Updated: Even More From Last Weekend’s Various Races

Updated: Even More From Last Weekend’s Various Races

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NELSONS LEDGES, Ohio The big bike and 600 classes heated up Sunday as Michael Molnar, Dave Dispenza and David Dannemiller battled throughout the day in round three of Fasttrax’s sprint series. Molnar of Wilmington, OH riding a GSXR-1000, Dispenza of Amherst, OH on a Suzuki GSXR-600 and Dannemiller of Cincinnati on a Yamaha R-6 often found themselves in the same races although sometimes in different classes. And in each race, the fight was not just for first place in their respective classes, but first overall. In the three-way match ups, Dannemiller came out on top while Molnar managed to best Dispenza when they went head to head. Fasttrax is back at Nelsons Ledges for round four of its endurance and sprint series on July 19 and 20. Fasttrax is a family-oriented club racing organization with its home track at Nelsons Ledges, Ohio. For information on all of Fasttrax’s events and programs visit www.Fasttraxlive.com RESULTS Unlimited Superbike Expert: 1. Michael Molnar (Hon CBR-1000). Unlimited Superbike Novice: 1. Greg Massie (Suz GSXR-1000). Unlimited Supersport Expert: 1. Dave Dispenza (Sux GSXR-600); 2. Robert Matejka (Yam R-6); 3. Cassidy Martin (Kaw ZX-600). Unlimited Supersport Novice: 1. David Dannemiller (Yam R-6); 2. Greg Evans (Yam R-6); 3. Ross Lubrani (Yam R-6); 4. Donald Quallen (Suz GSXR-600). Formula 40 Light Expert: 1. Tim Batten (Suz SV650). Formula 40 Light Novice: 1. Paul Nonno (Duc 748) Sportsman: 1. Steve Nero (Suz GS-500). Superbike Light Expert: 1. Eric Boettcher (Yam FZR-400); 2. Quentin Mize (Yam FZR-400); 3. Randy Grove (Suzuki 650). 600 Supersport Expert: 1. Dave Dispenza (Suz GSXR-600); 2. Cassidy Martin (Kaw ZX-600). 600 Supersport Novice: 1. David Dannemiller (Yam R-6); 2. Ross Lubrani (Yam R-6); 3. Michael Hall (Duc 996); 4. Kevin King (Kaw 636); 5. Greg Evans (Yam R-6); 6.Garrett Rosania (Kaw 636); 7.Kenneth Fisher (Yam R-6); 8. Brandon DeAngelis (Kaw ZX-600); 9. Donald Quallen (Suz GSXR-600); 10: Randy Turner (Yam R-6). Medium Twins Expert: 1. Randy Grove (Suz SV650); 2. Tim Batten (Suz SV650); 3. David Ingram (Suz SV650). Medium Twins Novice: 1. Sean Wilson (Suz SV650); 2. Broderick Crain (Suz SV650); 3. John Noel Bartlett (Suz SV650); 4. Paul Nonno (Duc 748); 5. Casey Crain (Suz SV650); 6. Bill Smith (Buell XB9R). Veterans 70 Light: 1) Sam Williams (Kaw Z-10); 2. Aaron Lacefield (Hon CB650). Veterans 80 Light: 1) Eric Boettcher (Yam FZR-400) 2. Quentin Mize (Yam FZR-400); 3. Steve Nero (Suz GS-500). GTI Expert: 1. Michael Molnar (Hon CBR-1000); 2. Dave Dispenza (Suz GSXR-600); 3. Andrew Sexton (Duc 999). GTI Novice: 1. Greg Massie (Suz GSXR-1000); 2. Donald Quallen (Suz GSXR-600). Formula 40 Heavyweight Expert: 1. Andrew Sexton (Duc 999); 2. Robert Matejka (Kaw ZX-636) Formula 40 Heavyweight Novice: 10 Greg Massie (Suz GSXR-1000) 2. Jim Fear (Hon CBR-600); 3. Kenneth Fischer (Yam R-6). GTII Expert: 1) Eric Boettcher (Yam FZR-400); 2. David Ingram (Suz SV650); 3. Quentin Mize (Yam FZR-400). GTII Novice: 1) Sean Wilson (Suz SV650); 2. Broderick Crain (Suz SV650); 3. John Noel Bartlett (Suz SV650); 4. Casey Crain (Suz SV650); 5. Bill Smith (Buell XB9R). Veterans 70 