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The Grand Industry Hills Expo Center
City of Industry, California

"Bruce Flanders Ugly Hawaiian Shirt Night"
July 16, 2014 - Industry Racing
Report from Industry Racing, race report photos from Craig Hashey of Speed Trap Photography.
Special Thanks to Ryan Evans. Photos by Dorcey Wingo and Paul Flanders

Results from Industry Racing and are Continued Below...

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Pee Wee action! Gordon Teuber took 2nd place Pee Wee Main. Dustin Staggs, on his way to victory.
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150cc 2nd Division Main Event. #96 Andrew Russell took 2nd Place Mini 150 Second Division Main. #27 Lightning Luke Whitcomb, hookin' up.
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150cc 1st Division Main Event. #66n Charlie Trana took 2nd place Mini 150 First Division Main. #16 Jake Isaac took 1st Place Mini 150 First Division Main.
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250cc action: Courtney Crone (inside) and Michael Wells. Gage Geist (inside) passes Michael Wells. 250cc Main Event.
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#45 Braydan Galvin, taking 2nd place Junior 250 Main Event. #10 Gage Geist, winning in style. 3rd Division Main Event.
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#211 Steve Brown, taking 2nd place Third Division Main. #227 Wade Whitcomb on his victory lap. 2nd Division Main Event.
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Bruce Marteney took 2nd place in the Second Division Main. #290 Harold Hartke took 1st place Second Division Main. 1st Division Consolation.
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Consi action: B-rock and Fast Eddie duke it out. 1st Division Scratch Main Event. Main Event action: Novratil will pass Max Ruml for 2nd place Scratch Main.
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  14-time National Ice Champ Charlie Venegas wins another Main Event!  

 

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Race fans were into the Hawaiian theme. Winner of the Ugly Hawaiian shirt contest. Hawaiian coconuts were well represented!
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Harold Hartke won the Second Division main. Austin Novratil took second, while Max Ruml placed third in the First Division main. Popular track bartender Cory Moss got to ride with Joe Jones on his sidecar at speed for a four lap exhibition run. Here she talks with race director Kelly Inman after the ride.
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Speedway Charlie Trana was down from NorCal for his first visit to Industry. Hawaiian shirted fans in abundance! Dalton Leedy was the spotlighted rider of the week at the autograph table.
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Race starter Tom Fox and Steve Evans. Photog Dorcy Wingo gets ready for the main. Fathers and sons trophy winners. Wade Whitcomb (upper left) won the Third Division main while son Luke Whitcomb won the Mini 150 Second Division main. Charlie Venegas (upper right) won the First Division main and son Keelan Venegas took third in the Mini 150 First Division main.

Veteran Charlie "The Edge" Venegas Outlasts His Young Rivals to Secure Second Industry Racing Victory in 2014

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A different kind of speedway racing...

CITY OF INDUSTRY, Calif. (July 18, 2014) – Industry Racing picked up where it left off inside The Grand Arena on Wednesday for Night 7 of the 2014 season. Accompanied by live classic rock music with LP4, the evening presented "Bruce Flanders' Ugly Hawaiian Shirt Night." With many perfect examples of ugliness on hand, a select few lucky spectators went home with a fitting trophy and a pair of tickets to upcoming events. With the Sidecar Division sitting idle, all eyes focused on two-wheel excitement, highlighted by a Scratch Main Event that showcased some great talent and new rivalries in the absence of Billy Janniro and Billy Hamill. There was no lack of speed, thrills and close racing in all divisions as crashes and restarts only added to the wild night of action.

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The Edge" outran his young rivals.

A talented group of racers filled the Scratch Main Event despite the absence of Janniro and Hamill, and featured a captivating mix of veteran experience and youthful exuberance. The line up consisted of 26-year veteran Charlie Venegas on the inside, sophomore rider Max Ruml in Gate 2, sixth-year racer Tyson Burmeister in Gate 3 and fourth-year rider Austin Novratil on the outside. This was Ruml's last race at Industry Racing before heading overseas to compete. However, before the race began Venegas left for the pits, only to come back following some adjustments to his motorcycle. The changes paid off, as it was Venegas who led the pack into turn one and through the opening lap. Novratil and Ruml battled for second with Ruml initially taking the position and losing his skitch plate. Soon after, Novratil returned the favor. Venegas was able to carry his stellar start all the way to the finish to take the overall for the evening. Behind him, the running order stayed the same coming into the checkers with Novratil placing second, Ruml third and Burmeister fourth.

