Schroeder and Carter Take Victories Late on Tasos Steakhouse and Southern Iowa Chassis Night

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August 27, 2014

Schroeder and Carter Take Victories Late on Tasos Steakhouse and

Southern Iowa Chassis Night

By Jeremy Fox

Oskaloosa, Iowa (August

27th, 2014)
–Finally the Southern Iowa Speedway returned into action after

nearly a month hiatus but it was an action packed night on Tasos Steakhouse and

Southern Iowa Chassis Night.

First feature of the night was the IMCA Sport Compacts ten lap feature and it

was Matt Moore leading the opening lap. On lap two though it was Austen Beccera

from Ilinois taking the top spot. Beccera led the remaining distance which also

saw the only stoppage to the race on lap six when Jon Menuis rolled in turn

four. For Beccera that was his first at Osky in 2014. Bill Whalen beat out his

brother John Whalen for second. Moore came home fourth and Menuis was fifth.

Charlie Weber led the first two laps in the 16 lap KBOE Radio IMCA SportMod

feature but it was Jason McDaniel taking it away on lap three. Shortly after on

lap four the caution came out for Danny Brau in turn two. McDaniel continued to

lead until the caution came out again on lap ten for Curtis VanDerWal in turn

two and Tony Johnson on the front stretch. McDaniel held on to take win number

three at Osky in 2014. Brett Lowry finished second, Ryan Fullenkamp was third,

Cory Van Zante was fourth and Weber was fifth.

In the Pepsi Cola IMCA Hobby Stocks 15 lap feature it was Mike Kincaid grabbing

the early lead from his outside front row starting spot. Kincaid continued to

lead until lap eight when something went amiss under the hood forcing his exit

and that handed the lead over to Mike Hughes. Hughes lead the remaining laps

including through the only race caution on lap ten. Hughes crossed the line in

first but was disqualifed in post race tech inspection handing the win over to

Danny Thrasher. Brad Stephens, Craig Brown, Dustin Griffiths and Nick Ulin

rounded out the top five.

Cayden Carter started outside row two in the Musco Lighting IMCA Modifieds 14

lap feature but by the end of lap one he was out front leading. Carter had a

full straight-away lead built up by the time the only race caution came out on

lap seven for AJ Johnson in turn two. Carter then saw Andrew Schroeder right behind

him and Schroeder made the move on lap 12 and took the lead away. Schroeder

went on to take the win over Carter. Scott Dickey was third, Jerry Pilcher was

fourth and Tyler Groenendyk was fifth.

Final Feature of the night was 18 lap Budweiser IMCA Stock Cars feature and it

was Todd Reitzler taking the lead. Reitzler appeared to be heading on to the

win, he even continued to hold on to the lead through the only race caution on

lap ten for Brock Welch in turn two. Reitzler however knew Cayden Carter was behind

him on the restart but held him off until the last lap. Carter made the move

and took the win away from Reitzler. Nathan Wood driving his old car finish

third, Shane Weller was fourth and Jerry Pilcher was fifth.

Only one weekly points night which will also be Season Championship Night

sponsored by Pepsi Cola Mahaska Bottling and KBOE Radio coming on Wednesday

September 17th. Hot Laps at 7pm and Racing at 7:30pm.

Then mark your calenders for the 28th Annual Musco Lighting Fall Challenge

coming up Friday and Saturday October 3rd and 4th.

For More information check out or call Mike Van Genderen at