Kil-Kare Raceway
1166 Dayton-Xenia Rd.
Xenia, Ohio 45385
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Fall Mega Five's Swell Kil-Kare Pits!

The fall Mega fives event would swell the Kil-Kare Pits to show over 160 vehicles in first round in the box class, 102 for the no box class 16 Pro bike competitors as well as 22 Junior dragsters for Saturday’s races. In the Box class quarterfinals we would see Jimmy Halverstadt dialing a 4.86 to the 6.91 of Aaron Vail. Vail would be better at the tree with a .0118 light but it would be Halverstadt moving to the next round with a 4.864 pass. Next was Randy Scheuer Jr dialing a 4.72 to the 4.90 of Ron Vance. Scheuer would have the better light with a .0086, and would get the win with a 4.799 pass.  Jim Kennedy would have the bye run to the semis.
            In the semis we would see Scheuer dialing a 4.72 to the 5.92 of Kennedy. Scheuer would have the better light with a .0114 and would take the win with a 4.741. Halverstadt would have the bye to the finals.
            In the finals we would se Halverstadt dialing a 4.86 to the 4.73 of Scheuer. Scheuer would have the better light with a .0082 but ti would be Halverstadt with the win light on a 4.873 pass.
            In the No Box quarterfinals we would see Shawn Stacy dialing a 6.76 to the 6.75 of James Sanders. Stacy would have the better light with a .0204 and would take the win with a 6.802. Next would be Vincent Lasher dialing a 6.70 to the 8.60 of Doug Thompson. Thompson would have the better light with a .0308, but it would be Lasher with the breakout win on a 6.742 pass. The last pair for the round would be Scott Brown dialing a 7.10 to the 5.99 of Nathan Baker. Baker would go red moving Brown to the semis.
            In the semis it would be Lasher dialing a 6.70 to the 6.77 of Stacy. Stacy would cut a .0217 light, but it would be Lasher on the breakout win with a 6.709. Brown would have the bye run to the finals.
            In the finals it would be Lasher dialing a 6.70 to the 7.09 of Brown. Brown would go red making Lasher the No Box Winner.
            In the Pro Bike Class quarterfinals we would see Jeremy England dialing a 5.78 to the 5.25 of Bradley Shellhaas. England would get the better light with a .0258, and would take the breakout win with a 5.802 ride. Next would be Jon Vesper dialing a 6.18 to the 5.66 of Kevin Hoskins. Hoskins would cut a .0098 fo rthe better light, but it would be Vesper with the breakout win with a 6.180 ride. Next would be Jesse Sowers dialing a 6.32 to the 5.50 of Darrell Carmichael. Carmichael would cut a .0157 light, but it would be Sowers on the breakout win with a 6.340 pass. The last pair for the round would be Michael Hall dialing a 5.15 to the 6.10 of Brian Shope. Hall would cut  a .0170 light and would take the win with a 5.199 pass.
            In the semis we would see Sowers dialing a 6.33 to the 5.79 of England. Sowers would cut a .0160 for the better light, and would take the win with a 6.336 ride. Next would be Hall dialing a 5.15 to the 6.17 of Vesper. Vesper would go red moving Hall to the finals.
            In the finals we would see Hall dialing a 5.16 to the 6.33 of Sowers. Sowers would go red making Hall the winner.
            In the Junior Dragster quarterfinals we would see Emily Campbell dialing a 12.25 to the 8.15 of Caleb Ellison. Ellison would have the better light with a .0290, but it would be Campbell with the win light on a 13.344 pass. Next would be Jacob Castle dialing a 9.05 to the 9.20of Lindsay Mitchell. Mitchell would go red moving Castle to the semis. Shayla Babb would have the bye to the semis.
            In the semis we would see Babb dialing a 7.99, with Castle dialing a 9.03. Castle would get the win light moving to the finals to face bye runner Campbell.
            In the finals we would see Castle dialing a 9.00 to the 12.35 of Campbell. Campbell would have the better light with a .0475, but it would be Castle with the win light on a 9.019 pass.
