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Seven racing divisions, rainout races take over PCR Aug. 24 PDF Print E-mail

With the racing season winding down, this Saturday will be jampacked full of action as seven racing divisions make their way to Phillips County Raceway in Holyoke, Colo., starting at 6 p.m.
All four IMCA divisions are scheduled to run. Also joining the action for the last time of the season will be sprints, midgets and dwarfs.
Rainout races will be held from 6-7 p.m. Rainout armbands will get spectators into the races until 7 p.m., while purchasing an evening arm band will allow racing fans to attend from 6 p.m. until the conclusion of the show.
PCR promoter Joe Bellm just announced this week that mutton bustin’ will be included in the race schedule both Aug. 24 and Sept. 14.
Kids age 12 and under, up to 50 pounds, should contact Bellm if they’re interested in participating. Bellm can be reached at 720-404-0400 or This e-mail address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it .
PCR welcomed children of all ages to the track Saturday night, Aug. 10, for Back-to-School Night racing action.
All four IMCA divisions took to the track and lightning sprints made their last appearance at PCR for the season.
Eddie Bellic beat out the field in the modified division, followed by John Hansen and Jeremy Frenier.
The win places Bellec in the eighth overall position for points, two points ahead of Hansen and 99 points behind leader Jesse Taylor. Frenier is tied for second with Garrett Sporhase of Holyoke, who finished fourth on Saturday.
Lloyd Meeske of Champion took the checkered flag in the stocks division, topping Earl Woodward and Justin Bussell of Imperial, who finished in second and third, respectively.
Bussell sits atop the points standings in the stock division, 50 points ahead of Meeske, who is in second.
Holyoke’s Jacob Adler put on a first-place performance  in sport mods in front of the home crowd. He was followed to the finish line by Tom Quint and Ryan Moser.
Adler has been dominant in the field all season, constantly putting himself in the top three as he owns the top spot with 302 points, 21 ahead of Mike Lininger, who is in second. Quint and Moser sit in third and fourth places, respectively.
Rhett Proctor was the first to cross the finish line in the hobbies division, topping Gary Pancake and Jim Moore.
Holyoke driver Colt Gibbs, who did not race Saturday, is currently in control of first place in points standings for the hobbies division, sitting two points ahead of Moore. Proctor is in fifth place, 97 points behind Gibbs.
For the last lightning sprint races at PCR this season, Austin Pribbenow beat out Bobby Harr and Scott Wilson for a first-place finish.
Results from Saturday, Aug. 10, include, listed in order of placing:
Mods—Bellec, Hansen, Frenier, Sporhase and Dwayne Dechant.
Stocks—Meeske, Woodward, Bussell, Gregory Gutt and Kyle Clough.
Sport mods—Adler, Quint, Moser, Brandon Clough and Jacob Fehler.
Hobbies—Proctor, Pancake, Moore, Marshall Carson and Loren Jessen.
Lightning sprints—Pribbenow, Harr and Wilson.


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