Davis continues to sizzle at Chateau Raceway
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June 15, 2012  |  by Todd Narveson

LANSING, Minn. -- The threat of rain held the car count down a bit this week but the racing was still top notch at Chateau Raceway.

Austin Schrage led the L&D Ag USRA B-Mods with Scott Demmer and Kylie Kath in close pursuit. They had a dandy race up front and a caution on lap 7 kept them that way. On the restart, Kath went high, scraped the frontstretch wall and then attempted to split Schrage and Demmer. Kath made contact with Schrage in turn 2 while Demmer stole the lead. Schrage continued but then spun on the backstretch and was sent to the tail.

Demmer and Kath then continued a hot battle up front. Kath challenged for the lead several times but was unable to get past Demmer. Demmer held on for his second win of the season. Kath was second and Schrage rebounded for third while Todd Borwege and John Warrington were in the top five.

Joe Horgdal and Joel Alberts paced the French’s Repair & Fabrication USRA Modified 25-lapper. Horgdal led until lap 3 when Alberts made the pass with Brandon Davis third. Davis quickly worked past Horgdal and then drove up alongside Alberts for the lead.

Alberts and Davis were even until lap 6 when Davis took over. Horgdal was third until lap 7 when he dropped out and gave that spot to Jason Cummins. Cummins then raced Alberts for second and took that spot away on lap 9. Davis stormed away for his fourth win at Chateau with Cummins second. Alberts finished in third with last week’s winner Jacob Dahle fourth and A.J. Wiste fifth.

Next Friday, June 22, the UMSS Winged Sprint Cars invade Chateau Raceway for their second annual appearance. Front gates open at 5:30 p.m. with hot laps at 7 and racing to follow. For more information go to www.chateauraceway.net.

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American Racer USRA Weekly Racing Series
Chateau Raceway, Lansing, Minn.
Friday, June 15, 2012


Feature: 1. Scott Demmer, 2. Kylie Kath, 3. Austin Schrage, 4. Todd Borwege, 5. John Warrington, 6. Pete Kiley, 7. Terry Kohnert.

Heat: 1. Kath, 2. Schrage, 3. Borwege, 4. Demmer, 5. Kiley, 6. Warrington, 7. Kohnert.


Feature: 1. Brandon Davis, 2. Jason Cummins, 3. Joel Alberts, 4. Jacob Dahle, 5. A.J. Wiste, 6. Brandon Aggen, 7. Todd Scharkey, 8. Jeremy Misgen, 9. Michael Wytaske, 10. Darwyn Karau, 11. Josh Mattick, 12. Joe Horgdal.

Heat #1: 1. Aggen, 2. Wiste, 3. Alberts, 4. Horgdal, 5. Karau, 6. Wytaske.

Heat #2: 1. Davis, 2. Dahle, 3. Scharkey, 4. Misgen, 5. Cummins, 6. Mattick.

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