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OKCFan12
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June 13, 2010 at 03:23:09 AM
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quick results for open wheel classes at lawton.

9 midgets
12 champ sprints.

Lucas Oil ASCS2 Midgets

1. 91 Tyler Thomas
2. 55 Nick Ivy
3. 72 Eric Fenton
4. 77 Colton Brewer
5. 51 Matt Ward
6. 73 Alex Sewell
7. 29 Scott Sawyer
8. 52 Blake Hahn
9. 4j John James

Champ Sprints - 12 cars

A Main
1. 4 Robert Sellers
2. 28 Chris Loyd
3. 23 Jimmy Taylor
4. 6x Terry Holland
5. 99 Koby Barksdale
6. 10k Kyle Ezell
7. 31 Jerry Kyser
8. 25 ?
9. 54 Michael Gossman
10. 11 Nick Bates
11. 14 Shawn Bloomquist
12. 4x Shane Sellers

track was AWESOME! ultra fast and tacky. good wheel to wheel racing and more ACTUAL passing in any one feature than the last 2 weeks combined. even Michael Jackson would have been Thrilled!!! would have been grabbing his crotch and moonwalking back and forth in front of the announcers booth!!! haha - or better yet - hee hee.


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rhilbers
June 13, 2010 at 03:50:56 AM
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Good job Cody kinda short, but I guess it will do he-he... Wish we could have been there or at the OCRS at Ada but....

 

 


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DirtDale
June 13, 2010 at 07:44:57 AM
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6/12/2010 - Lawton Speedway Results...

Championship Sprints

A-Main 01 --1. Robert Sellers, Mustang; 2. Chris Loyd, Moore; 3. Jimmy Taylor, Oklahoma City; 4. Terry Holland,Piedmont; 5. Kyle Ezell, Elgin; 6. Jerry Kyser, Del City; 7. Steven Davis, Randlett; 8. Michael Gossman, Yukon; 9.Nick Bates, Lawton; 10. Shawn Bloomquist, Cache; 11. Shane Sellers, Mustang; 12. Koby Barksdale, Norman.

Heat 01 --1. Terry Holland, Piedmont; 2. Kyle Ezell, Elgin; 3. Robert Sellers, Mustang; 4. Shawn Bloomquist, Cache; 5. Nick Bates, Lawton; 6. Chris Loyd, Moore.

Heat 02 --1. Shane Sellers, Mustang; 2. Jimmy Taylor, Oklahoma City; 3. Michael Gossman, Yukon; 4. Koby Barksdale, Norman; 5. Jerry Kyser, Del City; 6. Steven Davis, Randlett.

Mini Stocks

A-Main 01 --1. Sammie Henning, Lawton; 2. David Carpenter, Lawton; 3. Payton Zentgraf, Wichita Falls, Texas;4. Justin Keith, Lawton; 5. Brian Ward, Edmond; 6. Preston Spitsnaugle, Wichita Falls, Texas; 7. Jonathon Hicks,Cyril; 8. Ricky Botts, Lawton; 9. Dustin Southerland, Geronimo.

Heat 01 --1. Payton Zentgraf, Wichita Falls, Texas; 2. Sammie Henning, Lawton; 3. Preston Spitsnaugle, WichitaFalls, Texas; 4. Ricky Botts, Lawton; 5. Morgan Fletcher, Lawton.

Heat 02 --1. Jonathon Hicks, Cyril; 2. David Carpenter, Lawton; 3. Justin Keith, Lawton; 4. Brian Ward, Edmond; 5. Dustin Southerland, Geronimo.

USA Modified

A-Main 01 --1. Casey McClaskey, Ponca City; 2. Stan Reed Jr, Oklahoma City; 3. Doug Bragg, Wheatland; 4. Thomas Nunley, Marlow; 5. Daniel Cox, Lawton; 6. Harold Winton, Jr, Waurika; 7. Charlie White, Lindsay; 8.Hunter Marriott, Brookfield, Mo.; 9. Ed Dunn, Chattanooga; 10. Chadd Howell, Waurika; 11. Bart Jackson, Cache;12. Lyman Sartain, Lawton; 13. Rob Bland, Cyril; 14. Lucas Steele, Lawton; 15. Ryan Bailey, Ft Smith, Ark.; 16. Randy Golden, Tuttle; 17. Buddy Honaker, Davis.

Heat 01 --1. Thomas Nunley, Marlow; 2. Casey McClaskey, Ponca City; 3. Randy Golden, Tuttle; 4. Ed Dunn, Chattanooga; 5. Lucas Steele, Lawton; 6. Rob Bland, Cyril.

