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Billy Moyer Jr. is "Hall of Fame Classic" Winner.
Nicely, Fields, and Gumm Winners Again...

Billy Moyer Jr.


August 4, 2018 - The MARS Super Late Model Racing Series made their second visit of 2018 Saturday night, for the 14th running of the "Hall of Fame Classic" paying $10,000 to win. Batesville, Arkansas's Billy Moyer Jr. started the night off with fast time overall in qualifying and took his heat race to capture the pole position for the feature event. Moyer lead flag-to-flag in the 50 lap event taking home the $10,000 payday and his second career victory at Brownstown Speedway.


Moyer held off Tanner English, Kent Robinson, Michael Kloos, and Michael Chilton for the victory. Devin Gilpin, Tim Manville, Steve Casebolt, Jason Jameson, and David Webb completed the top ten.


Tyler Nicely, Mike Fields and Rick Gumm each picked up their third feature victories in-a-row.


In "A & K Excavating" Modified feature action, Tyler Nicely would lead Devin Gilpin, Ryan Thomas, Peyton Harlow, and Jeremy Hines to notch his third win in-a-row at Brownstown.


Mike Fields would remain undefeated in "Woolston Automotive" Super Stock features, by getting his third win in-a-row and his sixth feature victory out of the six features he has ran this season.


Rick Gumm cruised to another "Pewter Hall" Pure Stocks feature win, recording his third feature win in-a-row in Pure Stocks.


During Hall of Fame ceremonies, Sam Lee, Webb Lee, Rod Harris Sr. and Steve Trabue were inducted into the Brownstown Speedway Hall of Fame.


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Devin Gilpin is "Paul Crockett Memorial" Winner.
O'Neal, Nicely, Fields, Gumm and Modesty Fair Race Winners....

Devin Gilpin with Crockett Family


July 28, 2018 - The 2018 Jackson County Fair wrapped up it's week long activities Saturday night with the running of the Grand Champion "Paul Crockett Memorial" Fair Race. Defending Super Late Model track champion Devin Gilpin would hold off all challenges from David Webb to capture his first "Paul Crocket Memorial". Gilpin now has four "EZ-Lift" Super Late Model wins and four "A & K Excavating" Modified wins at Brownstown this season.


Trailing Gilpin and Webb at the finish was Zak Blackwood, Chad Stapleton, Jared Bailey, Alan Magner, Adam Bowman, Brad Barrow, Shelby Miles and Steve Godsey.


Marty O'Neal would cruise to victory in the "Print Worx" Indiana Pro Late Model portion of the Jackson County Fair event. O'Neal would record his 4th series win ahead of Steve Peeden, Tyler Cain, Justin Shaw and Chad Combs.


Tyler Nicely has won several UMP Modified races lately and that continued Saturday night as he picked up his second "A & K Excavating" Modified feature win in-a-row at Brownstown. Devin Gilpin, Matt Boknecht, Jeremy Hines and Ryan Thomas completed the top five.


Mike Fields continued winning in "Woolston Automotive" Super Stock feature action. Fields has competed in five "Woolston Automotive" Super Stock features this season and has five wins.


Rick Gumm would back up his last "Pewter Hall" Pure Stock feature win by winning the Pure Stock event at the Jackson County Fair. This is Gumm's second win in-a-row in the "Pewter Hall" Pure Stocks.


Donnie Modesty is no stranger to victory lane at Brownstown and he found himself there again Saturday night after winning the Hornet feature event.


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Tyler Nicely Victorious in American Modified Series Feature.
Gilpin, Stapleton, Fields and Gumm Visit Victory Lane....

Tyler NicelyJuly 14, 2018 - The Summit Racing Equipment American Modified Series was on hand at the Speedway Saturday night. Owensboro, KY’s Tyler Nicely would take home the $2,000 victory as he would lead flag-to-flag to claim his second career Brownstown victory. This was also his second AMS series victory of 2018. Trent Young would pressure Nicely throughout the main event to finish second.


Adam Stricker would take third, while Scott James would be fourth and Brian Shaw would round out the top five. The remainder of the top ten would be Ryan Thomas, Tim Rivers, Lucas Lee, Marty Lindeman, and Ricky Arms.


Devin Gilpin would get his third Brownstown Speedway "EZ-Lift" Super Late Model victory of the year. Tanner English, David Webb, Chad Stapleton and Shelby Miles would follow at the finish.


Chad Stapleton would get his 4th "Print Worx" Indiana Pro Late Model feature victory for 2018. Stapleton would lead Steve Peeden, Steve Godsey, Raymond Humphrey and Skyller Lewis at the checkers.


The "Woolston Automotive" Super Stocks would compete in race #3 of 6 for the "Brandeis Super Series". Mike Fields had won the first two "Brandeis Super Series" events and made it three-for-three Saturday night getting another "Brandeis Super Series" victory. Colton Sullivan, Jason Hehman, Tim Schumpe and Aubrey Eagan rounded out the top five.


Rick Gumm would make his first visit to victory lane this season, winning the "Pewter Hall" Pure Stock feature.


