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Cornelius Takes Hobo 100 Stock Car Shootout

Cornelius Takes Hobo 100 Stock Car Shootout

Hancock County Speedway received a little rain Thursday, just enough to help water the track for the Annual Stock Car Shootout during the Hancock County District Fair Friday Night Races. Friday Night was the Hobo 100 sponsored by McNeese Tire & Automotive, Communications 1 Network and Edwards Manufacturing Company.

One Hundred Twenty Four cars checked in for the Hobo 100 races including 48 Quick Performance IMCA Stock Cars. Twenty-Four IMCA Modifieds, 28 House Motorsports IMCA Sport Mods, 19 MPM Marketing IMCA Hobby Stocks and 5 IMCA Sport Compacts. Dean Cornelius won the Stock Cars, Jordan Grabouski won the Modifieds, Jim Chisholm wins in the Sport Mods, Bryce Sommerfeld wins in the Hobby Stocks and Oliver Monson won in the Sport Compacts.

Seventy-five cars checked in for the Tuesday Night Race including Thirty-One Arnold Motor Supply Dirt Knights Tour IMCA Modifieds, 16 House Motorsports IMCA Sport Mods, 13 Quick Performance IMCA Stock Cars and 15 MPM Marketing IMCA Hobby Stocks. Colby Fett, Kyle Brown and Cody Nielsen nabbed the support class features.

First feature of the night was the IMCA Sport Compacts 10 lap feature event. Lucas Parsons took the lead on the opening lap but Oliver Monson powered his way by on lap two. Monson criused on to his fifth win in Britt. Parsons finished second ahead of Sam Umbarger, Jade Lange and Ken Winkowitsch.

House Motorsports IMCA Sport Mods 15 lap Hobo 100 Feature was next on the race track. Track Champion George Nordman grabbed the early lead but that was short lived when the caution came out for debris in turn four. Nordman had to battle with Doug Cook on the restart, Cook worked the top side just right to take over the top spot on lap two. The caution came out again on lap four for Kevin Wiemers in turn two. Cook, Nordman and now Doug Smith made it a three car battle for the top spot with Cook holding on, only to see the caution come out again on lap five when Jason Bass blows up in turn three. Cook look strong holding off challenges from Smith and Nordman until the final race caution came out on lap 12. On the final restart, Cook had to contend with Smith, Nordman and Jim Chisholm. Chisholm got a great restart got by Cook, Smith and Nordman and took the top spot away on lap 13. Chisholm pulled away and went on to take his first win at the Hancock County Speedway. Ninth place starter Jared Boumeester, Cook, Nordman and Smith rounded out the top five.

Kelly Shryock grabbed the early lead in the IMCA Modifieds 25 lap feature from his outside front row wrestling it away from Cody Laney. Laney did not go away and wrestled the lead away from Shryock on lap four. The caution came out on lap five for Bradie Becker in turn two and then again a lap later on lap six for debris on the front stretch. Shryock and Laney continued their battle but they were not joined by Nick Meyer and Jordan Grabouski. Laney continued to lead working the bottom side of the speedway with Grabouski working the top side of the speedway and as lap traffic was getting heavy in front of your leaders, Grabouski knew it was time to make a bid for the top spot. Grabouski took the top spot away on lap 22 and led the remaining laps to take the win. Laney finished second, Ethan Dotson was third, Shryock fell back to fourth and eleventh place starter Austin Wolf was fifth.

Bryce Sommerfeld flexed his muscles strong in the MPM Marketing IMCA Hobby Stocks 20 lap feature by leading the entire distance but it was not easy as Cody Nielsen and Brandon Nielsen will right in his tire tracks. Cody Nielsen tried to take the lead away but jumped the cushion allowing Sommerfeld to hold on to the lead. The caution flags came out twice on lap 15, first for Travis Johnson in turn three, then again on the restart when Charlie Stevens lost a driveshaft and hit the front stretch wall. Sommerfeld held off the Nielsen Brothers only to see the caution come out again on lap 16, Josh Sidles spun on the backstretch. Sommerfeld was not fazed as he held on to take his first win in Britt ahead of Cody Nielsen meanwhile Brandon Nielsen had a tire go down on the last lap pushing him back to eighth. Tenth place starter Zach Hemmingsen finished third ahead of twelveth place starter Zack Smidt and Kyle Sidles.

