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Carson City Raceway
Winchester, California

BatteriesPlus Nite
July 2, 2005 - Carson City Raceway @ Fuji Park Speedway
By Gary Roberts

Carson City Raceway staged their third meeting last night which had by far the best rider turn out, and the biggest crowd so far. The weather was hot and the track, although a bit bumpy in places, provided a number of racing lines which resulted in some very good racing.

Unofficial results

Scratch MainTommy Hedden
1. Tommy Hedden
2. Bart Bast
3. Bobby Hedden
4. Chris Kerr
A great race. Tommy Hedden used an outside line which enabled him to catch early leader Bart Bast and pass him on the last lap. Bobby Hedden got a bad start, but took third from Chris Kerr when he retired on the third lap.

Scratch Consi
1. Nate Perkins
2. Chad Felicio
3. Shawn Harmatiuk
4. Bob Hicks

Handicap Main
1. Bobby Hedden (50)
2. Bart Bast (50)
3. Chad Felicio (50)
4. Danny Easley (0)
5. Nate Perkins (30)
6. Neil Facchini (10)
One by one the front yardage riders disappeared. Neil Facchini lost a chain, Nate Perkins fell and as Bobby Hedden moved inside Danny Easley, he hit a bump and bailed before arriving at the straw bales. He remounted to make four finishers.

Handicap Consi
1. Matt Browne (30)
2. Tommy Hedden (50)
3. Jim Estes (30)
4. JT Mabry (10)
5. Devin DeFreece (0)
6. Dale Facchini (10)

D2 Main
1. Kenny Ingalls
2. Norman Brooks
3. Greg Searle
4. Rick Gutzke
5. Guy Jessup
6. Bill Warnock

D2 Consi
1. Mike Browne
2. Kim Stevens
3. Brian Leventon
4. Shawn Eldridge

D3 Main
1. Danny Turner
2. Johnny Frank
3. Jim Jensen
4. Tori Hubbert
5. Rich Mignano
6. Kevin Fereira

D3 Consi
1. Jeff Irwin
2. Eric Bales
3. TJ Easley
4. Gary Hubbert
5. Brett Haines

D1 Youth Main
1. Ben Essary
2. Ricky Felicio

I got a very positive feeling from this meeting. The riders all enjoyed the track, despite its less than perfect surface. Since the track is used for other purposes during the week, there is a very limited window to prepare the race surface. The promoter is looking seriously at finding a permanent home for Speedway in Carson City next season.

Gary Roberts - gary_rob@ix.netcom.com

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