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Kent Robinson is "Born Free 40" MARS Super Late Model Winner.
M. O'Neal, Gilpin, Sullivan and Huebner Feature Winners ...

Kent RobinsonJuly 7, 2018 - The MARS Super Late Model Series rolled into town for the $5000 to win 4th Annual "Born Free 40" racing event. Kent Robinson of Bloomington, IN would start third in the 22 car starting field and go on to score his first "Born Free 40" victory.


K-Rob was followed at the checkers by Devin Gilpin, Tanner English, Steve Casebolt, and Shelby Miles. Rounding out the top ten was Greg Johnson, Tim Manville, Zak Blackwood, Jackie Boggs, and Brad Barrow.


The "Print Worx" Indiana Pro Late Models were also on hand for the "Born Free 40" event. Marty O'Neal would pick up his second ILMS season win. O'Neal was followed at the finish by Raymond Humphrey, Tyler Neal, Tyler Cain, and Steve Peeden.


Devin Gilpin continued to add to his career Modified win total by winning the "A & K Excavating" Modified feature event. Gilpin has four Modified wins at the Speedway this year.


Colton Sullivan would get his third "Woolston Automotive" Super Stock feature win out of the last four Super Stock features ran at the track.


Jeremy Huebner added feature win #2 to his season total in the "Pewter Hall" Pure Stocks.


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Brownstown Speedway Announces “Brandeis Super Series”
for Woolston Automotive Super Stocks...

BrandeisBrownstown Speedway is excited to announce an additional partnership with Brandeis Machinery and Supply in conjunction with the Woolston Automotive Super Stock class. Brandeis Machinery and Supply has chosen to up the ante on six races throughout the remainder of the year. These six races in the Woolston Automotive Super Stock class will be known as the “Brandeis Super Series”. Here’s how it works:


Brandeis will be adding $300 to the winner on the specified dates. If the winner has the Brandeis logo displayed on the car (these will be provided by Brandeis and be available at Brownstown Speedway), and additional $100 will be awarded. This makes the total to the winner a possible $1,000! Sounds pretty easy doesn’t it? That’s because it is!


It doesn’t stop there, the points awarded on that race night will be accumulated and kept separately from the regular track points (yes you will still receive your track points that night to be accumulated for the year end championship total) for the total of the 6 races. At the end of the 6 races, the most accumulated points for these 6 races ONLY will receive $500. So basically on these 6 dates you will get your regular track points for season championship and the number of points (same number as track points) you will receive those specific nights will go into a separate “series” set of points.


Specified Dates of these 6 Races:


5/19/18 Winner Race #1 - Mike Fields,
6/30/18 Winner Race #2 - Mike Fields,
7/14/18 Winner Race #3 - Mike Fields,
08/18/18 -- Race #4
09/29/18 -- Race #5
10/6/18 -- Race #6


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2018 Point
Standings

Super Late Models

1. Alan Magner #17M
2. Devin Gilpin #1G
3. Steve Godsey #14
4. Karlie Holt #9H
5. Shelby Miles #21R

 

Super Stocks

1. Jason Hehman #37
2. Colton Sullivan #8
3. Aubrey Eagan #4A
4. JT Huffman #95H
5. Jack Frye #2

 

UMP Modifieds

1. Matt Boknecht #22
2. Dennis Boknecht #22D
3. Jeremy Owens #00
4. Ryan Thomas #T9
5. Jeremy Hines #16

 

ILMS Pro Late Models

1. Raymond Humphrey #75H
2. Tyler Cain #5C
3. Tyler Neal #20
4. Justin Bowling* #0
5. Zach Burton #3Z

 

Pure Stocks

1. Derek Clegg #02
2. Keaton Streeval #14S
3. Zachary Stalker #11s
4. Jeremy Huebner #28H
5. Josh Hayes #21H

 

Hornets

1. Bill Grant #52
2. Buzzy Jurek* #12
3. Andrew Roark #06A
4. Shannon Walp #45
5. Bubby Gedling #43

 

Brandeis Super Series
Standings for Super Stocks

(After Race 3 of 6)
 

1.Mike Fields #33 553
2.Colton Sullivan #8 504
3.Jason Hehman #37 502
4.Aubrey Eagan #4A496
5.Jack Frye #2 463
6.Jim Ruddick #3R463
7.Tim Schumpe #32 462
8.JT Huffman #95H461
9.David Brewer #31 434
10.Steve Hollars #18 431
11.Zach Sasser #79 427
12.Webb Lee #L66 426
13.Tom Ault #1A419
14.Matt Terry #3 418
15.Josh Divine #29 317
16.Tyler Cooper #1 272
17.Tucker Chastain #75 198
18.Josh Turner #7T157
19.Quintin Strope #6 145
20.Justin Jeffries #05 140
21.Branden Carr #51C 139
22.Trey Chastain #99137
23.Ryan Hannah #35135
24.Jeff Shephard Jr. #46133
25.Dan Morgan #29M131
26.Marty Cooper #00130
27.Greg Garrison #2G25

 


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