Marshalltown Speedway

Action Heats Back Up Again This Friday
TWIN TOPLESS DIRTY 30'S WINS TO RUST AND PARIS AS...
Shute Takes Wild One at the Line, Reynolds, Carter...
Action Heats Back Up Again This Friday

Action Heats Back Up Again This Friday

6/11/2024 -
6/11/24 MARSHALLTOWN, Ia June 14 at the Marshalltown Speedway it will be P & D Welding Solutions $1,000 to win for the IMCA Modifieds and a $500 Shoot
TWIN TOPLESS DIRTY 30'S WINS TO RUST AND PARIS AS...

TWIN TOPLESS DIRTY 30'S WINS TO RUST AND PARIS AS...

6/8/2024 -
June 7, 2024 MARSHALLTOWN, Iowa Marshalltown Speedway was host to the first of two Twin Topless Dirty 30 races on Friday night. The IMCA Friesen Perf
Shute Takes Wild One at the Line, Reynolds, Carter...

Shute Takes Wild One at the Line, Reynolds, Carter...

6/1/2024 -
May 31, 2024 MARSHALLTOWN, Iowa Marshalltown Speedway was back in action again Friday night after the prior week's rain out. But would it happen with

-

Action Heats Back Up Again This Friday

Action Heats Back Up Again This Friday

6/11/2024
6/11/24 MARSHALLTOWN, Ia June 14 at the Marshalltown Speedway it will be P & D Welding Solutions $1,000 to win for the IMCA Modifieds and a $500 Shoot-out Structural Race as well. The IMCA Stock Cars, SportMods, Hobby Stocks, Mod Lites, and Sport Compacts will also be...more
TWIN TOPLESS DIRTY 30'S WINS TO RUST AND PARIS AS CARTER, DHONDT,

TWIN TOPLESS DIRTY 30'S WINS TO RUST AND PARIS AS CARTER, DHONDT,...

6/8/2024
June 7, 2024 MARSHALLTOWN, Iowa Marshalltown Speedway was host to the first of two Twin Topless Dirty 30 races on Friday night. The IMCA Friesen Performance Modifieds and Northern SportMods both removed their tops for the unique race program. The second night for the...more
WHO'S GOING TOPLESS THIS FRIDAY NIGHT

WHO'S GOING TOPLESS THIS FRIDAY NIGHT

6/2/2024
It's the annual Capital Sign Co. Twin Topless Dirty 30's IMCA Modifieds $1,200.00 to Win Draw / ReDraw IMCA SportMods $1,000.00 to Win Draw / ReDraw IMCA Modifieds must run a maximum 2 inch x 4 inch spoiler brace, roof covering both classes can have wire screen but no...more
Shute Takes Wild One at the Line, Reynolds, Carter, Ballard, Gonz

Shute Takes Wild One at the Line, Reynolds, Carter, Ballard, Gonz...

6/1/2024
May 31, 2024 MARSHALLTOWN, Iowa Marshalltown Speedway was back in action again Friday night after the prior week's rain out. But would it happen with the questionable weather? It did! And some great racing prevailed. Todd Shute won a "sparks flying" win at the checkers...more


Aikey takes two at the Dale DeFrance and Bill Davis, Sr. memorial at the High Banks
884
7/12/2019

7/12/2019

Marshalltown Speedway


Aikey takes two at the Dale DeFrance and Bill Davis, Sr. memorial at the High Banks

July 11, 2019

The Dale DeFrance and Bill Davis, Sr. memorial race was held at the Marshalltown Speedway on a rare Thursday night during the Central Iowa Fair. The drivers in all classes were running for bigger pay offs, huge trophies, plus many contingencies brought about by the hard work of both families to honor the two very special racers. It was a draw/redraw show and was not for track points.

