Bowers, Bouzek, Cadwallader best competition at I-35 Speedway
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April 24, 2021  |  by Phillip Wilson

Steven Bowers Jr. won the USRA Modified main event.

A field of 123 cars jam-packed the pits Saturday for Good Shephard Hospice Night at the I-35 Speedway and left the fans on the edge of their seats with some spectacular racing.

The USRA B-Mods had a great race throughout the field. Tyler Cadwallader used patience and persistence to win his second straight feature in 2021.

Cadwallader followed leader Shadren Turner for much of the race and made his move with a few laps to go.

There were few cautions in the race, but a late one helped narrow the gap for Cadwallader.

Turner finished second and Casey Burnett was third with Chad Fuller and Lonnie Hibner completing the top five.

Turner, Fuller and Hibner won the heat races. Randy Smith Jr. was a late replacement driver which means he started at the rear of the field and gained 11 spots to nab the hard charger.

Austin Bouzek came in having won both Medieval USRA Stock Car features here in 2021 and hoped to keep his streak alive.

A flat tire in the heat tried to put a damper on that but Bouzek was determined to get to the front.

Bouzek maneuvered his way to the front to go from worst to first to win his third in a row.

Doug Keller had a great battle with Jeff Dixon but when the checkered flag waved Keller was second, Dixon third, Kasey Ayers—in his first Medieval USRA Stock Car—race finished fourth and Devin Stock was fifth.

Dixon won the heat race with the hard charger going to Bouzek.

Steven Bowers Jr. checked in for the first time in 2021 and made it a successful visit in the USRA Modified feature.

Bowers started on the pole and picked up the win by leading every lap.

Dillon McCowen also visited the track for the first time this season and came home second.

Tyler Hibner finished third, Daniel Harris fourth and Austin Johnson fifth.

Bowers and Ed Noll won the heat races, Hibner was the hard charger.

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United States Racing Association
Summit USRA Weekly Racing Series
I-35 Speedway, Winston, Missouri
Saturday, April 24, 2021


Heat #1: 1. 77-Steven Bowers Jr.[3]; 2. 07-Daniel Harris[1]; 3. 11-Darren Shaw[4]; 4. 23-Adam Kates[8]; 5. 89-Tyler Hibner[5]; 6. 0-Richard Layne[6]; 7. 92-Tyler Grooms[7]; 8. 31-David Coates[2]

Heat #2: 1. 15-Ed Noll[1]; 2. 98-Austin Johnson[2]; 3. 8-Dillon McCowan[5]; 4. 20JR-Chase Rudolf[3]; 5. 97-Houston Johnson[7]; 6. 99H-Lee Hibner[4]; 7. 32-Cody Owens[6]

Feature: 1. 77-Steven Bowers Jr.[1]; 2. 8-Dillon McCowan[5]; 3. 89-Tyler Hibner[10]; 4. 07-Daniel Harris[3]; 5. 98-Austin Johnson[4]; 6. 23-Adam Kates[6]; 7. 97-Houston Johnson[9]; 8. 15-Ed Noll[2]; 9. 92-Tyler Grooms[13]; 10. 99H-Lee Hibner[12]; 11. 20JR-Chase Rudolf[8]; 12. 11-Darren Shaw[7]; 13. 0-Richard Layne[11]; 14. 32-Cody Owens[14]; 15. 31-David Coates[15]


Heat: 1. 88-Jeff Dixon[2]; 2. 7-Doug Keller[3]; 3. 21A-Aaron Sauter[5]; 4. 18K-Kasey Ayres[1]; 5. 21-Madi Waterbury[8]; 6. 9S-Devin Stock[6]; 7. 32K-Michael Knight[7]; 8. 14B-Austin Bouzek[4]

Feature: 1. 14B-Austin Bouzek[8]; 2. 7-Doug Keller[2]; 3. 88-Jeff Dixon[1]; 4. 18K-Kasey Ayres[5]; 5. 9S-Devin Stock[6]; 6. 32K-Michael Knight[7]; 7. 21-Madi Waterbury[4]; 8. 21A-Aaron Sauter[3]


Heat #1: 1. 17T-Shadren Turner[6]; 2. 69ER-Tyler Cadwallader[7]; 3. 15-Corey Myers[3]; 4. 91-Eddie Schwope[1]; 5. 56-Troy Whitt[4]; 6. 17R-Rylee Fuller[5]; 7. 47L-Jason Withrow[2]

Heat #2: 1. 20-Chad Fuller[5]; 2. 15A-Allen Anders[2]; 3. 94-Jared Hillyard[6]; 4. 26J-Jace Whitt[1]; 5. 74-Justin Asher[3]; 6. 16-Blake Pierce[4]

Heat #3: 1. 88H-Lonnie Hibner[1]; 2. 23B-Casey Burnett[3]; 3. 15P-Colin Pierce[2]; 4. 73T-Truman Asher[6]; 5. 22L-Matt Lent[4]; 6. 12-Parker Smith[5]

Feature: 1. 69ER-Tyler Cadwallader[3]; 2. 17T-Shadren Turner[1]; 3. 23B-Casey Burnett[5]; 4. 20-Chad Fuller[2]; 5. 88H-Lonnie Hibner[4]; 6. 15A-Allen Anders[7]; 7. 15P-Colin Pierce[9]; 8. 26JR-Randy Smith Jr[19]; 9. 15-Corey Myers[8]; 10. 73T-Truman Asher[10]; 11. 74-Justin Asher[13]; 12. 94-Jared Hillyard[6]; 13. 12-Parker Smith[17]; 14. 16-Blake Pierce[16]; 15. 47L-Jason Withrow[18]; 16. 17R-Rylee Fuller[15]; 17. 22L-Matt Lent[14]; 18. 56-Troy Whitt[12]; 19. 91-Eddie Schwope[11]

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