Marshalltown, Iowa (September 21st, 2013) – As the season came to an end at the Marshalltown Speedway on Saturday night the race fans were left in awe and awaiting the 2014 version of the World Nationals. A record 219 teams jammed into the pit area and thrilled the great racing fans all night long.

Pat Fagen led the first lap in the Karl Chevrolet Dirt Truck feature event but it was Bret Moyer taking the nod by lap three. Moyer slipped up on lap four and that allowed Fagen to get by just before the caution waived. On the restart, Moyer got by Fagen for the lead and never looked back despite a pair of cautions on lap five. Moyer took the win and the Dirt Truck Series Championship, Fagen came home second, Rick Clark was third, Paul Nagle, driving a Old Bugs Vincent truck came home fourth and Bryan Nevins Sr was fifth.

Before a single lap was completed in the IMCA Hobby Stock feature the caution waived for debris in turn four after several cars got together on the start. Austin Luellen jumped to the lead and the only thing that slowed him down was a caution on lap seven and then again on 11. Luellen took the win over last night’s winner Jamie Songer, John Watson, Eric Stanton and Bill Bonnett.

Geoff Olson and Matt Lettow started on the front row in the Karl Chevrolet IMCA SportModfeature. Olson led the first 12 laps but as he started to encounter lap traffic that allowed Tony Dunker, who was able to get by Lettow for the second spot to take over the lead. Dunker and Olson battled it out but then the caution came out on lap 17 giving Dunker clean air. Dunker held off challenges from Olson, Lettow and in the end Doug Smith to take the win. Smith came home in second after starting eleventh, Lettow finished third, Geoff Olson fourth, and the previous night’s winner Carter VanDenBerg was fifth.

The IMCA Stock Cars feature lived up to their name of the Class to Tough Tame as they ran 20 laps green-to-checkered. There was exciting all thru the field but eyes kept going back to the battle for the lead. Damon Murty grabbed the top spot early but Beatrice, Nebraska’s Kyle Vanover got by Jordan Grabouski for second before setting his sights on getting the lead from Murty on lap six. Murty and Vanover battled it out until the end, but it was Vanover cashing in the $1,000 payday. Murty, Green Bay’s John Heinz, Donavon Smith and Andy Altenburg round out the top five.

The final feature of the night was the World Nationals 50 lap Modified feature presented by PBM, Erson, and World Products. This feature did not disappoint as there was great three and four wide racing all thru the field. Adam Larson and Jacob Murray battled hard for the lead. Adam Larson would lead the first two laps before the caution waived when Richie Gustin came to a stop on the backstretch. Murray was able to get by Larson for the lead on lap nine as the two cars fought door to door just inches apart. Larson grabbed it back on lap 13 before they swapped the lead two more times before the second caution on lap 16. Murray then checked away as there was a fierce battle between five cars for the second spot. Jeremy Mills started tenth and worked his way to a runner up finish only to break a J-bar on the last lap. Darin Duffy came out of a last chance heat and started 14th to finish third, Brian Mullen of Seymour, WI finished in fourth and Larson rounded of the top five.

Just before the start of the World Nationals fans were on the edge of their seat waiting to see who would take home the 2013 Larry Shaw rolling chassis. It was Pam Peterson of Johnston, IA with the winning ticket. The runner up won a 55” TV and that went home to Darrel Lehigh of Fisher, IL. The third ticket drawn was Josh Daniels of Des Moines and he was awarded four tickets to the 2014 World Nationals. A big thanks goes out to Larry Shaw, Performance Bodies, Bob Harris Enterprises, AFCO, Fast Shafts, BSB Manufactuing, Aero Wheels, Joe Gibbs Driven Oil, Chase Decals, Eibach, Millers Custom Powder Coating, and SCS Fabrication for making the rolling chassis possible. The additional money from ticket sales of gracious fans will see the Wounded Warrior Foundation receiving a check for $3,340.

Thanks to all the great sponsors helping out with the World Nationals: Kirchners Machine, Sput’s Racing Engines, Harvey’s Automotive Machine, Tony’s Machine, Mullins Racing Engines; Tim’s Automotive & Machine, Schmidt Machine, KS Engineering, Midstate Machine, Grawmonbecks Engine Rebuilding, Speedway Illustrated, Webster City Machine, Smith Engine & Machine, Karl Performance, Fagen Racing/Layne Transmissions, Mahle Motorsports, RaceQuip Safety Equipment, High Velocity Heads, World Products, PBM Perfomance Products/Erson Cams, Driven Racing Oil, Federal Mogul, Edelbrock, EQ Cylinder Heads and Heartland Auto Racing Show.

That wraps up all the racing action at Marshalltown Speedway for 2013 Season but the Annual Salute to Champions Banquet will be coming on November 1st, 2013. Then things will kick in to high gear on April 4th for the Annual Frostbuster as next year will mark 50 years of racing at the Marshalltown Speedway.

