May 29, 2004 Results

Pevely, MO (May 29, 2004) Justin Allgaier of Riverton, IL put on a dominating performance as he swept the action in the U.M.P. (United Midwestern Promoters) Late Model division. Allgaier, who started front row pole of the main event by virtue of his earlier wins in his qualifying heat and dash, led all twenty-five laps and lapped all but top five finishers. After the event, Allgaier dedicated the win to his grandfather who is battling cancer. It is a big weekend for Allgaier, who is set to graduate from high school on Sunday, May 30th.

Current track point leader Ed Dixon had a mechanical problem coming out of turn 4 on the opening lap and Tim Rataczyk drove over Dixon left rear. Dixon's night was over early and Ratajczyk would only last a couple of laps on the restart before dropping out of the event. Outside front row starter Kyle Steffen climbed the wall in turn 1-2 on on the opening lap and narrowly escaped from getting upside down. Steve Shive also his the wall on the front stretch on the opening lap and came to a stop going into turn one. Steffens was able to restart the event and brought home a second place finish. Mark Oller battled with Steffens for the final ten laps but could not make the pass and settled for third. Jeff Johns continued his steady pace with yet another top five finish and he held off Mark Voigt for fourth. Voigt, who started eleventh rounded out the top five.

Brian Wolfmeier hit the wall head on coming out of turn four on lap eight. He was OK but the car suffered heavy damage.

Scott Weber of Festus, MO brought his broom with him as well and he swept the action in the U.M.P. Modified division. Weber led all twenty laps of the main event but had to hold off the hard charging Mark Miner at the end to earn the victory. Modified point leader Bobby Bittle worked through traffic to earn the third spot. Ray Wagner, making only his second visit of the season to I-55 Raceway took the fourth spot and Doug Wood rounded out the top five.

Chris Soutiea earned the Missouri/Illinois Dodge Dealers Hard Charger Award. Soutiea started twenty-third in the main event after trouble in hotlaps forced him to miss his qualifying heat. Soutiea worked his way up through the field to finish thirteenth.

Paul Belken ended Ricky Horton's winning streak in the A.A.R.A. Sportsman division at three. Belken had to hold off Horton for the entire fifteen laps to pick up the win. Horton settled for second as he couldn't complete the sweep. Horton's win in the dash earned him the G&M Steel Dash for Cash $100 prize. Bobby Prince fought his way to the third spot in the feature with Paul Bauman and Ron Imm, Jr. rounding out the top five.

Pat Brewer took the victory in the A.A.R.A. Pro 4 Stock division. Brewer took the lead in the last turn of the last lap as he moved past Dave Heinrichs who lost a tire going into the final turn. Homer Mooney took second, Jim McCumminsky was third, Steven Ide fourth and Gary Price fifth.

U.M.P. Modifieds - 24 Entries
Heat 1:
1. 9W Doug Wood
2. 59 Rich Whaley
3. 7 Mark Miner
4. 44 Mark Stanfill

Heat 2:
1. 4J Scott Weber
2. C6 Ray Wagner
3. 89 Bobby Bittle
4. 166 Brian Worley

Heat 3:
1. 45M Eric Mabery
2. 95 Jerry Grither
3. 1W Ray Walsh
4. 99 Brian Wolfmeier

Dash:
1. 4J Scott Weber
2. 9W Doug Wood
3. 45M Eric Mabery
4. 95 Jerry Grither

Feature:
1. 4J Scott Weber (1)
2. 7 Mark Miner (6)
3. 89 Bobby Bittle (7)
4. C6 Ray Wagner (9)
5. 9W Doug Wood (2)
6. 99 Brian Wolfmeier (12)
7. 59 Rich Whaley (8)
8. 166 Brian Worley (11)
9. 12 Tom Ratajczyk (17)
10. 1W Ray Walsh (5)
11. 21 Dennis Richards (19)
12. 29 Jeff LeBaube (14)
13. C4 Chris Soutiea (23)
14. 7Z Matt Zimmerly (18)
15. 20 Dan Zander (16)
16. 46 Dave Wibbenmeyer (21)
17. 8X James Reed (15)
18. 13D Dan Walters (22)
19. 44H Ken Huber (20)
20. 95 Jerry Grither (4)
21. 87 Gary Haynes (13)
22. 45M Eric Mabery (3)
23. 44 Mark Stanfill (10)
DNS. 22X Clint Eckenrodt

