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Brad Loyet Tops The Hockett/McMillin Memorial For The First Time

WHEATLAND, Mo. (September 26, 2015) In an absolute display of dominance, Brad Loyet parked his Vacuworx No. 05 in Victory Lane for his first triumph at the Lucas Oil Speedway with the Lucas Oil American Sprint Car Series presented by the MAVTV Motorsports Network to become the 18th different winner on the season.

The seventh time Brad Loyet has found Victory Lane since 2012 with the Lucas Oil ASCS National Tour, the win in the fifth annual Hockett/McMillin Memorial was a special one for the Loyet family.

“Anytime you come to a race like this, it’s a huge deal. Jesse was a friend of mine. He drove one of my cars before, and actually the first winged car I ever raced was Jesse’s car at Lake of the Ozarks Speedway so it’s pretty cool to be here in Victory Lane,” said Loyet of the win. “I’ve tried really hard to get a win in a Sprint Car here. I’ve won in a Midget, but this feel great.”

Finally rolling after two failed starts that saw Scottie McDonald and Brian Brown walk away uninjured after taking hard flips, the No. 95 of Matt Covington got the jump to the lead from the pole position. Taking the runner-up spot on Lap 3 from Tony Bruce, Jr., the Loyet Landscaping No. 05 worked the cushion of the Lucas Oil Speedway to run down the A-Rock Material No. 95 of Matt Covington.

Finding traffic by Lap 8, Loyet jumped on the advantage. Closing fast, Loyet raced to the lead on Lap 10.

Caution working Lap 11, the restart saw Derek Hagar go to work on Matt Covington for second. Coming from eighth, the R.E. Enterprises No. 9jr took the spot on Lap 14.

Giving chase into traffic, all doors were slammed shut as Brad Loyet raced to victory by 6.803 seconds over Derek Hagar.

“We were way too good early on. We had the car at the beginning that we had at the end last night but hats off to my crew for giving me a good racecar to be able to come from basically mid-pack both nights, and be able to contend for the win,” commented Derek when asked about the runner-up finish. “I know how special it is to win this event. I won it last year and Jesse has a special place in all our hearts.”

Runner up both nights with the Lucas Oil ASCS, Derek completed a weekend sweep with the Impact Signs W.A.R. Non-Wing Sprints for Hockett Motorsports

Holding off the charge of Tony Bruce, Jr. the third spot went to Matt Covington, who ended a 22 race drought between podium finishes.

“We’ve had good speed in the car lately, the driver’s just been making a few mistakes. I did it out there too. I just stayed bottom to middle too long and Loyet showed me the way on the top, but the car felt great. It was the same car we had last night and you know, I’ve been on the pole here before, and thought I was going to win and we fell back to fourth on that one, got third on this one, so we’re getting better and that’s all we can ask for.”

Tim Crawley worked middle to top in the closing laps to get to fourth in the Mike Ward Motorsports No. 88x with Danny Lasoski tearing his way through the field from 21st to complete the top five in the Creason Pipeline No. 33L.

Dicing it up with Johnny Herrera and Tony Bruce, Jr. in the closing laps, Ian Madsen was able to grab sixth with Herrera seventh followed by Bruce. Sam Hafertepe, Jr. from 18th was ninth with Wayne Johnson making the most of a 23rd place provisional start to round out the top-ten.

Losing Danny Wood and Ricky Lee Stangl to crashes on Friday night, Matt Close and Danny Lasoski filled in those spots to bring the event count to 53 drivers. Six Heat Races went to Morgan Turpen, Tim Crawley, Johnny Herrera, Brandon Hanks, Jonathan Cornell, and Chance Morton. B-Feature wins went to Seth Bergman, Sam Hafertepe, Jr., and Randy Martin. Provisional starts were used by Wayne Johnson and Jordan Weaver. It was the first time this season either driver has had to use a provisional.

The final outing of the season for the Speedway Motors ASCS Warrior Region, Jonathan Cornell picked up his fourth series championship.

