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Wertz rallies to win Late Model opener
Apr 11, 2010 - updated Apr 11th, 2010 12:48pm
Web posted by Gary Daughtrey

Hampton, VA --

NASCAR Whelen All-American Series at Langley Speedway

Pomoco Auto Group Night (2010 Season Opener) Race Report Saturday, April 10, 2010


Overcoming a qualifying miscue, Mark Wertz took the lead on lap 85 and sped on to victory in the Pomoco Auto Group 100 for the Crossroads Fuel Service Late Model Stock Cars, the featured event of Saturday evening’s NASCAR Whelen All-American Series program at Langley Speedway, which launched the track’s 60th Anniversary campaign.
Danny Edwards Jr. paced the field in during late afternoon time trials, circling the track at 90.297 mph to break Phil Warren’s old division standard, which had stood for 13 years. Dean Shiflett was second-fastest, followed by defending series champ C.E. Falk, Paul DeBolt and John Staton. Wertz, meanwhile, was 13th in the rundown, a matter he would address after the race.

As the event got under way, Edwards Jr. leaped into the lead, pulling ahead of Shiflett as the field headed into Turn 1 for the first time. Falk rushed to fill the opening to the inside of Shiflett and came away with the second spot. Shiflett dropped into a side-by-side battle with DeBolt. He ultimately claimed the position, but not until the lead duo had driven away by half a straightaway.
The first caution flag appeared on lap 9 when a power outage darkened Turns 3 and 4 and a portion of the frontstretch. After a brief delay, the field gathered for a double-file restart with Edwards Jr. and Falk showing the way. Shiflett and DeBolt made up Row 2, followed by Greg Edwards and Staton.
When the race resumed, Falk failed to come up to speed immediately and the outside line began to stack up. DeBolt took the brunt of the exchange, slowing to a halt in Turn 2 with heavy front-end damage to bring out the second yellow flag.
On the restart, Falk stumbled again. This time, though, he pulled safely aside and fell back to fourth as Shiflett and Greg Edwards darted past. The shuffle allowed Danny Edwards Jr. to build a three-length advantage.
Wertz popped up into the top five for the first time on lap 13, overtaking Staton. Meanwhile, Falk was on the comeback trail, bypassing Greg Edwards for third on lap 15 and running down Shiflett for second on lap 19. As Falk advanced, though, the leader extended his margin to over half a straightaway.
The swapping of spots continued on lap 21 as Greg Edwards picked off Shiflett for third place. Wertz tagged along and moved into fourth on the following circuit.
At the front, Edwards Jr. caught the tail of the field on lap 38 and Falk began to nibble away at the gap. By lap 47, Edwards’ lead had vanished as he ran up on a two-wide duel between Staton and Jeff Shiflett.
On lap 48, Falk poked a fender alongside Edwards and edged ahead at the line to take the lead for the first time. He also paced lap 49, then gave way to Edwards, who regained the top spot at the halfway mark. The two broke free of slower traffic on lap 51 and Edwards quickly regained a three-length margin.
The third caution flag flew on lap 69 for Robbie Babb’s spin in Turn 4.
Back under way, restarts continued to plague Falk, who lost positions to Greg Edwards, Wertz and Wesley Falk, falling to fifth. He righted the ship, though, and soon reclaimed fourth place.
Only two more green-flag laps were in the books before a tangle between Staton and Shawn Balluzzo on the frontstretch prompted Caution #4. Lining up for the restart, the Edwards brothers shared the front row, followed by Wertz and C.E. Falk.
As the race resumed, the Edwardses bolted from the pack, while Falk went to work on Wertz, snatching the third spot. Wertz returned the favor on lap 80, however, regaining the position.
The last of the race’s five caution flags was unfurled on lap 81 when Dean Shiflett spun toward the Turn 4 wall. Lining up for what would turn out to be the final restart, the Edwardses — Danny and Greg — remained 1-2, followed by Wertz and the Falk brothers — C.E. and Wesley.
Under green for the last time, Danny Edwards Jr. cleared his brother’s machine down the backstretch, leaving the lane open for Wertz, who pounced on the opportunity and moved up to second. Deeper in the field, Wesley Falk bypassed C.E. Falk, who began to slide down the running order.
By lap 84, Wertz was parked on Edwards Jr.’s rear bumper and looking for the lead. He pulled the trigger on the next circuit, driving to the inside of Edwards Jr. off the second corner and nosing ahead at the stripe. Clearing Edwards’ #26 on the backstretch on lap 86, Wertz quickly pulled away. Within three laps, he had stretched his margin to four lengths. Meanwhile, Wesley Falk had picked off Greg Edwards for third and was on the hunt for second.
On lap 89, Wesley Falk motored underneath Danny Edwards Jr. and gained the runner-up position as they exited Turn 4. The exchange allowed Wertz to extend his lead to half a straightaway, but Falk was on the move.
Over the closing laps, Wesley Falk chopped into Wertz’s lead. He came up two lengths short at the checkers, though, as Wertz held on for a 0.416-second victory. Danny Edwards Jr. was third, clipping Greg Edwards by just 32-thousandths of a second at the flagstand. Doug Warren was fifth, nipping Brandon Gdovic by an even closer margin — 18-thousandths of a second.
Duane Shreeves was seventh to the line, while C.E. Falk, Jeff Shiflett and Dude Gibbs completed the top 10. Woody Howard and Dean Shiflett were 11th and 12th, respectively, the final drivers to finish all 100 laps.
In Victory Lane following the event, Wertz explained the time trial error that buried him in 13th on the starting grid: “Let me tell ya’ what Mark Wertz did. I feel like Mark Martin. When I was qualifying, the man threw the white flag and I thought he threw the checkered flag, so I only took one lap of qualifying. Kinda messed me up a little bit. Guess I’m getting old.”
Continuing, Wertz noted his unlikely win: “With the competition here at Langley Speedway, to start 13th and win and keep the nose on the car, I tell ya’, unbelievable. The car just stayed steady. We weren’t a rocketship early, but my crew stayed heads-up with me ‘cause I really let ‘em down qualifying.”
Regarding the institution of double-file restarts, Wertz recounted, “Well, actually, I was working on Woody (Howard) there for 10th and the caution come out and I was like, ‘Oh! I guess I don’t have to worry about working on Woody. He’s on the outside now.’”
Asked about the division’s switch to Hoosier tires for the ‘10 campaign, Wertz answered the question with one of his own: “What do you think? We run a 16.80 pace all night. We were in the 17.40s last year. It’s awesome.”
On his prospects for more wins this season, Wertz concluded, “You’ve gotta take every week like it’s the last week. These guys are so good out here. The competition’s so strong at Langley Speedway, you’ve just gotta enjoy the wins when you get ‘em ‘cause they don’t come often.”

