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Vanover wins twice at Septemberfest

September 25, 2018
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Kyle Vanover of Beatrice won the Stock Car A Feature both Friday night and Saturday night during Septemberfest at Beatrice Speedway.

Kyle Vanover of Beatrice was the only two time winner last weekend at Septemberfest.

It was the last event of the year at Beatrice Speedway and Vanover won both Stock Car A Features.

In the modified division, Thomas Berry of Medrord, Oregon was victorious Friday night while Kyle Olberding of Seneca, Kan. won Saturday night.

In the Hobby Stock division, Jesse VanLaningham of Beatrice won Friday night while Kent Husted of Sioux City, Iowa won Saturday night.

in the sports modified division, Lance Borgman of Beatrice won Friday night while Lee Horky of Fairbury took the checkered flag Saturday night.

In the sports compacts division, John Martinez of Beatrice won Friday night while Cole Krichau of Lincoln won Saturday.

Friday night

Sport Compacts

John Martinez and Nathan Wahlstrom led them out of turn four with Nick Lindblad and Shawn Hein right behind. Martinez and Wahlstrom battled for the lead and Denn Berghahn Jr. was in the third spot and Cole Krichau made his way up to the fourth spot.

Wahlstrom took the lead. It stays in that order until lap seven, coming out of turn four, Wahlstrom drifted high and Martinez took the lead and Berghahn Jr, took the second spot while Wahlstrom fell into the third spot. Martinez held off Berghahn Jr. for the win.

Hobby Stock

Ryan Gilland and Rowan Mason led them out of turn four with Brian Langdale, Dillon Richards and Tristan Grape right behind.

The cars got bunched up and in turn four, Richards got turned around and collected Jeff Watts and Grape so a caution came out for a total restart. Gilland and Mason led them out of turn four with Langdale, Kent Husted, Jeff Ware and Jesse VanLaningham right behind.

Gilland took the lead with Mason and VanLaningham right behind. Mason got high and VanLaningham took the second spot and going back into turn two, Gilland spiun which made VanLaningham the leader, but the caution came out.

On the restart, VanLaningham briought them out of turn four with Ware, Mason, and Husted behind. In turn three, Nick Beckman got tagged and went into the wall. The caution came out with 18 laps to go. On the restart, VanLaningham led them out of turn four with Ware right behind.

After a couple of laps, VanLaningham and Ware were about half a lap ahead of the field and Roy Armstrong took the third spot. Ware was right on VanLaningham’s bumper, but VanLaningham got the win.

Sport Mods

Dion Kovar and Justin Svoboda led them out of turn four with Josh Appel, Taylor Metz, Lance Borgman and Dillon Schultz right behind. Svoboda took the lead out of turn four.

The caution quickly came out four Travis Burger and Gary Saathoff as they spun in turn four. Svododa led them out of turn four with Kovar, Metz and Borgman right behind.

Metz took the second spot on the backstretch and on the next lap, the caution came out for RE Schouten when he spun. Svoboda led them out of turn four with Kovar, Metz and Borgman behind. Coming out of turn two, Metz took the second spot and Borgman followed and took the third spot.

On lap five, Rich Rohr took the fourth spot. It stayed in that order until 11 laps to go and the caution came out for Dillon Schultz when he spun in turn four.

On the restart, Svoboda led them out of turn four with Metz, Borgman and Rohr all behind and coming back around, Borgman took the lead. With three laps to go, coming out of turn two, Metz took the second spot and Borgman got the win.

Stock Car

Kyle Vanover led them out of turn four with Brandon Schmidt and Eric Rempel behind, but the caution quickly came out due to a poor start. On the restart, Vanover took the lead with Paul Burck and Dan Nelson behind.

Burck and Nelson battled for the lead and on the back stretch Nelson took the second spot. Burck and Schmidt battled for the second spot and on lap two, Schmidt took the third spot. On lap four, Rempel took the fourth spot.

On lap eight, the caution came out for Trevor Baker when he lost a tire. On the restart, Vanover led them out of turn two with Nelson. Schmidt and Burck right behind. Vanover got a nice lead over Nelson and got the win.

Mods

Thomas Berry and Robert Brinkman led them out of turn four with Dan Nelson and Justin Jurgens right behind. Brinkman took the lead with Berry right behind.

Brinkman led for the first five laps and coming out of turn four, Berry took the lead. Five laps later, Nelson took the second spot coming out of turn four. Grabouski then took the fourth spot. With 10 laps to go, Berry was still leading with Nelson in the second spot and Grabouski got around Brinkman for the third spot.

Two laps later, coming out of turn four, Grabouski got around Nelson for the second spot. The caution came out with seven laps to go for debris on the track. On the restart, Berry led them out of turn four with Grabouski and Nelson behind.

Berry built up a couple car-length led and Grabouski closed in and tried a slider to get around him but it doesn’t stick. A couple laps later Grabouski, tries it again, but couldn’t get around Berry and Berry got the win.

