how to spot a scammer online dating (Ryan Bille celebrates his seventh Bandolero feature win on Saturday at Barberton Speedway / Photo Credit : Billy McKinney and Christie Hrdlicka)
NORTON, OH : With rain moving out of the area early enough to save the track, Mike Mazzagatti made the call to let the drivers run and put on a spectacular show. They did just that. Side by side racing, fights to the finish, race long jockeying for position, and the threat of the season winding down meant it was time to get moving forward. For some, valuable points were at stake as they closed in on season championships. For others, bragging rights and pressure to succeed were on their minds as they wanted to grab that elusive checkered flag.
“I had to work hard for that one” exclaimed Bandolero winner Ryan Bille. He picked up win number seven on the season and in a row as he adds to his points lead. When the race started, young Steve Mitch led the field of eight down to green but got passed by veteran Madison Lengyel. Lengyel was one of two original Bandolero drivers from their inception in 2015, (The other being Chris Breads) and she wanted a win in the worst way.
Week in and out, she had been close and hoped this would be her week. Leading almost half of the race, she kept on the offensive as Chris Breads worked on her bumper. Breads made a bold pass in turn three for the lead right at the halfway point, but got passed on the opposite end of the track in turn one by Bille. Breads didn’t let Bille get too far ahead.
As he kept the silver #23 in his sights, Breads made sure to let Bille know he was there. The two giants of the division jockeyed for any kind of advantage to pull away from one another, but both had an answer for the other’s move. At the white flag, Breads tried once more to make the inside work, but Bille pulled away and took home the win. The battle was one the fans loved and the two drivers enjoyed the competition.
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- Ryan Bille (#23)
- Christopher Breads (#01)
- Mason Surgener (#42)
- Madison Lengyel (#51)
- Jesse Adams, Jr. (#1)
- Steve Mitch (#34)
- Kylie Archer (#48)
- Landin Collmar (#2)
“I just want to thank everybody that helps me out” exclaimed Legend winner Aaron Mulrooney. His win comes at the right time as he wants to get points on the leader Cale Grimes. Mulrooney sits one point out of 2nd in points and sits a race out of first.
When the green flag fell, the #3 of Dan Shively grabbed the early race lead. His lead was short lived as Mulrooney worked around Shively and took the lead. Just as he and the others got into a groove, the red flag stopped the field dead in their tracks as a metal crunching wreck involving Lars McElravy and Austin Tapia brought the race to a halt. Both drivers were checked and found to be okay.
When the green fell, Mulrooney kept his lead and worked out to half a track lead. Positions jockeyed behind him and it was Grimes who came out in 2nd. Grimes began reeling in the #2 of Mulrooney, but fell short of laps as checkers graced Mulrooney first.
http://jilliannowell.com/portfolio-items/jnem-staff/ Legends – Results :
- Aaron Mulrooney, Jr. (#2)
- Cale Grimes (#11)
- Tristan Borkoski (#21T)
- Dan Sharpless (#3)
- Madalynn Minnear (#51)
- Anthony Price (#33)
- Austin Tapia (#17)
- Dylan Mehri (#38)
- Lars McElravy (#5)
– Barberton Speedway press release prepared by Billy McKinney and Christie Hrdlicka