In the evening’s other feature events:

In the 40-lap opener for the Super Street division, Randy Akers started on the pole, at 75.550 mph, and led from wire-to-wire to capture the win.
Akers took the lead in Turn 1 on the opening lap, powering ahead of his front-row colleague, Ryan Nester. Kevin Alves, who started third, slipped into second, while Nester settled into third. Ritchie German emerged from the shuffle in fourth, followed by Jamie Sample.
By lap 4, Akers had opened a five-length margin over Alves. Behind them, German hounded Nester for third, taking the spot on lap 7.
The first caution flag flew on lap 9 when Jason Aukland spun at the end of the backstretch. The only other yellow flag came out on the ensuing restart as Alves spun at the flagstand, marking an early end to his night.
Gathering for another restart, Akers was flanked by Sean Calway, who was taking advantage of a new race procedure which allows drivers deeper in the pack to pull up toward the front and take their chances in the outside lane.
Back under green, Akers and German quickly cleared Calway, who dropped into a door-to-door battle with Nester. Nester eventually won that duel, clearing Calway on lap 11. He had lost some ground to the lead duo, though, as five lengths separated him from German.
At the halfway mark, Akers was up by better than half a straightaway over German and the gap was growing. Heading into the final 10 circuits, the margin had swelled to a full straightaway.
On lap 30, John Pereira and Michael Farmer tangled in Turn 4 and Farmer spun. He got himself pointed in the right direction and continued as the yellow flag stayed under wraps. Nearing the end, Pereira pulled up behind Farmer and the two began a little cat-and-mouse game. Meanwhile, Akers was cautiously closing in.
Rather than wade into Pereira and Farmer’s private scuffle, Akers eased off in the waning laps. It allowed German to cut into his lead, but Akers had plenty of margin for error and won by five car-lengths — 1.127 seconds, to be precise. German tailed Akers to the line, in second. Nester was third, while Sample and Jeff Shannon completed the top five.

