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Jul 8, 2017 09:32 AM EDT

PARMENTER AUTOMOTIVE NIGHT OUTLAW SPEEDWAY-JULY 7, 2017

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE        JULY 7, 2017
CONTACT:  PAUL SZMAL    (315) 759-0176    drwho941@yahoo.com

DUNDEE, NY.....Parmenter Automotive presented Family Autograph Night at Outlaw Speedway on a clear but muggy 

evening.  115 race cars filled the pit area, with many drivers bringing their cars to the front stretch during intermission for an 

autograph session that was well received by the fans in attendance.

Kyle Coffey leapt into the lead of the 30-lap Friendly Dodge Outlaw Modified feature as Steve Paine and Matt Sheppard 

tore through the pack from their mid pack starting spots.  Paine motored past Coffey for the lead on lap 8 and Sheppard 

grabbed the runnerup spot one lap later as Alan Johnson moved into the top five.  Johnson moved past Coffey for third at 

lap 15 as Sheppard started to reel in leader Paine.  The yellow flew for a Lee Bills spin on lap 16, which tightened the field.  

Sheppard used the outside to grab the lead on the restart  and pulled away from Paine for his sixth win of the year.  Paine 

and Johnson were followed across the line by Kyle Coffey and Tyler Siri.

Friendly Dodge Outlaw Modified heats were won by Alan Johnson, Matt Sheppard, and Eldon Payne.

After a lap 1 scramble kocked out front row starter Eric Williams, the 20-lap Crate Sportsman main event saw Josh Keesey 

grab the top spot over Brian Fish, with Rob Bussey moving to third.  Bussey grabbed second and chased after Keesey 

while Fish battled with Todd Heward for third.   As Karl Comfort moved into the top five at lap 10, Bussey headed pitside 

with issues, moving Fish and Heyward into second and third.  Fish used the outside to take the lead on lap 14 with Heyward 

in tow.  That duo broke away from the field and Fish had a half a straightawy at the finish for his first Crate Sportsman win 

of the season with Heyward in second.  Keesey, Doug Smith, and Karl Comfort rounded out the top five.

The Crate Sportsman heats were won by Josh Keesey, Brian Fish, and Rob Bussey.

In the 20-lap Crate Late Model feature event, Chris Fleming jumped out to the early lead over Rich Michael Jr.  Brian 

Knowles moved into second on lap 7 Fleming had mechanical problems one lap later and dropped out, giving the lead to 

Knowles.  Knowles drove away to a comfortable lead to take the win over Michael Jr, Brad Smith, and Fleming.

The Crate Late Model heat race was won by Rich Michael Jr.

The 20-lap Street Stock feature started with James Kreidler III taking the early lead.  Glenn Whritenour had moved into 

second by the first caution on lap 4 and took the lead on the restart as Dan Mazzarese moved past Kreidler into the second 

spot.  As Whritenour led, Mazzarese battled with Jared Hill and Bob Buono as Chuck Winslow, who started in the rear 

after problems in his heat, cracked the top five.  Mazzarese pulled up with a flat tire on lap 12 and Buono dropped out 

under the caution, moving Jared Hill and CJ Guererri into the top 3.  Guererri took second on the restart, but Whritenour 

could not be caught, taking another win in the competitive division.  Guererri, Hill, Winslow, and Quinn Sutherland rounded 

out the top five.

Street Stock heats were won by Carl Cleveland and CJ Guererri.

The 4 Cylinder feature started with an incident on the frontstretch that sent Adam Delgrosso hard into the front stretch wall 

and fence.  After a lengthy delay for cleanup, the race resumed with Joey Clark leading the opening laps while facing stiff 

challenges from Erica Bell and Ray Hyer.  Bell took the lead on lap 9 and Hyer slipped into second.  The yellow flew on lap 

13 when Scott Lehman's engine blew, laying fluid down on the racing surface through turns one and two.  Hyer grabbed the 

lead at that point and pulled away for another win as Bell battled with Mike Stone and Chad Ayers.  At the line, Stone had 

moved to second, followed by Bell, Ayers, and Clark.

4 Cylinder heats were won by Adam Delgrosso, Ray Hyer, and and Chad Ayers.

Dave Decker led the first half of the Farmers Insurance/Marion Decker Agency Hobby Stock feature, but Marc Minutolo 

took the lead at the halfway point and motored to another win over Buck Mills, Decker, and Allison Pierce.

In the Winners Circle Deli Bandit feature, Braden Buchanan battled Austin LaBar till Buchanan slid high on lap 5 and 

brought out the caution.  Buchanan tangled with Steven Perkins III on the restart and they both went hard into the turn 2 

wall.  Both drivers were OK.  Cole Youse took the lead on the restart to take another win over Austin LaBar, Perkins III, 

Buchanan, and Matt Irwin.

The Classics on Dirt Vintage Modifieds made a visit at Outlaw Friday night as well, with local competitor Mark Schenk 

beating Rob Casti and Frank Blanchard to the line for the win in thier 12-lap feature.

Due to the lateness of the our and the amount of time required to handle the 4 Cylilnder crash, the program was called 

complete at that point.  The IMCA Modified feature will be made up on July 14th.

IMCA Modified heats were won by Billy Ward and Rich Michael.

4 Cylinder heats were won by Adam Delgrosso, Ray Hyer, and and Chad Ayers.

Racing continues at Outlaw Speedway Friday night, July 14th, when 1 on 1 Spectator Races will be the special added 

attraction, along with the makeup feature for the IMCA Modifieds.  Racing begins at 7pm.  For more information, visit 

www.outlawspeedwayllc.com.

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