The Lucas Oil ASCS presented by the MAVTV Motorsports Network competes next at the Devil’s Bowl Speedway in Mesquite, Texas on Friday, October 16 and Saturday, October 17. More information on the Winter Nationals can be found at

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Race Results:

Lucas Oil ASCS National Tour
Speedway Motors ASCS Warrior Region
5th annual Hockett/McMillin Memorial
Lucas Oil Speedway - Wheatland, Mo.
Saturday, September 26, 2015

Car Count: 51
Event Count: 53

Heat Races (8 Laps): Winners plus the next 6 highest in passing points to the A-Feature. Top 4 from Friday and Top 4 in passing points will redraw will redraw.

Heat 1 (8 Laps): 1. 10M-Morgan Turpen[1]; 2. 92-Jordan Weaver[3]; 3. 1X-Brad Ryun[6]; 4. 4-Evan Martin[5]; 5. 76-Jay Russell[7]; 6. 5-Matt Close[4]; 7. 72X-Josh Fisher[8]; 8. (DNF) 31N-Kevin Ulmer[2]

Heat 2 (8 Laps): 1. 88X-Tim Crawley[2]; 2. 15H-Sam Hafertepe Jr[3]; 3. 52-Blake Hahn[8]; 4. 33L-Danny Lasoski[7]; 5. 10-Terry Gray[4]; 6. 40-Howard Moore[1]; 7. 51-Mitchell Moore[5]; 8. 7S-Lee Lengel[6]

Heat 3 (8 Laps): 1. 45X-Johnny Herrera[4]; 2. 14-Randy Martin[3]; 3. 95-Matt Covington[8]; 4. 8M-Kade Morton[1]; 5. 85-Forrest Sutherland[2]; 6. 31-Justin Webb[7]; 7. 33-Kris Miller[5]; 8. (DNF) 49-Ben Brown[6]

Heat 4 (8 Laps): 1. 84-Brandon Hanks[2]; 2. 14K-Kyle Bellm[4]; 3. 18-Tony Bruce Jr[8]; 4. 81A-Chris Morgan[3]; 5. 91-Steven Russell[5]; 6. 22-Koby Barksdale[6]; 7. 3-Dustin Adams[7]; 8. 48-Dean Hathman[1]

Heat 5 (8 Laps): 1. 28-Jonathan Cornell[1]; 2. 18M-Ian Madsen[5]; 3. 87-Aaron Reutzel[4]; 4. 77X-Wayne Johnson[6]; 5. 16-Anthony Nicholson[2]; 6. 17W-Harli White[8]; 7. 34-Corey Nelson[3]; 8. 27-Danny Thoman[7]

Heat 6 (8 Laps): 1. 7M-Chance Morton[1]; 2. 23-Seth Bergman[3]; 3. 88-Scottie McDonald[7]; 4. 38-Cody Baker[5]; 5. 92J-J.R. Topper[2]; 6. 99-Andrew Turley[6]; 7. (DNF) 24-Lanny Carpenter[4]

B-Features (12 Laps): Top 2 in each advance to the tail of the A-Feature.

B Feature 1 (12 Laps): 1. 23-Seth Bergman[2]; 2. 87-Aaron Reutzel[3]; 3. 16-Anthony Nicholson[7]; 4. 92-Jordan Weaver[1]; 5. 10-Terry Gray[6]; 6. 17W-Harli White[5]; 7. 40-Howard Moore[9]; 8. 33-Kris Miller[10]; 9. 38-Cody Baker[4]; 10. 48-Dean Hathman[12]; 11. (DNF) 27-Danny Thoman[11]; 12. (DNF) 99-Andrew Turley[8]

B Feature 2 (12 Laps): 1. 15H-Sam Hafertepe Jr[1]; 2. 33L-Danny Lasoski[2]; 3. 76-Jay Russell[4]; 4. 77X-Wayne Johnson[3]; 5. 31-Justin Webb[6]; 6. 5-Matt Close[8]; 7. 7S-Lee Lengel[11]; 8. (DNF) 8M-Kade Morton[5]; 9. (DNF) 72X-Josh Fisher[9]; 10. (DNF) 92J-J.R. Topper[7]; DNS 24-Lanny Carpenter; DNS 31N-Kevin Ulmer