Brad Hancock led from pole to checkers to earn the win in a 30-lapper for the Casey Cycle City INEX Legends. The event was a qualifier for the INEX Legends Nationals, which will be held at Langley in October.
Hancock started on the pole, at 78.278 mph, sharing the front row with Joe Hendricks Jr. Cameron Patrick and Jake Morris made up Row 2, while defending division champ Steve Keesee started fifth.
The event got off to a rocky start as a four-car incident in Turn 3 prompted the first caution flag.
Finally under green, Hendricks gained a slight edge over Hancock as the field rolled through Turns 1 and 2. Coming back to the flagstand, though, Hancock surged ahead by half a car-length, then cleared Hendricks on lap 2. Caught on the outside, Hendricks tumbled back to seventh.
Patrick held down the second spot until lap 12 when his powerplant went up in a cloud of smoke along the frontstretch, bringing out Caution #2. Lining up for the restart, a lapped machine separated Hancock from the new second-place runner, Morris.
Hancock took full advantage of the buffer when the green flag reappeared, pulling away by four lengths. Behind him, Tyler Lester slipped by Jamie Price to crack the top five. At the halfway mark, Hancock showed the way, followed by Morris, 12-year-old Gray Gaulding, Hendricks and Lester.
The third, and final, caution flag waved on lap 28. Battling for second, Morris and Gaulding made contact off Turn 4. Sensing an upcoming calamity, Hendricks tried to take evasive action and ended up against the inside wall, just past the start/finish line.
On the last restart, Morris shot to the outside of Hancock in a bid for the lead. That effort came up dry, though, and he also surrendered second place to Gaulding.
At the finish, Hancock was the winner by 0.370-second over Gaulding. Morris was third, followed by Keesee, who rallied from the back of the pack after pitting under the first caution flag. Lester was fifth.
The race winner, Hancock, was also the top-finishing Pro Division driver. Gaulding paced the Young Lions, while Morris was the top Semi-Pro and Darrell Vance, who was 10th, headed the Masters class.

Robbie Davis, who ended the ‘09 Super Truck season on a six-race winning streak, picked up right where he left off in Saturday’s 25-lapper. He took the lead on lap 1 and rolled to his seventh straight win.
Charlie Barclay started on the pole, at 74.505 mph. As the field headed into Turn 2 for the first time, though, he looped his machine, handing the top spot to Davis, his front-row mate. Barclay rejoined the race as the caution flag remained hidden.
With Barclay out of contention, Tommy Nixon, the ‘09 champ, moved up to challenge Davis. By lap 7, though, Davis’ lead had grown to five truck-lengths. Deeper in the field, Brad Adams and Troy Turnage tussled for third with Turnage taking the spot on lap 12.
The first caution flag appeared on lap 14 when Bill Wallace smacked the Turn 4 wall. During the caution period, a medical emergency in the grandstands drew the attention of rescue personnel, resulting in a red-flag delay.
Back under green, Davis pulled away from the pack, while Adams gambled on an outside starting position and made it pay off, moving into second. Nixon dropped to third, followed by Turnage.
The second caution flag waved on lap 20 when Adams and Nixon tangled in Turn 2. The third yellow flag came on the ensuing restart when Lloyd Holbrook slowed to a stop along the backstretch.
Setting up for a dash to the finish, Davis was out front with Turnage in second. Chris Bechtel lined up third, followed by Curtis Hughes and Cory Millard.
As the race resumed, Adams rocketed up into fourth, while Davis opened a six-length lead. On lap 23 Adams gained one last spot, picking off Bechtel for third.
At the finish, Davis was the winner by a straightaway over Turnage. Adams was third, while Bechtel and Nixon rounded out the top five.

