Clicky

Wayne County Speedway

Wayne County Speedway WCS features 410 Sprints, Late Models, Modifieds, Super Stocks, and Mini Stocks as Part of our FAST FIVE Show. Racing At 7:00 on Saturday nights

3/8 mile dirt track

Operating as usual

05/29/2022

May 28, 2022 Results
Written By: Randy Worrell

ORRVILLE - “To finish first, you first must finish.” There is some dispute where this phrase originated, but it held true to form on Saturday night as the O’Reilly Auto Parts Wayne County Speedway hosted its first Fast Five racing event of the season under much-deserved perfect weather conditions at “Orrville’s Historic Oval”.

Three of the five feature winners, including Chris Myers in the Pine Tree Towing and Recovery sprint cars, Mitch Caskey in the Malcuit Tavern late models, and Kyle Moore in the Elite Ammunition modifieds started sixth or worse, while Took Wiles finally shook off the gremlins in capturing the McKenzie Concrete super stock main event. Doug Hensel returned to victory lane in the JoyRide Transport mini stocks.

Myers, from his outside row three starting slot, inherited the lead on lap five after a trio of contenders suffered misfortune early in the 25-lap main. Zach Ames, who started outside the second row, hooked a rut in turn 3 during the opening circuit that ended his evening after nearly getting airborne. Wyatt Zimmerman, running a strong third on lap five, jumped the cushion in turns 1 and 2 and flipped his mount to bring out the event’s second red. Andrew Palker then grabbed the point and looked poised to get his first checkered flag in nearly three years before jumping the cushion between turns 1 and 2 a lap later, sending the McClure Motorsports entry pitside.

Myers, who had closed to three car lengths of the lead on lap 4, survived a mid-race charge from Danny Mumaw in picking up his first win of the season in the familiar Kempthorn Motors yellow No. 38. Mumaw finished second from seventh, Henry Malcuit came home third with Tyler Street fourth from row five with Jason Dolick rounding out the top five.

“I saw (Danny) dive underneath me there in turn four and thought l’d better pick up the pace a little bit,” said Myers. “This a tough track, and it was perfect tonight. This car has been competing here since l first started racing, and it feels great to put it in victory lane.”

The 25-lap super late model feature rolled off next, with veterans Ryan Markham and JR Gentry duking it out for the top spot during the races’ first 15 laps with Gentry holding down the lead. Following a lap 15 caution, Chuck Kimble moved into second behind Gentry, with Caskey, from inside row four, cracking the top five. Kimble retired to the pits on lap 18 with mechanical problems, though, while Caskey motored into the runner-up spot.

Disaster struck the leader for the second time in as many events, however, as Gentry shredded a tire on a lap 20 restart, handing the point to Caskey who held on over the last five laps for his first feature win aboard the Brad Malcuit No. 79. Markham held on for second, with Nick Cox turning in an impressive run for third, Justin Chance finished fourth and Larry Bellman rallied for fifth after tagging the tail on lap eight.

The 20-lap modified event was up next, with Moore serving notice not only to the WCS faithful, but to the upcoming DirtCar Summer Nationals contingent as well. The Mansfield pilot, who started seventh on the grid, slowly worked his way to the front, and by lap eight had grabbed the point from early leader Tristan Bickford. Moore withstood a late-race rally from Nathan Loney to record another victory in his black Larry Reed No. R88. Loney finished second with Bickford riding home third, season-opener winner Colton Shaw fourth and Vincent Dipizzo fifth.

“This is by far the best modified I've ever driven,” Moore said. “My brother (Brad) works his tail off on this thing, and we’ll be ready (when the DirtCar Nationals) and Nick Hoffman (defending series champion) roll into town.”

As a reminder, the DirtCar Summer Nationals for late models and modifieds invades the WCS on Sunday evening July 17.

Regardless of starting position, Doug Hensel is always a favorite in the mini stock division and Saturday night was no exception.

Hensel powered to the front from his inside second row starting spot on lap nine and never looked back in returning to victory lane in his familiar black No. 18. Hensel moved into second on lap four behind early leader Travis Hutton, then wrestled the top spot away with a move on the bottom of turns 3 and 4 five circuits later during the 12-lap main event.

Hutton hung on for second, with Anthony Collins grabbing third after a torrid battle with Johnny Bruce Sr., Justin Cranmore, Dustin Bedlion, and Brad Hensel who finished fourth through seventh.

The speedway certainly saved the best for last, as the super stocks hit the 3-8-mile oval with a familiar face standing in victory lane following their 15-lap finale.

Veteran Took Wiles shook off a year-and-a-half of bad luck in speeding to victory from his inside row two starting spot. Wiles built a 10-car length advantage by the halfway mark, and cruised to his first win in 15 years in his iconic orange No. 187 over Rob Melzer, eighth-starting Kyle Moore, Don Rutt, Paul Holmes, and Tyler Wiles.

“We’ve had some bad luck, so this feels pretty good,” said the 55-year-old former track champion. “We have added Cramer Oil and Pertee Monuments as sponsors this year and must thank my family for sticking with me through all of this. We build our own cars from the ground up. We bend the tubing, we do it all and I’m pretty darn proud of that. We may even go to Hilltop next week and chase the bounty (on super stock driver Kyle Moore) too. “

WCS returns to action next week with another Fast Five program, with the Ohio Valley Sprint Car Association (OVSCA) joining the Pine Tree Towing 410 sprints.

