July 6, 2024 | By Rick Staley

Wettengel, Turner triumph at Lakeside Speedway

KANSAS CITY,, Kansas — Lakeside Speedway would like to thank all Drivers, Crews, Fans and Staff for another great night of racing action and family fun. We apologize for the postponement of our fireworks display as we will obtain the correct permit as required and proceed.

E-Mod would kick off our night of racing action with #6 Zach Boyd, #47 Paul Carter and #29 Dennis Melvin all winning their perspective heat races. Melvin would take the early lead with Boyd and Carter challenging. Boyd would make his move to capture the lead and hold off late race movers Chris Dishong #41 and Josh Boyd #9X in the closing laps. Devin Dultimeier #8 was in the hunt for the front along with the always fast #00 of Justin Dunn. Scary moment early as contact on track would send Corey Myers #51 hard into the front stretch wall. Myers would be ok but the car was demolished taking him from the race. As the checkers fell and post-race inspection completed Boyd would pick up his second feature win in as many weeks and celebrate in Nextran Victory Lane. Devin Dultimeier placed second with Melvin third. Fourth would belong to Justin Dunn with #16D Brian Dultimeier rounding out the night’s top five finishers.

Pure Stocks would take to the track next and put on a show as always for the crowd in attendance. Heat race winners Don Marrs #9, Ed Noll #15 and Tim Pruett #46 would start at the front with Noll taking the early lead. Marrs would challenge Noll early and often until a flat tire would send Marrs to the pits early ending his night. Ed Noll would continue to lead with hot racing action behind the leader with Pruett, John Snyder #6 and the #67 of Jeff Goepferich Jr all competing for position. Rieli Yonts #8Y was the big mover of the feature working his way through the pack. Ed Noll would not be denied and claim his fifth win of this 2024 racing season at Lakeside Speedway and celebrate in Nextran Truck Center Victory Lane. Goepferich Jr and Snyder would have a heated battle for second with Goepferich claiming second leaving Snyder to place third. Fourth place would belong to Tim Pruett with Rieli Yonts placing a solid fifth place on the night.

USRA B-Mods never disappoint and this night would be no different with #7J Jake Richards, #311 John Baker and #56 Shadren Turner all winning their heat races. Turner would use a front row starting position to charge out front as Richards would have trouble from the drop of the green sending him to the hot lane for repairs. On the restart, #68 Kerry Davis would charge to the top of the track only to have trouble as well taking him from the race. Turner would see a challenge from the two #57 cars as both Aaron Marrant and Chad Clancy would take their turns battling for the top spot. The always fast and consistent Tim Karrick #1K would make his presence felt among the leaders with #549 Patrick Royalty moving to the front as well. Turner would not be denied picking up the feature win with Marrant second and Chad Clancy third on the night. Karrick would claim the fourth spot as Royalty would cross the line a solid fifth on the night.

Heat race winners in USRA Stock Car were #00 Nick Whalen, #27 David Oxford and #91J Jaylen Wettengel setting the stage for a stellar feature. David Oxford would find speed early looking like the car to beat until mechanical issues would take him from win contention as Wettengel would take over the lead. Wettengel would see challenges from Randy Foote #37, Kacey Shields #42C and Darren Schmidt #85 throughout the feature.  Mid-Race would see a red flag condition as Mike Wahwahsuck #10W would flip in turn #3. Wahwahsuck would exit the car sore but ok with a damaged race car. Foote would challenge Wettengel to no avail leaving him and Shields to battle for second on this night of competition. Chris Dishong #16S would be in the hunt until he would make contact with the turn 1 and 2 wall ending his night. Gerld Wahwahsuck would have problems in turn 3 and suffer hard contact taking him from contention as well as the race progressed. Nick Whalen would be among the leaders until his hood flew up blocking his vision taking him to the hot lane for repairs as Wettengel would not be denied the lead. Impressing the fans, Wettengel would bicycle his #91J on two wheels in turn one but settle the car down and continue his march to Nextran Victory Lane. Wettengel would park in Victory Lane with Foote crossing the line second with Shields a very close third. Darrin Schmidt would place a solid fourth with Fort Gibson, Oklahoma Driver Andy Morris #127 rounding out the night’s top five.



