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Karts Have Great Races To Wrap Up 2014 Willamette Season
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9/21/2014

9/21/2014

Willamette Speedway


Karts Have Great Races To Wrap Up 2014 Willamette Season

Karts Have Great Races To Wrap Up 2014 Willamette Season
By Ben Deatherage
(Photo Courtesy of Doc’s Photos)
The 2014 Kart season at Willamette Speedway would come to a close on Friday September 19th. With most of the championships already decided there were a few still up in the air. The evening would once again put on some great racing action.

Jayden Trupp would continue his dominant ways in the Pee Wee division after collecting his ninth main event win in 2014. Trupp would also become the 2014 champion in the class after an extremely successful campaign in the Dave Foote Motorsports/Nexdor Tobacco & More/Trupp Family Race Team #72 QRC.

Jayden Trupp’s sister, Lydia who is also from Coos Bay, would finish in second in her Dave Foote Motorsports/Nexdor Tobacco & More/Trupp Family Race Team #722 QRC while third Forest Grove’s Bradyn Brookshire was third in his Brookshire Racing #ZER0 QRC.

Carter Patterson of Albany was once again in victory lane in the 5HP Open division. It would be the seventh win of the campaign for Patterson and the James Gang Pizza/Clayton’s Cornwell Tools/Rebecca’s Barber Shop/King Office Equipment #47 QRC. Patterson also would win the championship in the division.

The Riggs Racing #32 Hubbard of Seth Riggs from Eugene was second followed by Corbett youngster Skyler Winebarger in his Discount Race Car Parts/ Big Sky Landscaping/Absolute Auto Service/Frisbie Motorsports #1W QRC in third.

In the other 5HP class, the 5HP Intermediate, Kylee Day of Vancouver, Washington would score her first ever victory after only a handful of starts in her young career. Day, in her Discount Race Car Parts/Terry’s Drain Service #10D QRC, is one of the only drivers to defeat Cottage Grove’s Austin Sause all year long. Speaking of Austin Sause the pilot of the Wheeless Trailer Sales/Cooper’s Pest Control/Central Coast Vacuum/Umpqua Survival #7 QRC would be declared the champion.

Austin Sause finished the main event in second place while the James Gang Pizza/Clayton’s Cornwell Tools/Rebecca’s Barber Shop/King Office Equipment #26 QRC of Makayla Patterson from Albany was third.

Jerry Fonfara of Keizer would score his seventh main event of the season in his Fonfara Racing #88 Trackmagic. Finishing in second would be fellow Keizer native Jayden Kimball in his Bob’s O.K. Tire/G&S Machine #17 entry who would end up the title holder.

The 125cc division was one of the close point battles headed into the final leg. McKenzie Lockhart of Albany, in only her first year in Karts, would end up the victory in her Linn-Benton Insurance/James Gang Pizza/A.A. Towing #29 QRC. Conner Hanson of Creswell would win the point championship after Lebanon’s Kyle Roles, in his Knothole Market/Big Sky Landscaping/Clayton's Cornwell Tools/Scofield's Karts & Parts #02 QRC, would experience problems during the course of the night.

Conner Hanson would be second in his Hanson Contract Cutting/BC Motorsports/SKS Racing/DT Motorsports #55H QRC while third went to the Checkered Flag Paving & Sealcoating/Big Sky Landscaping/Scofield's Karts & Parts/E&L Motorsports #6A QRC of Clackamas chauffeur Dustin Asher. The rest of the top five would be made up of Albany’s Trinity Pendley in her Linn-Benton Insurance/James Gang Pizza/A.A. Towing #47 QRC in fourth while fifth was Tyler Pagel of Brightwood in his Pagel Trucking/Begg’s Tires & Wheel/Pagel Towing/C.A.’s Lift Truck Service #27 QRC.

In 250cc competition Kyle Cormican of Vancouver, Washington win his fourth race of the season in his Schram Brothers Excavating/RSR Racercraft/Xtreme Motorsports/James Gang Pizza #113 RFC. Unfortunately he would experience issues in heat race competition which resulting in him losing the title to Albany’s Eric Scofield.

Eric Scofeld would place the Scofield's Karts & Parts/Human Bean Coffee/Lassen RV/Fastenal #37 QRC Area51 in the runner-up position followed by Alex Goss from Eugene in his Goss Family Racing #21 SKE. Tyler Goss, Alex’s brother and also from Eugene, would finish his Goss Family Racing #22 QRC in fourth while the Oregon Outlaw Speed Shop/Luck O’Jonny/Old Black Daddy Foster Care #151 RFC of Portland’s Duke Johnson completed the top five in fifth.

Last but not least the Open Kage division would see a new feature winner. Harrisburg teenager Makenzie Thompson would earn her first career Willamette Speedway Open Kage triumph in the Bunce Equipment/Village Green Resort/BC Motorsports/Rocket Designs #77M RFC. Bricen James of Albany would be declared champion after a dominant 2014 season.

Tyler Thompson, of Harrisburg and younger brother to Makenzie, piloting the Bunce Equipment/Village Green Resort/BC Motorsports/Rocket Designs #77 RFC, was second with champion Bricen James third in his James Gang Pizza/Lebanon Auto Body/Schram Brothers Excavating/O’Connell Machine/Rainbow Rentals #13 SKE. The Unlimited Business Service/Cascade Outdoor Power & Equipment #15 Hubbard of Lebanon’s Cory Yeack ended the night fourth while fifth went to fellow Lebanon driver Austin Jones in the Burke’s Metal Recycling/Knothole Market #7 QRC.

Well that wraps another fantastic year of Kart action at Willamette. Be sure and stay tuned as far as the date and location for the 2014 awards banquet for Kart teams. We will promptly post on www.trophymotorsports.com any banquet info as well as any information pertaining to the 2015 season.

Race Summary:
Championship Night
Friday September 19th, 2014
Willamette Speedway
Lebanon, Oregon
Pee Wee
A Feature: 1. 72-Jayden Trupp; 2. 722-Lydia Trupp; 3. ZER0-Braydn Brookshire

5HP Open
A Feature: 1. 47-Carter Patterson; 2. 32-Seth Riggs; 3. 1W-Skyler Winebarger

5HP Intermediate
A Feature: 1. 10D-Kylee Day; 2. 7-Austin Sause; 3. 26-Makayla Patterson

Rookie Speedway Karts
A Feature: 1. 88-Jerry Fonfara; 2. 17-Jayden Kimball

125cc
A Feature: 1. 29-McKenzie Lockhart; 2. 55H-Conner Hanson; 3. 6A-Dustin Asher; 4. 47-Trinity Pendley; 5. 27-Tyler Pagel; 6. 53-Bailey Crump; 7. 02-Kyle Roles

250cc
A Feature: 1. 113-Kyle Cormican; 2. 37-Eric Scofield; 3. 21-Alex Goss; 4. 22-Tyler Goss; 5. 151-Duke Johnson; 6. T3-Talyn Roberts; 7. 99-Jared Lund; 8. 48C-Custin Jones

Open Kage
A Feature: 1. 77M-Makenzie Thompson; 2. 77-Tyler Thompson; 3. 13-Bricen James; 4. 15-Cory Yeack; 5. 7-Austin Jones; 6. 13*-Casey Starr; 7. 2-Justin Jones; 8. 55-Kyle Mehner; 9. 49-Briley Pompe


Submitted By: Ben Deatherage

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