Matt Bailey Scores First Ever Deery Brothers Summer Series Win at Quincy Raceways
by: Jack Walbring 

QUINCY, IL (April 10, 2011) - Thirty Five Deery Brothers Summer Series IMCA Late Models checked in to do battle in the Sullivan Auctioneers Night at the races at Quincy Raceways on Sunday April 10. Mark Burgtorf drew the pole position for the forty lap main event and most of the crowd felt that it was a given that he would be in victory lane at the checkered flag but Matt Bailey had a different idea on his mind. Burgtorf jumped into the lead a the drop of the green as expected with Andy Eckrich close behind. Tyler Bruening took over the second spot on the third circuit to make it a three car battle at the front of the field until Matt Bailey powered his way into the second spot on lap eleven. Bailey then took the low line to challenge Burgtorf for the top spot and took over the lead a lap later. Burgtorf and Bailey battled side by side and nose to tail for several circuits with Burgtorf pulling ahead by a nose on the sixteenth circuit but Bailey showed his determination and took back the lead at the end of lap seventeen. Bailey then held off Burgtorf the rest of the forty laps to take his first ever Deery Brothers Summer Series win. Burgtorf settled for the second spot with Terry Neal sneaking past Justin Reed on the last lap to take the third spot followed by Reed in fourth and Bruening in fifth. Matt Strassheim, Bruening, Joey Gower and Tom Darbyshire scored the heat race wins with Terry Neal and Nate Beuseling scoring the checkered flags in the twin B-Mains.

 The Miller Lite UMP Modified main event was a war between the top five positions with Jared Schlipman, Dave Wietholder, Vance Wilson, Michael Long and Shawn Deering providing the lead group action. Wietholder managed to hold onto the lead for the first seven laps with Schlipman and Michael Long Long taking over the top two spots on lap eight but it didnít stay that way for very long as Wietholder got past Long to claim the second position a lap later but the action continued with Wietholder and Long trading second and third through lap thirteen with Wietholder securing the second spot for good on lap fourteen. Wilson and Tony Dunker powered into third and fourth on fourteenth lap with Long fading to fifth. Several caution flags flew during the action to slow the event with Shawn Deering and Long making contact on the nineteenth circuit bring the checkered flag out to end the event. Schlipman maintained first with Wietholder in second, Wilson in third, Dunker in fourth and Steven DeLonjay in fifth. Wilson, Deering and Schlipman all took heat race wins.

 The IMCA Stock Car field may have been short but as usual, they put on quite a show for fifteen laps. Andrew Griffin jumped into the lead at the drop of the green flag and held on until Aaron Brocksieck and Griffin made contact on the backstretch to bring out the yellow flag on lap four. Jerry Jansen the held the lead for a lap with Terry Houston powering into the top spot on lap five. Griffin powered back through the field to challenge Houston for the lead on lap six and kept up the pressure on the 2010 Track Champion until slipping past for the lead on lap thirteen. Griffin held onto the top spot until the last lap as Aaron Brocksieck worked the low groove to take the lead going to the checkered flag. Griffin settled for second followed by Houston in third, Jansen in fourth and Kelly Bartz in fifth. Brocksieck scored the lone heat race win.

 The KRNQ Pepsi Inside Track Hobby Stock main event saw Bobby Anders dominate by leading all twenty laps. Wes Mayfield held onto the second spot followed by Nathan Anders in third, Brandon Symmonds in fourth and Steve Carlin in fifth. Bobby Anders and Steve Carlin took the heat race wins.

 The Summy Tire and Auto Center Wild Things main event was dominated by Casey Kendrick as he lead all twelve circuits but the action was hot and heavy behind him with Todd Nelson holding off Craig Bangert in a duel for the second position. Bangert settled for third with Seth Woodruff in fourth and Austin Uppinghouse in fifth. Nelson and Woodruff too the heat race wins.

 Coming up next at Quincy Raceways on Sunday April 17 will be Heetco Propane Night at the races featuring the Budweiser IMCA Late Models, Miller Lite UMP Modifieds, IMCA Stock Cars, KRNQ Pepsi Inside Track Hobby Stocks and the Summy Tire and Auto Center Wild Things. Pit Gates open at 3:30, Grandstands at 4:30, Drivers Meeting and Drivers Registration ending at 5:30, Hot Laps at 5:45 and Racing at 6:30pm. Visit Quincy Raceways online at www.quincyraceways.com or call the Track Hotline at 217-224-4100 for more information.

