Kil-Kare Raceaway
1166 Dayton-Xenia Rd.
Xenia, Ohio 45385
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Super Saturday would bring 100 vehicles to stage first round, In the Super Pro Quarterfinals we would see Randy Stutz dialing a 6.10 to the 6.02 of Ron Evans. Evans would go red moving Stutz to the semis. Next would be Gwayne Honeycutt dialing a 6.81 to the 7.18 of Darren Campbell. Campbell would cut a .0133, however Gwayne would take the breakout win with a 6.835. The last pair for the round would be Randy Stutz on his double entry dialing a 6.09 to the 5.00 of Ryan Burba. Stutz would cut a .0173 light and take the breakout win with a 6.095.
            In the semis Honeycutt would dial a 6.79 to the 6.08 of Stutz. Honeycutt would take the starting line advantage with a .0192, and would take the win with a 6.798. Stutz’s double entry would have the bye.
            In the finals Honeycutt would dial a 6.80 to the  6.08 of Stutz. Honeycutt would once again be better at the tree this time with a .0059, and would take the win with a 6.813 for the IDDU Super Pro Win!
            In the Pro quarterfinals we would see Troy Layton dialing an 8.72 to the 7.19 of Jim Beard. Layton would have the better light with a .0429, and would take the win with an 8.720. Next would be Gwayne Honeycutt dialing a 6.81 to the 6.08 of Steve Collier. Honeycutt would get a .0147 for the advantage, and would take the win light with a 6.823. Next would be Bob Downing dialing a 6.68 to the 6.52 of Brad Day. Day would cut a .0003 light, however Downing would get the double breakout win with a 6.679. James Sanders had the bye to the semis.
            In the semis we would see Sanders dialing a 6.98 to the 8.69 of Layton. Layton would be better off the line with a .0288, but Sanders would take the win with a 6.980. Next would be Honeycutt dialing a 6.81 to the 6.67 of Bob Downing. Downing would go red moving Honeycutt to the all IDDU finals.
            In the finals Sanders would dial a 6.97 to the 6.79 of Honeycutt. Sanders would pull a .0113 light, and would take the win with a 7.022.
            Sportsman quarterfinals would see Troy Layton dialing a 13.46 to the 14.03 of Pete Carroll. Layton would have the better light with a.0138, and would take the double breakout win with a 13.436. Next would be Charles Picklesimer dialing a 12.44 to the 14.65 of Terry Knight. Picklesimer would have the better light with a .0210, and would take the win with a 12.457. Next would be Eric Toft and Rick Gladman racing heads up both dialed 13.16. Gladman would go red moving Toft to the semis. John Cox would have the bye to the next round.
            In the semis we would see Layton dialing a 13.43 to the 12.13 of Cox. Cox would go red moving Layton to the finals. Next would be Toft dialing a 13.13 to the 12.42 of Picklesimer. Toft would cut a .0503 for the better light, and take the win with a 13.154.
            In the finals we would see Toft dialing a 13.11 to the 13.46 of Layton. Toft would be better on the tree with a .0121, and would take the win with a 13.170.
            In the Buckminn’s D&D Harley Davidson Pro Bike Quarterfinals we would see Brian Emory dialing a 9.46 to the 9.90 of Bob Nugent. Emory would cut a .0073 light, and would take the win with a 9.499. Next would be Andrew England dialing an 11.14 to the 9.35 of Kevin Allen. England would cut a .0360, and would take the win with an 11.194. Next would be Burt Exman dialing an 8.78 to the 9.09 of Kevin Hoskins. Exman would be better at the tree with a .0361, and would take the win with an 8.947. Darrell Carmichael would have the bye.
            In the semis we would see England dialing an 11.15 to the 8.79 of Exman. England would see a .0486 for the better light, along with an 11.171 for the win. Next would be Carmichael dialing an 8.93 to the 9.46 of Emory. Emory would leave early sending Carmichael to the finals.
            In the finals we would see Carmichael dialing an 8.93 to the 11.13 of England. Carmichael would cut a .0318, and would take the win with an 8.965.
            In the 8-9 Jr Dragsters we would see Alexis Tanner, dialing a 13.00. Tanner would cut a .0699, and would run a 13.012 for the win!
            In the 10-12 Jr Dragsters we would see Hunter Hughes dialing a 9.07 to the 8.95 of Shelby Stacey. Hughes would cut a .0486 light, and would take the win with a 9.131. Next would be Makenna Brown dialing an 8.95 to the 8.97 of Preston Tanner. Tanner would go red moving Brown to the semis. The last pair for the round would be Kyle Beavers dialing a 9.01 to the 8.95 of Jacob Castle. Beavers would cut a .0945 light, and would take the win with a 9.068 pass.
            In the semis we would see Brown dialing an 8.95 to the 9.02 of Beavers. Brown would cut a .0375, and would take the win with an 8.950. Hughes would have the bye run to the finals.
            In the finals we would see Brown dialing an 8.95 to the 9.07 of Hughes. Brown would get a .0181 at the tree and would take the win with an 8.969.
            In 13-17 quarterfinals we would see Shawn Pitts dialing a 7.90 to the 13.93 of Sarah Dunkel. Pitts would cut a .0458, along with an 8.195 for the win. Next would be Allison Neeld dialing a 7.95 to the 7.90 of Paige Vance. Vance would have the better light with a .0865, but it would be Neeld with a 7.982 pass for the win. Brittany Gilmore would have the bye to the semis.
            In the semis we would see Neeld dialing a 7.95 to the 14.02 of Gilmore. Neeld would cut a .0801 light and would take the win with an 8.040. Pitts would have the bye to the finals.
            In the finals we would see Pitts dialing a 7.90 to the 7.95 of Neeld. Pitts would cut a .0373 light, and would take the win with an 8.035