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Wyant Group Raceway Results for Saturday, June 24, 2017
« on: June 26, 2017, 09:42:12 AM »
Wyant Group Raceway
Results for Saturday, June 24, 2017
Market Tire Western Speed Association SLM Series – Lakeview Insurance 150

Crashfest!  That’s the only word that can describe the racing that went
on Saturday night at Wyant Group Raceway.  Heavy rains earlier in the
week washed all the accumulated rubber off, along with limited practice
because of an afternoon shower meant racers faced an extremely green
racing surface.  One that is not conducive to traction.

In the Market Tire Western Speed Association Super Late Model Series, 22
cars from Saskatchewan, Alberta and British Columbia assembled for the
second race of the series, the Lakeview Insurance 150.  Most of these
cars were in Edmonton two weeks ago watching the rain wash out what was
to be their second race.  The first was in Saskatoon May 27th.

Highlighting the race was a newcomer, 14-year-old Tyler Emond from
Leduc, strapping into a late model seat for the first time.  Crew Chief
and father Trevor Emond said they just finished fitting his seat in the
car Thursday night, so he came into the event with zero SLM seat time.

Friday’s practice session allayed all fears about Tyler.  He immediate
showed the composure, confidence, patience and skill needed for the
fastest racing in Canada.  After a few laps, he was running mid 14
seconds laps on the 3/8th mile paved oval.

Saturday, he timed in with the big guns, 8th position at 14.418 seconds.

Clint Habart from Cranbrook timed in fastest in the #09 Minute Muffler
Chevrolet, picking up the Propane Plus Pole award at 14.153 seconds.
The #8x Swan Rentals Chevrolet of Kelly Admiraal was second at 14.167

These two drivers would have a big decision to make.  Give up their
earned starting position and start the main feature at the back of the
pack and take home the Propane Plus come from behind prize of $500 if
they win.  To complicate that decision, an extra $500 from Propane Plus
was available since the prize wasn’t won in the first race.  Further
adding pressure, two long time race fans stepped forward and offered
another $700 into the pot.

Both drivers were a little hesitant at the $1,000 offer, but when the
pot grew they both jumped at the chance.  That $1,700 would mean going
home with $4,700 in their pocket if they get to that finish line first.
As Clint Habart explained, “It’s not the $700, it’s the faith of the
fans that makes me say yes to the challenge.  There’s no racing without
the fans.”

And so set the start of the Market Tire Western Speed Association SLM
Series Lakeview Insurance 150.  With the top two qualifiers moved back
and the set inversion of 12 cars, pole position was handed to the #36 of
Grant Brown from Red Deer.  #99 Dean Braham from Kelowna was on the
outside.  Row two saw Leduc’s 14-year-old Tyler Emond on the inside,
with Saskatoon’s #17 Rob Janzen on the outside.

The inside and outside rows were set through earlier heat races won by
Alex Leschenko driving Andrew Hardy’s #15 D&S Homes Challenger, #62
Kenny Heinz in his The Clean Shoppe Dry Cleaners Monte Carlo and the #12
Matthew Shirley in his Finesse Racing Chevrolet SS.

The Lakeview Insurance 150 race started out smooth enough.  It’s always
tough with 22 cars.  Everyone has their fingers crossed and there is
that collective sigh of relief as the #36 of Grant Brown crosses the
start/finish line to get lap number one in the books.  Brown would lead
the second lap as well before being overtaken by the #17 of Rob Janzen,
but then a little slip by the #15 of Alex Leschenko into Trent Seidel
would bring out the first caution in lap three.

On the ensuing cone rule lineup, Grant Brown would follow Janzen inside,
leaving the outside row open for the #18 to slip through.  The restart
would see Rob Janzen and Tyler Emond on the front row.

Emond would take advantage.  A clean start saw the #18 move ahead of
Janzen and a 14-year-old would lead a SLM Series race for the first time
since Cameron Hayley in 2010.  Emond would hang onto the lead for more
that 20 laps as Janzen battled back.  Janzen wrestled the lead back in
lap 27.

