Craig Schei Wins at Norway Speedway
Auto Value Bumper to Bumper Round II Pepsi Late Model Feature was led early on by 17 year old Reagan May, as she maneuvered around pole sitter Matt Frazer.
Bobby Rose moved up from his fourth starting position to take the lead away from May on lap eight. Rose pulled away from the field but Mark Schroeder had moved up from his sixth starting position to the second position and started to rope in the leader. Schroeder drove to the inside of Rose on lap 22, and took control of the lead on lap 23. Schoeder had a nice comfortable lead as Adam White and Craig Schei battled for the second position. As the end of the race grew closer, Schei and White began to reel in Schroeder as it became a three car battle for the thousand dollar first place prize. As Schroeder came across the line to lead lap 48, he slowed considerably and minor contact was made between him and the #8 of White as Craig Schei took full advantage scooting underneath and snatching the lead away with one lap remaining. Schei had climbed all the way from the twelfth starting position to lead the final lap winning the Auto Value Bumper to Bumper Round II thousand dollar prize the biggest race win for the #44 of Craig Schei. 2. #8 Adam White 3. #7 Mark Schroeder 4. #97 Jamie Iverson 5. #36 Tony Wells.
Jamie Iverson also captured the overall Pepsi Late Model Auto Value Bumper to Bumper Championship.
Auto Value Bumper to Bumper Round II Super Stock A Feature saw Mark Jenshak take the lead away from Tim Schultz about midway through the event. Jenshak took the win and the overall Auto Value Championship. 1. #39 Mark Jenshak 2. #24 Mark Bubloni 3. #4 Marcus Bubloni 4. #21 Jason Blohm 5. #40 Ron Jenshak
Chad Kay and Chris Dupuis battled for the lead of the DQ-Dog A main, each dreaming of winning their first ever A Feature. With a few laps remaining, Kay opened the inside lane up for Dupuis to get a nose under and take the lead. Unfortunately for Dupuis, his first A Feature win will have to wait another week as nobody could stop the 12 of Fran Berube as he raced from the back and won his fifth feature in 9 weeks 1. #12 Fran Berube 2. #19 Chris Dupuis 3. #11K Chad Kay 4. #25 Gerald Dugree jr 5. #41 Jim Stanchina
Greg Haese won the Pepsi Late Model last chance race, while Elliot Hess won the DQ-dog last chance race.
Fast qualifiers for the evening were Jamie Iverson in the Pepsi Late Model division, and Jim Stachowicz in the Super Stock Division.
Pepsi Late Model heat wins went to Mark Schroeder in the fast dash, Ken Bower in the first heat, Parker May in the second heat and Craig Schei started his exciting night with a win in the third heat.
Super Stock heat wins went to Marcus Bubloni in the fast dash, Bryce Cuggino in the first heat, and Aaron Novak won the second heat.
Cody Skog won the first DQ-Dog qualifying heat, while Tanner Kelly won the second heat.
Please join us at the Norway Speedway next week as the Island Resort and Casino present the 111 lap Stateline Challenge!