Final feature of the night was the Quick Performance IMCA Stock Cars 25 lap feature for $4,300 to win. Minnesota Drivers Curt Lund and Ned Kalis battled it out for the top spot with Lund leading the first five laps despite several challanges from Kalis. Dean Cornelius made a three car fight for the top spot until he grabbed the lead away on lap six. Cornelius continued to lead until Lund made a move and nosed ahead on lap 13. Cornelius grabbed the top spot back on lap 14 but held off late race challenges from Jake Masters and Matt Speckman to take his second win of 2019 at Hancock County. Masters, Speckman, Lund and fourteenth place starter Derek Green finished second through fifth respectively.

The Hancock County Speedway will take a week off because of the Kossuth County Fair Races on Thursday and Saturday Next week in Algona and to get ready for Nights of Stars Weekend on August 8th, 9th and 10th.

Racing action will conclude the 25th Anniversary Season with Nights of Stars Weekend on Thursday August 8th for the IMT Transport 25th Annual Night of 1,000 Stars. Corteva Agriscience and Asmus Farm Supply Night of 10,000 Stars on Friday August 9th and then Bob Shryock Memorial Night of All-Stars sponsored by Lake Mills Motorsports on Saturday August 10th. IMCA Modifieds, IMCA Stock Cars, IMCA Sport Mods and IMCA Hobby Stocks will be racing all three nights.

For information about the Hancock County Speedway celebrating its 25th Anniversary check out HancockCountySpeedway.com or Like the Hancock County Speedway on Facebook.

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Hobo 100 sponsored by McNeese Tire & Automotive and Comm 1 Network
Hancock County District Fair

Friday July 26th, 2019

IMCA Modifieds

A Feature (25 Laps): 1. 30G Jordan Grabouski (Beatrice, NE); 2. 5L Cody Laney (Torrance, CA); 3. 175 Ethan Dotson (Bakersfield, CA); 4. 3 Kelly Shryock (Fertile); 5. 72 Austin Wolf (Algona); 6. 10 Jeremy Mills (Garner); 7. 10C Cayden Carter (Oskaloosa); 8. 555 Ryan Ruter (Kanawha); 9. 2 Nick Meyer (Whittemore); 10. 24 Aaron Benson (Clear Lake); 11. 71 Jeff James (Stanton); 12. 009 Jason Asbe (Clear Lake); 13. 343 Jeff Feaster (Humboldt); 14. 7S Todd Stinehart (Waseca, MN); 15. 49K Cody Knecht (Whittemore); 16. 22 Alan Bohlman (Cambridge, MN); 17. 5B Bradie Becker (Burt); 18. 73 Jesse Hoeft (Forest City); 19. 46M Loren Pesicka Jr (Algona); 20. 9 Ben Kraus (Britt); 21. 21D David Brown (Kellogg); 22. 17 Joe Roberts (New Ulm, MN); 23. 21K Kyle Brown (Madrid); 24. 21B Jason Brees (Meriden)

Heat 1 (8 Laps): 1. Laney; 2. Wolf; 3. Knecht; 4. Benson; 5. James; 6. Bohlman; 7. Hoeft; 8. Roberts
Heat 2 (8 Laps): 1. Meyer; 2. Kyle Brown; 3. Grabouski; 4. Mills; 5. Carter; 6. Feaster; 7. Stinehart; 8. Pesicka
Heat 3 (8 Laps): 1. Dotson; 2. Ruter; 3. Asbe; 4. Shryock; 5. David Brown; 6. Kraus; 7. Becker; DNS Brees

