Weekly championship racing returned at Central Missouri Speedway on Saturday, June 8, with 81 race teams checked in for action. Competing classes were A-Mods, Street Stocks, B-Mods, Mod-Lites, and Pure Stocks. There were 13 preliminary heat races held throughout the night along with five main events.

Pure Stock Recap

Jason Ryun and Larry Norris started the Pure Stock main on the front row, but it was Ryun who assumed command early on until a run-in with a car going a lap down ended his bid for the win as he spun from contention by lap five. Spencer Reiff looked to have the race in hand through the mid-stages until a late-race spin took him and JR Billings out of contention, when racing resumed with a couple more cautions before ultimately Logan Headley claimed the race from his eleventh starting position. Josh Helm advanced to second with Darrin Christy rebounding from an early spin to finish third. Norris and Steve Evans rounded out the top five.

Mod-Lite Recap

Dillon Raffurty and Michael Raffurty began the 20-lap Mod-Lite main from row one with Dillon catapulting to the early lead as Michael drifted back to second. Sixth-starting Ed Griggs moved to the third spot by lap three. A caution flew by lap five with Dillon leading Michael and David Raffurty back to the line. As Dillon pulled away, Ed Griggs continued to challenge Michael for second by lap ten. A late caution flew on lap 12 but once again Dillon pulled away. Ultimately, Dillon Raffurty captured the victory going away over Michael Raffurty, David Raffurty, Griggs and Justin Raffurty to round out the top five.

B-Mod Recap

Don Marrs and Jake Richards began the night on row one of the 20-lap B-Mod main with Richards jetting out to an early race lead through lap eight and a series of cautions. Richards led Dakota Foster, Jacob Ebert, Brad Smith, and Kameron Grindstaff. Another caution stalled the race by lap nine with no change in the running order for the restart. In the end, Richards carried on to victory lane to claim the time-shortened race over Foster, Smith, Ebert,and Grindstaff.

Street Stock Recap

For the 15-lap Street Stock main event, Marc Carter and Eric Hammons led the charge to the green flag.

The race was fantastic through the early stages with Carter, Hammons, Nathan Vaughn, Brett Wood and Clayton Campbell gunning for the win. After the first third of the race, Vaughn assumed command of the race and came around to lead lap six over Carter in second. Vaughn held off Carter through a series of late-race cautions as drivers struggled with the dry-slick conditions. Hammons spun from contention late in the race allowing Wood and Campbell to move forward and challenge on restarts; however, Vaughn powered his way to the victory over Carter, Campbell, Wood, and Larry Ferris.

A-Mod Recap

Darron Fuqua and Johnny Wyman began the 25-lap main event from row one of the a-main event, with Fuqua setting the early pace out front. Schultz moved to second by lap two with Karrick not far behind. By the midway point, Karrick found his way around Schultz to take over the runner-up position as Schultz fell to third, in front of Chad Lyle and Gunner Martin inside the top five.

Once the drivers settled in, the race finished after a long green flag session as Fuqua never looked back to claim the $1,000 weekly racing series victory. Karrick was second by race end with Schultz holding on to third, Martin finished fourth with Lyle in fifth.

Coming up next

Racing returns Saturday, June 15, with weekly racing in all classes including A-Mods, Street Stocks, B-Mods, Mod-Lites, and Pure Stocks. Racing begins at 7:30 p.m.

Results from Saturday, June 8

Pure Stock A-Feature


1. Logan Headley (23), 100

2. Josh Helm (49SR), 95

3. Darrin Christy (3B), 91

4. Larry Norris (53K), 87

5. Steve Evans (89e), 84

6. Joey Harper (21), 81

7. Gale W Harper Jr (28Jr), 78

8. Spencer Reiff (7), 76

9. David Schirlls (10), 74

11. Scott Martin (12), 70

12. Jimmie Workman (24), 68

13. Jason Ryun (27), 66

14. Parker Smith (12s), 64

DQ. J R Billings (185), 0

Mod-Lite A-Feature


1. Dillon Raffurty (46), 100

2. Michael Raffurty (41), 95

3. David Raffurty (64), 91

4. Edward Griggs (47), 87

5. Justin Raffurty (75), 84

6. Jeff Raffurty (98), 81

7. Kevin White (33), 78

8. Mark Lane (33L), 76

9. Cody Miller (7), 74

10. Tyler Furrell (34), 72

11. Nathan Wolfe (3), 70

12. Joshua James Guy (2), 68

13. Anthony Lane (02), 66

14. Anthony Kerr (73), 64

15. Garrett Stonum (4K), 62

16. Lucas Gillette (02G), 60

17. Kyle Jennings Guy (17), 58

B-Mod A-Feature


1. Jake Richards (7J), 100

2. Dakota Foster (5x), 95

3. Brad Smith (99), 91

4. Jacob Ebert (94), 87

5. Kameron Grindstaff (14), 84

6. Chad Staus (c3), 81

7. Jeremy Lile (05), 78

8. Donald R Marrs (9), 76

9. Chris Brockway (03) Noster, 74

10. Kody Bray (15s), 72

11. Bobby Russell (7B), 70

12. Jonathan Knotts (92JK), 68

13. Skylar Nolker (99M), 66

14. Robert Talley (8A), 64

15. Scott Pullen (08), 62

16. Kaleb Bray (19B), 60

17. Blake Pierce (16), 58

18. Jeremy Polston (11), 56

Street Stock A-Feature


1. Nathan Vaughn (12V), 100

2. Marc Carter (10), 95

3. Clayton W Campbell (30C), 91

4. Brett Wood (7), 87

5. Larry Ferris Il (14), 84

6. Nick Whalen (00), 81

7. John Brooks (27), 78

8. Robert Chad Eickleberry (09), 76

9. Randy Jester (51), 74

10. Eric Hammons (5H), 72

11. Devin Irvin (67), 70

12. Christopher Kircher (28K), 68

13. Daniel McKenzie (77), 66

14. Jerry Schmidt (11x), 64

15. James Allen Ngo (60), 62

16. Cliff Champney (6), 60

Modified A-Feature


1. Darron Fuqua (87), 100

2. Timothy W Karrick (1K), 95

3. Terry L Schultz (90), 91

4. Gunner Martin (75), 87

5. Chad Lyle (16S), 84

6. Johnny Wyman (95JR), 81

7. Curt Potter (11P), 78

8. Rodney Schweizer (74), 76

9. James Dean Eaton (24JR), 74

10. Jimmy Dowell (88), 72

11. Terry Bivins (5), 70

12. Josh Crump (31), 68

13. Richard M Layne (0), 66

14. Clint Lyle (33), 64

15. Danny Scrogham (29), 62

DQ. Kameron Grindstaff (14), 0

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