A Feature 1 (15 Laps): 1. 15-Ed Noll[1]; 2. 67-Jeff Goepferich Jr[10]; 3. 6-John Snyder[4]; 4. 46-Tim Pruett[3]; 5. 8Y-Rieli Yonts[12]; 6. 25-Tim Billings[7]; 7. 56-Joseph Smith Jr[6]; 8. 15E-Eddy Noll[16]; 9. 56K-Nicholas Smith[13]; 10. 64-Kaelob Jones[8]; 11. 61-Joe Sowers[9]; 12. 2Y-Chase Yonts[14]; 13. 403-Darrin Christy[11]; 14. (DNF) 105-Clint Hedge Jr[5]; 15. (DNF) 9-Don Marrs[2]; 16. (DNS) 66A-Landon Brown; 17. (DNS) 07-JOE DICKEY; 18. (DNS) 7-Marshall Jewett

Heat 1 (6 Laps): 1. 9-Don Marrs[2]; 2. 6-John Snyder[5]; 3. 64-Kaelob Jones[1]; 4. 67-Jeff Goepferich Jr[6]; 5. 56K-Nicholas Smith[3]; 6. 66A-Landon Brown[4]

Heat 2 (6 Laps): 1. 15-Ed Noll[5]; 2. 56-Joseph Smith Jr[1]; 3. 61-Joe Sowers[3]; 4. 403-Darrin Christy[6]; 5. (DNF) 7-Marshall Jewett[4]; 6. (DNF) 07-JOE DICKEY[2]

Heat 3 (6 Laps): 1. 46-Tim Pruett[2]; 2. 25-Tim Billings[1]; 3. 105-Clint Hedge Jr[6]; 4. 8Y-Rieli Yonts[3]; 5. 2Y-Chase Yonts[5]; 6. 15E-Eddy Noll[4]


A Feature 1 (12 Laps): 1. 6-Zach Boyd[2]; 2. 8-Devin Dultmeier[8]; 3. 29-Dennis Melvin[1]; 4. 00-Justin Dunn[9]; 5. 16D-Brian Dultmeier[16]; 6. 21-Vic Tranckino[7]; 7. 5J-Jeff Goepferich Sr[14]; 8. 16L-Paul Lanfermann II[15]; 9. 75L-Shaunie Lanning[13]; 10. C4-Chance Wilson[11]; 11. 95-Dale Hughes[17]; 12. 10A-Jonathan Peters[19]; 13. (DNF) 47-Paul Carter[3]; 14. (DNF) 79-Jason Park[6]; 15. (DNF) 61-Jeff Degroot[12]; 16. (DNF) 51-Corey Myers[10]; 17. (DNS) 1R-Jordan Clem; 18. (DQ) 41-Chris Dishong[4]; 19. (DQ) 9X-Josh Boyd[5]

Heat 1 (6 Laps): 1. 6-Zach Boyd[2]; 2. 79-Jason Park[1]; 3. 9X-Josh Boyd[6]; 4. 51-Corey Myers[7]; 5. 16L-Paul Lanfermann II[4]; 6. 16D-Brian Dultmeier[5]; 7. 95-Dale Hughes[3]

Heat 2 (6 Laps): 1. 47-Paul Carter[1]; 2. 41-Chris Dishong[4]; 3. 8-Devin Dultmeier[5]; 4. C4-Chance Wilson[2]; 5. 75L-Shaunie Lanning[6]; 6. 10A-Jonathan Peters[3]

Heat 3 (6 Laps): 1. 29-Dennis Melvin[4]; 2. 21-Vic Tranckino[2]; 3. 00-Justin Dunn[5]; 4. 61-Jeff Degroot[1]; 5. 5J-Jeff Goepferich Sr[6]; 6. (DNS) 1R-Jordan Clem


