Angst, Queensland shine in front of packed Deer Creek Speedway
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July 16, 2016  |  by Todd Narveson

SPRING VALLEY, Minn.—The Minnesota Corn Growers Association presented “Tasseldega Nights” at Deer Creek Speedway Saturday. The event was also presented by Ag Power Enterprises, BK Millriight and Adams Graphix. This night’s racing program offered free admission to the speedway for everyone in attendance. The facility was packed to the gills on an absolutely beautiful night for racing. A field of 114 race cars checked in to perform for the huge crowd.

Alex Williamson led lap one in the Dirt Doctor Trucking USRA B-Mod feature. Brandon Hare and Cole Queensland gave chase early on as they race for second. Queensland disposed of Hare and then stormed to the lead on lap three. Williamson then had his hands full with Hare for second. Hare got the spot just before the races only caution flag.

Queensland was challenged a couple of times by Hare but was up to the challenge. Queensland drove on for his fourth win of the year. Hare came home in second with Williamson in third. Dustin Kruse made a late race charge to fourth and Parker Hale took fifth on the final lap.

Cole Queensland won the Out-Pace USRA B-Mod feature.

Jacob Dahle led the initial laps of  the NAPA Auto Care Centers USRA Modified feature. Dahle was followed by Josh Angst and Lucas Schott. There were two quick yellows to sow the race and keep things close up front. On a restart, Dahle, Schott and Angst went three abreast up front with Schott now in the lead.

Angst drove up to challenge Schott for the lead on lap five while Brad Waits passed Dahle for third. Angst took  the lead on lap six and pulled away. Even through lapped traffic, Angst was flawless and went unchallenged to the checkered flag. It was Angst’s third win of the season while Schott finished in second. Waits had a good run in third with tenth starter Jake Timm in fourth and Dahle was fifth.

Josh Angst won the USRA Modified feature.

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United States Racing Association
USRA Weekly Racing Series
Deer Creek Speedway, Spring Valley, Minn.
Saturday, July 16, 2016


Feature: Cole Queensland, Brandon Hare, Alex Williamson, Dustin Kruse, Parker Hale, JT Wasmund, Jerry Young, Kadden Kath, Miah Christensen, Cole Denner, Devon Schlumbohm, Andrew Bleess, Jim Chisholm, Jackson Hale, Trevor Fecht, Kenny Boge Jr., Nick Wagner, David Pitz, Scott Demmer, Zach Brom, Blake Arndt, Cole Christensen, Bill Stettner, Derek Clement.

B-Main #1: Bleess, Brom, Clement, Arndt, Cole Lonergan, Kenny Wytaske, Christian Warner, Russ Quinnell, Lyndon Johnson.

B-Main #2: Stettner, Semmer, Pitz, C. Christensen, Channing Warner, Steve Quinnell, Dylan Apenhorst, Greg Erickson, Josh Ihlenfeld.

Heat #1: J. Christensen, Young, Schlumbohm, Fecht, Brom, Bleess, C, Warner, Stettner, Arndt.

Heat #2: Queensland, Denner, Wagner, Boge, C. Warner, S. Quinnell, Wytaske, Erickson, Ihlenfeld.

Heat #3: Hare, Williamson, P. Hale, Kath, Clement, Johnson, Pitz, R. Quinnell.

Heat #4: Kruse, Wasmund, J. Hale, Chisholm, Demmer, C. Christensen, Lonergan, Apenhorst.


Feature: Josh Angst, Lucas Schott, Brad Waits, Jake Timm, Jacob Dahle, John Doelle, Jason Cummins, Jacob Bleess, Nate Wasmund, Bob Timm, Les Duellman, Keith Foss, Mick Glenn, Joe Horgdal, Joe Ludemann, Dustin Sorensen, Mark Motl, Joel Alberts, Alan Wagner, Levi Nielsen, Tammy Soma-Clark, Greg Jensen, Brandon Davis, Kevin Stoa, Darwyn Karau.

Heat #1: Cummins, Waits, Karau, Foss, B. Timm, Wasmund, Ludemann, Glenn, Soma-Clark.

Heat #2: Sorensen, Doelle, Davis, Angst, Alberts, Stoa, Horgdal, Wagner.

Heat #3: Schott, Dahle, J. Timm, Bleess, Duellman, Motl, Jensen.

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