For additional information and to follow the season at the Marshalltown Speedway, log on at: http://www.marshalltownspeedway.com/, or follow Marshalltown Speedway on Facebook and Twitter, or call the speedway office at 515-432-4703.
Marshalltown Speedway Results
World Nationals Night #2
September 21st , 2013

World Nationals Modifieds
Last Chance Heat 1 : 1. Grabouski; 2. Auringer; 3. Cordes; 4. Smith; 5. Whitman; 6. 87 Joel Bushore (Boone); 7. 00 RM Van Pay (Denmark, WI); 8. 20W Shay Woods (Humeston); 9. 4G Kevin Goben (Sherrard, IL); 10. 41P Keith Pittman (Waterloo)
Last Chance Heat 2 : 1. Rothzen; 2. Gilman; 3. Beal; 4. Rohloff; 5. LaCrosse; 6. 98 Jason Snyder (Dunkerton); 7. K1 Kyle Krampe (Baxter); 8. 43S Scott Simatovich (State Center); 9. 505 Racer Hulin (Laurel); 10. 5M Matthew Meinecke (Madrid); DNS/11. 12C Kent Croskey (Polk City)
Last Chance Heat 3 : 1. Abelson; 2. O’Brien; 3. Shute; 4. Kile; 5. Werner; 6. 21CZ Tim Czarneski (Denmark, WI); 7. 92 Tyler Droste (Waterloo); 8. 93A Les McClenehan (Estevan, SK, Canada); 9. 14B Scott Bash (Windsor Heights); 10. 8X Scott Olson (Blairsburg)
Last Chance Heat 4 : 1.Duffy; 2. Havlik; 3. Carter; 4. Brown; 5. Chapman; 6. 74 Mark Noble (Blooming Prairie, MN); 7. 20L Zach Less (Hopkinton); 8. 21L Brad Lautenbach (New Franken, WI); 9. 12 Trenton Jackson (Marshalltown); DNS/10. 64V Vern Jackson (Waterloo)
Last Chance Heat 5 : 1. Lauritzen; 2. Wanninger; 3. Noteboom; 4. Pullen; 5. Docekal; 6. 27W Jason Wolla (Ray, ND); 7. 8H John Hansen (Brush, CO); 8. 2Z Tom Rawlins (Kellogg); DNS/9. 11 Beau Kaplan (Boone); DQ/10. 69X Jon Snyder (Ames)

B-Main (top 4 advance to A) : 1. Carter; 2. Cordes; 3. Beal; 4. Noteboom; 5. 54 Benji LaCrosse (Green Bay, WI); 6. 08 Johnny Whitman (DePere, WI); 7. 85 Dustin Smith (Lake City); 8. 5 Todd Shute (Des Moines); 9. 99R Brad Rohloff (Pulaski, WI); 10. 93 Matt Werner (Colona, IL); 11. 77 Kurt Kile (Nichols); 12. 21 David Brown (Kellogg); 13. 12D Joe Docekal (Dysart); 14. 1H3 Conner Pullen (Oronogo, MO); 15. 1 Dan Chapman (Clarence)

A Main : 1. 64 Jacob Murray (Hartford); 2. 10M Jeremy Mills (Garner); 3. 19D Darin Duffy (Urbana); 4. 72M Brian Mullen (Seymour, WI); 5. 2L Adam Larson (Ames); 6. 7N Jay Noteboom (Hinton); 7. 90K Shawn Kilgore (New Franken, WI); 8. 1X Chris Abelson (Sioux City); 9. 10K Ronn Lauritzen (Jesup); 10. 62 Hunter Marriott (Brookfield, MO); 11. 99M Mike Mullen (Seymour, WI); 12. 00J JD Auringer (Waterloo); 13. 19G Richie Gustin (Gilman); 14. 21K Kyle Brown (Kellogg); 15. 30 Jordan Grabouski (Beatrice, NE); 16. 83G Josh Gilman (Earlham); 18. 12J Justin O’Brien (West Union); 19. 21X Brandon Rothzen (Raritan, IL); 20. 10C Cayden Carter (Oskaloosa); 21. 20 Luke Wanninger (Minburn); 22. J41 Ryan Ruter (Kanawha); 23. 77B Joe Beal (Milan, IL); 24. 3Z Randy Havlik (Madrid)

IMCA Stock Cars
Heat 1 : 00 Andy Altenburg – 35 Donavon Smith – 25 Trent Murphy – 37C Roger Ciesielski – 76 Mike Galli
Heat 2 : 57 John Heinz – 32 Derek Green – 99D Damon Murty – 22K Kevin Rose – 47 Scott Pippert
Heat 3 : 30 Jordan Grabouski – 1330 Justin Jacobson – 26 Brian Irvine – 94 Steve Meyer – 271 Randy Brands
Heat 4 : 19 Kyle Vanover – 19J Jay Schmidt – 21 Eric Rempel – 14A Chris Adams – 7C Blake Cole