Heat 02 --1. Hunter Marriott, Brookfield, Mo.; 2. Doug Bragg, Wheatland; 3. Ryan Bailey, Ft Smith, Ark.; 4.Lyman Sartain, Lawton; 5. Buddy Honaker, Davis; 6. Daniel Cox, Lawton.

Heat 03 --1. Stan Reed Jr, Oklahoma City; 2. Charlie White, Lindsay; 3. Chadd Howell, Waurika; 4. Bart Jackson, Cache; 5. Harold Winton, Jr, Waurika.

ASCS2 Midgets

A-Main 01 --1. Tyler Thomas, Collinsville; 2. Nick Ivy, Bryont, Ark.; 3. Eric Fenton, Owasso; 4. Colton Brewer, Broken Arrow; 5. Matt Ward, Tulsa; 6. Alex Sewell, Broken Arrow; 7. Scott Sawyer, Broken Arrow; 8. John James, Iowa Park, Texas; 9. Blake Hahn, Sapulpa.

Limited Modified

A-Main 01 --1. Shane Little, Lawton; 2. Larry Williams, Lawton; 3. Jeff Autry, Tuttle; 4. Kasey Pitts, Geronimo; 5. Cody Whitworth, Tuttle; 6. Mike Little, Lawton; 7. Michael Spencer, Lawton; 8. Kenny Horne, Walters; 9. Thomas Poafybitty, Stecker; 10. Jimmy Curtsinger, Cache; 11. Eric Kimbro, Lawton; 12. Carl Mitchell, Ft Cobb; 13. Robert Welch, Lawton; 14. Charley West, Tuttle; 15. Michael Reed, Oklahoma City; 16. Isaak Hamby, Mustang; 17. Matthew Marsh, Frederick; 18. Terry Little, Lawton; 19. Larry Craig, Lawton.

Heat 01 --1. Shane Little, Lawton; 2. Kasey Pitts, Geronimo; 3. Mike Little, Lawton; 4. Matthew Marsh, Frederick; 5. Jimmy Curtsinger, Cache; 6. Michael Reed, Oklahoma City; 7. Isaak Hamby, Mustang.

Heat 02 --1. Larry Williams, Lawton; 2. Kenny Horne, Walters; 3. Michael Spencer, Lawton; 4. Robert Welch, Lawton; 5. Larry Craig, Lawton; 6. Charley West, Tuttle.

Heat 03 --1. Jeff Autry, Tuttle; 2. Terry Little, Lawton; 3. Cody Whitworth, Tuttle; 4. Thomas Poafybitty, Stecker; 5. Carl Mitchell, Ft Cobb; 6. Eric Kimbro, Lawton.



Dogwater
June 13, 2010 at 11:06:38 AM
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Huh? Are you sure you were at Lawton? I thought that track SUCKED!! It was a heavy, rutted up mess. There were times I wasn't sure whether I was watching a rodeo or a race. As for wheel to wheel racing... again, are you sure you were at Lawton? I guess I've been spoiled these past few years. I miss LCS already! I've seen some good nights of racing at Lawton, but last night certainly wasn't one of those nights.
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nemetzracing
June 13, 2010 at 01:27:06 PM
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Been to lawton watching the races the last couple of weeks and jmo i thought last night was pretty damn good! Whether they have the track dry, tacky, heavy or what ever they get slammed 4 the way the track is and im sure that with tracks closing in oklahoma that helps when people get on here to find a place to race or take the family! in my opinion if you dont like how dirt tracks are theres a asphalt track in altus that the track conditions are the same every night.



David Smith Jr
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June 13, 2010 at 01:36:23 PM
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So what is wrong with dogwater stating his opinion? He didn't like and maybe others did, that don't mean one damn bit he has to switch to something else.


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Dogwater
June 13, 2010 at 02:35:36 PM
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Posted By: nemetzracing on June 13 2010 at 01:27:06 PM

Been to lawton watching the races the last couple of weeks and jmo i thought last night was pretty damn good! Whether they have the track dry, tacky, heavy or what ever they get slammed 4 the way the track is and im sure that with tracks closing in oklahoma that helps when people get on here to find a place to race or take the family! in my opinion if you dont like how dirt tracks are theres a asphalt track in altus that the track conditions are the same every night.