By lap 31 Trent Seidel had worked his way up into the top three and was
working on the outside of Tyler Emond.  Emond would slip up into the 70.
 Both would slide.  70 hooked the front end of the 18 ripping his front
end off and the entire right side of the 70.  The accident would end
Tyler’s first series race.

Janzen would continue to lead on the restart, but a spin by the #36 of
Grant Brown would bring caution out again in lap 32.  The restart put
Janzen and the #56 of Howie Crossman on the front row.  Crossman would
take advantage, leading for a couple of laps.  Janzen was having none of
that though and took over the lead until caution came out again in lap
46 when a little tap by #22 Doug Biennia sent the #1 of Brett Taylor around.

This restart had #09 Clint Habart outside of #17 Rob Janzen and Habart
took full advantage, powering into the lead.  Within a couple of laps
the 8x of Kelly Admiraal was chasing Habart for the lead.  That order
held until Dave Bone went into the outside wall bringing out the fifth
caution in lap 69.

Habart continued to lead the first lap on the restart, but Kelly
Admiraal worked by him to lead lap 72.

It looked like things were settling down when very light rain was
reported over areas of the track in lap 80.  Lap 82 a competition
caution was put out while track conditions were assessed.  It was a very
light mist so the cars were kept pacing for 10 laps to keep heat in the
tires and the track. At that point though it was clear the track would
need some drying time and the cars couldn’t go back racing without their
windshields being cleaned, so Ron Just led them down pit lane with the
2017 Mustang GT pace car from Jubilee Ford.  The service trucks were
sent out to keep pacing and the air moving.

Officials were busy discussing options.  The race was over half complete
so could have been called official, but nobody likes a race ending
early.  The drivers came to race and the fans were here to watch a race.
 After about 30 minutes it was clear the track was coming back very
quickly so the late models were sent back out to get the heat moving again.

Drivers were given a dozen laps to get their cars and track back to
temperature then lined back up for a restart.  As this was a competition
caution they were put back in their last crossing order, not the cone rule.

Did the break settle the drivers down or fire them up?  Kelly Admiraal
jumped back out into the lead.  To end the suspense, he did hang onto
that lead to the end of the race.  There were more cautions, in lap 121
and lap 137.  This turned into a double caution as the restart was
called back when the 09 jumped a couple of car lengths ahead of the 8x
before the green flag flew.  One more caution in lap 138.

At the end, the #08 Swan Rentals Chevrolet of Kelly Admiraal picked up
the $3,000 win and the combination Propane Plus/Fan Appreciation come
from behind $1,700.  Clint Habart was second in the #09 Minute Muffler
Chevrolet, taking home $2,000 and the $375 Propane Plus Pole Award and
the #17 J&A Heating and Plumbing Chevrolet was third for $1,250.

For those keeping score, that’s nine incident cautions and 12 cars that
took the final lap of the race.

There was other racing, and crashing, Saturday night.  In the Law
Enforcement Guardian CrimeStoppers Bandoleros, the #11 Flin Flon Denture
Clinic Fusion bandolero of Caiden Willey picked up the first heat win.
Ryley Schneider took the Qualifier Race and the Feature race in the #93
AGI Insurance Brokers Camaro bandolero.

Ty Stewart was second in the Feature in the #14 Country Style BBQ
bandolero and Ashton Everitt’s #18 Pippin Technical Services Camaro
bandolero was third.

In the Earth Works Sask Legends, AJ Morrison picked up the win in the
first heat race with the #84 Snooker Shack Ford Couple.  #21’s Flaman
Group Ford Coupe of Blake Erb picked up the Qualifier win and the
Feature win.  Stan Friesen was second in the feature in the #316 S&A
Excavating Ford Couple and AJ Morrison was third.

There was 12 cars for the Shell V-Power Sportsman Division which meant
split heats.  Heat A was picked up by Neil Schneider.  Heat B winner was
Cale Siemens.

Qualifier A was won by the #2 of Kerry Neufeld and Qualifier B by the
#49 being driven by Shantel Kalika.