B-Feature 1 (top 2 transfer) : 1.Damme; 2. Matthias; 3. 17R Derek Reimer (Marshalltown); 4. 50X Kevin Balmer (Garwin); 5. 6X Bob Ahrendsen (Cedar Rapids); 6. 55 Dave Mehmen (Baxter); 6. 042 Doug Russell (Conrad); 8. 76XX Chad Siem (Shellsburg); 9. 60 Jason Purvis (Boone)

B-Feature 2 (top 2 transfer) : 1. Schuenemann; 2. Holtz; 3. 22S Lonnie Hodges (Boone); 4. 57X Keith Kuder (Rosedale); 5. 11 Jesse Brown (Nashua); 6. 21K JD Kennedy (Ackley); 7. 54 Robbie Merkle (Des Moines); DNS/8. 94C Corey Stout (Oskaloosa)

Feature : 1. 19 Kyle Vanover (Beatrice, NE); 2. 99D Damon Murty (Chelsea); 3. 57 John Heinz (Green Bay, WI); 4. 35 Donavon Smith (Lake City); 5. 25 Trent Murphy (Jefferson); 6. 00 Andy Altenburg (Truman, MN); 7. 26 Brian Irvine (Oelwein); 8. 30 Jordan Grabouski (Beatrice, NE); 9. 1330 Justin Jacbobson (Green Bay, WI); 10. 94 Steve Meyer (Grundy Center); 11. 22K Kevin Rose (Waterloo); 12. 32 Derek Green (Granada, MN); 13. 21 Eric Rempel (Palmyra, NE); 14. 271 Randy Brands (Boyden); 15. 47 Scott Pippert (Elberon); 16. 37C Roger Ciesielski (Waterloo); 17. 7H Phil Holtz (Manchester); 18. 7C Blake Cole (Nashua); 19. 76 Mike Galli (Urbana); 20. 87A Aaron Matthias (Fairbank); 21. 96 Mark Schuenemann (Boulder Junction, WI); 22. 4JR Russell Damme Jr. (Waterloo); 23. 14A Chris Adams (McIntire); 24. 19J Jay Schmidt (Tama)

IMCA SportMods
Heat 1 : 3 Tony Dunker – 12 Doug Smith
Heat 2 : 21L Matt Lettow – 05 Paul Nagle
Heat 3 : 26J Joel Rust – 24B Brandon Brinton
Heat 4 : 72 Brett Lowry – 777 Jayme Duinink
Heat 5 : 23K Ben Kates – GT1 Brian Efkamp
Heat 6 : 2G Geoff Olson – 69JR Johnathan Logue

B-Feature 1 (top 4 transfer) : 1. VanDenBerg; 2. Rose; 3. Dauphinais; 4. Peterson; 5. 23JR Nick Roberts (Des Moines); 6. 14X Austin Schrage (Cresco); 7. 09B Kevin Bethke (Neenah, WI); 8. 75 Justin Medler (Minot, ND); 9. 57R Ryan King (Marshalltown); 10. 66 Levi Chipp (Latimer); 11. 13T Taylor Musselman (Norwalk); 12. 49X Brandon Smith (Waterloo); 13. 22T Tyler Tesch (Lennox, SD)

B-Feature 2 (top 4 transfer) : 1. Wieben; 2. Hurst; 3. Anderson; 4. Kraus; 5. 4 Ryan Maitland (Waterloo); 6. 67X Brandon Williams (Des Moines); 7. 50X Darik Fox (Norfolk, NE); 8. 19G Gatlin Leytham (Garwin); 9. T17 Mike Smith (Flippin, AR); 10. P7 Tim Current (Bernard); 11. 99B Jim Bonschmit (Clemons); DNS/12. 59 Tara Longnecker (Woodward)

B-Feature 3 (top 4 transfer) : 1. Schultz; 2. Iverson; 3. Albers; 4. McDonald; 5. 0P Hunter Parsons (Green Bay, WI); 6. 43 Creston Williams (Atkins); 7. CH19 Colby Heishman (Brooklyn); 8. 49 Nate Whitehurst (Mason City); 9. 87 Aric Becker (Cedar Rapids); 10. 8 Tom Lathrop (Ottumwa); 11. 2 Nick Meyer (Whittemore); 12. 13TX Mike Timm (Mingo)