I love the way DIRT tracks are, however, MUD pits like last night... not so much. I'm glad you enjoyed last night's racing. I have to say though, if last night's racing was so much better than the past few weeks, that kind of scares me and makes me think perhaps you should get out and see some other tracks as I've seen much better this year. But perhaps that's just the kind of racing you enjoy, and if thats the case so be it. To each their own. I'm not gonna knock you for your opinion. I just didn't find it to my liking. As I said in my other post, I've seen some pretty good racing at Lawton in the past, so I know the track is plenty capable of producing it. Now before you start accusing me of hurting tracks by stating my opinions, perhaps you should take a look at all the good things I've had to say and the support that I've given many different promoters and their efforts over the years. I think you'll find I've had plenty of good things to say as well. Thanks.
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modmaniac
June 13, 2010 at 03:40:06 PM
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First I don't think anyone should tell anyone else to go somewhere else if they don't share the same opinion. I also believe that if you want respect from others, you had better treat everyone with that same amount of respect.

Second there are about 1/3 of the people that like the track dry,and state so, for various reasons as to why that is better. There are another 1/3 that think the track should have moisture and state an equal number of reasons why that is better. The other 1/3 don't care and believe that the race surface is the same for everybody. This will probably not change.

I have also been at Lawton for several nights this season.(only racing part time) and I am in agreement with "OKCFan12" that the racing was better last night than it has been in two weeks. I am not saying that it was totally the track, because the last good racing I saw (at Lawton) was on a dry track. Just saying I enjoyed it more than the last two weeks. Once again "Just My Humble Opinion". Either way, Great Job by track prep, and Hats Off to a good Driving Show!

Lastly, that if the ASCS2 series can get 5-10 more cars, they will be putting on a great show!

 


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Dogwater
June 13, 2010 at 04:50:44 PM
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Respect. Yeah... I suppose I should apologize to Cody if my post came across kind of harsh. Wasn't my intention. Thanks for the results, Cody. Guess I'm just a little grumpy and bitter about losing both my Friday night track, and now my Saturday night track in the same season. Its probably pretty obvious that I'm in the "dry 1/3." Haha. Although, I think a little tacky early and drying out later in the night is usually best. We headed to Lawton last night trying to make the best out of a bad situation, after losing what I've considered my home track these past few years, and was rather disappointed in the heavy track conditions. Was hoping it'd dry out some but it just rutted up instead. Not saying we won't be back, just last nights conditions weren't to my liking and was just stating my opinion.
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OKCFan12
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June 13, 2010 at 07:46:05 PM
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no need to apologize Eric! I just got on here and read through the replies and didn't find anything harsh about your post at all. not even in the slightest. I do know we like our tracks prepped differently lol - always have. I respect your opinion, and honestly can agree with it to an extent. As was stated last night - by b2 or wes cant remember - its not so much about wet or dry - just about a surface condusive to good racing. But even though we like our tracks a little different - we also like different classes as well. I don't think you need to defend your opinion at all - you stated it well and respectfully and you are not wrong at all. Just because some like it heavier doesn't mean you are wrong for liking it drier. I can dig a dry track - although i dont like eating dust that often accompanies it. I just know the dry track last week was really bad - but not just b/c it was dry - but the one groove it had - was a long continuous rut and through the features there just wasnt much quality manuvering.

I do think last night was one of those surfaces that did produce good racing. But I also agree with many that a dry track can produce great racing as well. Just because the last 2 weeks (both dry) didnt fit into that mold - doesn't mean heavy is better dry. esp. last week. there was really one groove on the bottom and - dumb luck - thats where the huge ruts were. I guess after seeing the ruts last week - last night probably didn't seem bad at all lol.

I do know I would like to see a track like last night at the OCRS show there in 2 weeks. it was just really competitive racing. And it does SEEM that when lawton goes dry - its one groove and not competitive much of the time. but all of this really is just an "eye of the beholder" type deal. We all have certain things we like and don't. whereas i prefer last nights surface over dry - it doesn't mean Dogwater's preference of dry surface is any less - in any way. But no eric not in any way did I take any offense or harshness in your opinion. I appreciate the dissenting view much more than you think. Same as life goes so does this sport - it wouldn't be very entertaining if everyone agreed on everything all of the time LOL.

wish i had known you were there man - would have stopped by and said hello. and yeah no matter how many shows I go to - losing the Fairgrounds doesn't sting any less. It's been very hard to find shows that consistently match the quality of the shows there - if at all. Honestly I have found the micro racing more to my liking than anything else, prob because they get those tracks pretty wet most of the time. Made for a very easy decision when asked to write for ascs2 - it helps to like and believe in what you're doing.