Sprints

Heat 1 – 8-Ames, 12D-Dolick, 70-Malcuit, 7-Dylan Kingan, 4-Street, 23-Nick Patterson, 6-Jonah Aumend, 20-Danial Burkhart

Heat 2- 9-Palker, 16-Mumaw, 38-Myers, 14-Zimmerman, 2-Joe Adorjan, 901-Bob Lime, 57-Tyler Newhart

Feature- 1. Myers, 2. Mumaw, 3. Malcuit, 4. Street, 5. Dolick, 6. Patterson, 7. Kingan, 8. Burkhart, 9. Adorjan, 10. Lime, 11. Aumend, 12. Palker, 13. Zimmerman, 14. Ames, 15. Newhart

Late Models

Heat 1- 55-Kimble, 92-Chance, 5M-Markham, 7-Cox, 24-Jason Skelly, 92B-Austin Bright, 45-Tom Denzinger, 88-Dustin Smith

Heat 2- 79-Caskey, 14-Gentry, 59-Bellman, 21- Wes Morrison, 28- Jason Henderson, 11- Ryan Abel, 17-Tyler Evans, 414- Ricky Holderbaum

Feature- 1. Caskey, 2. Markham, 3. Cox, 4. Chance, 5. Bellman, 6. Morrison, 7. Gentry, 8. Abel, 9. Bright, 10. Henderson, 11. Smith, 12. Kimble, 13. Skelly, 14. Denzinger, 15. Evans, 16. Holderbaum

Modifieds

Heat 1- R88-Moore, 01-Shaw, 60-Jimmy Humphrey, 4-Jim Plance, 185-Ron Miller, 21-Dwayne Powell, 911-Colton Lehman, 88-Barry Jacobs, 73-Cody Basinger

Heat 2- 10-Loney, 75-Bickford, 99-Mark Gardiner, 1-Depizzo, 225-Bud Watson, 69-Ryan Robey, 29-Scott Smith, 78-Richard Grogg

Feature – 1. Moore, 2. Loney, 3. Bickford, 4. Shaw, 5. Depizzo, 6. Gardiner, 7. Humphrey, 8. Miller, 9. Robey, 10. Watson, 11. Plance, 12. Grogg, 13. Lehman, 14. Smith, 15. Basinger, 16. Jacobs, 17. Powell

Mini stocks

Heat 1- 18-D. Hensel, 89-Hutton, 311-Bruce, 23-Kyle Petit, 98-David Dawson, 3C-Ryan Carder, 12-JR Graser, 11-Matt Short, 54-Clayton Evans, 3-Dylan Tanner, 49-Jimmy Burns, 19-Wes Staley

Heat 2- 2-Cranmore, 18-B. Hensel, 71-Collins, 18X-Bedlion, 29-Matt Reichard, 99- Tony Mullinex, 17-Wayne Newbury, 35-Daniel Spayde, 97-Brock Searls, 100-David Potter, 1-Steven Lester, 99-Chris Mullinex

Feature- 1. D. Hensel, 2. Hutton, 3. Collins, 4. Bruce, 5. Cranmore, 6. Bedlion, 7. B. Hensel, 8. Petit, 9. Reichard, 10. Carder, 11. Dawson, 12. T. Mullinex, 13. Spayde, 14. Graser, 15. Burns, 16. Potter, 17. Evans, 18. Searls, 19. Short, 20. Lester, 21. Newbury, 22. Staley 23. Tanner, 24. C. Mullinex

Super stocks

Heat 1- 187-Took Wiles, 77-Melzer, 910-Rutt, 771-Brandon Craver, 5-Luke Sprouse, U4-Paul McVicker, 2-William Sidel

Heat 2- 21D-Moore, 70-Humphries, 15-Chase Alexander, 187-Tyler Wiles, 18-Braden Tucke, 27-Don Baney Jr., 313-Virgil Masters

Feature – 1. Took Wiles, 2. Melzer, 3. Moore, 4. Rutt, 5. Holmes, 6. Tyler Wiles, 7. Tucke, 8. Craver, 9. McVicker, 10. Sidel, 11. Sprouse, 12. Alexander, 13. Baney, 14. Masters

05/29/2022
Your  McKenzie Concrete Super Stock Feature Winner Took Wiles.
05/29/2022

Your McKenzie Concrete Super Stock Feature Winner Took Wiles.

Your Joy Ride Mini Stock Feature Winner Doug Hensel
05/29/2022

Your Joy Ride Mini Stock Feature Winner Doug Hensel

Elite Munition Modified Feature winner Kyle Moore
05/29/2022

Elite Munition Modified Feature winner Kyle Moore

Your Malcuit Tavern Late Model Feature Winner Mitch Caskey
05/29/2022

Your Malcuit Tavern Late Model Feature Winner Mitch Caskey

410 Pine Tree Towing sprint feature winner Chris Myers
05/29/2022

410 Pine Tree Towing sprint feature winner Chris Myers

6:39 still have time to come out and see some great dirt track action. Racing starts at 7.
05/28/2022

6:39 still have time to come out and see some great dirt track action. Racing starts at 7.