B Feature 3 (12 Laps): 1. 14-Randy Martin[1]; 2. 4-Evan Martin[3]; 3. 91-Steven Russell[5]; 4. 1X-Brad Ryun[2]; 5. 22-Koby Barksdale[7]; 6. 51-Mitchell Moore[9]; 7. 85-Forrest Sutherland[6]; 8. 34-Corey Nelson[10]; 9. 49-Ben Brown[11]; 10. (DNF) 3-Dustin Adams[8]; 11. (DNF) 81A-Chris Morgan[4]

A-Feature (30 Laps):

A Feature 1 (30 Laps): 1. 05-Brad Loyet[3]; 2. 9JR-Derek Hagar[8]; 3. 95-Matt Covington[1]; 4. 88X-Tim Crawley[11]; 5. 33L-Danny Lasoski[21]; 6. 18M-Ian Madsen[9]; 7. 45X-Johnny Herrera[6]; 8. 18-Tony Bruce Jr[2]; 9. 15H-Sam Hafertepe Jr[18]; 10. 77X-Wayne Johnson[23]; 11. 87-Aaron Reutzel[20]; 12. 14K-Kyle Bellm[13]; 13. 28-Jonathan Cornell[15]; 14. 17-Josh Baughman[7]; 15. 92-Jordan Weaver[24]; 16. 14-Randy Martin[19]; 17. 4-Evan Martin[22]; 18. 52-Blake Hahn[4]; 19. 84-Brandon Hanks[12]; 20. 7M-Chance Morton[16]; 21. (DNF) 10M-Morgan Turpen[14]; 22. (DNF) 23-Seth Bergman[17]; 23. (DNF) 21-Brian Brown[5]; 24. (DNF) 88-Scottie McDonald[10]

Lap Leader(s): Matt Covington 1-9; Brad Loyet 10-30
KSE Hard Charger: Danny Lasoski +16
FSR High Point: Johnny Herrera
Provisional(s): Wayne Johnson; Jordan Weaver​
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Brian Brown Wins Friday Night at the Hockett/McMillin Memorial

WHEATLAND, Mo. (September 25, 2015) For the second time since 2006, Missouri’s Brian Brown parked the Casey’s General Store / FVP No. 21 in Victory Lane at the Lucas Oil Speedway with the Lucas Oil American Sprint Car Series presented by the MAVTV Motorsports Network.

Brown’s 15th Lucas Oil ASCS triumph, the No. 21 led non-stop in Friday’s 25 lap preliminary A-Feature event after adjusting his line on the opening lap to keep Josh Baughman at bay.

“Anytime you start near the front, you always have to be aware of what’s going on. We don’t get to race near home very often and I can hear a few of you guys booing, but it feels good to win in Missouri, especially at a race of this magnitude,” said Brown when asked about his run. “It’s not just a race, it’s an event, and anytime I can win a race with the name Jesse Hockett and Daniel McMillin in it means a lot. We weren’t always the best of friends, and we race each other hard, but one thing we always had was respect.”

Finding slower traffic on Lap 9, Brown was stalked around the back markers by the EE Systems No. 17 of Josh Baughman. Seeing a few small windows of opportunity, none opened wide enough for the Odessa, Texas shoe as the pair ran away from the field. Chasing in third, Evan Martin held the position until Lap 16, losing the spot to ninth starting Derek Hagar with Kyle Bellm in tow.

Green until Lap 20 for a caution for Wayne Johnson, who saw his night end, the restart saw a shake up in the top four transfer drivers as 11th starting Ian Madsen worked to fourth with Sam Hafertepe, Jr. cracking the top five.

Caution again on Lap 23 for an incident involving Aaron Reutzel and Matt Covington, with the No. 95 not be able to continue, the final two laps saw Brown unchallenged; however, the race for the final three lock-in spots for Saturday were anyone’s guess as Derek Hagar put Baughman to third with a slide job.