Scratch Main Event
1. #43 – Charlie Venegas
2. #27 – Austin Novratil
3. #5 – Max Ruml
4. #26 – Tyson Burmeister

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Nicol has been the best in the Scratch Consolation this season.

The next-to-last ride of the night showcased the racers who were inched out of the Scratch Main Event, but given the opportunity to contend for the Scratch Consolation. Eddie Castro started on the inside gate and got the jump once the tapes rose. Following Castro's early advantage, Broc Nicol soon made his way forward and fought with Castro for every inch of available dirt. He soon passed Castro and fended off a counter, taking over the lead. As they came to the white flag the battle continued, but Nicol held off Castro all the way to the finish, boasting his third victory in the Scratch Consolation this season.

Scratch Consolation
1. #100 – Broc Nicol
2. #14 – Eddie Castro
3. #321 – Russell Green
4. #126 – Rocco Scopellite

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Hartke grabbed a big Second Division win.

Ron Davis secured the first starting spot in the Second Division Main Event with Harold Hartke on the far outside, leaving Ron Davis and Carl Gazafy on the two inside gates. At the rise of the tapes, Gazafy got the jump as Hartke powered around the outside to challenge for the lead. After Hartke made the pass and began to checkout, the battle for second heated up. As the white flag came out, Hartke had established half of a straight away between him and the rest of the group to win the Main Event for the first time this season. Marteney continued to fight and ultimately moved through the traffic to finish as the runner up, leaving Davis in third and Gazafy in fourth.

Second Division Main Event
1. #290 – Harold Hartke
2. #242 – Bruce Marteney
3. #163 – Ron Davis
4. #176 – Carl Gazafy

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Whitcomb emerged with the win in a wild Third Division Main Event.

The Third Division Main Event saw multiple riders go down. In the first turn, Greg Willis went down with time to get back on his motorcycle and rejoin the race. Soon after, George Yates made a mistake that resulted to a dismount, followed by Dave Ruby washing out and almost causing a pile up. All the action allowed Wade Whitcomb to assume the lead and move on to his Main Event win of the year.

Third Division Main Event
1. #227 – Wade Whitcomb
2. #211 – Steve Brown
3. #215 – Greg Willis
4. #136 – George Yates
5. #112 – Dave Ruby

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Geist came away with his second Junior 250 win.

The fastest youngsters were on hand for the Junior 250 Division Main Event, with former winners Dillon Ruml and Gage Geist battling for the early lead with the rest of the pack following closely. A mistake from Ruml caused him to go down, leading to Samuel Ramirez laying down his bike to avoid a collision. As the race went to red, the racers reassembled at the starting gate. Due to his incident, Ruml was excluded from the restart and as the tape rose again, Geist gained the edge over his competitors. Braydan Galvin had another great start and challenged Geist for his second straight win, but as the race continued the racers spread out over the track and finished with no additional passes being made. Geist maintained the first spot for his second win, with Galvin in second and Ramirez in third.

Junior 250 Main Event
1. #10 – Gage Geist
2. #45 – Braydan Galvin
3. #22 – Samuel Ramirez
4. #4 – Courtney Crone
5. #214 – Michael Wells
6. #1 – Dillon Ruml

On hand for the Mini 150 First Division Main Event was Charlie Trana, making the trip down from Northern California to join the action at Industry Racing. After earning his way into the Main Event, Slater Lightcap was absent from the final race with a blown engine, leaving only two racers to battle for the win. As the tapes rose, Jake Isaac got the jump to take the lead and quickly pull away from Trana. Coming to the white flag Isaac held a commanding lead, holding on for the final lap to take the win.