Update at 2pm yes we are racing. Parking lot is in good shape track is being prepared. Remember active or retired milita...
05/28/2022

Update at 2pm yes we are racing. Parking lot is in good shape track is being prepared. Remember active or retired military plus 2022 graduates with ID get in general admission free tonight. Gates open at 3 racing at 7.

It’s race day!!! Finally some good weather with lots of sunshine. Gates open at 3 racing at 7. Fast five show tonight sp...
05/28/2022

It’s race day!!! Finally some good weather with lots of sunshine. Gates open at 3 racing at 7. Fast five show tonight sprints, late models, super stocks, modifieds and mini stocks. Remember active or retired military and 2022 graduate get in the general admission for free tonight with valid ID . Free camping no hook ups.

05/26/2022
It’s Hump Day. 1/2 way to race day.
05/25/2022

It’s Hump Day. 1/2 way to race day.

05/22/2022
Thanks all that supported today.  Also don’t forget we have direct Text messages for raceday updates.. Text the words WC...
05/21/2022

Thanks all that supported today. Also don’t forget we have direct Text messages for raceday updates.. Text the words WCSFAN to the phone number 51660 to be included in our direct text messages for updates.

05/21/2022

Update: Cancelled
We are always watching the weather. Yes as of right now we are still Racing we will definitely update if anything changes… Thank you all for your support…

Update: canceled Yes we are Racing tonight.  With the rain forecast getting pushed back we are going to try and get this...
05/21/2022

Update: canceled
Yes we are Racing tonight. With the rain forecast getting pushed back we are going to try and get this show in..

Update Canceled Yes we Plan on Racing. 1:30pm it is still Sunny and the weather keeps getting pushed back to later in th...
05/21/2022

Update Canceled
Yes we Plan on Racing. 1:30pm it is still Sunny and the weather keeps getting pushed back to later in the evening. Fingers crossed.. We get this show in..

Update canceled
05/20/2022

Update canceled

Update canceled This Saturday…. All 5 divisions are back.
05/16/2022

Update canceled
This Saturday…. All 5 divisions are back.

05/15/2022

ORRVILLE – Jared Miley found himself in a perfect position to capitalize on his long-awaited to return to the O’Reilly Auto Parts Wayne County Speedway on Saturday night.
The Pittsburgh driver seized the moment with a dominating performance in sweeping the $3,500-to-win Zimmer’s Service Centers United Late Model Series event at the 3-8-mile oval near Orrville. Sikeston, Missouri pilot Hunter Schurenberg led all 30 laps of the Tezos All Star Circuit of Champions feature event, while local hot shoe Kyle Moore captured the speedway’s McKenzie Concrete super stock main.
Miley, who finished fourth in the series’ visit to Lernerville (PA.) Speedway on Friday behind winner Greg Satterlee, made the long tow even more profitable by leaving Orrville’s Historic Oval with the ULMS points lead as well. Miley started his evening by setting quick time and winning his heat before leading all 30 laps from his inside front row starting slot.
“It’s been like 12 years since we last visited (Wayne County Speedway), but l remember enjoying coming here and tonight the track was awesome,” said Miley beside his Blue Mountain Energy-backed, Colussy Chevrolet No. 10. “We’ve had a few seconds and thirds here, so it’s good to finally get in victory lane.”
Although “The Jet” dominated the event, all eyes were peeled to the action behind Miley. Regional aces Todd Brennan and Ryan Missler, and local WCS frontrunners Mitch Caskey, Doug Drown and JR Gentry waged a torrid battle of their own. Inadvertent contact, however, between Missler and Brennan in turn 2 on the second circuit sent Brennan’s mount to the tail, with locals Larry Bellman and Ryan Markham along with Keystone state driver Chad Wright also joining the mix on the restart.
Missler moved into second on lap 6 past Caskey, as the top three broke away from the pack as Brennan motored his way through the field. By lap 21, Brennan had moved into fourth as Drown and Wright each went pit side. Miley’s advantage, though, had grown to a half-lap at the stripe with Missler, Caskey, Gentry, Markham, Bellman, Eric Wilson, ULMS regular Dave Stamm and Jason Henderson completing the top 10.
The WCS super stocks hit the speedway next, with Took Wiles grabbing the early lead with Brandon Craver and Friday night Hilltop Speedway feature winner Moore in tow. Yellows on laps one and three bunched the field, with Wiles and Moore exchanging slide jobs when the green replaced the yellow.
Moore went to the high side of turn 2 in a bid to take the point a lap later with the hard-luck Wiles simultaneously retiring from the event with mechanical woes. Moore hung on to the lead over the last eight circuits in visiting Summit Racing victory lane. Paul Holmes, Craver, Tyler Wiles, and Chase Alexander completed the top 5.
WCS returns to action on Saturday with the first of three consecutive Fast Five shoes before the Tezos All Star sprints make their return on Monday June 13 for its annual Ohio Sprint Speedweek stop.
Zimmer’s Service Center ULMS late models
Heat 1- 10-Miley, 14-Gentry, 59-Bellman, 88-Dustin Smith, 24X-Jason Skelly, 11-Ryan Abel
Heat-2-12-Drown, 50-Missler, 27-Wilson, 5M-Markham, 7-Nick Cox, 217-Howard Fraley
Heat-3-20-Brennan, 79-Caskey, 6-Wright, 10S-Stamm, 28-Henderson, 69-Baird
Feature- Miley, Missler, Caskey, Brennan, Gentry, Markham, Bellman, Wilson, Stamm, Henderson, Skelly, Baird, Wright, Cox, Drown, Smith, Fraley, Abel

