Racing Recap: Blonde, Bevard, Means and Crocker takes wins at Butler Motor Speedway

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QUINCY — The summer racing series continued at Butler Motor Speedway on Saturday with four exciting classes of action on everyone’s favorite dirt track.

Earning wins on the day were Jason Blonde with a win in the Pell’s Tire Service Sprint division; Corey Bevard with a victory in the MAGA Lift Modified division; Bronson Means with a win in the Elite General Contracting Street Stock division; and Ryan Crocker with a victory in the RPM Trucking FWD division.

Jason Blonde poses in Victory Lane after securing his first win at Butler Motor Speedway since the 1999 season after taking first in the Pell’s Tire Service Sprint Division
Jason Blonde poses in Victory Lane after securing his first win at Butler Motor Speedway since the 1999 season after taking first in the Pell’s Tire Service Sprint Division

A long dry spell was broken in the Pell’s Tire Service Sprint Division where Jason Blonde secured his first A-Main win at Butler Motor Speedway since the 1999 season.

Zac Broughman finished in second place on the evening, followed by Boston Mead in third place, Logan Easterday in fourth place and Josh Turner in fifth place. Heat race wins went to Blonde and Trey McGranahan.

Full results for the Pell’s Tire Service Sprint Division- A-Main Results: 1.) Jason Blonde, 2.) Zac Broughman, 3.) Boston Mead, 4.) Logan Easterday, 5.) Josh Turner, 6.) Mark Aldrich, 7.) Quentin Blonde, 8.) Alex Aldrich, 9.) Trey McGranahan, 10.) A.J. Aldrich, 11.) Colton Stepke, 12.) Brady Locke, 13.) Andy Chehowski, 14.) Kyle Locke, 15.) Tyler Bearden and 16.) Noah Dunlap.

Corey Bevard poses in Victory Lane after taking the top spot in the MAGA Lift UMP Modified Division on Saturday
Corey Bevard poses in Victory Lane after taking the top spot in the MAGA Lift UMP Modified Division on Saturday

In the MAGA Lift UMP Modified Division it was Corey Bevard taking home the victory, with Steven Shellenberger finishing in the runner-up spot. Robby Henderson took third place, followed by David VanGuilder in fourth place and Richard Swan in fifth place. Heat race wins went to Deuane Morley, Corey Bevard and Rick Swartout.

Full results for the MAGA Lift Modified Division- A-Main Results: 1.) Corey Bevard, 2.) Steve Shellenberger, 3.) Robby Henderson, 4.) David VanGuilder, 5.) Richard Swan, 6.) Skylar Hoard, 7.) Louis Miller, 8.) Zach Stotz, 9.) Austin Dryer, 10.) Rick Swartout, 11.) Mike Langdon, 12.) Stef Hile, 13.) Brian Przeporia, 14.) Logan Beckwith III, 15.) Wes Bates, 16.) Deuane Morley, 17.) Josh Lolmaugh, 18.) Manix Furqueron and 19.) Dillon Nusbaum.

Butler Motor Speedway announcer Nathan Wilber (right) interviews Bronson Means after his Elite General Contracting street stock feature win.
Butler Motor Speedway announcer Nathan Wilber (right) interviews Bronson Means after his Elite General Contracting street stock feature win.

Bronson Means took home the victory in the Elite General Contracting Street Stock Division, out distancing Keith Hiller who finished with runner-up honors. Jake Wilber finished in third place, followed by Trent Howland in fourth place and Kaleb Wilber in fifth place. Heat race wins went to Kaleb Wilber and Bronson Means.

Full results for the Elite General Contracting Street Stock Division- A-Main Results: 1.) Bronson Means, 2.) Keith Hiller, 3.) Jake Wilber, 4.) Trent Howland, 5.) Kaleb Wilber, 6.) Marty French, 7.) Jeremy Kulikowski, 8.) Jeremy Forsythe, 9.) Lione Hoyt, 10.) Jacob Randall, 11.) Eric Swan, 12.) Tavvin Kyle, 13.) Matt Carlisle, 14.) Brandley Inman, 15.) Ryan Martin, 16.) Max Stetler and 17.) Shawn McFeters.

Ryan Crocker celebrates his victory Saturday in the RMP Trucking FWD Division
Ryan Crocker celebrates his victory Saturday in the RMP Trucking FWD Division

Ryan Crocker took centerstage in victory lane after winning the RPM Trucking FWD Division. Cody Kipp finished in second place, followed by Dominic Morehouse in third place, Jeremy Wilber in fourth place and Cloie Dryer in fifth place. Ryan Crock, Cody Kipp and Mike Booher took heat race wins.

Full results for the RPM Trucking FWD Division- A-Main Results: 1.) Ryan Crocker, 2.) Cody Kipp, 3.) Dominic Morehouse, 4.) Jeremy Wilber, 5.) Cloie Dryer, 6.) Austyn Rasler, 7.) Kaitlyn Kipp, 8.) William Cesco, 9.) Brannon Kipp, 10.) Mike Booher, 11.) Michael Davis, 12.) Austin Slone, 13.) Richard Kimpton, 14.) Elzie Wease, 15.) Jerry Manns, 16.) Michael Wagner, 17.) Kyle Johnson, 18.) Bob Robinette, 19.) Doc Holsinger (DNS), 20.) A. White (DNS) and 21.) Kaleb Hinkley (DNS).

Top 5 Standings as of June 27

Pell’s Tire Service 410 Sprints

1. Josh Turner (4), 635 points; 2. Mark Aldrich (1A), 618 points; 3. Zac Broughman (27K), 608 points; 4. Logan Easterday (87), 589 points; 5. Alex Aldrich (7), 563 points

MAGA Lift UMP Modified Standings

1. Robby Henderson (45), 647 points; 2T. Josh Lolmaugh (25), 634 points; 2T. Rick Swartout (81), 634 points; 4. Corey Bevard (8C), 631 points; 5. David VanGuilder (5D), 612 points

ELITE General Contracting Street Stock Standings

1. Eric Swan (0S), 705 points; 2. Bronson Means (12), 662 points; 3. Kaleb Wilber (2W), 621 points; 4. Jakob Wilber (3), 609 points; 5. Jeremy Kulikowski (24K), 568 points.

RPM Trucking FWD Standings

1. Cody Kipp (7K), 597 points; 2. Cory Grumm (1G), 546 points; 3. Jeremy Wilber (18), 544 points; 4. Bob Robinette (27), 527 points; 5. Katilyn Kipp (7KJR), 521 points.

Dirt track racing will return to Butler Motor Speedway on July 2 with a double dose of sprint car action as the Great Lakes Super Sprints will be in action alongside the track’s weekly 410 sprint car division. The street stock and front-wheel drive division will also be in action. Gates open at 4 p.m. with racing at 7:30 p.m.

This article originally appeared on The Daily Reporter: Racing Recap- Blonde, Bevard, Means and Crocker takes wins at Butler Motor Speedway