Extreme 4 Wheeler Races held Saturday at fairgrounds
Wednesday, July 16, 2014
Extreme 4 Wheeler Racing presented by Impact Signs, Awnings and Wraps, Sedalia, was held Saturday at the main arena of the Moniteau County Fairgrounds, California, where a total of 36 drivers competed.
The event was the second of three scheduled for the series. The first was held June 28, and the third is scheduled for Wednesday, Aug. 6, during the Moniteau County Fair.
Series Director Andy Korte, who gave up racing to get involved in promoting, and currently runs the W.A.R. (Wingless Auto Racing) Series, said, "The first two events were a huge success for us and we're really looking forward to the fair races. Hopefully we will get some more local riders. We travel all over Missouri, Kansas, and Illinois with the WAR Series, so it will be nice to come back here to our local fair and put on a show for our friends and neighbors!"
Results from the 4 Wheeler races Saturday night are as follows.
Top finishers of the feature event in the Pro Am class are: first place Josh Hibdon, Oak Grove; second, Zach Lazenby, LaMonte; and third, Mike White, LaMonte.
Top finishers of the feature event in the Open class are: first place, Zach Lazenby, LaMonte; second, Mike White, LaMonte; and third, Cole Campbell, Mexico.
Top finishers of the feature event in the Open Knobby class are: first place, Kurt Vehige, Rocky Mount; second, Jesse Rodgers, California; and third, Dustin Grower, Jefferson City.
Top finishers of the feature event in the 200-400cc School Boy class are: first place, Ryan Shackelford, Boonville; second, Nicholas Molle, Grain Valley; and third, Jayden Klund, Jamestown.
Top finishers of the feature event in the 200-400cc Adult class are: first place, Cole Campbell, Mexico; second, Joe Dirck, Sedalia; and third, Garrett Jones, Jamestown.
Top finishers of the feature event in the 50-110cc Beginner class are: first place, Mason Moore, Green Ridge; second, Madison Haldiman, Jamestown; and third, Chayce Klund, Jamestown.
Top finishers of the feature event in the 50-110cc Advanced class are: first place, Preston Miller, California; second, Brody Hibdon, Oak Grove; and third, Peyton White, LaMonte.
"I'd like to thank all of our sponsors," Korte said. "Nathan's Tire Service, Homeland Realty, Bowlin-Cantriel Funeral Services, Bonecutter Body Shop, Stockton Towing, AA Propane, Dampf Construction, Durham School Services, Moniteau County Ready Mix and Mr. G's Liquor."
Extreme 4 Wheeler Racing is open to local drivers from all over the state, including children and professionals. Classes offered include: Pro, Pro Am, Open, Open Knobby, Farm Boy, 200-400 Adult, 200-400 School Boy, and 50-110 cc.
The cost to participate is $25 per class, with the exception of the Pro and Pro Am classes, which offer a payout. The registration fee to compete in the Pro class, which offers a 100% payout, is $50, and the fee to compete in the Pro Am class, which offers an 80% payout, is $40.
The cost to attend as a spectator is $5 for adults. Children ages 12 and under will be admitted for free. Concessions will also be available.
For more information, contact Korte at 573-680-4413, or Dason Klund at 573-694-4693, or go to firstname.lastname@example.org, and follow on Facebook.
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