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

 

Over 200 vehicles would enter into the final race of the year at Kil-Kare Saturday, Super Pro Quarterfinals we would see Terri Emrick dialing a   7.25 to the 5.14 of Rob Stacey. Stacey would go red moving Emrick to the semis. Next would be Scott Sanford dialing a 6.65 to the 7.29 of Steven Collier. Sanford would cut a .0128 light and would take the win with a 6.670. Matt Phillips would have the bye run into the semis.
            In the semis it would be Phillips dialing a 6.63 to the  7.23 of Emrick. Phillips would have the better light with a  .0335, and would take the win with a 6.641 pass. Sanford would run the ye, but would break upon launch, making him unable to run the finals. Phillips would take the broke run for the final pass of the year at Kil-Kare and the win!
            In Pro Quarterfinals we would see Doug Caplinger dialing a 6.84 to the 6.55 of Bob Downing. Caplinger would cut a .0208 for the advantage, and take the breakout win with a 6.875 pass. Next would be John Masdea dialing a 6.52 to the 6.56 of Joe Barney. Masdea would take a .0136 light along with a 6.531 pass for the breakout win. Next would be Jason Ford dialing a 6.43 to the 8.73 of Doug Thompson. Thompson would have the better light with a .0285, but it would be Ford on the win light with a 6.443. the last pair for the round would be Doug Caplinger on a double entry dialing a 6.84 to the 6.43 of Rich Wilson. Wilson would go red moving Caplinger to the semis.
            In the semis it would be Ford dialing a 6.47 to the 6.83 of Caplinger. Caplinger would cut a .0110 light but it would be Ford with a 6.477 for the win light. Caplinger would return with his double entry dialing 6.83 to face the 6.51 of Masdea. Masdaea would cut  .0212 light, but it would be Caplinger with the breakout win on a 6.860 pass.
            In the finals we would see Caplinger dial a 6.83 to the 6.45 of Ford. Ford would cut a .0036, however Caplinger would go a 6.832 for the win.
            In Sportsman quarterfinals we would see Doug Thompson dialing a 13.48 to the 12.40 of Michael Collier. Thompson would cut a .0171 light, and would take the win with a 13.553. Next would be Dale Buck dialing a 17.09 to the 12.00 of Sam Bunch. Bunch would be better at the tree with a .0618, but it would be Buck with the win on a 13.022 pass. Next would be Steven Collier dialing a 17.09 to the 12.94 of Rick Gladman. Collier would cut a .0493 and take the double breakout win with a 17.089. K. Morris would have the bye.
            In the semis we would see Morris dialing a 13.38 to the 17.09 of Collier. Collier would go red moving Morris to the finals. Next would be Doug Thompson dialing a 13.46 to the 12.48 of Buck. Thompson would cut the better light with a .0603, and would take the win with a 13.462.
            In the finals we would see Thompson dialing a 13.46 to the 13.43 of Morris. Thompson would cut a .0149 light and run a 13.447 for the double breakout win. 
            In the Buckminn’s D&D Harley Davidson Pro Bike quarterfinals we would see Thad Neeld dialing a 9.18 to the 10.08 of Jesse Sowers. Sowers would cut a .0011 light, but Neeld would get the win with a 9.216 pass. Next would be Kevin Hoskins dialing a 9.01 to the 8.82 of Ceslie Shellhaas. Hoskins would get the better light with a .0124, and would take the win with a 9.052. Darrell Carmichael would have the bye.
            In the semis we would see Neeld dialing a 9.18 to the 8.85 of Carmichael. Neeld would be better at the tree with a .0132, and would ride a 9.268 pass for the win. Hoskins would be on the bye for the next round.
            In the finals we would see Hoskins dialing a 9.02 to the 9.18 of Neeld. Neeld would get the better light with a .0179, but Hoskins would take the win with an 9.121 pass.
            In the Jr 8-9 class we would see Chase Dunkel dialing a  13.18 to the 13.35 of  Jayden Mitchell. Mitchell would cut the better light with a .3974, but ti would be Dunkle on the breakout win with a 13.259.
            In Jr 10-12 quarterfinals we would see Hunter Hughes dialing a 9.14 to the 13.29 of Nick Gilmore. Gilmore would cut a .0399 for the better light but it would be Hughes on the win with a 9.171. Next would be Kyle Beavers dialing an 8.95 to the 11.02 of Zayne Schrenk. Schrenk would go red moving Beavers to the semis. Next would be Shelby Stacey dialing an 8.97 to the 9.55 of Aaron Shaner. Shaner would go red moving Stacey to the next round. Jacob Castle would have the bye.
            In the semis we would see Beavers and Castle heads up dialed 8.97. Beavers would have the better light with a .0317, and would take the win with a 9.039 pass. Next would be Hughes dialing a 9.12 to the 9.04 of Stacey. Hughes would cut a .1386 for the better light, and would take the win with a 9.143 pass.
            In the finals it would be Beavers dialing an 8.98 to the 9.12 of Hughes. Beavers would cut a .0573 light, and would take the breakout win with an 8.989.
            In the 13-17 quarterfinals we would see Emily Campbell dialing an 11.99 to the 8.80 of Branton Mitchell. Mitchell wopuld go red moving Campbell to the semis. Next would be Garreth Sheppeard dialing an 8.84 to the 7.90 of Allison Neeld. Neeld would cut a .0079 light, but it would be Sheppeard with the win light on a8.859 pass. Kylie Derifield would have the bye run to the semis.
            Semifinals would see Sheppeard dialing a 8.84 to the 7.90 of Derifield. Derifield would go red moving Sheppeard to the finals to face bye runner Campbell.
            In the finals Sheppeard would dial an 8.88 to the 12.10 of Campbell. Sheppeard would cut a .1001 for the better light, and would take the breakout win with an 8.926 pass.