Hey whereas we like our tracks surfaces different - bet we both agree that the USMTS show at Clinton was superb! lol.

btw modmaniac yeah the Midgets should be a really series here in the state. hopefully a few more get em between now and the next event - which is a July 2nd and 3rd showing at the bullring at Dutton's Speedway on the NE side of Lake Ft. Cobb. It should be a great show - all 4 Lucas Oil ASCS2 classes will be running. Hopefully many regional fans come out to see it - but a piece of advice for anyone who has never been to Duttons......the track is located near farmland and near a lake - good idea to bring insect repellent.


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Mod 49
June 14, 2010 at 11:26:32 AM
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The track was good and fast...   with a few holes that make it more enteresting...

All a tacky track proves is who has the highest dollar motor....

Thats the only thing i personally dont like about a tacky track is getting out motored.

When its dry the money motors dont get as much of an advantage.  Evens the playing field up and more driver and setup come in to play...

Tacky for show,,,,,,,, dry for doe......



B-Squared
June 14, 2010 at 01:28:06 PM
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Posted By: OKCFan12 on June 13 2010 at 07:46:05 PM

no need to apologize Eric! I just got on here and read through the replies and didn't find anything harsh about your post at all. not even in the slightest. I do know we like our tracks prepped differently lol - always have. I respect your opinion, and honestly can agree with it to an extent. As was stated last night - by b2 or wes cant remember - its not so much about wet or dry - just about a surface condusive to good racing. But even though we like our tracks a little different - we also like different classes as well. I don't think you need to defend your opinion at all - you stated it well and respectfully and you are not wrong at all. Just because some like it heavier doesn't mean you are wrong for liking it drier. I can dig a dry track - although i dont like eating dust that often accompanies it. I just know the dry track last week was really bad - but not just b/c it was dry - but the one groove it had - was a long continuous rut and through the features there just wasnt much quality manuvering.

I do think last night was one of those surfaces that did produce good racing. But I also agree with many that a dry track can produce great racing as well. Just because the last 2 weeks (both dry) didnt fit into that mold - doesn't mean heavy is better dry. esp. last week. there was really one groove on the bottom and - dumb luck - thats where the huge ruts were. I guess after seeing the ruts last week - last night probably didn't seem bad at all lol.

I do know I would like to see a track like last night at the OCRS show there in 2 weeks. it was just really competitive racing. And it does SEEM that when lawton goes dry - its one groove and not competitive much of the time. but all of this really is just an "eye of the beholder" type deal. We all have certain things we like and don't. whereas i prefer last nights surface over dry - it doesn't mean Dogwater's preference of dry surface is any less - in any way. But no eric not in any way did I take any offense or harshness in your opinion. I appreciate the dissenting view much more than you think. Same as life goes so does this sport - it wouldn't be very entertaining if everyone agreed on everything all of the time LOL.

wish i had known you were there man - would have stopped by and said hello. and yeah no matter how many shows I go to - losing the Fairgrounds doesn't sting any less. It's been very hard to find shows that consistently match the quality of the shows there - if at all. Honestly I have found the micro racing more to my liking than anything else, prob because they get those tracks pretty wet most of the time. Made for a very easy decision when asked to write for ascs2 - it helps to like and believe in what you're doing.

Hey whereas we like our tracks surfaces different - bet we both agree that the USMTS show at Clinton was superb! lol.

btw modmaniac yeah the Midgets should be a really series here in the state. hopefully a few more get em between now and the next event - which is a July 2nd and 3rd showing at the bullring at Dutton's Speedway on the NE side of Lake Ft. Cobb. It should be a great show - all 4 Lucas Oil ASCS2 classes will be running. Hopefully many regional fans come out to see it - but a piece of advice for anyone who has never been to Duttons......the track is located near farmland and near a lake - good idea to bring insect repellent.



Ive heard there are some local racers going to the Show at Duttons yall may know


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SprintsRock
June 14, 2010 at 06:52:18 PM
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I do agree that the track was better this weekend than in the past 2 weeks. However, everyone has their preferences - and that is fineSmile The common bond is that we all love dirt track racing!

I did enjoy the Midget show - sure hope to see more of them at Lawton Speedway.


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Papa Smurf
June 14, 2010 at 07:55:42 PM
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Posted By: Mod 49 on June 14 2010 at 11:26:32 AM

The track was good and fast...   with a few holes that make it more enteresting...

All a tacky track proves is who has the highest dollar motor....

Thats the only thing i personally dont like about a tacky track is getting out motored.

When its dry the money motors dont get as much of an advantage.  Evens the playing field up and more driver and setup come in to play...

Tacky for show,,,,,,,, dry for doe......



where did you end up finishing?





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