A Feature 1 (15 Laps): 1. 56-Shadren Turner[1]; 2. 57M-Aaron Marrant[6]; 3. 57C-Chad Clancy[5]; 4. 1K-Tim Karrick[7]; 5. 49-Patrick Royalty[8]; 6. 1-Kyle Henning[13]; 7. 311-John Baker[3]; 8. 42-Sam Florence[10]; 9. 97-Ron Hartford[9]; 10. 214-Eric Spreer[12]; 11. 36-Brian Andrews[11]; 12. 5ER-Kevin McGinnis[17]; 13. 711-Bill Ruisinger[15]; 14. 36A-Travis Alexander[14]; 15. (DNF) 8-Terry Bruner[18]; 16. (DNF) 12C-Stephen Clancy[16]; 17. (DNF) 7J-Jake Richards[2]; 18. (DNF) 68-Kerry Davis[4]; 19. (DNS) 354-Briceson Crockertt

Heat 1 (6 Laps): 1. 7J-Jake Richards[2]; 2. 57M-Aaron Marrant[3]; 3. 1K-Tim Karrick[4]; 4. 49-Patrick Royalty[7]; 5. 1-Kyle Henning[1]; 6. 12C-Stephen Clancy[5]; 7. 354-Briceson Crockertt[6]

Heat 2 (6 Laps): 1. 311-John Baker[2]; 2. 68-Kerry Davis[4]; 3. 97-Ron Hartford[1]; 4. 36-Brian Andrews[6]; 5. 36A-Travis Alexander[5]; 6. 5ER-Kevin McGinnis[3]

Heat 3 (6 Laps): 1. 56-Shadren Turner[3]; 2. 57C-Chad Clancy[4]; 3. 42-Sam Florence[1]; 4. 214-Eric Spreer[2]; 5. 711-Bill Ruisinger[5]; 6. 8-Terry Bruner[6]


A Feature 1 (20 Laps): 1. 91J-Jaylen Wettengel[2]; 2. 37-Randy Foote[5]; 3. 42C-Kacey Shields[7]; 4. 85-Darrin Schmidt[12]; 5. 127-Andy Morris[9]; 6. 28D-Gary Donaldson[16]; 7. 32-Brent Fielder[18]; 8. 39K-Shane Schmidt[20]; 9. 33X-Justin Custer[22]; 10. 105-Clint Hedge[4]; 11. 9X-Anthony Manley[24]; 12. 9S-Devin Stock[17]; 13. 13D-Brian Peters[25]; 14. 00-Nick Whalen[3]; 15. (DNF) 292-Blake Peeler[6]; 16. (DNF) 11W-Gerald Wahwahsuck[10]; 17. (DNF) 824-Chris Barnard[13]; 18. (DNF) 74-Rodney Schweizer[11]; 19. (DNF) 27-David Oxford[1]; 20. (DNF) 16S-Chris Dishong[8]; 21. (DNF) 3X-Tony Manley[15]; 22. (DNF) 54-Buz Kaster[21]; 23. (DNF) 2-David Powell[23]; 24. (DNF) 10W-Mike Wahwahsuck[14]; 25. (DNF) T2-Tom Fogarty[19]; 26. (DNS) 7K-Kyle Hamby

Heat 1 (6 Laps): 1. 00-Nick Whalen[3]; 2. 16S-Chris Dishong[2]; 3. 42C-Kacey Shields[6]; 4. 85-Darrin Schmidt[1]; 5. 74-Rodney Schweizer[8]; 6. 28D-Gary Donaldson[4]; 7. 39K-Shane Schmidt[7]; 8. 33X-Justin Custer[9]; 9. 9X-Anthony Manley[5]

Heat 2 (6 Laps): 1. 27-David Oxford[6]; 2. 292-Blake Peeler[4]; 3. 105-Clint Hedge[9]; 4. 824-Chris Barnard[1]; 5. 10W-Mike Wahwahsuck[2]; 6. 9S-Devin Stock[3]; 7. T2-Tom Fogarty[8]; 8. 2-David Powell[7]; 9. 13D-Brian Peters[5]

Heat 3 (6 Laps): 1. 91J-Jaylen Wettengel[4]; 2. 37-Randy Foote[5]; 3. 11W-Gerald Wahwahsuck[2]; 4. 127-Andy Morris[7]; 5. 3X-Tony Manley[1]; 6. 32-Brent Fielder[3]; 7. 54-Buz Kaster[6]; 8. (DNF) 7K-Kyle Hamby[8]


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