McKenzie super stocks
Heat- 18-Braden Tucke, 187T-Took Wiles, 21D-Moore, 187-Tyler Wiles, 70-Holmes, 910-Don Rutt, 771-Craver, 77-Rob Melzer, 60-Don Baney, Jr., 8-Kevin Ake, U4-Paul McVicker
Feature- Moore, Holmes, Craver, Tyler Wiles, Alexander, Baney, Jr., McVicker, Rutt, Tucke, 313-Virgil Masters, 2-William Sidel, 187T-Took Wiles, Ake, Melzer

Written by Randy Worrell

Some Great shots from Last night. Thanks Eric Nickelson photo credit.
05/15/2022

Some Great shots from Last night. Thanks Eric Nickelson photo credit.

05/15/2022

“Hunter Percent” one hundred percent at Wayne County Speedway for second Tezos All Star victory of 2022

ORRVILLE, Ohio (May 14, 2022) - For the second time in four starts, and for the second time of 2022, “Hunter Percent” Hunter Schuerenberg is a Tezos All Star Circuit of Champions presented by Mobil 1 main event winner, accomplishing his recent feat in front of a packed house at the legendary Wayne County Speedway in Orrville, Ohio, on Saturday, May 14.

Schuerenberg, who earned his first All Star victory of the season at Lernerville Speedway on April 29, led all 30 circuits at “Orrville’s Historic Oval,” forced to fend off persistent challenges by Friday night winner and fellow All Star title contender, Justin Peck. Overall, Schuerenberg is now a three-time winner with “America’s Series,” each accomplished in a different state including New York, Pennsylvania, and now Ohio.

“I can’t say enough about how proud I am of this team. Giving Clinton and Danny more responsibility, and taking the wrenches out of my hands to focus more on driving, has been a big game changer for this team, and they’ve proven themselves,” Hunter Schuerenberg explained, ace of the Vermeer Motorsports/Logan Contracting/No. 55 sprint car. “Clinton has been a part of my family since he was ten years old. And he’s a race car driver, too, so he’s very good at understanding what I’m trying to relate. And Danny, I’m not sure I know anyone that likes working with tires as much as he does. He works harder at it than anyone in the pit area. This whole combination is special right now.”

Although Schuerenberg led them all, a caution with two laps remaining would actually stir the pot for Orrville fans, giving Peck one last chance to pounce on the Sikeston, Missouri, native. The ensuing single file restart would ultimately prove to be unproductive for Peck, having to settle for second with Zeb Wise, Parker Price-Miller, and a hard-charging Tyler Courtney in tow. Wise, who started fifth, claimed the final podium spot in the final corner.

At the time of the final caution, traffic was a huge factor, finding the back of the pack for the first time on lap 23; prior cautions on laps three, eight, and 15 would help keep Schuerenberg’s nose clean.

“I would have rather raced through traffic than see that last caution come out,” Schuerenberg added, who scored $6,000 for his win. “I’ve grown to be really comfortable in traffic and I knew with slower cars on the bottom, I could use them as a block and keep others from racing below me. Actually, that caution made me nervous for those last two laps because I was getting so tight through the corners. Momentum changes like that sometimes gives your tires a chance to cool and lose pressure…it all worked out in the end.”

From one Wayne to the next, Waynesfield Raceway Park in Waynesfield, Ohio, will cap the weekend tripleheader with an All Star program on Sunday, May 15. Originally slated for Sunday, May 1, but rescheduled due to Mother Nature, the visit Waynesfield’s highbanks will award a $6,000 prize, giving teams an opportunity to test their limits before returning to the western Ohio bullring during Ohio Sprint Speedweek. America’s Series made two appearances at Waynesfield Raceway Park in 2021 with Kyle Larson and Cole Duncan each earning one triumph.

For those who can not witness the All Star Circuit of Champions live and in person, FloRacing.com, the official media partner and broadcast provider of the All Stars, has you covered. To access live and on-demand racing action from the All Star Circuit of Champions, visit FloRacing.com and become an annual PRO subscriber. Race fans can see all the USAC and dirt late-model action they want in addition to Eldora Speedway’s slate of races and those of the All Star Circuit of Champions. The subscription unlocks access to premium content across the entire FloSports network. Watch the events across all screens by downloading the FloSports app on iOS, Android, Apple TV, Roku, Amazon Fire and Chromecast.