U.M.P. Late Models - 19 Entries
Heat 1:
1. 1A Justin Allgaier
2. 77 Clay Baumann
3. 112 Tim Ratajczyk
4. 44 Dean Motsinger

Heat 2:
1. 50 Ed Dixon
2. 8 Kyle Steffens
3. 67 Mark Oller
4. 51 Steve Shive

Dash:
1. 1A Justin Allgaier
2. 8 Kyle Steffens
3. 50 Ed Dixon
4. 77 Clay Baumann

Feature:
1. 1A Justin Allgaier (1)
2. 8 Kyle Steffens (2)
3. 67 Mark Oller (6)
4. 95 Jeff Johns (7)
5. 30 Mark Voigt (11)
6. 47 Danny Haynes (17)
7. 44 Dean Motsinger (9)
8. 77 Clay Baumann (4)
9. 10 Andy Pryor (12)
10. 42 John Lansford (14)
11. 28 Don Klein (15)
12. 2J Dave Jumper (10)
13. 22 Darrel Moser (19)
14. 76 Butch Kruckeberg (16)
15. 441 Brian Wolfmeier (13)
16. 23 Brian Garner (18)
17. 112 Tim Ratajczyk (5)
18. 51 Steve Shive (8)
19. 50 Ed Dixon (3)

A.A.R.A. Sportsman - 24 Entries
Heat 1:
1. 31 Ricky Horton
2. 24 Paul Bauman
3. 3P Bobby Prince
4. 00 Scott Stuppy

Heat 2:
1. 75 Ron Imm, Jr.
2. 22 Eric Rudd
3. 28 Sam Worley
4. 64 Jim Smith

Heat 3:
1. 46 Paul Belken
2. 36 Bob Schmidt
3. 30 Mike Nicholson
4. 66 Darren Holland

Dash:
1. 31 Ricky Horton
2. 46 Paul Belken
3. 24 Paul Bauman
4. 75 Ron Imm, Jr.

Feature:
1. 46 Paul Belken
2. 31 Ricky Horton
3. 3P Bobby Prince
4. 24 Paul Bauman
5. 75 Ron Imm, Jr.
6. 36 Bob Schmidt
7. 00 Scott Stuppy
8. 64 Jim Smith
9. 8 Ed Lowry
10. 18 Buddy Lowry
11. 30 Mike Nicholson
12. 105 Matt Hancock
13. 66 Darren Holland
14. 22 Eric Rudd
15. 28 Sam Worley
16. D40 Ed DeMille
17. 69 Mark Hunter
18. 97 John Goodson
19. 911 Christian Doggendorf
20. 71 David Bardin
21. 21 Brad McKinnon
22. 92 Jim Abshier
DNS. 12 Troy Naeger
DNS. 26 Gary Wilson

A.A.R.A. Pro 4 Stocks - 14 Entries
Heat 1:
1. 21 Dave Heinrichs
2. 8 Pat Brewer
3. 188 Gary Price
4. 10 Homer Mooney

Heat 2:
1. 31 Jim McCumminsky
2. 19 Steven Ide
3. 41 Roger Ernst
4. 32 Larry Kirkpatrick

Feature:
1. 8 Pat Brewer
2. 10 Homer Mooney
3. 31 Jim McCumminsky
4. 19 Steven Ide
5. 188 Gary Price
6. 88 Scott Price
7. 32 Larry Kirkpatrick
8. 77 Ron Lyons
9. 01 Robert Denny
10. 41 Roger Ernst
11. 21 Dave Heinrichs
12. 343 Butch Hartman
DNS. 4 Joel Potter
DNS. 28 Scott Geary

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