Tim Rivers Wins Pure Stock Special-Don Russ Memorial
Gilpin, M. Oneal, Petro & Henning Winners

Tim RiversJune 25, 2016 - Salem's Tim Rivers picked up the $100 bonus for the most laps led during the Pure Stock Special/Don Russ Memorial in route to a $1000 payday for the victory. The win was Rivers second "Staff Management" Pure Stock victory for 2016.

Josh Hayes(Seymour) picked up the $100 bonus for the "Hard Charger" award, finishing second from his ninth starting spot. Jim Ruddick(Seymour) pocketed the $100 "Fast Time" award by clocking in with a time of 16.561 seconds during Pure Stock qualifications.

Devin Gilpin(Columbus) recorded a win in "E-Z Lift" Super Late Model action. Gilpin held off a charging Joe Godsey(Edinburgh) to get the win. Following Gilpin & Godsey was Chad Stapleton(Edinburgh), Jared Bailey(Bedford) & Jeremy Hines(Seymour).

The "P3 Graphix" Pro Late Model feature came down to a photo finish. Hudson Oneal(Martinsville) seemed to have the race under control, but during the closing laps of the race, Hudson caught the tail of the field allowing Marty Oneal(Spencer) to close the gap. Marty made one last effort to pass Hudson in turn three coming to the checkers. The two drivers made contact off turn four and crossed the finish line sideways collecting other cars at the finish. When the dust settled, the photo finish revealed Marty Oneal the winner by inches. The scoring transponders that each car is equipped with, also had Marty Oneal crossing first by .003 seconds. Following the Oneals was Chad Stapleton(Edinburgh), Matt Patus(Memphis) and Steve Barnett(Franklin).

Randy Petro(Columbus) would take his familiar green colored Super Stock to victory lane in "Woolston Automotive" Super Stocks, however his normal #95 was replaced with #33 in honor of Willie Salle as he recovers from a racing accident he had earlier this year at Bloomington Speedway.

Rod Henning proved to be the class of the field in the MMSA Winged Mini Sprint feature picking up the victory. Another good field of 34 MMSA sprints was on hand for the evening.

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Steve Barnett Pro Late Model Winner ...
Gilpin, Wilson, Stalker & Napier Winners

Steve BarnettJune 18, 2016 - Brownstown Speedway Hall of Fame driver Steve Barnett(Franklin, In) battled his way to his first Indiana Late Model Series Pro Late Model win of the season.

In a highly competitive "P3 Graphix" Pro Late Model feature, Barnett was followed at the checkers by Hudson Oneal(Martinsville, In), Remington Gill(Mitchell, In), Matt Boknecht(Seymour, In), and Shelby Miles(Blooomington, In).

Devin Gilpin(Columbus, In) found his way to victory lane for the second time this season with a victory in UMP Modified feature action.

Jamey Wilson(Seymour, In) picked up his second feature win of the season in "Woolston Automotive" Super Stocks.

Zachary Stalker(Heltonville, In) held off multiple challenges from Jim Ruddick(Seymour, In) to record his first ever Brownstown victory in "Staff Management" Pure Stocks.

Wesley Napier(New Washington, IN) held off a charging John Mayer, Jr.(Edinburgh, In) for the win at the line in "Pewter Hall" Hornets. Mayer elected to start tail on the field taking the "Pewter Hall" bonus challenge.

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Matt Boknecht Repeats Scott Patman Memorial Win...
Stapleton, Humphrey, M. Oneal & Rivers Winners

Matt BoknechtMay 28, 2016 - The 2nd annual Scott Patman Memorial was held Saturday night for the "Woolston Automotive" Super Stocks and Seymour's Matt Boknecht repeated as the events feature winner.

Boknecht jumped to the lead from his outside front row starting spot and never looked back in getting the win. Boknecht was followed by Jamey Wilson, Steve Peeden, Mike Fields, and David Brewer at the finish. Sixth place finisher Jeremy Helton advanced from his 17th starting spot to receive the "Slim Fast" Hard Charger award.

Chad Stapleton(Edinburgh, In) picked up a win in the "E-Z Lift" Super Late Models. Stapleton was followed by Steve Barnett, Jeremy Hines, Adam Bowman and Joe Godsey.

Bloomington's Raymond Humphrey came home the winner in "P3 Graphix" Pro Late Models. Hudson Oneal, Brad Barrow, Matt Boknecht and Remington Gill completed the top five.

Marty Oneal(Spencer, In) driving in his third division for the evening, recorded a victory in UMP Modified feature action.