The Shell V-Power Sportsman feature was taken by the #28 Lucky Bastard
Distillers Chevrolet of Cale Siemens.  Neil Schneider was second in the
#93 Burco Electrical Contractors Camaro and Shantel Kalika was third,
driving Ben Busch’s #49 Northern Lights Casino Camaro.

There’s no racing next weekend as teams enjoy the long weekend and fans
enjoy the Royal Canadian Family Circus Spectac! 2017 at the track June
30, July 1, 2 and 3.

Racing is back in two weeks with the Market Tire Western Speed
Association Super Late Model Series rolling back for their third stop at
Wyant Group Raceway.  With Rob Janzen carrying a 21 point lead over
Trent Seidel, and one more point to Kelly Admiraal, it’s bound to be
another exciting race.

Joining the Super Late Models are the Golf’s Car Wash Mini Stocks, the
Tiger Automotive Pro Trucks and the Shell V-Power Sportsman Divisions.
Front gates open at 4:30 with the first green flag at 6:05pm

Complete Results
Saturday, June 24, 2017

Law Enforcement Guardian CrimeStoppers Bandolero Division
1. #11 Caiden Willey
2. #21 Dakota Wollf
3. #18 Ashton Everitt
4. #10 Lachlyn Anderson
5. #14 Ty Stewart
6. #47 Cale Heilman
7. #93 Ryley Schneider
8. #12 Sam Howlett
9. #25 Hayden Hoogaveen
10. #8 Braxton Clewes

1. #93 Ryley Schneider
2. #25 Hayden Hoogaveen
3. #11 Caiden Willey
4. #14 Ty Stewart
5. #47 Cale Heilman
6. #12 Sam Howlett
7. #18 Ashton Everitt
8. #21 Dakota Wollf
9. #10 Lachlyn Anderson
10. #8 Braxton Clewes

Law Enforcement Guardian CrimeStoppers Bandolero Feature:
1. #93 Ryley Schneider
2. #14 Ty Stewart
3. #18 Ashton Everitt
4. #12 Sam Howlett
5. #21 Dakota Wollf
6. #25 Hayden Hoogaveen
7. #10 Lachlyn Anderson
8. #11 Caiden Willey
9. #47 Cale Heilman
10. #8 Braxton Clewes

Earthworks Sask Legends Series
1. #84 AJ Morrison
2. #21 Blake Erb
3. #27 Jody Stewart
4. #16 Stan Friesen
5. #3 Mike Dionne
6. #20 Audra Cooper

1. #21 Blake Erb
2. #16 Stan Friesen
3. #20 Audra Cooper
4. #3 Mike Dionne
5. #84 AJ Morrison
6. #27 Jody Stewart

Earthworks Legends Feature:
1. #21 Blake Erb
2. #16 Stan Friesen
3. #84 AJ Morrison
4. #27 Jody Stewart
5. #3 Mike Dionne
6. #20 Audra Cooper

Shell V-Power Nitro Sportsman Division
Heat A:
1. #93 Neil Schneider
2. #51 Matt Neufeld
3. #2 Kerry Neufeld
4. #53 Damen Meier
5. #5 Kirk Senger
6. #49 Shantel Kalika

Heat B:
1. #28 Cale Siemens
2. #42 Nicole Sheetka
3. #33 Ryan Thompson
4. #44 Craig Katelnikoff
5. #77 Shane James
6. #27 Rick Schurmanns

Qualifier A:
1. #2 Kerry Neufeld
2. #28 Cale Siemens
3. #51 Matt Neufeld
4. #42 Nicole Sheetka
5. #93 Neil Schneider
6. #33 Ryan Thompson

Qualifier B:
1. #49 Shantel Kalika
2. #27 Rick Schurmanns
3. #53 Damen Meier
4. #44 Craig Katelnikoff
5. #5 Kirk Senger
6. #77 Shane James

Shell V-Power Nitro Sportsman Feature:
1. #28 Cale Siemens
2. #93 Neil Schneider
3. #49 Ben Busch
4. #53 Damen Meier
5. #27 Rick Schurmanns
6. #2 Kerry Neufeld
7. #5 Kirk Senger
8. #42 Nicole Sheetka
9. #44 Craig Katelnikoff
10. #33 Ryan Thompson
11. #77 Shane James
12. #51 Matt Neufeld (Black Flag)