Saturday night

Sport Compact

Terry Tritt and Nick Snyder led them out of turn four with Parker Vollbrandt and Jeff Creek and Ramsey Meyer right behind. Meyer and Josh Young quickly moved up through the pack and coming out of turn four, Meyer took the lead with Young taking the second spot.

On the front stretch, a couple of cars got together and Creek spun. On the restart, Meyer led them out of turn four with Josh Young, Tritt, Nick Snyder and John Martinez right behind. Meyer quickly built up a several car-length lead and Young and Martinez battled for the second spot, but Young held him off.

With six laps to go, Meyer has built up a nice lead and he cuts down to the inside and hit the tractor tire, which caused his car to flip, so the red flag was thrown. He was OK. That moved Young to the lead and Martinez to the second spot.

On the restart, Young led them out of turn four with Martinez and Cole Krichau right behind. Martinez and Krichau got around Young and they battled for the lead for the next several laps and Drake Bohlmeyer then challenged Young for the third spot.

Martinez and Krichau battled for the lead and with one lap to go, Krichau took the lead and held Martinez off for the win.

Hobby Stock

Brendon Stigge and Kevin Vanlaningham led them out of turn four with Albert Kiine, Kent Husted, Ryan Gilland and Roy Armstrong all right behind.

Stigge, Vanlaningham and Husted all battled for the lead with Armstrong right behind them. They continued to battle for the lead around the track going three wide at times.

On lap two, Husted took the lead coming out of turn four with Stigge taking the second spot and Vanlaningham and Armstrong battled for the third spot. On lap three, Armstrong took the third spot and now Armstrong battled Stigge for the second spot. Armstrong got around Stigge for the second spot.

Husted continued to lead with Armstrong in the second spot, Stigge in the third spot and on lap five, Jesse Vanlaningham took the fourth spot. On lap eight, the caution came out for Tyler Jackson when he spun in turn three. On the restart, Husted led them out of turn four with Armstrong, Stigge, J. Vanlaningham, Gilland, K. Vanlaningham and Jeff Ware all behind.

On the next lap, the red flag was brought out for Nate Desive when he spun and went up and taged the wall which caused his car to roll. The driver was OK.

On the restart, Husted led them out of turn four with Armstrong, Stigge, J. Vanlaningham, Gilland and Ware all right behind. Ware quickly got around J. Vanlaningham and Stigge and took the third spot.

Ware moved up to try and take the second spot from Armstrong but Armstrong held him off. Husted built up a nice lead and got the win.

Stock Cars

Austin Brauner and Dan Nelson led them out of turn four with Eric Rempel and Kenny Ziegler behind. Brauner and Nelson battled for the lead for the next couple of laps and on lap four, Nelson took the lead with a three way battle between Rempel, Schmidt and Kyle Vanover for the third through fifth spots.

On the same lap, coming out of turn two, Vanover took the second spot. Nelson led for the next couple of laps and on lap seven, Vanover took the lead and on the next lap the caution came out for Trevor Baker and Fred Desive when they spin.

Vanover led them out of turn four with Nelson, Rempel, Brauner and Luke Ramsey right behind. With 10 laps to go, Rempel and Ramsey battled for the third spot and Ramsey got around Rempel for the third spot.

With eight laps to go, Ramsey got around Nelson for the second spot. Vanover had built up a nice lead with Ramsey in the second spot and Nelson in the third spot, but on the last lap, Nelson got around Ramsey for the second spot and Vanover got the win.

Sport Mods

Arie Schouten and Lee Horky led them out of turn four with Matt Andrews, Zach Nitsch, Taylor Metz and Dillon Schultz right behind. Horky quickly took the lead while Nitsch and Schouten battled for the second spot.

Nitsch took the second spot. On lap five, the caution flag came out for Josh Pfeifer. Horky led them out of turn four with Nitsch and Schultz behind. Schultz took the lead, but on the next lap the caution came out for Lance Borgman and Josh Appel. Schultz led them out of turn four with Horky, Andrews and Metz behind.

Horky took the lead and Metz and Andrews followed and took second and third sport while Andrews and Schultz battled for the third spot.

Horky continued to lead with Metz in the second spot and with five laps to go, Andrews took the third spot. Horky held off Metz for the win.

Mods

Shane Hiatt and Kyle Olberding led them out of turn four and coming out of turn two, Olberding took the lead with Hiatt in the second spot and Justin Jurgens, Dan Nelson and Bob Zoubek behind.

It stayed in that order until the caution came out for Tracy Harr, Anthony Tanner and Miles Tomlinson when they spun in turn three. On the restart, Olberding led them out of turn four with Hiatt, Jurgens and Nelson all behind.

It stayed in that order until lap nine when the caution came out for Jesse Sobbing. On the restart, Olberding led them out of turn four with Hiatt, Jurgens, Nelson and Jordan Grabouski right behind and with seven laps to go, Grabouski got around Nelson for the fourth spot.

On the last lap, coming to the checkers, Hiatt tried to get around Olberding, but Olberding was able to edge him out.

For full results, see Wednesday’s Daily Sun

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