Tim Rivers(Salem, In) would get the feature win in "Staff Management" Pure Stocks.

One hundred and sixty-four race cars were on hand for the evening.

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Thomas Goes Flag-to-Flag in USAC Feature...
Ruble, S. Bradley and Oneal Visit Victory Lane

Kevin Thomas Jr.May 21, 2016 - Kevin Thomas, Jr. and the 4J Motorsports team found USAC AMSOIL Sprint Car National Championship victory lane Saturday night at Brownstown Speedway, leading wire-to-wire in a caution-free affair at the series' first visit to the quarter-mile dirt oval since 2011.

From the drop of the green flag, Thomas was a rocket ship on the cushion as the Cullman, Alabama driver rode the topside like a rail.

Thomas earned his first series victory in 15 months, defeating Brady Bacon, Dave Darland, Thomas Meseraull, C.J. Leary, Brady Short, Robert Ballou, Aaron Farney, Tyler Courtney and Kyle Cummins.

During time trials, seventeen drivers broke the previous track record of 13.407 seconds. Dave Darland was the first driver go under 13 seconds at 12.994 seconds. A new non-wing sprint track record would be set by the final qualifier of the evening as C.J. Leary would be the second driver to break the 13 second mark, clocking in at 12.899 seconds for the new track record.

The RaceSaver Winged Sprints were on hand for the first time ever at Brownstown with Kendall Ruble of Vincennes, IN getting the victory. Ruble was followed by Ethan Barrow, Ethan Fleetwood, Dakota Jackson, and Luke Bland.

Thirty-eight MMSA Mini Sprints competed for the second time this season at the track with Scott Bradley making a last lap pass on Andy Bradley to get the victory. Brad Strunk, Danny Fitzgerald, and Lynn Ambrose rounded out the top five.

The P3 Graphix Indiana Pro Late Models also competed Saturday night. Hudson Oneal continued his winning ways, getting the victory over Marty Oneal, Justin Shaw, Raymond Humphrey, and Tyler Cain.

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Kent Robinson is Battle of the Bluegrass Winner...
Gilpin, Eddleman, Clark & Mayer Also Winners

K RobApril 23, 2016 - Thirty-six Battle of the Bluegrass Ultimate Super Late Models would invade the "Hoosier" state for the first time in 2016. Three "Hoosier" drivers Kent Robinson(Bloomington, In), Devin Gilpin(Columbus, In) & Greg Johnson(Bedford, In) would wage a fierce battle during the main event.

After the trio swapped leads throughout the event, Kent Robinson would be victorious on a last lap pass of Johnson to take home the win & the $3000 top prize. Gilpin would also get Johnson for second at the checkers as Johnson faded to third. Dustin Linville(Lancaster, Ky) and Michael Chilton(Salvisa, Ky) completed the top five.

Jason Jameson(Lawrenceburg, In) was quickest in time trials posting a new track record for the Super Late Models of 13.002 seconds on his second qualifying lap.

Devin Gilpin(Columbus, In) pulling double duty for the evening followed up his 2nd place Super Late Model finish with a victory in UMP Modifieds.

Tim Eddleman (Taylorsville, In) in "Woolston Automotive" Super Stock action picked up his first ever Brownstown Speedway Super Stock feature win.

Troy Clark(North Vernon, In) would get the feature win in "Staff Management" Pure Stocks.

The "Pewter Hall" Hornet division feature winner was John Mayer, Jr.(Edinburgh, In), his first of the year.

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2016 Point Standings

Super Late Models

1. Chad Stapleton #32    
1. Jeremy Hines #5H
3. Joe Godsey #14V
4. Steve Barnett #89
5. Shelby Miles #21R

Super Stocks

1. Jamey Wilson #45
2. Dave Brewer #31
3. Tom Ault #15
4. Jim Pfeiffer #5
5. JT Huffman #95H

UMP Modifieds

1. Victor Lee #6
2. Marty Oneal #19
3. Jacoby Hines #115
4. Rick Gumm #113
5. Chad Combs #09

ILMS Pro Late Models

1. Marty Oneal #19        
2. Remmington Gill #75
3. Raymond Humphrey #75H
4. Steven Godsey #14
5. Hudson Oneal #71

Pure Stocks

1. Jim Ruddick #7M
2. Zachary Stalker #11s
3. Dalton Fleenor #7D
4. Jeremy Huebner #28
5. Mickey Hines #43


1. Wesley Napier #95
2. John Mayer Jr. #10B
3. Jaden Mayhan #51
4. Brian Moore #67
5. Dale Bright #30

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