 

4/10/2011 - Quincy Raceways Results...                                                                                                              

IMCA Deery Bros Late Models

A-Main --  1. Matthew Bailey, Quincy; 2. Mark Burgtorf, Quincy; 3. Terry Neal, Ely, Iowa; 4. Justin Reed, Collinsville, Il.; 5. Tyler Bruening, Decorah, Iowa; 6. Ray Guss Jr, Milan; 7. Jason Perry, Payson; 8. Darrel DeFrance, Marshalltown, Iowa; 9. Andy Eckrich, Iowa City, Iowa; 10. Tom Darbyshire, Morning Sun, Iowa; 11. Mike Murphy Jr, Colona; 12. Nate Beuseling, Silvis; 13. Denny Woodworth, Mendon; 14. Matt Strassheim, Burlington, Iowa; 15. Joey Gower, Quincy; 16. Colby Springsteen, Morning Sun, Iowa; 17. Mike Garland, Morrison; 18. Tommy Elston, Keokuk, Iowa; 19. TJ Criss, Oskaloosa, Iowa; 20. Boone McLaughlin, Mediapolis, Iowa; 21. Keith Pratt, Mendon; 22. Sam Halstead, New London, Iowa; 23. Todd Malmstrom, Silvis; 24. Jason Frankel, Quincy.

B-Main 1 --  1. Terry Neal, Ely, Iowa; 2. Jason Perry, Payson; 3. Darrel DeFrance, Marshalltown, Iowa; 4. Sam Halstead, New London, Iowa; 5. Lonnie Bailey, Quincy; 6. Tommy Elston, Keokuk, Iowa; 7. Charlie McKenna, Clear Lake, Iowa; 8. Jay Johnson, West Burlington, Iowa; 9. Boone McLaughlin, Mediapolis, Iowa; 10. Eric Sanders, Coal Valley; 11. Todd Malmstrom, Silvis.

B-Main 2 --  1. Nate Beuseling, Silvis; 2. Jason Frankel, Quincy; 3. Keith Pratt, Mendon; 4. Mike Garland, Morrison; 5. Billy Tuckwell, Metamora; 6. Colby Springsteen, Morning Sun, Iowa; 7. Cory Goldbeck, Camanche, Iowa; 8. Dale Hackwell, Waterloo, Iowa; 9. Nick Ingalls, Quincy; 10. Jon Merfeld, Peosta, Iowa; 11. Clint Kirkham, Camden.

Heat 1 --  1. Matt Strassheim, Burlington, Iowa; 2. Mark Burgtorf, Quincy; 3. Denny Woodworth, Mendon; 4. Terry Neal, Ely, Iowa; 5. Sam Halstead, New London, Iowa; 6. Charlie McKenna, Clear Lake, Iowa; 7. Jay Johnson, West Burlington, Iowa; 8. Travis Smock, Independence, Iowa; 9. Eric Sanders, Coal Valley.

Heat 2 --  1. Tyler Bruening, Decorah, Iowa; 2. Ray Guss Jr, Milan; 3. Matthew Bailey, Quincy; 4. Darrel DeFrance, Marshalltown, Iowa; 5. Jason Perry, Payson; 6. Lonnie Bailey, Quincy; 7. Tommy Elston, Keokuk, Iowa; 8. Todd Malmstrom, Silvis; 9. Boone McLaughlin, Mediapolis, Iowa.

Heat 3 --  1. Joey Gower, Quincy; 2. TJ Criss, Oskaloosa, Iowa; 3. Andy Eckrich, Iowa City, Iowa; 4. Billy Tuckwell, Metamora; 5. Nate Beuseling, Silvis; 6. Colby Springsteen, Morning Sun, Iowa; 7. Cory Goldbeck, Camanche, Iowa; 8. Clint Kirkham, Camden; 9. Nick Ingalls, Quincy.

Heat 4 --  1. Tom Darbyshire, Morning Sun, Iowa; 2. Justin Reed, Collinsville, Il.; 3. Mike Murphy Jr, Colona; 4. Keith Pratt, Mendon; 5. Jason Frankel, Quincy; 6. Jon Merfeld, Peosta, Iowa; 7. Mike Garland, Morrison; 8. Dale Hackwell, Waterloo, Iowa.