            Sunday would see 167 Box Class entries, 81 No Box Entries, 15 Bikes, 19 Juniors and a 32 car shoot out field for first round.
            In the Box Class quarterfinals we would see Chris Moore dialing a 4.73 to the 4.79 of Chuck Ridenour. Moore would cut a .0067 light and would take the win with a 4.748. Next would be Chuck Mink dialing a 4.85 to the 5.06 of Austin St. Dennis St. Dennis would cut a .0015, but it would be Mink with the double breakout win with a 4.842 pass. Kenny Underwood would have the bye.
            In the semis we would see Underwood dialing a 5.80 to the 4.83 of Mink. Underwood would cut the better light with a .0189. The breakout win would goto Underwood with a 5.820 pass. Moore would have the bye run to the finals.
            In the finals we would see Moore dialing a 4.73 to the 5.80 of Underwood. Underwood would go red making Moore the winner.
            The 32 car shootout quarterfinals would see Roger Taylor dialing a 4.81 to the 4.75 of Kenny Scheuer Jr. Scheuer would go red moving Taylor to the semis. Next was Terry Terrell dialing a 4.68 to the 6.65 of Jerry Dunkle. Dunkle would get the better light with a .0195, but we would see Terrell with the double breakout win with a 4.678. Next would be Disco Dean Karns on the bye run. The last pair for the round would be Chuck Mink dialing a 4.57 to the 4.83 of Mike Brumfield. Mink would cut  a .0100 for the better light, and would take the win with a 4.580 pass. Curfew would fall before the Shootout would return to the lanes resulting in a split by all remaining competitors.
            In the no box class we would see Mike McKinney dialing a 6.40 to the 6.09 of Shaun Bemiller. McKinney would cut a .0099 light and would take the win with a 6.444. Next would be Rick Parsons dialing a 7.05 to the 6.47 of John Masdea. Masdea would go red moving Parsons to the semis. Kristen Parsons would have the bye run to the semis.
            In the semis we would see Rick Parsons dialing a 7.04 to the 7.49 of his wife Kristen. Kristen would be better at the tree with a .0348, but it would be Rick with the win light on a 7.113 pass. McKinney had the bye to the finals.
            In the finals we would see McKinney dial a 6.40 to the 7.04 of Parsons. McKinney would cut a .0288 light , and would take the breakout win with a 6.448 pass.
            In the Pro Bike quarterfinals we would see Jeremy England dialing a 9.45 to the 10.15 of Jesse Sowers. England would cut the better light with a .0246, and would take the win with a 9.492 ride. Next would be Scott Sheppeard dialing a 10.10 to the 9.70 of Brian Shope. Shope would get the advantage with a .0115, but Sheppeard would take the win with a 10.102. Mike Hall would have the bye to the semis.
            In the semis we would see Hall dialing an 8.17 to the 10.10 of Sheppeard. Hall would cut the better light with an .0959, and would take the double breakout win with an 8.115. England would ride the bye to the finals.
            In the finals we would see England dialing a 9.33 to the 8.12 of Hall. Hall would be better at the tree with a .0158, but it would be England with the Breakout win on a 9.350 ride.
            In the Junior Dragsters quarterfinals we would see Shayla Babb dialing a 7.96 to the 7.99 of Michelle Morris. Morris would cut a .0844 for the better light, but it would be Babb on the win light with a 7.970. Next would be Garreth Sheppeard dialing an 8.98 to the 13.05 of Lyndsey Back. Sheppeard would have the better light with a .0792, and would take the breakout win with a 9.019. TJ Spurlock would have the bye to the semis.
            In the semis we would see Babb dialing a 7.96 top the 7.95 of Spurlock. Babb would cut a .0526 for the better light, and would take the win with a 7.982 pass. Sheppeard would ride the bye to the finals.
            In the finals we would see Sheppeard dialing an 8.92 to the 7.96 of Babb. Sheppeard would have the better light with a .0663, and would take the win with a 9.061.