Tyler Volkman began last Saturday’s racing action with a trophy dash win in the Hornet Division and capped his night with the main event victory at
Dennis Galloway and Volkman both took the checkers in the B and A heat races of the Hornet Division, respectively.
The Montana Raceway Park Bandoleros took to the track for their first race of the season. This class is designed for 8 to 14 year olds and is nationally sanctioned by INEX/US Legend Cars International and is separated into two divisions, Young Guns and Bandits. Isaiah Sickler and Trystian Nelson ran their first laps around the high banks on Saturday. Veteran drivers and brothers, Brock and Bryce Denney, both scored hat-tricks in the trophy dash, heat race and main event for each of their divisions. Brock Denney’s sweep puts him in first place of the overall Bandolero point’s series.
The CHS Legend division also got their season rolling Saturday. Drivers were eager to get their early model replica Ford and Chevy coupes and sedans on the track. Danny Meier and Trevor Corpron each scored trophy dash wins. Meier edged Dalton Halden for another win in the heat race. In the main event Meier tried to make a clean sweep of the night, but was unable to catch veteran Legend driver Tyler Corpron. Corpron motored to his first win of the season in the Legends. Halden comes out of the Legend opener first in points.
In the second event of the season for the Lucas Oil Super Stocks, Bruce Stinger and Tyler Corpron each gained a trophy dash win. Stinger and Tylor Schweigert took the B and A heat races, respectively. Last week Brandon Sickler came up short, but this Saturday was different. He held off a challenging Stinger to capture his first main event win of the season. Sickler’s win puts him in the first place position in the Lucas Oil point series.
NOTE: During opening ceremonies, all branches of the Armed Forces were honored for their service.
The 22nd season of racing continues this weekend as Black Star and Parrot Bay present the Memorial Day Weekend Super Late Model 100, Bombers, and Hobby Stocks. This will be the first race of the year for the Super Late Models. Time trials begin at 6 p.m. and racing kicks off at 7 p.m.
For updated information, visit Montana Raceway Park’s website, call 406-257-RACE (7223).
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