Mini 150 First Division Main Event
1. #16 – Jake Isaac
2. #66n – Charlie Trana

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Whitcomb joined his dad in the winner's circle.

Only three racers were on hand for the Mini 150 Second Division Main Event, with Keelan Venegas gaining the early advantage. However, Luke Whitcomb gained ground on Venegas up the inside and was able to make the pass for the top spot. Shortly thereafter, Venegas went down and pulled off, allowing the race to stay green. This gave Whitcomb a large lead over Andrew Russell en route to his first win of the season.

Mini 150 Second Division Main Event
1. #27 – Luke Whitcomb
2. #96 – Andrew Russell
3. #43 – Keelan Venegas

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Whitcomb joined his dad in the winner's circle.

With a full gate of motorcycles, the Pee Wee Main Event made for a busy starting line featuring eight riders. As all the young racers launched out the gate as the tapes rose, it was Gordon Teuber who was first to react and take the early lead. Teuber was able to hold off multi-time winner Travis Horn, who eagerly followed looking for a place to pass. After quickly encountering traffic from lapped riders, Dustin Staggs asserted himself amongst the lead trio and took advantage of the congestion to slip his way past the two front runners and secure his first win.

Pee Wee Main Event
1. #725 – Dustin Staggs
2. #3 – Gordon Teuber
3. #25 – Travis Horn
4. #16 – Cole Ayers
5. #281 – Gunner Haggard
6. #48 – Jose Navarette
7. #706 – Richard Stephens
8. #5 – Conner Salazar

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Inustry Racing bartender Cory Moss got the ride of a lifetime with Joe Jones as a passenger on his No. 1 machine.

The 2014 Industry Racing season continues next Wednesday, July 23, for what is sure to be another great night at Southern California's only full AMA-sanctioned speedway facility with "80's Night." Gates open at 6 p.m. PST while racing kicks off at 7:30 p.m. PST. Tickets are just $10 for adults and $5 for kids and seniors, but all attendees dressed up in their best 80's attire will received ½ off admission.

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About Industry Racing
Industry Racing is based on the grounds of the Industry Hills Expo Center in the City of Industry, California. Races are hosted inside the property's Grand Arena, making Industry Racing the only speedway racing facility covered by a roof. Speedway events at Industry Racing are hosted every Wednesday throughout the summer with racing scheduled to start at 7:30 p.m.

Industry Racing has risen to prominence in recent years thanks to the introduction of the Monster Energy World Speedway Invitational and internationally sanctioned AMA/FIM Youth Silver Cup. As of 2014, Industry Racing serves as the only track in Southern California fully sanctioned by the AMA.

Quick Results from Industry Racing.

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RESULTS

Pee Wee Main Event
725 - Dustin Staggs
3 - Gordon Teuber
25 - Travis Horn
16 - Cole Ayers
281 - Cameron Titterness
8 - Gunner Haggard
48 - Jose Navarette
706 - Richard Stephens
5 - Conner Salazar

Mini 150 Second Division Main Event
27 - Luke Whitcomb
96 - Andrew Russell
43 - Keelan Venegas (fell)

Mini 150 First Division Main Event
16 - Jake Isaac
66n - Charlie Trana

Junior 250 Main Event (restarted)
10 - Gage Geist
45 - Braydan Galvin
22 - Samuel Ramirez
4 - Courtney Crone
214 - Michael Wells
1 - Dillon Ruml (fell, excluded)

Third Division Main Event
227 - Wade Whitcomb
211 - Steve Brown
215 - Greg Willis (fell, remounted)
136 - George Yates (fell)
112 - Dave Ruby (fell)

Second Division Main Event
290 - Harold Hartke
242 - Bruce Marteney
163 - Ron Davis
176 - Carl Gazafy

Scratch Consolation
100 - Broc Nicol
14 - Eddie Castro
321 - Russell Green
126 - Rocco Scopellite

Scratch Main Event
43 - Charlie Venegas
27 - Austin Novratil
5 - Max Ruml
26 - Tyson Burmeister

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