Shute, Rust rule IMCA Modifieds at Stuart’s Fever Heat 100

first_imgCody Thompson grabbed the lead near midway and drove off to the $1,500 Saturday win. Tyler Inman finished second with Soppe third.  Sept. 20 Feature Results Hobby Stocks – 1. Corey Madden; 2. Cox; 3. Jason Kohl; 4. Hemmingsen; 5. Bennett; 6. Hidlebaugh; 7. Ayers; 8. Chuck Madden Jr.; 9. Dixon; 10. Fusselman; 11. Jerry Richards; 12. Korbin Nourse; 13. Nick Foster; 14. Wahl; 15. Pahlka; 16. Leonard Loftus; 17. Coady. Sport Compacts – 1. Mitchell Bunch; 2. Jake Benischek; 3. Tyler Fiebelkorn; 4. Logan Richards; 5. Curtis Masterson; 6. Jade Lange; 7. Terry Hurley; 8. Kristopher Pinckney; 9. David Kimmel; 10. Bruce Hower; 11. Trey Mills; 12. Bubba Brown.  Curtis Miller didn’t make it easy for Bunch to repeat as they were door-to-door at the white flag in Saturday’s Mach-1 Sport Compact finale. Todd Shute earned opening night IMCA Modified honors, along with $1,000 and a Fast Shafts All-Star Invitational ballot berth, at Stuart Speedway’s Fever Heat 100. (Photos by Jim Zimmerline) Jesse Dennis finished second and Ethan Braaksma third. Derry and Damon Murty put on quite a battle for second but it was all Zevenbergen out front in the Friday IMCA Sunoco Stock Car show. Stock Cars – 1. Elijah Zevenbergen; 2. Damon Murty; 3. Brad Derry; 4. Jay Schmidt; 5. Keith Simmons; 6. Mike Albertsen; 7. Brandon Pruitt; 8. Buck Schafroth; 9. Devin Smith; 10. Dallon Murty; 11. Josh Daniels; 12. Marcus Fagan; 13. Corey Piffer; 14. Anthony Goldsberry; 15. Kellie Drury; 16. Bob Daniels; 17. Brian Blessington; 18. Chad LeGere; 19. Brock Badger; 20. Chris Pruitt; 21. Jeremy Getler; 22. Ben Walding; 23. Jeffrey Larson; 24. Robbie Merkle. Hobby Stocks – 1. Corey Madden; 2. Brandon Cox; 3. Chuck Madden Jr.; 4. Miciah Hidlebaugh; 5. Zach Hemmingsen; 6. Shane Butler; 7. Kevin Bruck; 8. Tanner Dixon; 9. Eric Knutson; 10. Shane Palmer; 11. Richard Pahlka Jr.; 12. Jason Fusselman; 13. Jamie Coady; 14. Rusty Gyles; 15. Solomon Bennett; 16. Matthew Wahl; 17. Adam Ayers.  Zevenbergen worked the bottom side of the track Saturday and on lap 19 it would pay off as he took over the top spot and drove off to weekend sweep. Jay Schmidt finished second with Dallon Murty third. Shute used the top side of the track to lead all 25 laps and take the dominating win on Friday, putting his name on the 2020 Fast Shafts All-Star Invitational ballot with the $1,000 victory. STUART, Iowa (Sept. 20-21) – Todd Shute and Joel Rust were IMCA Modified winners while Elijah Zevenbergen, Corey Madden and Mitchell Bunch each swept Fever Heat 100 feature events at Stuart Speedway. Bunch made his move on lap four and went on to the $400 Friday win over Jake Benischek and Fiebelkorn. Miller made a run but it was Bunch at the line by about two feet for the $600 prize. Miller settled for second with Fiebelkorn third. Sept. 21 Feature Results Madden left town with a pair of $1,000 IMCA Sunoco Hobby Stock checks.  