Contingency Awards/Results: Wayne County Speedway | May 14, 2022:
Event: Wayne County Speedway | $6,000
Kistler Racing Products Pill Draw | Entries: 27
Nunzi’s Advertising Hot Laps: Cale Thomas | 14.934
Dixie Vodka Fast Qualifier: Zeb Wise | 14.625
Hunt Brothers Pizza Heat #1 Winner: Justin Peck
Competition Suspension Inc Heat #2 Winner: Cale Thomas
All Pro Aluminum Cylinder Heads Heat #3 Winner: Hunter Schuerenberg
Elliott’s Custom Trailers and Carts Dash Winner: Brandon Spithaler
Classic Ink USA B-Main Winner: Kevin Thomas Jr.
Rayce Rudeen Foundation First Non-Transfer: Chris Myers
Tezos A-Main Winner: Hunter Schuerenberg (2)
Hercules Tires A-Main Hard Charger: Tyler Courtney (+11)
Carquest Perseverance Award: Shawn Hubler

Qualifying

Group (A)
10-Zeb Wise, 14.625; 2. 11-Parker Price Miller, 14.737; 3. 11K-Buddy Kofoid, 14.805; 4. 13-Justin Peck, 14.955; 5. 26-Cory Eliason, 14.959; 6. 55-Hunter Schuerenberg, 14.972; 7. 91-Kyle Reinhardt, 14.998; 8. 101-Cale Thomas, 15.035; 9. 28-Brandon Spithaler, 15.128; 10. 17B-Bill Balog, 15.178; 11. 4-Cap Henry, 15.205; 12. 7-Scott Bogucki, 15.329; 13. 7BC-Tyler Courtney, 15.335; 14. 9-Andrew Palker, 15.411; 15. 3J-Trey Jacobs, 15.430; 16. 8-Zach Ames, 15.431; 17. 38K-Chris Myers, 15.463; 18. 97-Greg Wilson, 15.479; 19. 9K-Kevin Thomas Jr., 15.631; 20. 38-Leyton Wagner, 15.679; 21. 20B-Cody Bova, 15.732; 22. 21-Carson Short, 15.756; 23. 14Z-Wyatt Zimmerman, 15.762; 24. 19-Chris Windom, 15.841; 25. 16-Danny Mumaw, 15.976; 26. 70M-Henry Malcuit, 16.118; 27. 11H-Shawn Hubler, 16.162

Heat 1 (8 Laps) - Top 6 Transfer
13-Justin Peck [1]; 2. 10-Zeb Wise [4]; 3. 17B-Bill Balog [3]; 4. 91-Kyle Reinhardt [2]; 5. 21-Carson Short [8]; 6. 7BC-Tyler Courtney [5]; 7. 9K-Kevin Thomas Jr. [7]; 8. 8-Zach Ames [6]; 9. 16-Danny Mumaw [9]

Heat 2 (8 Laps) - Top 6 Transfer
101-Cale Thomas [2]; 2. 4-Cap Henry [3]; 3. 11-Parker Price Miller [4]; 4. 26-Cory Eliason [1]; 5. 70M-Henry Malcuit [9]; 6. 38-Leyton Wagner [7]; 7. 9-Andrew Palker [5]; 8. 38K-Chris Myers [6]; 9. 14Z-Wyatt Zimmerman [8]

Heat 3 (8 Laps) - Top 6 Transfer
55-Hunter Schuerenberg [1]; 2. 7-Scott Bogucki [3]; 3. 97-Greg Wilson [6]; 4. 3J-Trey Jacobs [5]; 5. 28-Brandon Spithaler [2]; 6. 19-Chris Windom [8]; 7. 11H-Shawn Hubler [9]; 8. 11K-Buddy Kofoid [4]; 9. 20B-Cody Bova [7]

Dash (6 Laps)
28-Brandon Spithaler [2]; 2. 55-Hunter Schuerenberg [4]; 3. 13-Justin Peck [1]; 4. 11-Parker Price Miller [6]; 5. 10-Zeb Wise [3]; 6. 101-Cale Thomas [5]

B-main (10 Laps) - Top 6 Transfer
9K-Kevin Thomas Jr. [3]; 2. 9-Andrew Palker [2]; 3. 11H-Shawn Hubler [4]; 4. 8-Zach Ames [5]; 5. 16-Danny Mumaw [9]; 6. 38K-Chris Myers [6]; 7. 11K-Buddy Kofoid [1]; 8. 14Z-Wyatt Zimmerman [8]; 9. 20B-Cody Bova [7]

A-main (30 Laps)
55-Hunter Schuerenberg [2]; 2. 13-Justin Peck [3]; 3. 10-Zeb Wise [5]; 4. 11-Parker Price Miller [4]; 5. 7BC-Tyler Courtney [16]; 6. 101-Cale Thomas [6]; 7. 97-Greg Wilson [10]; 8. 26-Cory Eliason [11]; 9. 4-Cap Henry [7]; 10. 28-Brandon Spithaler [1]; 11. 17B-Bill Balog [9]; 12. 19-Chris Windom [18]; 13. 21-Carson Short [14]; 14. 3J-Trey Jacobs [13]; 15. 9K-Kevin Thomas Jr. [19]; 16. 7-Scott Bogucki [8]; 17. 91-Kyle Reinhardt [12]; 18. 38K-Chris Myers [24]; 19. 8-Zach Ames [22]; 20. 16-Danny Mumaw [23]; 21. 70M-Henry Malcuit [15]; 22. 9-Andrew Palker [20]; 23. 38-Leyton Wagner [17]; 24. 11H-Shawn Hubler [21] Lap Leaders: Hunter Schuerenberg (1-30)