Miller Lite UMP Modifieds

A-Main 1 --  1. Jared Schlipman, Mendon; 2. David Wietholder, Liberty; 3. Vance Wilson, Quincy; 4. Tony Dunker, Quincy; 5. Steven DeLonjay, Quincy; 6. James Leffew, Quincy; 7. Jake Griffin, Quincy; 8. Patrick Phillips, Macomb; 9. Joe Kindhart, Quincy; 10. Michael Long, Quincy; 11. Shawn Deering, Quincy; 12. Robbie Reed, Mexico, Mo.; 13. Todd Reed, Quincy; 14. Trent Grotz, Quincy; 15. Gary Wilson, Frankford, Mo.; 16. Ryan Porter, Colchester; DNS. Travis Griffith, Liberty; DNS. Rickey Frankel, Quincy.

Heat 1 --  1. Vance Wilson, Quincy; 2. Trent Grotz, Quincy; 3. Tony Dunker, Quincy; 4. Gary Wilson, Frankford, Mo.; 5. Robbie Reed, Mexico, Mo.; 6. Ryan Porter, Colchester; 7. Joe Kindhart, Quincy.

Heat 2 --  1. Shawn Deering, Quincy; 2. Michael Long, Quincy; 3. Steven DeLonjay, Quincy; 4. Patrick Phillips, Macomb; 5. Travis Griffith, Liberty; 6. Jake Griffin, Quincy.

Heat 3 --  1. Jared Schlipman, Mendon; 2. David Wietholder, Liberty; 3. James Leffew, Quincy; 4. Todd Reed, Quincy; 5. Rickey Frankel, Quincy; DNS. Ryan Morrison, Quincy.

IMCA Stock Cars

A-Main --  1. Aaron Brocksieck, Camp Point; 2. Andrew Griffin, Golden; 3. Terry Houston, Mt. Sterling; 4. Jerry Jansen, Plainville;5. Kevin Tomlinson, New London, Mo.; 6. Gabe Harrison, Warsaw; 7. Kelly Bartz, Quincy.

Heat 1 --  1. Aaron Brocksieck, Camp Point; 2. Andrew Griffin, Golden; 3. Terry Houston, Mt. Sterling; 4. Jerry Jansen, Plainville; 5. Kelly Bartz, Quincy; 6. Gabe Harrison, Warsaw; 7. Kevin Tomlinson, New London, Mo..

KRNQ Pepsi Inside Track Hobby Stocks

A-Main --  1. Bobby Anders, Hull; 2. Wesley Mayfield, Hull; 3. Nathan Anders, Quincy; 4. Brandon Symmonds, Keokuk, Iowa; 5. Steve Carlin, Hannibal, Mo.; 6. Jake Powers, Plainville; 7. Jim Powell, Hannibal, Mo.; 8. Adam Scott, Payson; 9. Tanner Klingele, Quincy; 10. Justin Bartz, Quincy; 11. Jeremy Buss, Fowler; 12. Nathan Hayes, Quincy.

Heat 1 --  1. Bobby Anders, Hull; 2. Wesley Mayfield, Hull; 3. Nathan Anders, Quincy; 4. Nathan Hayes, Quincy; 5. Tanner Klingele, Quincy; 6. Brandon Symmonds, Keokuk, Iowa.

Heat 2 --  1. Steve Carlin, Hannibal, Mo.; 2. Jake Powers, Plainville; 3. Jeremy Buss, Fowler; 4. Jim Powell, Hannibal, Mo.; 5. Justin Bartz, Quincy; 6. Adam Scott, Payson.

Summy Tire & Auto Center Wild Things

A-Main --  1. Casey Kendrick, New London, Mo.; 2. Todd Nelson, Springfield, iIl; 3. Craig Bangert, Golden; 4. Seith Woodruff, Carthage; 5. Austin Uppinghouse, Payson; 6. Wayne Dejaynes, Griggsville; 7. Sierra Bueker, Hamilton; 8. Kimberly Abbott, Camp Point; DNS. Brandon Lambert, Carthage.

Heat 1 --  1. Todd Nelson, Springfield, iIl; 2. Craig Bangert, Golden; 3. Casey Kendrick, New London, Mo.; 4. Austin Uppinghouse, Payson; 5. Sierra Bueker, Hamilton.

Heat 2 --  1. Seith Woodruff, Carthage; 2. Kimberly Abbott, Camp Point; 3. Wayne Dejaynes, Griggsville; 4. Brandon Lambert, Carthage; DQ. Robert Thompson, Macomb

 

 

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