B-Feature 4 (top 2 transfer) : 1. Rust; 2. Rose; 3. 0P Hunter Parsons (Green Bay, WI); 4. 02A Coty Albers (Wellsburg); 5. 87 Aric Becker (Cedar Rapids); 6. 13TX Mike Timm (Mingo); 7. 7V Shawn Hunter (Zearing); 8. 8 Tom Lathrop (Ottumwa); 9. 99B Jim Bonschmit (Clemons); 10. 24B Brandon Brinton (Nevada)

Feature : 1. 3 Tony Dunker (Quincy, IL): 2. 12 Doug Smith (Lake City); 3. 21L Matt Lettow (Roland); 4. 2G Geoff Olson (West Des Moines); 5. 7 Carter VanDenBerg (Oskaloosa); 6. 72 Brett Lowry (Montezuma); 7. 26J Joel Rust (Grundy Center); 8. 777 Jayme Duinink (Pella); 9. 198 Sam Wieben (Dysart); 10. GT1 Brian Efkamp (Ankeny); 11. 24B Brandon Brinton (Nevada); 12. 86 Cory Rose (Boone); 13. 11X Jon Schultz (Waunakee, WI); 14. 69JR Johnathan Logue (Boone); 15. 02A Coty Albers (Wellsburg); 16. 339 Kevin Hurst (Janesville); 17. 65 Mike Dauphinais (Green Bay, WI); 18. 86U Rod McDonald (Manchester); 19. 6 Ben Kraus (Ossian); 20. 9A Logan Anderson (Oskaloosa); 21. 25 Travis Peterson (Gladbrook); 22. 23K Ben Kates (Tonganoxie, KS); 23. 8B Brad Iverson (Grinnell); 24. 05 Paul Nagle (Nevada)

IMCA Hobby Stocks
Heat 1 : 3A Austin Luellen – 78B Andrew Burg – T56 Tim Barber – 66T Troy Phillips – 51 Nate Bonin
Heat 2 : 7B Eric Stanton – 500 Garrett Eilander – 19 Bill Bonnett – 56 Ty Griffith – 4X Gary Pfantz
Heat 3 : 07 Jacob Keiser – 19D Dustin Elliott – 79S Jason See – 166 Justin Lichty – 46J Jesse Hopkins
Heat 4 : 2013 Jamie Songer -4W John Watson – 3X Scott Durlin – 17J Josh Fredrickson – 42 Riley Songer

B-Feature (top 4 transfer) : 1. Udelhoven; 2. Irvine; 3. Lynch; 4. Byely; 5. 88 CJ Dall (Marshalltown); 6. 05 Jason Cox (Maxwell); 7. 10D Brian Derry (Boone); 8. 21J Jonathan Juett (Belle Plaine); 9. 7 Dustin Graham (Boone); 10. 44 Mike Anderson (Melbourne); 11. 55 Keith Miner (Granger); 12. 224 August Bach (Newton)

Feature : 1. 3A Austin Luellen (Minburn); 2. 2013 Jamie Songer (Ankeny); 3. 4W John Watson (Des Moines); 4. 7B Eric Stanton (Hartford); 5. 19 Bill Bonnett (Knoxville); 6. 78B Andrew Burg (Adel); 7. 79 Benji Irvine (Oelwein); 8. 166 Justin Lichty (Waterloo); 9. 66T Troy Phillips (Prole); 10. 4X Gary Pfantz (State Center); 11. 3X Scott Durlin (State Center); 12. 500 Garrett Eilander (Newton); 13. T56 Tim Barber (Story City); 14. 5 Dustin Lynch (Ames); 15. 26 Brice Udelhoven (Newton); 16. 19D Dustin Elliott (Marshalltown); 17. 58B Randy Byely (Tipton); 18. 46J Jesse Hopkins (Ames); 19. 07 Jacob Keiser (Marengo); 20. 17J Josh Fredrickson (Des Moines); 21. 79S Jason See (Albia); 22. 42 Riley Songer (Lorimor); 23. 51 Nate Bonin (Iowa Falls); 24. 56 Ty Griffith (Webster City)

Karl Chevrolet Dirt Trucks
Heat 1 : 3 Carl Moyer – 25 Pat Fagen – 15 Allen Goving
Heat 2 : 98 Bret Moyer – 1SR Bryan Nevins Sr. – 24B Brandon Brinton

Feature : 1. 98 Bret Moyer (Polk City); 2. 25 Pat Fagen (Des Moines); 3. 7X Rick Clark (Des Moines); 4. 05 Paul Nagle (Nevada); 5. 1SR Bryan Nevins Sr. (Des Moines); 6. 3 Carl Moyer (Ankeny); 7. 2M Tony Moro (Polk City); 8. 21 Brad Moyer (Alleman); 9. 24B Brandon Brinton (Nevada); 10. 15 Allen Govig (Madrid); 11. 23 Carl Knight (Des Moines); 12. 28 Ed Nelson (Van Meter); 13. 9 Pat Gordon (Altoona)