2022 All Star Circuit of Champions Winners:
East Bay Raceway Park, FL (February 14): Tyler Courtney
East Bay Raceway Park, FL (February 15): Cory Eliason
Attica Raceway Park, OH (April 15): Tyler Courtney (2)
Attica Raceway Park, OH (April 16): Tyler Courtney (3)
Bloomsburg, PA (April 21): Anthony Macri
Williams Grove, PA (April 22): Brent Marks
Port Royal, PA (April 23): Anthony Macri (2)
Lernerville, PA (April 29): Hunter Schuerenberg
Sharon, OH (April 30): Cap Henry
I-96 Speedway, MI (May 13): Justin Peck
Wayne County, OH (May 14): Hunter Schuerenberg (2)

2022 All Star Dixie Fast Timers:
East Bay Raceway Park, FL (February 14): Alex Bowman | 12.932
East Bay Raceway Park, FL (February 15): Danny Dietrich | 12.747
Attica Raceway Park, OH (April 15): Brady Bacon | 13.239
Attica Raceway Park, OH (April 16): Cole Macedo | 13.961
Bloomsburg, PA (April 21): Parker Price-Miller | 13.249
Williams Grove, PA (April 22): Anthony Macri | 16.902
Port Royal, PA (April 23): Mike Wagner | 15.416
Lernerville, PA (April 29): Logan Wagner | 13.373
Sharon, OH (April 30): Tyler Courtney | 14.683
I-96 Speedway, MI (May 13): Hunter Schuerenberg | 13.377
Wayne County, OH (May 14): Zeb Wise | 14.625

2022 All Star Hercules Hard Chargers:
East Bay Raceway Park, FL (February 14): Terry McCarl (+12)
East Bay Raceway Park, FL (February 15): Tanner Thorson (+14)
Attica Raceway Park, OH (April 15): Bill Balog (+16)
Attica Raceway Park, OH (April 16): Greg Wilson (+13)
Bloomsburg, PA (April 21): Dominic Scelzi (+8)
Williams Grove, PA (April 22): Lucas Wolfe (+12)
Port Royal, PA (April 23): Danny Dietrich (+14)
Lernerville, PA (April 29): Logan Wagner (+16)
Sharon, OH (April 30): Kevin Thomas Jr. (+10)
I-96 Speedway, MI (May 13): Scott Bogucki (+11)
Wayne County, OH (May 14): Tyler Courtney (+11)

2022 All Star Circuit of Champions Driver Standings (as of May 14):
Tyler Courtney - 1270
Parker Price-Miller - 1242
Justin Peck - 1208
Cap Henry - 1192
Hunter Schuerenberg - 1184
Zeb Wise - 1176
Bill Balog - 1158
Cory Eliason - 1120
Kyle Reinhardt - 1064
Chris Windom - 1012

About Tezos
Tezos is smart money, redefining what it means to hold and exchange value in a digitally connected world. A self-upgradable and energy-efficient Proof of Stake blockchain with a proven track record, Tezos seamlessly adopts tomorrow’s innovations without network disruptions today. For more information, please visit www.tezos.com.

About Mobil 1:
The world's leading synthetic motor oil brand, Mobil 1™ features anti-wear technology that provides performance beyond our conventional motor oils. This technology allows Mobil 1 to meet or exceed the toughest standards of car builders and to provide exceptional protection against engine wear, under normal or even some of the most extreme conditions. Mobil 1 flows quickly in extreme temperatures to protect critical engine parts and is designed to maximize engine performance and help extend engine life. For more information, visit mobiloil.com, on Twitter @Mobil1 and, on Facebook, www.facebook.com/mobil1. Mobil, Mobil 1 and Mobil 1 Racing are registered trademarks of Exxon Mobil Corporation or one of its subsidiaries.

About FloSports
Founded in 2006, FloSports is a subscription video streaming service dedicated to sports, offering live and on-demand access to hundreds of thousands of competition events across 25+ vertical sport categories in the US and abroad. FloSports’ vision is to give underserved sports the love they deserve. With a growing library of more than 300,000 hours of premium content including news, expert commentary, films, documentaries and more, FloSports has established itself as an innovator and leader in sports streaming. Finally, your sport has a home. For more information, please visit: flosports.tv.

About the All Star Circuit of Champions:
All Star Enterprises, LLC, wholly owned by Tony Stewart, d/b/a the All Star Circuit of Champions, is a winged sprint car series. The All Star Circuit of Champions Sprint Car Series is one of the oldest traveling 410 sprint car organizations and is a staple of grassroots, open-wheel racing. Formed in 1970 by Bud Miller, the series has largely been considered the first 'outlaw' Sprint Car organization of the modern era. Motorsports entrepreneur Tony Stewart agreed to terms with Guy Webb to become the sole owner of the original winged sprint car tour in January of 2015.

# # #

Photo: “Ravishing Rick” Rarer
Contact: Tyler Altmeyer
Tezos All Star Circuit of Champions presented by Mobil 1
(724) 954-4915, [email protected]


Tezos All Star Circuit of Champions presented by Mobil 1
468 Southpoint Circle
Suite 800
Brownsburg, IN 46112

Facebook
Twitter
Instagram
YouTube


This email was sent to [email protected]
You received this email because you are registered with Tezos All Star Circuit of Champions presented by


© 2022 Tezos All Star Circuit of Champions presented by Mobil 1

Address

1083 N Carr Rd
Orrville, OH
44667

General information

We will be racing Saturday nights starting April 201 starting at 7:00 pm. A regular race night will include 410 sprints, super late models, Super Stocks, Mini Stocks

Opening Hours

3pm - 11pm

Telephone

(330) 465-2365

Alerts

Be the first to know and let us send you an email when Wayne County Speedway posts news and promotions. Your email address will not be used for any other purpose, and you can unsubscribe at any time.

