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Press Release
September 12, 2018  at 7:50:12
Submitted by David Smith Jr.
Bryan Roach makes his first ever Visit to the Rock Auto Victory Lane at Cedar Lake Speedway on Satur
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Bryan Roach makes his first ever Visit to the Rock Auto Victory Lane at Cedar Lake Speedway on Saturday September 8 during the 18th annual Jerry Richert Memorial. 

With a field of 29 Traditional Sprints checking into the pits, there were 4 PIRTEK Fluid Transfer Solutions heat races with the 2k of Jake Kouba driving his dad’s car and earning high points for the night and redrawing the pole.  Bryan would start 2nd in a stout 28 car field of the POWRi Lucas Oil A Feature.  Bryan quickly jumped into the lead and led the first 3 laps before the #2k of Kouba would overtake the lead.  The racing surface was providing for many grooves to race in with several drivers charging forward, after a caution for a spin out in turn 4 during the restart lap we would see the red flag come out for the #93 of Peterson and the #14 of Cam Schafer getting together causing Cam to tumble into the middle of turns 1 and 2 and come to rest against the wall, ending the night for both racers. The 2K would hold the lead until lap 12 when Roach would charge in and retake the lead maintaining it for the remainder of the feature.  The Hard Charger of the night would be the #55 of Joseph Kouba running from 21st to 9th.

 

TSCS Race Results – Cedar Lake Speedway September 8, 2018

Jerry Richert Memorial

 

POWRi Lucas Oil A Feature (25 Laps): 1. 99- Bryan Roach 2. 7- Harry Hanson 3. 12 – Johnny Parsons III 4. 7B – Scott Brandt 5. 2K – Jake Kouba 6. 15E – Caley Emerson 7. 34 – Denny Stordahl 8. 48 – Neal Matuska 9. 55 – Joseph Kouba 10. 38S – Allen Stettner 11. 95 – Kevin Bradwell 12. 19 – Gary Mueller 13. K1 – Kevin Lear 14. 3KS – Jason Schill 15. 3K – Jeremy Kerzman 16. 23 – Jake Hendrickson 17. 33C – Cody Emmans 18. 19B – Jack Berger 19. 5 – Troy Gessner 20. 87 – Mike Mueller (DNF) 21. 2J – John Lowe (DNF) 22. 69S – John Lewerer (DNF) 23. 36 – Tyler Wass (DNF) 24. 56 – Josh Braford (DNF) 25. 14 – Cam Schafer (DNF) 26. 93 – Brad Peterson 27. 00 – Kyle Finnegan (DNF) 28. 22 – Jeff Pellersels 29. 16 – Anna Kouba (DNS)

 

PIRTEK Fluid Transfer Solutions Heat 1:  1. 7 – Harry Hanson 2. 15E – Caley Emerson 3. 7B – Scott Brandt 4. 12 – Johnny Parsons III 5. 93 – Brad Peterson 6. 87 – Mike Mueller 7. 5 – Troy Gessner 8. 14 – Cam Schafer (DNF)

 

PIRTEK Fluid Transfer Solutions Heat 2:  1. 23- Jake Hendrickson 2. 33C – Cody Emmans 3. 19 – Gary Mueller 4. 34 – Denny Stordahl 5. K1 – Kevin Lear 6. 56 – Josh Braford 7. Anna Hippe (DNS)

 

PIRTEK Fluid Transfer Solutions Heat 3:  1. 2K – Jake Kouba 2. 99 – Bryan Roach 3. 95 – Kevin Bradwell 4. 69S Jon Lewerer 5. 55 – Joseph Kouba 6. 22 – Jeff Pellersels 7. 2J – John Lowe

 

PIRTEK Fluid Transfer Solutions Heat 4:  1. 3KS – Jason Schill 2. 48 – Neal Matuska 3. 3K – Jeremy Kerzman 4. 38S – Allen Stettner 5. 19B – Jack Berger 6. 36 – Tyler Wass 7. 00 – Kyle Finnegan

 

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