Commenting on his night, Hagar said, “We were in late Heat Race, and had good passing points, just those earlier Heats put us out of the redraw by one spot, but the guys at Lucas Oil Speedway do a heck of a job working this race track, and I enjoy racing here,” said Derek Hagar. “We were able to race our way up through there, and that last restart really helped us where I could just stay on Baughman’s rear bumper, and he kind of spun his tires and I was able to get the slide job.”

Hagar went on to win the night’s A-Feature with the Impact Signs W.A.R. Non-Wing Sprint Cars.

Baughman’s third podium in four outings with the Lucas Oil ASCS, Josh was ultimately not happy with a third place finish after chasing Brown for the lead most of the race, but was still pleased to be locked into Saturday’s A-Feature.

“We’re locked in, just not where we wanted to finish. Hats off to Brian, he did a great job. On that start, he got us going into on there and it was on the top and kind of follow the leader and I thought I was going to get him in lapped traffic, but we didn’t get in much for very long and the last two cautions got us.”

While the podium was set Brad Loyet, Ian Madsen, and Sam Hafertepe, Jr. fought tooth and nail for fourth with Hafertepe going for the Hail Mary slide, sending both he and Madsen all over the cushion, leaving the low line open for Brad Loyet to go from sixth to fourth in the final turns with Ian Madsen coming back to complete the top-five.

Sam Hafertepe, Jr. was sixth with Kyle Bellm ending up seventh. Evan Martin crossed eighth with Jonathan Cornell and Johnny Herrera completing the top-ten.

A stout 51 drivers made the call with six Heat Races going to Kyle Bellm, Brad Loyet, Brian Brown, Derek Hagar, Johnny Herrera, and Ian Madsen winning. B-Features numbered three with Wayne Johnson, Seth Bergman, and Tim Crawley grabbing wins. Provisionals were used by Aaron Reutzel and Matt Covington.

The fifth annual Hockett/McMillin Memorial continues Saturday, September 26, 2015 with races getting underway at 6:30 P.M. (CT).

For continued updates on the Lucas Oil ASCS presented by the MAVTV Motorsports Network, log onto

Race Results:

Lucas Oil ASCS National Tour
Speedway Motors ASCS Warrior Region
5th annual Hockett/McMillin Memorial
Lucas Oil Speedway - Wheatland, Mo.
Friday, September 25, 2015

Car Count: 51

Heat Races (8 Laps): Winners plus the next 10 highest in passing points to the A-Feature. Top 8 in points will redraw.

Heat 1 (8 Laps): 1. 14K-Kyle Bellm[2]; 2. 38-Cody Baker[8]; 3. 17-Josh Baughman[9]; 4. 52-Blake Hahn[3]; 5. 14-Randy Martin[1]; 6. 17W-Harli White[6]; 7. 76-Jay Russell[5]; 8. 27-Danny Thoman[7]; 9. 49-Ben Brown[4]

Heat 2 (8 Laps): 1. 05-Brad Loyet[1]; 2. 81A-Chris Morgan[2]; 3. 88X-Tim Crawley[4]; 4. 10M-Morgan Turpen[7]; 5. 40-Howard Moore[8]; 6. 16-Anthony Nicholson[3]; 7. 22-Koby Barksdale[6]; 8. (DNF) 88-Scottie McDonald[9]; DNS 7M-Chance Morton

Heat 3 (8 Laps): 1. 21-Brian Brown[2]; 2. 28-Jonathan Cornell[5]; 3. 77X-Wayne Johnson[4]; 4. 15H-Sam Hafertepe Jr[7]; 5. 8M-Kade Morton[1]; 6. 34-Corey Nelson[3]; 7. 91-Steven Russell[6]; 8. 31-Justin Webb[8]; DNS 31N-Kevin Ulmer

Heat 4 (8 Laps): 1. 9JR-Derek Hagar[2]; 2. 72X-Josh Fisher[3]; 3. 4-Evan Martin[8]; 4. 33-Kris Miller[6]; 5. 3-Dustin Adams[5]; 6. 99-Andrew Turley[7]; 7. (DNF) 85-Forrest Sutherland[4]; 8. (DNF) 9M-Ricky Lee Stangl[1]