Contact The Business

Send a message to Wayne County Speedway:

Category

Nearby arts & entertainment


Other Race Tracks in Orrville

Show All

Comments

May 28, 2022 Results Written By: Randy Worrell ORRVILLE - “To finish first, you first must finish.” There is some dispute where this phrase originated, but it held true to form on Saturday night as the O’Reilly Auto Parts Wayne County Speedway hosted its first Fast Five racing event of the season under much-deserved perfect weather conditions at “Orrville’s Historic Oval”. Three of the five feature winners, including Chris Myers in the Pine Tree Towing and Recovery sprint cars, Mitch Caskey in the Malcuit Tavern late models, and Kyle Moore in the Elite Ammunition modifieds started sixth or worse, while Took Wiles finally shook off the gremlins in capturing the McKenzie Concrete super stock main event. Doug Hensel returned to victory lane in the JoyRide Transport mini stocks. Myers, from his outside row three starting slot, inherited the lead on lap five after a trio of contenders suffered misfortune early in the 25-lap main. Zach Ames, who started outside the second row, hooked a rut in turn 3 during the opening circuit that ended his evening after nearly getting airborne. Wyatt Zimmerman, running a strong third on lap five, jumped the cushion in turns 1 and 2 and flipped his mount to bring out the event’s second red. Andrew Palker then grabbed the point and looked poised to get his first checkered flag in nearly three years before jumping the cushion between turns 1 and 2 a lap later, sending the McClure Motorsports entry pitside. Myers, who had closed to three car lengths of the lead on lap 4, survived a mid-race charge from Danny Mumaw in picking up his first win of the season in the familiar Kempthorn Motors yellow No. 38. Mumaw finished second from seventh, Henry Malcuit came home third with Tyler Street fourth from row five with Jason Dolick rounding out the top five. “I saw (Danny) dive underneath me there in turn four and thought l’d better pick up the pace a little bit,” said Myers. “This a tough track, and it was perfect tonight. This car has been competing here since l first started racing, and it feels great to put it in victory lane.” The 25-lap super late model feature rolled off next, with veterans Ryan Markham and JR Gentry duking it out for the top spot during the races’ first 15 laps with Gentry holding down the lead. Following a lap 15 caution, Chuck Kimble moved into second behind Gentry, with Caskey, from inside row four, cracking the top five. Kimble retired to the pits on lap 18 with mechanical problems, though, while Caskey motored into the runner-up spot. Disaster struck the leader for the second time in as many events, however, as Gentry shredded a tire on a lap 20 restart, handing the point to Caskey who held on over the last five laps for his first feature win aboard the Brad Malcuit No. 79. Markham held on for second, with Nick Cox turning in an impressive run for third, Justin Chance finished fourth and Larry Bellman rallied for fifth after tagging the tail on lap eight. The 20-lap modified event was up next, with Moore serving notice not only to the WCS faithful, but to the upcoming DirtCar Summer Nationals contingent as well. The Mansfield pilot, who started seventh on the grid, slowly worked his way to the front, and by lap eight had grabbed the point from early leader Tristan Bickford. Moore withstood a late-race rally from Nathan Loney to record another victory in his black Larry Reed No. R88. Loney finished second with Bickford riding home third, season-opener winner Colton Shaw fourth and Vincent Dipizzo fifth. “This is by far the best modified I've ever driven,” Moore said. “My brother (Brad) works his tail off on this thing, and we’ll be ready (when the DirtCar Nationals) and Nick Hoffman (defending series champion) roll into town.” As a reminder, the DirtCar Summer Nationals for late models and modifieds invades the WCS on Sunday evening July 17. Regardless of starting position, Doug Hensel is always a favorite in the mini stock division and Saturday night was no exception. Hensel powered to the front from his inside second row starting spot on lap nine and never looked back in returning to victory lane in his familiar black No. 18. Hensel moved into second on lap four behind early leader Travis Hutton, then wrestled the top spot away with a move on the bottom of turns 3 and 4 five circuits later during the 12-lap main event. Hutton hung on for second, with Anthony Collins grabbing third after a torrid battle with Johnny Bruce Sr., Justin