Market Tire Western Speed Association Super Late Model Series:
Time Trials (seconds):
1. #09 Clint Habart, 14.153
2. #8x Kelly Admiraal, 14.167
3. #17 Rob Janzen, 14.228
4. #70 Trent Seidel, 14.238
5. #99 Dusty O'Connell, 14.292
6. #55 Jim Gaunt. 14.328
7. #9 Ian Admiraal, 14.405
8. #18 Tyler Emond, 14.418
9. #15 Alex Leschenko, 14.451
10. #56 Howard Crossman, 14.462
11. #8 PJ Kondra, 14.481
12. #22 Doug Bienia, 14.490
13. #10 Kevin Dyck, 14.494
14. #62 Kenny Heintz, 14.511
15. #97 Jared Reddekopp, 14.576
16. #36 Grant Brown, 14.645
17. #12 Matthew Shirley, 14.650
18. #04 Tim Kammer, 14.694
19. #1 Brett Taylor, 14.765
20. #38 Dave Bone, 14.812
21. #83 Ken Bone, 15.060
22. #19 Cody Lang, 15.441

Heat A:
1. #10 Kevin Dyck
2. #15 Alex Leschenko
3. #97 Jared Reddekopp
4. #09 Clint Habart
5. #8 PJ Kondra
6. #17 Rob Janzen
7. #99 Dusty O'Connell
8. #9 Ian Admiraal

Heat B:
1. #62 Kenny Heintz
2. #55 Jim Gaunt
3. #8x Kelly Admiraal
4. #70 Trent Seidel
5. #56 Howard Crossman
6. #18 Tyler Emond
7. #36 Grant Brown
8. #22 Doug Bienia

Heat C:
1. #12 Matthew Shirley
2. #04 Tim Kammer
3. #1 Brett Taylor
4. #38 Dave Bone
5. #19 Cody Lang
6. #83 Ken Bone

Market Tire Western Speed Association SLM Series Feature
Lakeview Insurance 150 (laps)
1. #8x Kelly Admiraal, 150
2. #09 Clint Habart, 150
3. #17 Rob Janzen, 150
4. #56 Howard Crossman, 150
5. #12 Matthew Shirley, 150
6. #9 Ian Admiraal, 150
7. #8 PJ Kondra, 150
8. #10 Kevin Dyck, 150
9. #97 Jared Reddekopp, 150
10. #62 Kenny Heintz, 150
11. #36 Grant Brown, 148 (running)
12. #70 Trent Seidel, 145 (running)
13. #22 Doug Bienia, 144 (mechanical)
14. #1 Brett Taylor, 137 (mechanical)
15. #99 Dusty O'Connell, 131 (accident)
16. #04 Tim Kammer, 124 (mechanical)
17. #15 Alex Leschenko, 111 (mechanical)
18. #83 Ken Bone, 91 (mechanical)
19. #38 Dave Bone, 69 (accident)
20. #55 Jim Gaunt, 46 (mechanical)
21. #18 Tyler Emond, 31 (accident)

Swan Rentals 150 Race Stats:
Race time – on track:  2 hours, 9 minutes, 24 seconds
Red Flag (rain) – 37 minutes
Green Flag at 8:02pm, Checkered Flag at 10:06pm
Six Race Leaders – 36, 17, 18, 56, 09 and 8x
Seven Lead Changes – #36 led lap 1 and 2, #17 led lap 3, #18 led laps 4
to 26, #17 led laps 27 to 32, #56 led laps 33 and 34, #17 led laps 35 to
46, #09 led laps 47 to 70, and #8x led laps 71 to 150 (Finish)
9 Incident cautions in laps 3, 31, 32, 46, 69, 121, 137, 137 and 138
1 Competition caution in lap 82 for rain
1 Red Flag in lap 82 for rain (37 minutes)
0 Caution laps counted, 59 not counted
22 competition laps not counted
Lucky Bastard free pass recipients: #83, #99, #70, #22 and #97


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