Jeff Aikey put on quite the show as won two races back to back....the IMCA Modified feature and then the IMCA Late Model event. Todd Reitzler put it on the block in the winner's circle by taking the honors in the IMCA Stock Car event. It was Brayton Carter winning for the fifth time this year in the IMCA Northern SportMod class. Eric Stanton made a trip to the High Banks and went home with honors in the IMCA Hobby Stock division, and Dillon Raffurty made the long haul up from Independence, Missouri, and went home with a win in the Mod Lites on his first ever trip to the speedway.

Dillon Raffurty made the trip up from Independence, Missouri, and led all 15-lap to take the checkers in the Mod Lite feature. Mike Zemo from Davenport, Iowa chased the leader the entire way, to finish as the runner up. Mike Morrill took third place, fourth went to Joel Huggins, and Tanner Gannon completed the top five. This was Raffurty's first time ever at the track.

Leah Wroten got out in front quickly in the IMCA Hobby Stock A main, but Eric Stanton had the lead at lap four. Stanton, who started sixth, never looked back from there on as he motored to the flying checkers. Wroten held the runner up position, Kayden Reynolds finished third, fourth was Jamie Coady and Zach Hovell was fifth.

The IMCA Northern SportMods were up next for their 18-lap feature. Brayton Carter started in the seccond row, took command immediately and warded off the advances of Jenae Gustin, and then Jake McBirnie to take another win. Jake McBirnie came from eleventh to finish in the runner up spot, Jenae Gustin was third, fourth went to thirteenth place starter Travis Peterson, earning him a hard charger award, and Cam Reimers took fifth place. This marked the fifth win at the speedway for Carter this year.

Todd Reitzler went home $1,000 richer after taking the honors in the IMCA Stock Cars. Reitzler drew the pole and kept it out front the entire 18-laps to secure the win. It was a dog fight behind Reitzler however, as Jeff Wollam, David Brandies, Kyle Everts, and Jeff Mueller jockeyed for position. A yellow with just two laps remaining found Mueller stranded at the top of turn three with mechanical issues, thus resulting in a green-white-checkered shoot out. Reitzler held his lead and took the win. David Brandies crossed the line in second but was penalized for a last corner incident with then second running Jeff Wollam. Damon Murty started fifteenth and was then awarded second place after a terrific last minute surge, Steve Meyer came from eighteenth to finish fourth, and Shawn Ritter took his ride to fifth after starting twelfth. This was Reitzler's second appearance in Victory Lane this season.

$1,100 was up for grabs to the winner of the 20-lap IMCA Modified A main event. Jeff Aikey took a liking to the top of the track, and sailed home to the win. Ryan Gustin chased Aikey most of the distance but had to settle for second. Ethan Dotson took third, Richie Gustin started in twelfth spot and finished fourth, and Zack VanderBeek rounded out the top five. This was Aikey's second Modified win, repeating from last week.

The finale of the night was 44 laps of IMCA Late Model racing, in honor of the late Dale DeFrance's car number. Fittingly, son Darrel DeFrance drew the pole starting position for the race. DeFrance led the opening laps until Brian Harris nosed under him to take over at lap five. Harris soon had Richie Gustin to contend with, and after running side by side, and a couple of slide jobs, Gustin made it stick and took over the lead. The race was far from over however, as a pair of #77 cars came calling. Visiting York, Nebraska racer, Cory Dumpert moved from fourteenth starting spot to run in second, and Jeff Aikey, fresh off of his Modified victory, had moved from nineteenth spot to run in third. The closing circuits saw Aikey make his move and he took over the top spot. He would then hold it to take the checkers and secure the $1,500 pay day. Cory Dumpert was second, Darrel DeFrance took third place, fourth went to Brian Harris, and Sherrill, Iowa's Jeff Tharp came from fifteenth starting spot, to score a top five finish.

Next races will be Friday, July 19 with racing in all six classes. Hot laps are scheduled for 6:50 and racing at 7:30.


Submitted By: Jerry Vansickel

Back to News


Next Event

DAYSHRSMINSEC
Driver Registration Buy Tickets!