Cranmore, Dustin Bedlion, and Brad Hensel who finished fourth through seventh. The speedway certainly saved the best for last, as the super stocks hit the 3-8-mile oval with a familiar face standing in victory lane following their 15-lap finale. Veteran Took Wiles shook off a year-and-a-half of bad luck in speeding to victory from his inside row two starting spot. Wiles built a 10-car length advantage by the halfway mark, and cruised to his first win in 15 years in his iconic orange No. 187 over Rob Melzer, eighth-starting Kyle Moore, Don Rutt, Paul Holmes, and Tyler Wiles. “We’ve had some bad luck, so this feels pretty good,” said the 55-year-old former track champion. “We have added Cramer Oil and Pertee Monuments as sponsors this year and must thank my family for sticking with me through all of this. We build our own cars from the ground up. We bend the tubing, we do it all and I’m pretty darn proud of that. We may even go to Hilltop next week and chase the bounty (on super stock driver Kyle Moore) too. “ WCS returns to action next week with another Fast Five program, with the Ohio Valley Sprint Car Association (OVSCA) joining the Pine Tree Towing 410 sprints. Sprints Heat 1 – 8-Ames, 12D-Dolick, 70-Malcuit, 7-Dylan Kingan, 4-Street, 23-Nick Patterson, 6-Jonah Aumend, 20-Danial Burkhart Heat 2- 9-Palker, 16-Mumaw, 38-Myers, 14-Zimmerman, 2-Joe Adorjan, 901-Bob Lime, 57-Tyler Newhart Feature- 1. Myers, 2. Mumaw, 3. Malcuit, 4. Street, 5. Dolick, 6. Patterson, 7. Kingan, 8. Burkhart, 9. Adorjan, 10. Lime, 11. Aumend, 12. Palker, 13. Zimmerman, 14. Ames, 15. Newhart Late Models Heat 1- 55-Kimble, 92-Chance, 5M-Markham, 7-Cox, 24-Jason Skelly, 92B-Austin Bright, 45-Tom Denzinger, 88-Dustin Smith Heat 2- 79-Caskey, 14-Gentry, 59-Bellman, 21- Wes Morrison, 28- Jason Henderson, 11- Ryan Abel, 17-Tyler Evans, 414- Ricky Holderbaum Feature- 1. Caskey, 2. Markham, 3. Cox, 4. Chance, 5. Bellman, 6. Morrison, 7. Gentry, 8. Abel, 9. Bright, 10. Henderson, 11. Smith, 12. Kimble, 13. Skelly, 14. Denzinger, 15. Evans, 16. Holderbaum Modifieds Heat 1- R88-Moore, 01-Shaw, 60-Jimmy Humphrey, 4-Jim Plance, 185-Ron Miller, 21-Dwayne Powell, 911-Colton Lehman, 88-Barry Jacobs, 73-Cody Basinger Heat 2- 10-Loney, 75-Bickford, 99-Mark Gardiner, 1-Depizzo, 225-Bud Watson, 69-Ryan Robey, 29-Scott Smith, 78-Richard Grogg Feature – 1. Moore, 2. Loney, 3. Bickford, 4. Shaw, 5. Depizzo, 6. Gardiner, 7. Humphrey, 8. Miller, 9. Robey, 10. Watson, 11. Plance, 12. Grogg, 13. Lehman, 14. Smith, 15. Basinger, 16. Jacobs, 17. Powell Mini stocks Heat 1- 18-D. Hensel, 89-Hutton, 311-Bruce, 23-Kyle Petit, 98-David Dawson, 3C-Ryan Carder, 12-JR Graser, 11-Matt Short, 54-Clayton Evans, 3-Dylan Tanner, 49-Jimmy Burns, 19-Wes Staley Heat 2- 2-Cranmore, 18-B. Hensel, 71-Collins, 18X-Bedlion, 29-Matt Reichard, 99- Tony Mullinex, 17-Wayne Newbury, 35-Daniel Spayde, 97-Brock Searls, 100-David Potter, 1-Steven Lester, 99-Chris Mullinex Feature- 1. D. Hensel, 2. Hutton, 3. Collins, 4. Bruce, 5. Cranmore, 6. Bedlion, 7. B. Hensel, 8. Petit, 9. Reichard, 10. Carder, 11. Dawson, 12. T. Mullinex, 13. Spayde, 14. Graser, 15. Burns, 16. Potter, 17. Evans, 18. Searls, 19. Short, 20. Lester, 21. Newbury, 22. Staley 23. Tanner, 24. C. Mullinex Super stocks Heat 1- 187-Took Wiles, 77-Melzer, 910-Rutt, 771-Brandon Craver, 5-Luke Sprouse, U4-Paul McVicker, 2-William Sidel Heat 2- 21D-Moore, 70-Humphries, 15-Chase Alexander, 187-Tyler Wiles, 18-Braden Tucke, 27-Don Baney Jr., 313-Virgil Masters Feature – 1. Took Wiles, 2. Melzer, 3. Moore, 4. Rutt, 5. Holmes, 6. Tyler Wiles, 7. Tucke, 8. Craver, 9. McVicker, 10. Sidel, 11. Sprouse, 12. Alexander, 13. Baney, 14. Masters
Your McKenzie Concrete Super Stock Feature Winner Took Wiles.
Your Joy Ride Mini Stock Feature Winner Doug Hensel
Elite Munition Modified Feature winner Kyle Moore
Your Malcuit Tavern Late Model Feature Winner Mitch Caskey
410 Pine Tree Towing sprint feature winner Chris Myers
6:39 still have time to come out and see some great dirt track action. Racing starts at 7.
Update at 2pm yes we are racing. Parking lot is in good shape track is being prepared. Remember active or retired military plus 2022 graduates with ID get in general admission free tonight. Gates open at 3 racing at 7.
It’s race day!!! Finally some good weather with lots of sunshine. Gates open at 3 racing at 7. Fast five show tonight sprints, late models, super stocks, modifieds and mini stocks. Remember active or retired military and 2022 graduate get in the general admission for free tonight with valid ID . Free camping no hook ups.
It’s Hump Day. 1/2 way to race day.