Like Davis in the Super Trucks, Adam Florian ended the ‘09 EZ Auto of Newport News UCAR campaign on a winning streak — four in a row. And, also like Davis, he extended his streak in the 25-lap 2010 opener, scoring his fifth straight victory.
Florian earned the pole for the event with a 72.470-mph qualifying effort and took the lead in Turn 1 on lap 1. Michael Joyner, who started third, tagged along with Florian and moved up to second, dropping outside pole starter Matt Morgan to third.
The first caution flag flew on lap 4 when Derrick Roberts slowed to a halt on the backstretch. As the field bunched for a restart, Randy Prillaman abandoned his sixth position to test his luck to Florian’s outside.
Back under green, Florian and Joyner quickly cleared Prillaman, who eventually slipped back to sixth. Nothing ventured, nothing gained!
The second yellow flag waved on lap 11 when Jayson Vaught spun in Turn 2. Again, Prillaman moved up to challenge Florian on the restart.
When the green flag reappeared, Florian failed to come up to speed and Joyner grabbed the top spot with Prillaman on his heels. Morgan moved up to third, while Florian settled back into fourth.
Only one more lap was completed before the last of the race’s three caution flags was hoisted as Jesse Jones spun in Turn 4. On the next restart, it was Florian who pulled out of line to move alongside Joyner.
As the race resumed, Joyner cleared Florian, who dropped in line on his bumper. Meanwhile, Morgan went to work on Prillaman for third, taking the spot on lap 13. Prillaman reversed the move on the following lap, though, and regained third, leaving the door open for Michael Waters, who took fourth.
At the front, Florian pestered Joyner for the lead until lap 16 when he muscled to the inside of the leader off Turn 2, motoring ahead at the entrance to Turn 3. Less than four laps later, Florian had driven off by five lengths.
At the checkers, Florian was the winner by 2.285 seconds — over half a straightaway. Joyner was second to the stripe, followed by Prillaman, Waters and Morgan.

Matt Mullins moved out front on lap 12 and showed the way to the checkers in a 30-lapper for the Standard Welding Pro 6 class.
D.J. Watson started on the pole, at 79.937 mph, and paced the first 11 circuits. Up by as much as four lengths in the very early going, Watson saw his edge shrink quickly, though, as Mullins closed in. By lap 7, the two were nose-to-tail.
On lap 12, Mullins ducked under Watson in Turn 3 and grabbed the lead at the line. He cleared Watson through Turns 1 and 2 on lap 13. A lap later, Watson skittered loose into Turn 1 and gave up the second spot to Lindsay Bryant. Joe White followed Mullins and Bryant’s cue, also bypassing Watson and kicking him back to fourth.
Passing the halfway point, Mullins was up by three lengths over Bryant. She closed the gap, though, drawing to within a car-length on lap 19. A major bobble in Turn 4 on lap 21 was costly to Bryant, however, as Mullins widened his advantage to five lengths. But, by lap 25, the two were bumper-to-bumper again.
The only caution flag appeared on lap 26 when Bryant spun off Turn 2 and collected White. While Bryant was able to rejoin the fray, White wasn’t as fortunate as his night came to an early end.
Lining up for a five-lap sprint to the checkers, Mullins headed the field, followed by Watson, Casey Sipe and Bryant.
Under green for the final time, Watson took a look to the inside of Mullins at the flagstand, but was rebuffed. Mullins opened a one-length edge, while Sipe closed in on Watson.
On lap 28, Watson skated loose in Turn 4 and Sipe pounced, swiping the second position and bringing Bryant along with him.
At the finish, Mullins was the winner by 1.035 seconds — about six car-lengths — over Sipe. Bryant was third, followed by Watson. White was credited with fifth.

• • •

NASCAR Whelen All-American Series at Langley Speedway

Hampton, VA

Pomoco Auto Group Night Race Results Saturday, April 10, 2010

CROSSROADS FUEL SERVICE
LATE MODEL STOCK CARS - 100 laps
Fin. Pos. (Car #) Driver; Laps Compl.
1. (55) Mark Wertz; 100
2. (41) Wesley Falk; 100
3. (26) Danny Edwards Jr.; 100
4. (21) Greg Edwards; 100
5. (45) Doug Warren; 100
6. (46) Brandon Gdovic; 100
7. (38) Duane Shreeves; 100
8. (40) C.E. Falk; 100
9. (01) Jeff Shiflett; 100
10. (7) Dude Gibbs; 100
11. (82) Woody Howard; 100
12. (06) Dean Shiflett; 100
13. (90) Terry Carroll; 99
14. (44) Robbie Babb; 97
15. (48) Shawn Balluzzo; 88
16. (17) John Staton; 69
17. (64) Rick Gdovic; 17
18. (34) Paul DeBolt; 8
19. (10) Casey Wyatt; 3
20. (21A)Kyle Waltz; 1
Pole: D. Edwards - 90.297 mph.
(New Division Record)

