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

 

August Super Saturday would bring 200 vehicles to stage for first round of Competition. In the Super Pro Quarterfinals we would see Jason Farquer dialing a 5.33 to the 5.40 of Tim Klopfenstein. Farquer would have the better light with a .0135, and would take the win light with a 5.355 pass. Next would be Jimmy Halverstadt dialing a 4.89 to the 5.87 of Dean Howard. Halverstadt would cut the better light with a .0362, and would take the win with a 4.899 pass. Next would be Boomer Ellison dialing a 4.86 to the 4.99 of Double entered Klopfenstein. Ellison would hammer the tree with a .0075, and would take the win with a 4.878. The last pair for the round would be JR Lockhart dialing a 5.01 to the 6.52 of Erica Barney. Barney would go red moving Lockhart to the semis.
            In the semis we would see Halverstadt dialing a 4.89 to the 4.86 of Ellison. Ellison would go red moving Halverstadt to the finals. Next would be Lockhart and Farquer. Farquer would go red moving Lockhart to the finals.
            In the finals we would see Lockhart dialing a 5.02 to the 4.89 of Halverstadt. Lockhart would cut a .0066 light and would take the win with a 5.031 pass.
            In the Pro quarterfinals we would see Rusty Thompson dialing a 7.28 to the 6.53 of Kevin Bishop. Thompson would cut a .0130 light and would take the win with a 7.339 pass. Next would be Steven Collier dialing a 7.43 to the 6.50 of J Logan. Collier would come off the line with a .0161 light and would take the win with a 7.457. Next would be G Savage dialing a 6.62 to the 6.09 of Steve Collier. Savage would have the better light with a .0155, and would take the win with a 6.640 pass. Doug Thompson would have the bye run to the semis.
            In the semis we would see Doug Thompson dialing an 8.86 to the 6.61 of Savage. Thompson would cut a .0173 light and would take the win with an 8.874. Next would be Collier dialing a 7.43 to the 7.28 of Rusty Thompson. Collier would get a .0051 light and would take the win with a 7.464 pass.
            In the finals we would see Thompson dialing an 8.85 to the 7.40 of Collier. Collier would be better on the tree with a  .0377, but it would be Thompson running 8.854 for the win.
            In Sportsman quarterfinals we would see Steven Layton dialing a 13.35 to the 12.71 of Dale Buck. Layton would cut a .0489 light and would take the breakout win with a 13.361. Next would be Troy Layton dialing a 13.49 to the 12.49 of Danny Smart. Layton would cut the better light with a .0166, and would take the in with a 13.540.R Collier would be next with a 12.80 dial against D Bishop dialing a13.65. Collier would cut a .0384 light and would take the win with a 12.843 pass.
            In the semis we would see S Layton dialing a 13.34 to the 12.79 of Collier. Collier would go red moving Steven to finals to race his father Troy who had the bye.
            In the all Layton finals we would see Steven dialing a 13.30 to the 13.43 of Troy. Troy would have the better light with a .0565, but Steven would take the big end with a 13.369 pass for the win!
            In the Buckminn’s D&D Harley Davidson Pro Bike quarterfinals it would be Michael Nugent dialing a 9.83 to the 9.48 of Jeremy England. Nugent would cut a .0070 light and would take the win with a 9.871 ride. Next would be Larry hunter dialing a 9.25 to the 8.88 of Darrell Carmichael. Hunter would have the better light with a.0253, and would take the win with a 9.294. The last pair for the round would be Burt Exman dialing an 8.88 to the 8.90 of Scott Sheppeard. Sheppeard would go red moving Exman to the semis.
            In the Semis we would see nugent dialing a 9.85 to the 8.88 of Exman. Nugent would cut a .0096 light and would take the breakout win with a 9.862. Hunter would have the bye to the finals.
            In the finals we would see Hunter dialing a 9.24 to the 9.84 of Nugent. Nugent would go red by .0003, making Hunter the Winner.
            In the Junior Dragster 8-9 class we would see Lindsey Back dialing a 12.90 to the 13.43 of Jayden Mitchell. Mitchell would go red making Back the class winner.
            In the Junior Dragster 10-12 class it would be Hunter Hughes dialing a 9.02 to the 8.90 of Jacob Castle. Hughes would cut a .0470 light and would take the win with a 9.030 pass. Next would be Shelby Stacy dialing an 8.98 to the 8.96 of Logan Back. Logan would go red moving Stacey to the next round. Next would be Kyle Beavers dialing 8.90 to the 10.16 of Gauge Stultz. Beavers would cut a .0726 light and would take the win with an 8.981 pass. J Oiler would have the bye run to the semis.
            In the semis we would see Hughes dialing a 9.01 to the 9.02 of Oiler. Hughes would have the better light with a .0434, and would take the win with a 9.104. Next would be Stacey dialing an 8.96 to the 8.90 of Beavers. Stacey would cut a .0031 light and would take the win with an 8.999 pass.
            In the finals we would see Hughes dialing a  9.02 to the 8.97 of Stacey. Stacey would cut a .0097 light, but it would be Hughes on the win light with a 9.085 pass.
            In the 13 – 17 quarterfinals we would see Caleb Ellison dial a 7.90 to the 8.77 of Brittany Gilmore. Ellison would cut a .0518 light and would take the win with an 8.218. Next would be Branton Mitchell dialing a 8.73 to the 13.40 of Sarah Dunkel. Dunkel would go red moving Mitchell to the semis. The last pair for the round would be Garreth Sheppeard dialing an 8.95 to the 7.91 of Paige Vance. Vance would go red moving Sheppeard to the semis.
            In the semis we would see Ellison dial 7.90 to the 8.75 of Mitchell. Ellison would cut a .0084 light and would take the win with a 7.986 pass. Sheppeard wouldhave the bye to the finals.
            In the finals it would be Sheppeard dialing a 9.00 to the 7.90 of Ellison. Ellison would cut a .0189 light, but it wouls be Sheppeard with a 9.025 for the win.