Heat 5 (8 Laps): 1. 45X-Johnny Herrera[1]; 2. 51-Mitchell Moore[4]; 3. 23-Seth Bergman[2]; 4. 18-Tony Bruce Jr[8]; 5. 84-Brandon Hanks[6]; 6. 92-Jordan Weaver[7]; 7. 1X-Brad Ryun[3]; 8. (DNF) 24-Lanny Carpenter[5]

Heat 6 (8 Laps): 1. 18M-Ian Madsen[6]; 2. 10-Terry Gray[5]; 3. 95-Matt Covington[4]; 4. 48-Dean Hathman[3]; 5. 81W-Danny Wood[1]; 6. 7S-Lee Lengel[7]; 7. (DNF) 87-Aaron Reutzel[8]; 8. (DNF) 92J-J.R. Topper[2]

B-Features (12 Laps): Top 2 in each advance to the tail of the A-Feature.

B Feature 1 (12 Laps): 1. 88X-Tim Crawley[1]; 2. 10M-Morgan Turpen[3]; 3. 92-Jordan Weaver[5]; 4. 17W-Harli White[7]; 5. 84-Brandon Hanks[4]; 6. 27-Danny Thoman[10]; 7. 8M-Kade Morton[6]; 8. 85-Forrest Sutherland[9]; 9. 33-Kris Miller[2]; 10. 49-Ben Brown[11]; 11. 7M-Chance Morton[12]; DNS 22-Koby Barksdale

B Feature 2 (12 Laps): 1. 77X-Wayne Johnson[1]; 2. 52-Blake Hahn[3]; 3. 16-Anthony Nicholson[6]; 4. 88-Scottie McDonald[9]; 5. 91-Steven Russell[7]; 6. 40-Howard Moore[2]; 7. 3-Dustin Adams[4]; 8. 92J-J.R. Topper[10]; 9. 1X-Brad Ryun[8]; 10. 7S-Lee Lengel[5]; DNS 31N-Kevin Ulmer; DNS 81W-Danny Wood

B Feature 3 (12 Laps): 1. 23-Seth Bergman[2]; 2. 34-Corey Nelson[7]; 3. 95-Matt Covington[1]; 4. 24-Lanny Carpenter[10]; 5. 76-Jay Russell[8]; 6. 99-Andrew Turley[4]; 7. 31-Justin Webb[9]; 8. 48-Dean Hathman[3]; 9. (DNF) 87-Aaron Reutzel[6]; 10. (DNF) 14-Randy Martin[5]; DNS 9M-Ricky Lee Stangl

A-Feature (25 Laps, top 4 lock into Saturday's A-Feature.):

A Feature (25 Laps): 1. 21-Brian Brown[3]; 2. 9JR-Derek Hagar[9]; 3. 17-Josh Baughman[1]; 4. 05-Brad Loyet[16]; 5. 18M-Ian Madsen[8]; 6. 15H-Sam Hafertepe Jr[13]; 7. 14K-Kyle Bellm[4]; 8. 4-Evan Martin[2]; 9. 28-Jonathan Cornell[7]; 10. 45X-Johnny Herrera[12]; 11. 18-Tony Bruce Jr[11]; 12. 88X-Tim Crawley[17]; 13. 52-Blake Hahn[21]; 14. 23-Seth Bergman[19]; 15. 87-Aaron Reutzel[23]; 16. 81A-Chris Morgan[15]; 17. (DNF) 95-Matt Covington[24]; 18. (DNF) 77X-Wayne Johnson[18]; 19. (DNF) 51-Mitchell Moore[10]; 20. (DNF) 10M-Morgan Turpen[20]; 21. (DNF) 38-Cody Baker[5]; 22. (DNF) 34-Corey Nelson[22]; 23. (DNF) 10-Terry Gray[6]; 24. (DNF) 72X-Josh Fisher[14]

Lap Leader(s): Brian Brown 25
KSE Hard Charger: Brad Loyet +12
FSR High Point: Ian Madsen
Provisional(s): Aaron Reutzel (BPP), Matt Covington (BPP)