Zevenbergen earned $1,000 on opening night and $1,500 on night two. Modifieds – 1. Rust; 2. Braaksma; 3. Dennis; 4. Shute; 5. Mills; 6. Gilman; 7. Casey Skyberg; 8. Simatovich; 9. Garett Wilson; 10. Scott Bash; 11. Hilgenberg; 12. Austin Paul; 13. Ashley Schaaf; 14. Chris Snyder; 15. Roberts. Stock Cars – 1. Zevenbergen; 2. Schmidt; 3. Dallon Murty; 4. Mike Nichols; 5. Brandon Pruitt; 6. Schafroth; 7. Damon Murty; 8. Josh Daniels; 9. Bob Daniels; 10. Daniel Hilsabeck; 11. Todd VanEaton; 12. Matthew West; 13. Dusty Van Horn; 14. LeGere; 15. Piffer; 16. Bryan Snell; 17. Chris Pruitt; 18. Derry; 19. Calvin Lange; 20. Gettler; 21. Badger. After a late caution erased his Saturday pass for the front, he was fastest in a two-lap shootout and crossed the stripe in front of Cox and Jason Kohl. He worked his way into the lead Friday on the 10th circuit and won ahead of Brandon Cox and Chuck Madden Jr.  Dennis and Braaksma ran up front before Rust raced ahead for the $1,500 checkers. Already on the All-Star ballot, he was chased across the stripe by Braaksma and Dennis third.  Tyler Soppe led early on but Brayton Carter stormed into the lead on lap six and went on to the easy $1,000 win in the Friday Karl Kustoms Northern SportMod headliner. Soppe held on for second with Johnathon Logue third. Modifieds – 1. Todd Shute; 2. Jesse Dennis; 3. Ethan Braaksma; 4. Jeremy Mills; 5. Joel Rust; 6. Matthew Meinecke; 7. Josh Gilman; 8. Jimmy Gustin; 9. Nick Roberts; 10. Kenny Wyman Jr.; 11. Scott Simatovich; 12. Scott Bash; 13. Tony Hilgenberg; 14. David Brown.  Northern SportMods – 1. Thompson; 2. Inman; 3. Soppe; 4. Cam Meyer; 5. Masolini; 6. Reimers; 7. Matt Webb; 8. Patava; 9. Lynch; 10. Mitchell Morris; 11. King; 12. Hensley; 13. Moore; 14. Matthew Munton; 15. Bryan Morris; 16. Simmons; 17. Reed; 18. Logue; 19. Colton Nelson; 20. Carter; 21. Zach Hovell; 22. Vanderheiden; 23. Garrett Nelson.  Northern SportMods – 1. Brayton Carter; 2. Tyler Soppe; 3. Johnathon Logue; 4. Doug Smith; 5. Tyler Inman; 6. Jake Sachau; 7. Mitchell Morris; 8. Dusty Masolini; 9. Cam Reimers; 10. Cody Thompson; 11. Brandon Patava; 12. David Schwartz; 13. Dustin Lynch; 14. Ryan King; 15. Chris Burke; 16. David Johnson; 17. Colton Nelson; 18. Jeremy Van Ede; 19. Tommy Hensley; 20. Bryan Morris; 21. Brett Vanderheiden; 22. Blair Simmons; 23. Jeremiah Reed; 24. Robert Moore. By Josh Reynolds Sport Compacts – 1. Bunch; 2. Curtis Miller; 3. Fiebelkorn; 4. Lange; 5. Caine Mahlberg; 6. Richards; 7. Masterson; 8. Shawn Hein; 9. Ryan Brown; 10. Owen Richards; 11. Ashton Blain; 12. Tim Cude; 13. Kimmel; 14. Pinckney; 15. Austin Barnes; 16. Hurley; 17. Casen Keller; 18. Keaton Wenzel; 19. Mills; 20. Jeriray Croy; 21. Josh Modde; 22. Nathan Castellano; 23. Michael Love; 24. Benischek; 25. 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