House Motorsports IMCA Sport Mods

A Feature (20 Laps): 1. 24C Jim Chisholm (Osage); 2. 81 Jared Boumeester (Waseca, MN); 3. 25 Doug Cook (Algona); 4. 90 George Nordman (Mason City); 5. 12 Doug Smith (Lanesboro); 6. 00 Colby Fett (Algona); 7. 25B Adam Bohlman (Hinckley, MN); 8. 08 Alec Fett (Thompson); 9. 25C Cody Thompson (Sioux City); 10. XXX Mathew Hanson (Klemme); 11. 88 Nate Chodur (Lake Mills); 12. 22 Cole Ignaszewski (New Richland, MN); 13. 3W Randy Winter (Winnebago, MN); 14. 25S Alex Smith (Algona); 15. 28 Autum Anderson (Mason City); 16. 18 Zack Tannahill (Clear Lake); 17. 88N Nate Albrant (Britt); 18. 6 Corey Klouse (Mason City); 19. 2 Ariel Mueller (Princeton, MN); 20. 008 Drew Fett (Thompson); 21. 18W Kevin Wiemers (Burt); 22. 32X Gerald Curry (Luverne); 23. 2J Jeff Carter (Mapleton, MN); 24. 5J Jacob Tacheny (Burt); 25. 49 Nate Whitehurst (Mason City); 26. 4 Jason Bass (Fort Dodge); 27. 24 Kent Haugland (Wesley); 28. 9J Jeremiah Reed (Otho)

Heat 1 (8 Laps): 1. Hanson; 2. Alec Fett; 3. Whitehurst; 4. Winter; 5. Bohlman; 6. Chodur; 7. Bass; 8. Klouse; 9. Mueller; 10. Drew Fett
Heat 2 (8 Laps): 1. Smith; 2. Boumeester; 3. Colby Fett; 4. Curry; 5. Ignaszewski; 6. Anderson; 7. Tacheny; 8. Wiemers; 9. Alex Smith
Heat 3 (8 Laps): 1. Thompson; 2. Chisholm; 3. Cook; 4. Nordman; 5. Carter; 6. Albrant; 7. Haugland; 8. Tannahill; 9. Reed

Quick Performance IMCA Stock Cars

A Feature (25 Laps): 1. 9 Dean Cornelius (New Prague, MN); 2. 11 Jake Masters (Graettinger); 3. 81X Matt Speckman (Sleepy Eye, MN); 4. 30L Curt Lund (Redwood Falls, MN); 5. 32 Derek Green (Granada, MN); 6. 10CC Cayden Carter (Oskaloosa); 7. 3S Kelly Shryock (Fertile); 8. 14Z Ned Kalis (Wells, MN); 9. 21K Kyle Brown (Madrid); 10. AK46 Gary Pesicka (Burt); 11. 14 Chad Palmer (Renwick); 12. 92B Brian Blessington (Breda); 13. 92 Dan Mackenthun (Hamburg, MN); 14. 33VH Dusty Van Horn (Atlantic); 15. 14W David Wickman (Emmetsburg); 16. 66Z Elijah Zevenbergen (Ocheyedan); 17. 44K Kevin Opheim (Mason City); 18. 33 Matt Schauer (Arlington, MN); 19. 30 Jordan Grabouski (Beatrice, NE); 20. 7L Jeff Larson (Lakefield, MN); 21. 43 Calvin Lange (Humboldt); 22. 77M Jeff Mueller (Albion); 23. 27 Randy Brands (Boyden); 24. 50 Heath Tulp (Britt); 25. 81 Devin Smith (Lake City)

B Feature 1 (10 Laps): 1. Speckman; 2. Carter; 3. Mackenthun; 4. Larson; 5. 6 Chanse Hollatz (Clear Lake); 6. 02 Jeff Dolphin (Britt); 7. 35 Donavon Smith (Lake City); 8. 23 Cody Gustoff (Scranton); 9. Lange; 10. TNT2 Devin Tripp (Sioux Rapids); 11. 38C Kellie Drury (Eldora); 12. 7I Andrew Inman (Mason City)

B Feature 2 (10 Laps): 1. Green; 2. Devin Smith; 3. Zevenbergen; 4. Van Horn; 5. 98 Dan Hanselman (Algona); 6. 21 Andrew Borchardt (Plymouth); 7. 81D Scott Davis (Madrid); 8. 1G Patrick Graham (Ankeny); 9. 7 Andrew Lokenvitz (Charles City); 10. 46 Cody Frerichs (Bristow); 11. 8 David Smith (Lake City); 12. 33C Brandon Czarapata (Pulaski, WI)

