2018 Round 17: Kentucky

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2018 Round 17: Kentucky

Post by DKurtis on August 20th 2018, 7:04 pm

Michigan at night proved to showcase some action, but the drivers now head to Kentucky, where it's recently repaved track has been a slight hassle for many of the drivers. A lot of drivers still remain in the title hunt, but the time is getting much more scarce. Eric Demax has recently been released from Mace Enterprises, and will field the #16 at the track for the rest of the season. Jonathan Zoerlein has returned to Hardee's National Series action and will drive the #5 for the rest of the stand alone HNS events, with 2016 HNS champion Sean Harple driving the #5 for the double header weekends.

Entry list for Kentucky (43 Entries):

#0 - Hannah Allen (R)
#2 - Matt Daleo
#4 - Jake West
#5 - Jonathan Zoerlein (R)
#6 - Sean Angel (R)
#7 - Caleb Farrell (R)
#8 - Alex Benyacko (R)
#9 - Chris Louviere
#05 - Alexander Rowe
#07 - Emmett Juckem
#12 - Blaze McKinney
#14 - Cory Williams
#15 - Jake Rogers (R)
#16 - Eric Demax
#17 - James Richardson
#22 - Jeffrey White (R)
#26 - Vince Freeze
#27 - Daniel Bouchard
#29 - Max Ludger (R)
#36 - Kyle Keith (R)
#39 - Daniel Olson (R)
#40 - James Shelly
#51 - Rob Evans (R)
#53 - Jon Bunnell
#59 - Jack Hallec (R)
#60 - Aiden Shepherd (R)
#61 - Bradley Bishop Jr.
#62 - Samet Ozkan
#65 - Patrick Smith (R)
#66 - Anthony Marchesi (R)
#69 - Paul Jackson (R)
#70 - Carlie McDowell
#71 - TJ Martin
#74 - Robert Harrison
#81 - Elisheva Stolarz
#82 - Jonathan Wong
#86 - Kyle Basaglia
#88 - John Arndt
#92 - Will Lewis
#94 - Nick Samon
#95 - Jek Porkins (R)
#96 - Eric Monaco (R)
#99 - Vance Caldwell (R)

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Re: 2018 Round 17: Kentucky

Post by DKurtis on August 22nd 2018, 10:04 pm

Richardson on pole, West struggles in Q

James Richardson showcased some Ford power by obtaining the pole position over Alex Benyacko. Jonathan Zoerlein on his return back obtained the 4th position, and Eric Demax, now piloting the #16, will start 12th on the grid. TJ Martin will start the race 11th.

A big story came into play in qualifying, Jake West will start the race 39th. The #4 experienced some issues during qualifying when West drove too deep into turn 3, causing the car to wash up the hill massively, losing him a ton of time. West is looking to try and march his way upward towards the field to catch up to his points rivals in order to keep his chances of a championship alive.

P # DRIVER TIME
1 17 J Richardson 28.117
2 8 Alex Benyacko 28.200
3 60 Aidan Shepherd 28.209
4 5 J Zoerlein 28.214
5 2 Matt Daleo 28.249
6 88 John Arndt 28.256
7 94 Nick Samon 28.295
8 95 Jek Porkins 28.298
9 0 Hannah Allen 28.303
10 05 Alexander Rowe 28.330
11 71 TJ Martin 28.355
12 16 Eric Demax 28.359
13 66 A Marchesi 28.369
14 6 Sean Angel 28.425
15 07 Emmett Juckem 28.434
16 7 Caleb Farrell 28.468
17 82 Jonathan Wong 28.512
18 12 Blaze McKinney 28.543
19 40 James Shelly 28.554
20 92 Will Lewis 28.562
21 14 Cory Williams 28.616
22 99 Vance Caldwell 28.652
23 62 Samet Ozkan 28.672
24 69 Paul Jackson 28.676
25 26 Vince Freeze 28.677
26 53 Jon Bunnell 28.711
27 61 B Bishop Jr. 28.727
28 9 Chris Louviere 28.741
29 70 Carlie McDowell 28.817
30 27 Daniel Bouchard 28.819
31 36 Kyle Keith 28.828
32 74 Robert Harrison 28.837
33 65 Patrick Smith 28.843
34 86 Kyle Basaglia 28.851
35 29 Max Ludger 28.861
36 39 Daniel Olson 28.889
37 22 Jeffrey White 28.892
38 81 E Stolarz 28.923
39 4 Jake West 29.129
40 59 Jack Hallec 29.586
41 96 Eric Monaco 30.048
42 51 Rob Evans 30.062

DNQ: #15 Jake Rogers

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Re: 2018 Round 17: Kentucky

Post by DKurtis on August 28th 2018, 6:08 pm


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Re: 2018 Round 17: Kentucky

Post by nhood53 on August 28th 2018, 8:00 pm

26th, held our ground, really good hometown run for the driver.

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Re: 2018 Round 17: Kentucky

Post by FitzwaterAustralia59 on August 28th 2018, 9:30 pm

25th for the 59
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