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Hoseheads Sprint Car News. From the Grandstand Ron Rodda. Tri-State Outlook Duane Hancock. Dirt Divas Camisha Miller. Justin Grant spent the first part of this year in a state of frustration, most likely. There were occasional decent results, but no victory lane interviews. Then in August, things changed. Who can know how or why things change?

At any rate, Grant and company began to win. So much for Haubstadt being my last race of the year. I was reminded that Kokomo had a little race meeting the following weekend, and off I went, ignoring the threat of rain, the wind and the cold temperatures. One way to keep warm was to Meander and Loaf my way through the pits, gawking at both new and familiar faces and cars, occasionally stopping to talk with friends and acquaintances.

There was a lot to see. Among the odd cars jamming the pits, 27 were sprinters and 21 more were midgets. Chad Boespflug, plagued by a lack of funds most all year, had shown up to play one more time. The last time I saw Tom Davies, he was taking a trip to a Ft. Wayne hospital after a nasty flip at Gas City.

But here he was, perhaps the epitome of a racer in its best form. Scotty Weir took his turn in the Pedersen open trailer special. There was the usual group qualifying, but with a Klash wrinkle, no inverts. The fast qualifier would start on the pole.

One result of this was the treat of seeing two races in one as the faster group would break away. Dave Darland edged Jarret Andretti to win the first heat, as the field settled into two races in one.

Tyler Hewitt edged Chad Boespflug for third. Cole Ketchum led the second group and took fifth, locking him into the feature. Justin Grant won the second heat, which became a three-car breakaway at first before Grant pulled away. J Leary took second just ahead of Scotty Weir. Stratton Briggs led the second group and finished fourth ahead of Brian Ruhlman. Chris Windom made it three pole sitters in a row in winning the third heat.

Clinton Boyles led the first half of the race, but settled for second with Shane Cottle a close third. Dustin Webber won a competitive B main. Brian Van Meveren came from ninth to finish second. John Gurley edged Parker Fredrickson for third. Chris Miller flipped after running over a right rear tire on the second lap.

He exited the car fairly quick. Anthony Daleissio spun in turn two after the re-start—while leading. Somehow everyone missed him. Darland and Grant were the front row for the feature. It turned out that they would be the show, too. The first five laps would be about as intense as it gets for Kokomo; that is saying something.

Darland, Grant, Leary, Windom and Andretti engaged in a carnival of slide jobs at both ends of the track, with no one gaining a clear advantage. This was interrupted by a Dustin Webber spin on the fifth lap. The boys tried again and went green all the way, reaching lapped traffic about five laps after the green waved. Grant officially led every lap of the first half of the race, but Darland was never far away.

Both opted to hang out up against the wall, where the cushion must have been microscopic and disaster was inches away. Grant and Darland showed why they remain two of the best at Kokomo and pretty much anyplace else they race.

Darland dove low in turn one just past the halfway mark and grabbed the lead. He stalked the Hall of Famer, searching for a way around as the laps wound down. Sure enough, Grant returned the favor with two laps to go and made the pass stick. He pulled away at the end, winning by 1. Behind Grant and Darland was Leary, with Windom ending up fourth.

On a night when passing was tough, Cottle came from ninth to finish fifth. Andretti was sixth and Weir took seventh. Ketchum came from 13 th to grab eighth. Bodine spun on the second lap while leading, giving Wise the lead. The youngster from Angola, Indiana was never threatened for the lead. Bodine atoned for his error by charging through the field and taking second. The ageless Russ Gamester was fourth. Alex Watson was fifth. Blane Culp won the cc Micro feature.

Jesse Simmons, an Illinois resident, won the last race I saw this year, besting 19 other Thunder Cars. Finally, all the racing was over. The teams loaded up and went home or maybe a nearby motel. The track workers picked up their tools of the trade and immediately began thinking of the Saturday portion of the Kokomo Klash. Track prep began soon after a late model took a few hot laps around the oval.

I hung around hoping to tie up loose ends for a story. You know that feeling? But reality asserted itself Or did it rear its ugly head? I ambled out to the little white truck with the racing decals. For me, another year was complete. Thoughts would turn to the upcoming holidays and grandchildren.

After that, plans would be made for North Carolina, my beloved self-imposed exile. I would be ready for yet another six or seven months of chasing races and stories.

A goal of being a published author finally came true in Who could know what would bring? Leary outran a strong field and impending rain to win the season's final race at the Tri-State Speedway, with his wallet bulging courtesy of an extra five grand. As a hardy group of fans assembled, ignoring the chilly weather, my meandering the pits resulted in my finding a strong group of racers. There were a few USACers hoping to run off with the five thousand. Among them were Dave Darland, C. That story is not over.

One thing for sure is that it will bring more heat than light. Kyle Cummins led a depleted field to the checkered flag in winning the first heat by a large margin over Dave Darland. Tri-State visitor Trey Gropp and Josh Hodges got upside down in turn two of the first lap after an unwanted meeting. Donnie Brackett was also involved and had to retire from the race. Robert Ballou took the lead midway through the second heat and went on to win. Justin Grant was second. Jason McDougal finished third and Landon Simon, who led the first half of the race, ended up fourth.

Leary grabbed the lead early in the third heat and romped to the win. Kent Schmidt made a late pass of Brandon Mattox stick and took the silver medal. Pole sitter Aric Gentry finished fourth behind Mattox. Chase Stockon was the third of three leaders and won the fourth heat. Tyler Courtney was the second leader and finished second. Jarret Andretti made a late pass of Chet Williams to finish third. Donnie Brackett came from fifth to win the B, a race that would be hard to top.

James Lyerla was second. Brandon Morin was a lonely third. He missed a great scrap behind him. For most of the race they fought for the chance to start 20 th in the feature.

At the end, Gropp took the last card and would tag the field for the lapper.

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