Kil-Kare Raceway
1166 Dayton-Xenia Rd.
Xenia, Ohio 45385
www.Kilkare.com

Neptune, Beyer, Layton, Allen,
Beavers, Knight, and Kelly take Super Saturday Wins!

 

            Over 200 cars showed for first round of eliminations for Super Saturday at Kil-Kare Raceway. This week’s Rapid Mortgage Best Package awards went to JR Lockhart
(Super Pro), and Jason Ford (Pro).
In the Super Pro quarterfinals it would be Dave Caplinger dialing a 6.48 to the 6.01 of Nathan Baker. Baker would go red moving Caplinger to the semis. Next would Mike Neptune dialing a 6.49 to the 5.22 of Brent Angles. Neptune would have the better light with a .004 and would take the win light with a 6.491. Bye runner Greg Kain would limp his dragster down the track, but unfortunately could not make the call for the semis due to breakage.
In the Finals we would see Neptune dialing a 6.49 to the 6.51 of Caplinger. Neptune would be better on the tree with a .022 and would take the double breakout win with a 6.489.
In the Pro Class quarterfinals we would see Jason Ford dialing a 6.42 to the 7.38 of Mike Haines. Haines would get the better reaction with  a .050, but it would be Ford with the win light on a 6.45 pass. Next would be Ed Beyer dialing a 5.74 to the 7.86 of Danny Smart. Beyer would get the better light with a .022 and would take the win with a 5.779 pass. Next would be Wayne Adams dialing a 5.74 to the 6.54 of Joe Barney. Adams would get the better light with a .003 and would take the win light with a 5.747. Edmond Ellison would have the bye to the semis.
In the semis we would see Beyer dialing a 5.74 to the 6.82 of Ellison. Ellison would go red moving Beyer to the finals. Next would be Adams dialing a 5.74 to the 6.42 of Ford. Ford would go red moving Adams to the finals.
In the finals we would see Beyer and Adams dialing 5.74 for a heads up race. Adams would turn on the red light making Ed Beyer the Pro Class winner.
In the Sportsman Class quarterfinals we would see Steve Collier dialing a 17.27 to the 13.50 of Doug Thompson. Thompson would go red moving Collier to the next round. Next would be Troy Layton dialing a 13.31 to the 12.00 of Sam Bunch. Layton would cut the better light with a .003 and would take the win light with a 13.318. Next would be Rick Gladman dialing a 13.20 to the 12.10 of Charles Picklesimer. Gladman would have the better light with a .083, and would take the win light with a 13.254. The last pair for the round would be Joe Barney dialing a 12.24 to the 15.70 of Joe Cloran Jr. Barney would cut a .003 for the better light and would take the win with a 12.305 pass.
In the semis we would see Gladman dialing a 13.18 to the 17.24 of Collier. Collier would go .008 on the tree, but it would be Gladman with the breakout win with a 13.184. Next would be Troy Layton dialing a 13.30 to the 12.26 of Barney. Barney would have the better light with a .041 but it would be Layton with the win light on a 13.296 for the double breakout win.
In the finals it would be Layton dialing a 13.29 to the 13.18 of Gladman. Layton would cut the better light with a .114 and would take the double breakout win with a 13.283.
Next would be the Buckminn’s D&D Harley Davidson Pro Bike division we would see Burt Exman dialing an 8.82 to the 9.05 of Kevin Hoskins. Hoskins would go red moving Exman to the next round. The next pair up would be Steve Withem dialing a 10.85 to the 8.48 of Bradley Shellhaas. Shellhaas would cut the better light with a .006 but it would be Withem with the double breakout win on a 10.845 ride. Next would be Kevin Allen dialing a 9.19 to the 10.07 of Jesse Sowers. Sowers would cut a .003 for the better light, but it would be Allen with the win light on a 9.173 pass.
In the semis it would be Withem dialing a 10.84 to the 8.78 of Exman. Withem cut a .006 light for the advantage, and would take it all the way to the win light with a 10.833 double breakout win. Kevin Allen would have the bye run to the finals.
In the finals we would see Allen dialing a 9.16 to the 10.82 of Withem. Allen would cut a .005 for the better light and would take the breakout win with a 9.169 ride.
In the Junior Dragster 13 & Up class we would see Brianna Kelly dial a 7.98 to the 7.93 of Mikah Miller. Mikah would go red moving Kelly to the next round. Next would be Brooke Adams dialing a 7.92 to the 7.90 of Paige Vance. Adams would cut the better light with a .045, and would take the breakout win with a 7.926 pass. Kay Crum would be on the bye to the semis.
In the semis Crum dialing a 7.98 to the 7.93 of Adams. Crum would cut a .000 light and would take the win with a 7.988 pass. Kelly would be on the bye to the finals.
In the finals it would be Kelly dialing a 7.95 to the 7.96 of Crum. Crum would go red making Brianna Kelly the 13 -17 winner.
In the 10-12 class we would see Kyle Beavers dialing a 9.08 to the 8.90 of Taylor Thompson. Beavers would cut a .097 light and would take the win with a  9.360 pass. Next would be Shelby Stacy dialing a 9.12 to the 8.95 of Jacob Castle. Castle would go red moving Stacy to the semis. Next would be Hunter Hughes dialing an 8.91 to the 9.15 of Logan Back. Hughes would cut a .050 for the better light and would take the win with an 8.930. Emily Crum would be on the bye run into the semis. In the semis we would see Beavers dial a 9.07 to the 9.18 of Stacy. Stacy would go red moving Beavers to the finals. Next would be Hughes dialing an 8.91 to the 9.00 of Crum. Hughes would cut a .094 light and would take the win with an 8.941 pass.
In the finals Beavers would dial a 9.03 to the 8.91 of Hughes. Hughes cut a .102
light but it would be Beavers on the breakout win with a 9.063.
            in the 8-9 Class finals we would see Justin Knight dialing a 12.90 to the 13.10 of Logan Back. Knight would cut a .016 and would take the win with a 12.960 pass.