Hunt wins second USRA B-Mod feature at Humboldt; Sigg officially out of retirement
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April 27, 2012  |  by Scott Lee Stewart

Thirteen-year-old Trevor Hunt knocked down win #2 on the season Friday night at the Humboldt Speedway. HUMBOLDT, Kan. -- At an age when most young men are longing for that one last better bicycle or maybe a power scooter, Trever Hunt has proven himself as a man among men.

The 13-year-old first won the last USRA B-Mod feature during Humboldt Speedway’s prestigious King of America II Modified Nationals back in March.

Now, a month later, he returns to 'The Hummer' and racks up a second feature win, wire to wire this time against some of the toughest competition to be faced anywhere.

While Hunt was cruising to victory, a tremendous battle was being waged for the runner-up spot. That scrap was won by Jimmie Davis, who raced tenaciously to put Jeremy Chambers in third. Jack Simmons and Riley Whitworth rounded out the top five.

Out of retirement, Rodney Sigg returned to the USRA Modified winners circle Friday night, starting front row outside and bidding adios to the rest of the field.

Behind Sigg it was a rough and tumble battle for runner-up claimed by Randy Zimmerman giving Mach 1 Chassis a 1-2 finish.

John Allen ran hard, as you would expect, but couldn’t find enough real estate to make it past third.

Tanner Mullens survived a scary crash to finish fourth while Brian Bolin was fifth.

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American Racer USRA Weekly Racing Series
Humboldt Speedway, Humboldt, Kan.
Friday, April 27, 2012


Heat #1: 1. Jeremy Chambers, 2.  Jimmie Davis, 3.  Jack Simmons, 4.  Scott Collins, 5.  Leon Bash, 6.  Mike Letterman, 7.  Andy Bryant, 8.  Ron Bunn.

Heat #2: 1. Trevor Hunt, 2.  Jon Westhoff, 3.  Riley Whitworth, 4.  Richard Layne, 5.  Jeremy Wilson, 6.  Kenny Shaw, 7.  Curt Drake, 8.  Jeremy Bennett.

Feature: 1. Trevor Hunt, 2.  Jimmie Davis, 3.  Jeremy Chambers, 4.  Jack Simmons, 5.  Riley Whitworth, 6.  Jeremy Wilson, 7.  Leon Bash, 8.  Scott Collins, 9.  Richard Layne, 10.  Curt Drake, 11.  Kenny Shaw, 12.  Andy Bryant, 13.  Jon Westhoff, 14.  Mike Letterman, 15.  Ron Bunn, 16.  Jeremy Bennett.


Heat #1: 1. Randy Zimmerman, 2.  Bryan Bolin, 3.  Allan Broers, 4.  Lewis Jackson, 5.  Jessy Willard, 6.  Junior Sandion, 7.  Dennis Bishop.

Heat #2: 1. Rodney Sigg, 2.  Scott Daniels, 3.  Gene Hogan, 4.  Bryce Schniepp, 5.  Dalton Kirk, 6.  Jess Folk Jr., 7.  Chase Sigg.

Heat #3: 1. John Allen, 2.  Justin Folk, 3.  Steven Bowers Jr., 4.  Paden Phillips, 5.  Tanner Mullens, 6.  Jerry Morgan, 7.  Cody Schniepp.

Feature: 1. Rodney Sigg, 2.  Randy Zimmerman, 3.  John Allen, 4.  Tanner Mullens, 5.  Brian Bolin, 6.  Justin Folk, 7.  Jessy Willard, 8.  Jess Folk Jr., 9.  Dalton Kirk, 10.  Cody Schniepp, 11.  Gene Hogan, 12.  Bryce Schniepp, 13.  Lewis Jackson, 14.  Scott Daniels, 15.  Dennis Bishop, 16.  Steven Bowers Jr., 17.  Junior Sandlion, 18.  Paden Phillips, 19.  Jerry Morgan, 20.  Allan Broers, 21.  Chase Sigg.

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