B Feature 3 (10 Laps): 1. Shryock; 2. Tulp; 3. Blessington; 4. Mueller; 5. 30X David Moriarty (Jordan, MN); 6. 27B Bruce Wickman (Emmetsburg); 7. 67II Christopher Toot (Albert Lea, MN); 8. TNT Roger Tripp (Sioux Rapids); 9. 03 Matt Baker (Britt); 10. 77K Jacob Kofoot (Bode); 11. 9Z AJ Zimmerman (Cleveland, MN); 12. 2 Wayne Landheer (Thompson)

Heat 1 (8 Laps): 1. Brown; 2. Cornelius; 3. Mackenthun; 4. Carter; 5. Dolphin; 6. Devin Tripp; 7. Drury; DNS Inman
Heat 2 (8 Laps): 1. Opheim; 2. Brands; 3. Van Horn; 4. Green; 5. Frerichs; 6. David Smith; 7. Graham; 8. Lokenvitz
Heat 3 (8 Laps): 1. Grabouski; 2. Kalis; 3. Shryock; 4. Tulp; 5. Blessington; 6. Moriarty; 7. Kofoot; 8. Landheer
Heat 4 (8 Laps): 1. David Wickman; 2. Schauer; 3. Speckman; 4. Hollatz; 5. Larson; 6. Donavon Smith; 7. Lange; 8. Gustoff
Heat 5 (8 Laps): 1. Masters; 2. Pesicka; 3. Zevenbergen; 4. Borchardt; 5. Devin Smith; 6. Hanselman; 7. Davis; 8. Czarapata
Heat 6 (8 Laps): 1. Palmer; 2. Lund; 3. Mueller; 4. Zimmerman; 5. Toot; 6. Roger Tripp; 7. Bruce Wickman; 8. Baker

MPM Marketing IMCA Hobby Stocks

A Feature (20 Laps): 1. 50 Bryce Sommerfeld (Fort Dodge); 29N Cody Nielsen (Spencer); 3. 3Z Zach Hemmingsen (Marne); 4. 81 Zack Smidt (Mason City); 5. 8 Kyle Sidles (Emmetsburg); 6. 18Z Zac Smith (Manly); 7. 83 Scott Dobel (Manly); 8. T8 Brandon Nielsen (Spencer); 9. 32 Tony Smidt (Britt); 10. 301 Chad Krug (Emmetsburg); 11. 55B Blaine Hanson (Klemme); 12. 3JR Jace Hanson (Kllem); 13. 15 Travis Johnson (Fertile); 14. 35 Connor Smith (Garner); 15. 99X Josh Sidles (Emmetsburg); 16. 28 Jay Sidles (Emmetsburg); 17. 81C Charlie Stevens (Algona); 18. 45 Drew Barglof (Sioux Rapids); 19. 1 Derek Willert (Marble Rock)

Heat 1 (8 Laps): 1. Kyle Sidles; 2. Dobel; 3. Cody Nielsen; 4. Zac Smith; 5. Barglof; 6. Josh Sidles; 7. Willert
Heat 2 (8 Laps): 1. Brandon Nielsen; 2. Tony Smidt; 3. Zack Smidt; 4. Krug; 5. Johnson; 6. Jace Hanson
Heat 3 (8 Laps): 1. Sommerfeld; 2. Jay Sidles; 3. Stevens; 4. Hemmingsen; 5. Connor Smith; 6. Blaine Hanson

IMCA Sport Compacts

A Feature (10 Laps): 1. 5 Oliver Monson (Clear Lake); 2. 38 Lucas Parsons (Burt); 3. 11 Sam Umbarger (Garner); 4. 43 Jade Lange (Humboldt); 5. 95 Ken Winkowitsch (Plymouth)

Heat 1 (6 Laps): 1. Parsons; 2. Winkowitsch; 3. Umbarger; 4. Lange; 5. Monson

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