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Suzuki 4 wheeler that Wilwert's has provided SPI for race track and  tee shirt shoot each night. The Suzuki Fun Gun provided by Wilwert's Inc.

Gary Webb Scores Win Number 3 of 2002 At Dubuque Speedway

 

The NASCAR Weekly Racing Series was in action on Dupaco Community Credit Union and Gatorade Race Night at the Dubuque County Fairgrounds Speedway on Sunday night.

 

The veteran and three time NASCAR Late Model track champion Gary Webb notched his third feature win of the season on Sunday night. Webb came from deep in the pack to score a hard fought win. Webb was able to work the low side of the track to perfection in making his way to the front. Webb was challenged for the win the last ˝ of the race by Darren Mish. The two raced side by side for several laps before Webb was able to secure the top spot and take the win. Mish settled for yet another second place finish. Mark Merfeld ran amongst the leaders the entire distance and crossed the line in third. The race was red flagged before one lap could be completed for a roll over involving Luke Merfeld. The roll over was Luke’s second in the last month and happened at the same spot on the track. Luke was uninjured in the incident.

 

Popular Dubuque driver Scott Nesteby scored his first hometown win of the season in the NASCAR Modified division.  Nesteby found the low groove to his liking in scoring the 20 lap feature win. Nesteby fought off the challenges of Jason Schueller and Ron Barker in scoring the Gatorade win.    

 

Bobby Moyer led the 15 lap Pro Stock feature flag to flag on his way to his second win of the season at Dubuque. Moyer drove a flawless race in using the high side to take the checkers ahead of Jeff Tharp, who came from a sixth row start to take second ahead of Ty Kleiner and Jim Brokus.

 

Ed McIntyre scored his first win of 2002 in topping a very tough NASCAR Hobby Stock field. McIntyre drove his #28 to the checkers by holding off several challenges by Jason Rauen. The two came under the checkers side by side with McIntyre scoring the win by less than a car length. Steve Dunkel took third in the 10 lap feature.

 

Becky Roth drove her Toyota to the feature win on Sunday night in the Farley Flyer main event. The win was Becky’s second in the last three weeks of racing at Dubuque. Randy Leehan came from well back in the pack to take second at the finish line.

 

The NASCAR Weekly Racing Series will continue on Sunday, August 11th with True Value Hardware Back to School Night at the races. Race time will be 6:30 p.m.  

 

Race Results 8-4-02

 

Farley Flyers

 

Heat 1

1.      21K Danny Kennedy-Dubuque

2.      31 Jason Roth-Hazel Green, WI

3.      14 Levi Benn-Dyersville

 

Heat 2 

1.      69 Becky Roth-Cuba City, WI

2.      23 Keith Kiernan-Dubuque

3.      17 Randy Leehan-Apple River, IL

 

Feature

  1. 69 Roth

  2. 17 Leehan

  3. 23 Keith Kiernan

  4. 25 Brian Kelly

  5. 21K Kennedy

  6. 14 Benn

  7. 31 Roth

  8. 57 Don Marcov Jr-Dubuque

  9. 66 Tony Brimeyer-Dubuque

  10. 4 Josh Trame-South Wayne, WI

  11. 8x Rob Erschen-E. Dubuque, IL

  12. 75 Chad Naderman-Farley

NASCAR Hobby Stocks

 

Heat 1

  1. 13 Larry Benn-Dyersville

  2. 33 Jim Turpin-Shullsburg, WI

  3. 59 Mike Hughes-Galena, IL

Heat 2

  1. 28 Ed McIntyre-Delhi

  2. 8K Jerry Merkes-Farley

  3. 97Steve Dunkel- Worthington

Feature

  1. 28 McIntyre

  2. 98 Jason Rauen-Farley

  3. 97 Dunkel

  4. 33 Turpin

  5. 59 Hughes

  6. 81 K.C. Ansel-Dubuque

  7. 83 Rob Petsche-Centralia

  8. 13 Benn

  9. 6 Jed Frieberger-Dubuque

  10. 8K Merkes

  11. 22 Corey Bauer-Monticello

  12. 89 Kelly Welter-Dubuque

NASCAR Pro Stocks

 

Heat 1        

 

  1. 25 Bobby Moyer-Dubuque

  2. 1 John Walker-Cedar Rapids

  3. 97 Jeff Reinert-Dyersville

Heat 2

  1. 99 Ken Martelle-LaMotte

  2. 35 Jim Brokus-Dubuque

  3. 22 Jeff Valentine-Dubuque

Feature

  1. 25 Moyer

  2. 12 Jeff Tharp-Dubuque

  3. 20 Ty Kleiner-Potosi, WI

  4. 35 Brokus

  5. 2K Jeff Kennedy-Dubuque

  6. 22 Valentine

  7. 1 Walker

  8. 71 Kevin Schroeder-Low Moor

  9. 97 Reinert

  10. 18 Skip Culbertson-Dubuque

  11. 99 Martelle

  12. 16 Dan Shelliam-Hazel Green, WI

  13. 23 Jim Amos-Peosta

  14. 13 Dan Fortman-Dubuque

NASCAR Modifieds

 

Heat 1

  1. 24m Jan Messer-Manchester

  2. 20 Cory Burmeister-Glen Haven, WI

  3. 16 Ryan Dolan-Lisbon

 Heat 2

  1. 11 Mike Burbridge-Delhi

  2. 4 Jerry Miles-Dubuque

  3. 3 Jason Schuller-Dubuque

 Feature

  1. 74 Scott Nesteby-Dubuque

  2. 3 Schueller

  3. 37b Ron Barker-Dubuque

  4. 16 Dolan

  5. 20 Burmeister

  6. 10 Jed Hurst-Hazel Green, WI

  7. 11 Burbridge

  8. 15 Sean Rupp-Dubuque

  9. 27 Mark Schulte-Delhi

  10. 1D Mel Saffran-Dubuque

  11. 4 Miles

  12. 5D Bob Dominacki-Bettendorf

  13. 39 Bob Bollon-Freeport, IL

  14. 63 Scott Olson-Preston

  15. 24m Messer

  16. 89 Tom Pestka-Delhi

  17. 19 Jim Allen-Dubuque

  18. 80 Denny Ansel-Dubuque

  19. 13 Luke Pestka-Delhi

Iowa Illinois Taylor Insulation Late Models

 

Heat 1

  1. 21 Luke Merfeld-Dubuque

  2. 11 Steve Ihm-Kieler, WI

  3. 56 Gary Webb-Blue Grass

Heat 2

1.      8 Mark Merfeld-Dubuque

2.      24 Bryan Behning-Davenport

3.      98.1 Bobby Hansen-Dike

 

Feature

  1. 56 Webb

  2. 79 Darren Mish-Cassville, WI

  3. 8 Merfeld

  4. 11 Ihm

  5. 95 Ed Sanger-Postville

  6. 98.1 Hansen

  7. 24 Behning

  8. 61r Jon Rogers-German Valley, IL

  9. 27 Ed McGuire-Monroe, WI

  10. 54 Mark Curwen-Hazel Green, WI

  11. 77J Steve Johnson-Camanche

  12. 51 Mel Abels-Freeport, IL

  13. 21 Merfeld

Dubuque Fairgrounds Speedway

8-5-02

By: Jerry Mackey

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