Competition may have looked tight in the heat races Friday night, but when it came to the longer features, Dominic Ursetta was in a league of his own. He won in both the stock car and modifieds divisions, and he made it look easy. — The Holyoke Enterprise | Johnson Publications
Drivers get down and dirty at PCR
Last Friday night, Phillips County Raceway featured midseason championships for five International Motor Contest Association divisions: stock cars, sport mods, sport compacts, modifieds and hobby stocks. The lineup also included the first night of Colorado’s dwarf car state championships and the Riverside Rumble. The High Plains Late Model Series rounded out a night of good old fashioned dirt track entertainment.
The July 17 top feature finishers in each IMCA division follow, in order of placing:
Stock cars — D. Ursetta, J. Bellm, T. Demilt, J. Whiting, M. Earll and B. Aeby.
Sport mods — D. Concelman, B. Lundock, M. Ziegler, C. Jones, M. Florom, M. Firme and D. Beaman.
Sport compacts —M. Johnsen, N. Koehn and B. Leibhart.
Modifieds — D. Ursetta, B. Clough, M. Quint, T. Quint, M. Opatik, A. Steffens, J. Hansen, G. Sharpe, and J. Freiner.
Hobby stocks — T. Clough, T. Jones, A. Davis, B. Henderson, C. Smith, C. Baney, J. Moore, J. Wagner, S. Cooper, C. Gibbs, W. Foster.
In the first night of the Colorado Dwarf Car State Championship and Riverside Rumble at PCR, the top 10 finishers were Taylor Hunter, Ben Haney, Dawson Fischer, Crystal Breese, Bruce Napier, Sean Banks, William Taylor, Jerry Hunter, Rusty Degroat and Jason Woods.
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