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jwlson11
July 03, 2010 at 10:52:00 AM
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Was wondering if anyone can update us with the results from last nights race at Jacksonville Speedway (Jacksonville, IL). Who won? and How many cars were there? Thanks!




TMac #24
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July 03, 2010 at 11:43:44 AM
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Jim Moughan won and thats all that I know of.



jax-webguy
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July 03, 2010 at 12:06:02 PM
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Jim Moughan won. 17 Cars in attendance. Good battle early between Joey Moughan and Ben Wagoner with Wagoner taking command throughout most of the race. Jim Moughan got by Wagoner late in the race after the two had been battling through some lapped traffic.

2nd Annual Leon Smith Memorial Results. ($2,500 To Win)

Feature
Jim Moughan, Ben Wagoner, Tommy Worley, Terry Babb, Jordan Goldsberry, AJ Bruns, Ronnie Standridge, Kaley Gharst, Robbie Standridge, Korey Weyant, Bret Tripplett, Brett Sammonds, Josh Fisher, Justin Springer, Joey Moughan, Jimmy Hurley

Heat 1
Joey Moughan, Ronnie Standridge, Bruns, Worley, Robbie Standridge, Babb, Fisher, Tripplett, Springer

Heat 2
Wagoner, Jeremy Standridge, Goldsberry, Jim Moughan, Gharst, Weyant, Sammonds, Hurley

Dash
Joey Moughan, Jeremy Standridge, Jim Moughan, Ben Wagoner




miledirtfan
July 03, 2010 at 05:40:45 PM
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Interesting that the Farmington cars just don't tow up there any more...

A few of the J'ville cars come down to Farmington though



dirtracefan73
July 04, 2010 at 02:22:58 AM
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Posted By: miledirtfan on July 03 2010 at 05:40:45 PM

Interesting that the Farmington cars just don't tow up there any more...

A few of the J'ville cars come down to Farmington though



It would be nice to see more Farmington drivers at J-ville, but i would imagine that racing that far away on Fri night, is probably harder for them, due to work schedules etc... than it is for J-ville drivers to make the haul to Farmington, on a Sat night.



TMac #24
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July 04, 2010 at 07:59:32 AM
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This message was edited on July 04, 2010 at 08:30:14 AM by TMac #24

The payout at Jville is the biggest issue with no Farmington guys coming up. That 1,200 to win purse has been that way for a long time, too long. Gas has gone up, everything has gone up except the purse. The Leon Smith show, 200 from 11th to 18th is a joke. They should of paid a little better throughout the field IMO. Thats what will get more guys to show. Not everyone has a chance to win the big money so if the payout is better throughout the field more guys will show. 17 cars is pretty sad for the Leon Smith memorial. If the fairboard would of stayed with the Wests there would of been plenty of Farmington guys there every night. There was something in the works that everyone would of been really happy with if they were a driver, owner and fan of sprint cars. Also this year the track prep hasnt been the greatest. Friday night there was dust coming up during slow warm ups. WTF? When guys cant race at a track they are less likely to show up as well. If anyone was there last year that Shaheen show was the best ever. We had all the big names there and it was a great purse with awesome racing. I dont see another 7,200 to win, 400 to start, 22,000 total purse again for the Shaheen Show this year.




RACN22
July 04, 2010 at 03:09:05 PM
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Posted By: TMac #24 on July 04 2010 at 07:59:32 AM

The payout at Jville is the biggest issue with no Farmington guys coming up. That 1,200 to win purse has been that way for a long time, too long. Gas has gone up, everything has gone up except the purse. The Leon Smith show, 200 from 11th to 18th is a joke. They should of paid a little better throughout the field IMO. Thats what will get more guys to show. Not everyone has a chance to win the big money so if the payout is better throughout the field more guys will show. 17 cars is pretty sad for the Leon Smith memorial. If the fairboard would of stayed with the Wests there would of been plenty of Farmington guys there every night. There was something in the works that everyone would of been really happy with if they were a driver, owner and fan of sprint cars. Also this year the track prep hasnt been the greatest. Friday night there was dust coming up during slow warm ups. WTF? When guys cant race at a track they are less likely to show up as well. If anyone was there last year that Shaheen show was the best ever. We had all the big names there and it was a great purse with awesome racing. I dont see another 7,200 to win, 400 to start, 22,000 total purse again for the Shaheen Show this year.



Please explain to everybody why it would of been better if the Wests were still the promoters? Also what was in the works for the sprints? I have not been happy with the racing surface myself, but the people working for Bobby are 10 times better than half the clowns they had out there last year! And them people are not back this year! JMO



TMac #24
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July 04, 2010 at 03:23:13 PM
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Why? Way better racing surface. The Wests werent afraid to put pay the racers well. What was in the works is pointless now because it wont happen since the fairboard made the change. Glad you are happy with the new workers there now.



RACN22
July 04, 2010 at 05:05:31 PM
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Posted By: TMac #24 on July 04 2010 at 03:23:13 PM

Why? Way better racing surface. The Wests werent afraid to put pay the racers well. What was in the works is pointless now because it wont happen since the fairboard made the change. Glad you are happy with the new workers there now.



Because there was never anything in the works if your not willing to say what it is? All talk.




TMac #24
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July 04, 2010 at 05:32:57 PM
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Posted By: RACN22 on July 04 2010 at 05:05:31 PM

Because there was never anything in the works if your not willing to say what it is? All talk.



LOL Yup you know all.



dirtracefan73
July 04, 2010 at 05:55:47 PM
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Posted By: TMac #24 on July 04 2010 at 03:23:13 PM

Why? Way better racing surface. The Wests werent afraid to put pay the racers well. What was in the works is pointless now because it wont happen since the fairboard made the change. Glad you are happy with the new workers there now.



I'd be interested in knowing what was supposed to be in the works, for the sprints this year, if the Wests were still in charge.

I think Bobby and Cathy, and their crew, are doing an outstanding job with the track, this year.





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