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Frostbuster wins to Grabouski, Brown, Carter, and Watson
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4/6/2019

4/6/2019

Marshalltown Speedway


Frostbuster wins to Grabouski, Brown, Carter, and Watson

The Marshalltown Speedway got its 2019 racing season kicked off on Friday night with the running of their IMCA Frostbuster special. On the ticket for the night's action were the IMCA Modifieds, IMCA Stock Cars, IMCA SportMods, and the IMCA Hobby Stocks. The packed stands of eager race fans saw 173 race cars take to the Highbanks for a great night of racing action.

The IMCA Hobby Stocks got the feature racing started as the 24 cars that qualified through the heats and three B Mains, put on a flag to flag 15-lap main event. Veteran racer John Watson took home the first Frostbuster crown by leading the race from start to finish. Watson started second and took the immediate lead and took the checkers comfortably over second place Corey Madden. A close third went to Dylan Nelson, Trevor Holm made the haul from Chandler, Minnesota and came away with a fourth place finish, and Adam Ayers from Adair, Iowa, completed the top five.

The IMCA Northern SportMods ran a 20 lap feature event and when all was said and done, Brayton Carter, Oskaloosa, Iowa was crowned the Frostbuster winner. Carter, who started fourth, fought by early leader Nate Whitehurst and then held off a hard charging Doug Smith in the latter laps, to capture the crown. Following second place Smith was Keokuk, Iowa's Daniel Fellows in third, fourth went to twelfth place starter Tony Olson, and Tyler Nerud, Dorchester, Nebraska, was fifth.

The IMCA Stock Cars, still the Class too Tough to Tame, put on their usual exciting feature. Dan Mackenthun from Hamburg, Minnesota started on the pole of the 20-lap event, and held the early lead until Kyle Brown took over the helm at lap three. Brown, who started seventh, shot to the lead and then held it the remainder of the way to the finish line and the Frostbuster win. Finishing in second place was veteran racer Brian Blessington who started twelfth, Donavon Smith took third place after starting sixteenth, fourth went to John Oliver, Jr., Danville, Iowa, and Shawano, Wisconsin driver, Trent Nolan, was fifth.

The night cap was the 25-lap IMCA Modified feature. Defending IMCA National Champion, Jordan Grabouski, from Beatrice, Nebraska started on the outside front row alongside pole sitter Tim Ward and nabbed the lead as soon as the race went green. From there on, Grabouski would lead all laps on his way to the flying checkers. Ricky Thornton, Jr. came from sixth starting position and chased the leader for much of the race, but had to settle for a runner up spot on this night. Tim Ward finished in third, fourth was tenth place starter Cayden Carter, and Joel Rust came from thirteenth starting spot, to round out the top five.

The next action at the Marshalltown Speedway is slated for this coming Thursday, April 11 for the Inaugural Bill Davis Memorial. The IMCA Modifieds, Stock Cars, SportMods, and Hobby Stocks will be in action. The following night, Friday, April 12, will be the season opener with the Mod Lites joining the action. The green flag drops at 7:30.


Article Credit: Joyce Eisele

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