Kil-Kare Raceway

1166 Dayton-Xenia Rd.

Xenia, Ohio 45385

 

            Saturday May 2, 2009- Over 250 Cars made the call for firsts round of super Saturday competition. Super Pro would battle for $2000 to win. In the quarterfinals it would be Jason Ford of Kettering dialing a 5.10 to the e5.18 of Chip Heindal of Pittsburg.  Ford would cut a .505 for the better reaction time, and would hold the advantage to the finish line with a 5.120 for the win. Next would be Scott Arnold of West Chester dialing a 4.98 to the 4.77 of Randy Estridge from Chesterville. Arnold would take a red light, and moved Estridge to the semis. In the final pair of the round it would be Richie Allen of Ashland, KY dialing a 4.80 to the 7.12 of Keith Walters of Indianapolis. Allen cut a .507 light and would hold of Walters with a 4.802 run for the win light.

            In the semis it would be Allen dialing a 4.80 to the 4.77 of Estridge. Estrdige would cut the better light with a .511 but only by .0036.  Ford had the bye run into the finals.

            In the Finals it would be Ford dialing a 5.10 to the 4.78 of Estridge. Both racers recording identical reaction times with a .5168ís; however it would be Ford with the win light after a 5.125 run.

            In the Pro Class quarterfinals it would be IDDUís Rob Crider of Kettering dialing a 6.53 to the 8.49 of Doug Thompson of Columbus. Thompson would have the better reaction time with a .517. At the finish line it would be a double breakout win for Thompson with an 8.475. Next would be Rod Knight of Xenia dialing a 6.68 to the 6.58 of Brandon Downey of Greensburg, In. Downey would win the reaction time battle with a .532 and would take the double breakout win with a 6.579. Next would be Wayne Adams of Hamilton dialing a 6.31 to the 6.80 of IDDUís James Sanders of Riverside. Adams would cut a .505 and take the stripe with a 6.309 on the double breakout. Mike McKinney of Richmond, In. had the bye.

            In the semis it would be Thompson dialing an 8.47 to the 6.58 of Downey. Downey would cut a .519 and would have the win light with a 6.621. Next would be McKinney vs. Adams to see who would make it to the finals. McKinney dialed a 6.50 to the 6.30 of Adams. Adams would cut a .521 for the better bulb, followed by a 6.314 for the win.

            In the finals it would be Adams dialing a 6.32 to the 6.58 of Downey. Adams would get a .512 for the advantage, and would run a 6.337 for the Pro Class win.
            In Sportsman quarters it would be Mike Haines of Spring Valley against Keith Cork of New Carlisle. Haines would leave early and Cork would advance. Next would be Steve Collier of Dayton against Rusty Thompson of Columbus. Collier would see a red light and that moved Thompson on. Last was Tony McFall of Tipp City against Doug Caplinger of Xenia. McFall would go red and moved Caplinger to the semis.

            In the semis would be Thompson dialing a 13.19 to the 13.65 of Cork. Cork would be better at the tree with a .592 and would take it to the line with a 13.7135 for the win light. Caplinger had the bye run to the finals.

            In the finals it would be Cork dialing a 13.69 to the 12.21 of Caplinger. Caplinger would cut a .553 and take the stripe with a 12.325 for the win light.

            In the Pro Bike quarterfinals it would be Darrell Carmichael of Tipp City dial a 9.32 to the 10.77 of Steve Withem from Fairborn. Withem would get the better light with a .551, and would take the stripe with a 10.864 for the win. Next would be Kevin Hoskins of Cincinnati dialing a 9.48 to the 8.95 of Burt Exman of Englewood. Hoskins would have the better light, with a .527 and would take the win with a 9.505. Next would be Bradley Shellhaas of Springfield dialing a 9.38 to the 9.82 of Homer England of West Chester. Shellhaas would cut the better light with a .514, and would get the win with a 9.534. Rick Haupt of Farmersville would have the bye to the semis.

            In the semis it would be Hoskins dialing a 9.49 to the 10.77 of Withem. Withem would cut the better light with a .515 and would take the light with a 10.802 breakout win. Next would be Shellhaas dialing a 9.41 against Hauptís 9.19. Haupt would cut t a.504 for the starting line advantage, and would take the win with a 9.212 run.

            In the finals it would be Withem dialing a 10.77 to the 9.21 of Haupt. Haupt would leave early and it would be Withem with the pro bike win.
            In the Jr Dragster 8-9 class quarter finals it would be Michael Roberts of New Carlisle dialing a 13.09 to the 13.20 of Emily Crum of Jamestown. Roberts would get the better light with a .626, and would take the win with a 13.346. Next would be Cheyenne Masters of Urbana against Hunter Hughes of Jamestown. Masters would get the red light moving Hughes to the semis. Marissa Babb had the bye run to the finals.

            In the semis it would be Hunter Hughes dialing a 13.17 to the 13.11 of Babb. Babb would cut the better light with a .708 and would take the win light with a 13.150. Roberts had the bye to the next finals.

            In the finals it would be Roberts dialing a 12.90 to the 13.13 of Babb. Roberts would cut a .584, but broke out and Babb would take the win light with a 13.140.
            In the 10-12 class it would be Maggie Turley of Baltimore dialing an 8.90 to the 8.90 of Devin Isenhower for a heads up race. Isenhower would cut the better light with a .517, but it would be Turley with the win light after an 8.923 run.

Next would be Shayla Babb of Xenia dialing a 9.12 to the 10.37 of Jerry Rase from Hillsboro. Rase would have the better light with a.578, but would breakout and that would give Babb the win with a 9.317. Caleb Ellison of Beavercreek had the bye run.
            In the semis it would be Babb dialing a 9.12 to the 8.90 of Ellison. Ellison would cut a .569 light and would take the win with a 9.047. Maggie Turley had the bye to the finals.
            In the finals it would be Turley dialing an 8.92 to the 8.96 of Ellison. Ellison would cut a .536, however it would be Turley with the win on an 8.977.
            In thee 13 & UP quarter finals it would be James Smith of Beavercreek and Shawn Pitts of London both dialing 7.90 for a heads up race. Pitts would go red moving Smith to the semis. Next would be Brooke Adams of Beavercreek dialing an 8.57 to the 10.80 of Zach Deaton of West Chester. Deaton would cut a .514 light and run out with a 10.962 for the win light. Next would be Melanie Rase with an 8.08 and Austin Bardules of Pataskala dialing an 8.14. Raise went red moving 3094 to the next round. Megan Hughes had the bye run.

            In the semis it would be Hughes dialing an 8.08 to the 10.85 of Deaton. Deaton would cut a .540 but Hughes would take the win with an 8.089. Next would be Smith dialing a 7.93 to the 8.16 of Bardules. Smith would take the better light with a .554 and would take the win with an 8.004.

            In the finals it would be Smith dialing a 7.94 to the 8.05 of Hughes. Hughes would go red and that would make Smith the winner.