Heavyweight: 1) Aaron Lacefield (Kaw GPZ750) 2. Sam Williams (Kaw Z10). Veterans 80 Heavyweight: 1. Jim Sublet (Yam FZS-999) 600 Superbike Expert: 1. Cassidy Martin (Kaw ZX-600) 600 Superbike Novice: 1. David Dannemiller (Yam R-6); 2. Greg Evans (Yam R-6); 3. Ross Lubrani (Yam R-6); 4. Michael Hall (Duc 996); 5. Jim Fear (Hon CBR-600); 6. Garrett Rosania (Kaw ZX-636); 7. Donald Quallen (Suz GSXR-600). Supertwins Expert: 1. Andrew Sexton (Duc 999). Supertwins Novice: 1. Chris Gustin (Suz SV1000). More, from a press release issued by CMRA: Dustin Dominguez and Ty Howard topped a strong field of racers at round five of the Central Motorcycle Roadracing Association’s Championship Series at Oak Hill Raceway near Henderson, Texas, this weekend. In all, Howard claimed three wins, in addition to a good share of the Kawasaki contingency money, while Dominguez won a heads-up meeting between the two riders, and then add three other wins for a total of four, as both racers added to their totals in CMRA championship class standings. One of the most exciting races of the day was the Island Racing Services C Superbike race, which saw Howard struggle to get off the line, forcing him to work his way through traffic to catch Dominguez. In the end, Dominguez held off the perennial CMRA champion to take the win, while Howard settled for a very close second. Howard returned later to take wins in the RaceworX A Superstock, South Central Race Center C Superstock and AVTEQ A Superbike races, while Dominguez added wins in the Liberty Motorsports Park B Superstock, Sonic Springs D Superstock and D Superbike races. Over four hundred entries for Sunday’s sprint races and 50 teams for Saturday’s eight-hour endurance race graced the grids for the weekend’s activities, which were held over Father’s Day weekend. In other races, Danny Kelsey won a nail-biter over Ricky Parker in the Team Mancuso Powersports B Superbike race. While earlier in the day, Larry Myers topped Robert Duncan in a back and forth battle in the Unlimited Motard/Exel Transportation Formula 2 race, that was ultimately decided on the final lap. Other race winners included Van Blaylock, who won the Heavyweight Twins Expert race, Ryan O’Donnell, who won the Lightweight Twins Expert race, Jake Lewis in the GMAN Racing 125 GP race, Kevin Pate in the Northwest Honda Formula 1 Expert race, Danny Dominguez in the CompuCrew Formula 40 Heavyweight Expert race, and Robert Marsh in the Formula 40 Lightweight Expert race. In the Novice divisions, Jeremy Kidd and Charles Sackey each won three races while Brian Carter won two. In Saturday’s 8 hour Shogun Motorsports Mini Endurance race, GMAN Racing 2 (Harry Tomlinson, Garet Tomlinson, Ryan Andrews, Jake Lewis, Bill Syfan) won a battle of attrition, taking the win by a three-lap margin over Desert-Mice (Stephen Guynes, Jeff Mendelson, Bill Hirstius, Troy Green), with Team Sidewinder (Ulug Bayramoglu, Gabe McClendon, Derrick Patman, Chris Waller) taking third, another six laps back. The CMRA will return to action for round six of its series on July 5-6 at Mercedes-Benz of Sugarland Road Course (MSR Houston) near Angleton, Texas. A six-hour big bike endurance race will run on Saturday, followed by a full slate of sprint action on Sunday.

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