SUPER STREETS - 40 laps
Fin. Pos. (Car #) Driver; Laps Compl.
1. (21) Randy Akers; 40
2. (10) Ritchie German; 40
3. (87) Ryan Nester; 40
4. (28) Jamie Sample; 40
5. (81) Jeff Shannon; 40
6. (12) Sean Calway; 40
7. (14) Larry Venable; 40
8. (2) Rod Busitzky; 40
9. (01) Renno Marchetti IV; 40
10. (1) John Pereira; 40
11. (73) John Foster Jr.; 39
12. (11) Jason Aukland; 39
13. (03) Jerry Lamontagne; 39
14. (9) Michael Farmer; 39
15. (39) Garrett Willcox; 31
16. (84) Kevin Alves; 8
Pole: Akers - 75.550 mph.

CASEY CYCLE CITY
INEX LEGENDS - 30 laps
(National Qualifying Event)
Fin. Pos. (Car #) Driver; Laps Compl.
1. (17) Brad Hancock; 30
2. (09) Gray Gaulding; 30
3. (99) Jake Morris; 30
4. (0) Steve Keesee; 30
5. (01) Tyler Lester; 30
6. (7) Spencer Saunders; 30
7. (08) Jamie Price; 30
8. (88) Chris Raiford; 30
9. (30) Joe Hendricks Jr.; 30
10. (87) Darrell Vance; 30
11. (53) Bruce Silver; 29
12. (38) Kim Forrester; 28
13. (49) Gary Adams; 27
14. (4) Bobby Gobble; 25
15. (20) Cameron Patrick; 11
16. (95) Josh Morris; 0
17. (54) Greg Lang; 0
Pole: Hancock - 78.278 mph.

SUPER TRUCKS - 25 laps
Fin. Pos. (Truck #) Driver; Laps Compl.
1. (17) Robbie Davis; 25
2. (90) Troy Turnage; 25
3. (51) Brad Adams; 25
4. (52) Chris Bechtel; 25
5. (8) Tommy Nixon; 25
6. (18) Cory Millard; 25
7. (70) Curtis Hughes; 25
8. (29) Amanda Frye; 24
9. (7) Lloyd Holbrook; 19
10. (33) Charlie Barclay; 16
11. (19) Bill Wallace; 13
12. (20) Buck Munger; 8
13. (14) Debbie Biesecker; 2
Pole: Barclay - 74.505 mph.

EZ AUTO OF NEWPORT NEWS
UCARS - 25 laps
Fin. Pos. (Car #) Driver; Laps Compl.
1. (80) Adam Florianl 25
2. (20) Michael Joyner; 25
3. (26) Randy Prillaman; 25
4. (2) Michael Waters; 25
5. (98) Matt Morgan; 25
6. (22) Bill Eaker; 25
7. (36) Andrew Condrey; 25
8. (21) Sammy Gaita; 25
9. (77) Andrew Graham; 25
10. (23) Nelson Moody; 25
11. (57) Ben Zoellner; 25
12. (5) Jesse Jones; 25
13. (10) John Matthews; 25
14. (12) Eric Schaffer; 25
15. (73) Jayson Vaught; 25
16. (13) Larry Drommerhausen; 24
17. (00) Trey Gurganus; 24
18. (51) Derrick Roberts; 1
Pole: Florian - 72.470 mph.

STANDARD WELDING PRO 6 - 30 laps
Fin. Pos. (Car #) Driver; Laps Compl.
1. (54) Matt Mullins; 30
2. (14) Casey Sipe; 30
3. (81) Lindsay Bryant; 30
4. (8) D.J. Watson; 30
5. (15) Joe White; 25
Pole: Watson - 79.937 mph.


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