Davis, Powell, Stigell shine at Lakeside Speedway
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July 11, 2014  |  by Bob Libbey

KANSAS CITY, Kan. -- Kerry Davis ended a two-year Lakeside Speedway dry spell last week by winning the USRA Modified feature. This week, he made sure the dry spell wouldn’t be so long as he raced to another feature win.

While he may have won the race, it was no gimme. Davis looked strong early and led the first 11 laps. Trevor Hunt worked his way through the field and took the lead on lap 12 with Davis giving chase. Davis regained the lead on lap 17. Hunt led laps 18 and 19 and then saw his car fade away, giving up the lead to Davis yet again. Points leader Nic Bidinger needed every lap to work through the field, running down all but Davis at the end. It was only on the last lap that Bidinger was able to get past Tyler Schmidt for second. Hunt fell back to fourth. Mark Schafman rounded out the top 5.

Tim Powell continued his win-every-other-week streak in the USRA B-Mod division by leading at the end of the 15-lap event. Had it not been for consistent running he may not have won this one. Yancy Shepard was evenly matched lap after lap with Powell and was able to take the lead on lap 8 and 9 but Powell found the power to motivate back to the lead on lap 10 and would not be successfully challenged from that point on. Shepard finished second to a hard charging Jake Richards. Richards spent the last half of the race battling Chad Clancy for position with the two swapping spots repeatedly. Shadren Turner worked his way from 9th to round out the top 5.

The USRA Stock Car division feature race featured another first-time winner as Gene Stigall stomped to victory lane after the 15-lap event. Of the 11 different feature winners in the Stock Car division this season, Stigall is now the sixth driver to win a first victory at Lakeside. Stigall has won races before but none had come at Lakeside Speedway. Stigall started 5th and worked his way up to second when lady-luck shined in his direction. A lap-10 caution derailed early race leader, Brett Heeter, giving the lead to Stigall. Stigall, at that point, raced to keep Marshall Jewett and Sean Foster behind him. Jewett started 9th and finished second ahead of Foster who started seventh. Jeff Elder raced hard from 13th to finish fourth, edging out Phil Snodgrass at the line.

“Racing on the River’s Edge” continues every Friday night through October with the USRA odifieds, Grand Nationals, USRA B-Mods and USRA Stock Cars. Gates open at 5 p.m., hot laps at 6:45 and the first race gets under way at 7:30. Adult ticket prices are $12, kids 7-12 are $6 and children 6 and younger admitted free. Seniors and military personnel with ID are admitted for $10.

For more information on special events or ticket information call the Lakeside Speedway office at (913) 299-9206 or visit our official website at www.lakesidespeedway.net. You can also find us on Facebook and Twitter.

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