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

            Jeg’s Superquick series would invade Kil-Kare Saturday for the Kil-Kare stop on the Div. 3 tour. In Super Pro we would see Ryan Burba dialing a 4.97 to the 4.56 of Glen Yancy. Burba would leave the tree with a .0057 light, and would take the win with a 4.970. Next would be Bruce Gaier dialing a 4.62 to the 5.44 of Brent Angles. Gaier would get the advantage at the tree with a .0156, along with a 4.626 pass for the win light. Next would be William Stacy dialing a 5.14 to the 5.94 of Andy McConnaughey. Stacey would leave with a.0137 light and would take the win with a 5.156 pass.
            Semifinal action would see Burba dialing 4.97 to the 4.62 of Gaier. Burba was strong at the tree with a .0194, and would take the win with a 4.979. Stacey would have the bye to the finals.
            Curfew would fall prior to the completion of Super Pro finals resulting in a Split.
            In Pro quarterfinals it would be James Sanders dialing a 6.95 to the 6.92 of Edmond Ellison. Sanders would cut a .0002 and would take the breakout win with a 6.972. Next would be Mark Griffith dialing a 6.53 to the 6.54 of Bob Templin. Griffith would be faster off the line with a .0276, along with a 6.546 pass to the next round. The final pair for the round would be Steven Collier dialing a 7.39 to the 6.51 of Tonya Tyree. Tyree would leave with a .0212, but it would be Collier on the win light with a 7.436.
            In the semis we would see Griffith dialing a 6.53 to the 6.95 of Sanders. Griffith would be better at the tree with a .0077, running 6.535 for the win light. Collier would have the bye to the finals.
            In the finals Collier would dial a 7.40 to the 6.52 of Griffith. Griffith would go red making Collier the winner.
            In Sportsman quarterfinals it would be Brian Cripps dialing a 13.73 to the 14.72 of Pete Carroll. Cripps would be better off the tree with a .0391 and would take the win with a 13.833. Next would be Sam Bunch dialing a 12.26 to the 12.20 of Howard Ledford. Bunch would take the light with a .0535 and would take the win with a 12.26. The last pair for the round would be Steven Collier dialing a12.00 to the 12.98 of Rick Gladman. Gladman would go red moving Collier to the next round.
            In the semis it would be Sam Bunch dialing a 12.24 to the 13.76 of Cripps. Cripps would go red moving Bunch to the finals to face bye runner Steven Collier.
In the finals Collier would dial a 12.00 to the 12.24 of Bunch. Bunch would hit a .0074 light along with a 12.205 for the double breakout win.
            In Buckminn’s D&D Harley Davidson Pro Bike Quarterfinals we would see Bob Nugent dialing a 9.85  to the 9.49 of Brian Emory.  Emory would go red moving Nugent to the semis. Next would be Darrell Carmichael dialing an 8.86 to the 10.06 of Roger Wilhelm Jr. Wilhelm would leave early moving Carmichael to the semis. Next would be Kevin Hoskins dialing a 9.14 to the 8.86 of Burt Exman. Exman would cut the better light with a .0206, but it would be Hoskins with a 9.207 for the win. The last pair for the round would be Michael Nugent dialing a 9.70 to the 10.07 of Jessie Sowers. Nugent would cut a .0240 light and would take the win with a 9.731.
            In the semis it would be Carmichael dialing an 8.92 to the 9.14 of Hoskins. Carmichael would cut a .0119 light and would take the breakout win with an 8.933 pass. Next would be a pair of Nugents. Michael would dial a 9.71 to the 9.85 of Bob. Michael would get the better light with a .0290, and would take the breakout win with a 9.735 pass to the finals.
            In the finals we would see Nugent dialing a 9.73 to the 8.92 of Carmichael. Carmichael would cut a .0027 light, but Nugent would run closer with a 9.756 for the win!.