Showing posts with label Luke Hall. Show all posts
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Tuesday, September 24, 2019

Champions Crowned As Fall Spectacular Concludes 2019 Season At Redwood Acres Raceway

Mid City Motor World late model action featuring 2019 champion #2 David Miller, third place #6 Keith Nelson and runner up #22m David Miller (Photo Courtesy Sherie Bialous)

Via RAR Media

Eureka, CA (September 22, 2019) – Another year of racing at Redwood Acres Raceway came to an end Saturday night as the annual Fall Spectacular closed the 2019 season at the 3/8-mile paved oval. Blue Lake Casino and Sequoia Springs Senior Living presented all of the night’s action as champions were crowned in local divisions while the North State Modified Series potentially saw their championship determined in the series’ penultimate race of the season.

Monday, September 16, 2019

Fall Spectacular Will Conclude 2019 Season At Redwood Acres Raceway Saturday

#2 David Henderson of Fortuna, CA and #22m David Miller of Coquille, OR are the to lead title rivals in the Mid City Motor World late model division at Redwood Acres Raceway. The championship will be decided Saturday night in the 100-lap Fall Spectacular. (Photo Courtesy Sherie Bialous)

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Eureka, CA (September 16, 2019) – Champions will be crowned Saturday night at Redwood Acres Raceway as the 2019 season will wrap up with the annual Fall Spectacular. The North State Modified Series will be joining the action in their penultimate race of 2019. Blue Lake Casino Hotel and Sequoia Pine Senior Living will be presenting what should be a thrilling night of action with championships in all divisions still undecided.

Thursday, September 12, 2019

Houston Stops Miller’s Streak, Murrell, Sr. Wins Murrell “500”

Eventual Mid City Motor World late model feature winner #9 Randy Houston leads #22m David Miller, #26 Dane Nissen and #36 Luke Hall (Photo Courtesy Sherie Bialous)

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Eureka, CA (September 12, 2019) – It was the penultimate race of the season Saturday night at Redwood Acres Raceway. The 3/8-mile paved oval played host to Fan Appreciation Night which was presented by Anderson Logging. Fans had the opportunity to meet their favorite drivers in all six divisions on the front stretch prior to the start of the racing action.

Thursday, September 5, 2019

Fan Appreciation Night This Saturday At Redwood Acres Raceway

Photo Courtesy Sherie Bialous

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Eureka, CA (September 5, 2019) – Only two races remain in the 2019 season at Redwood Acres Raceway. Track championships in all six local divisions could very well be decided this Saturday September 7 as Anderson Logging will be presenting Fan Appreciation Night at the Acres.

Wednesday, August 14, 2019

Heavy Hits Highlight Wild Night At The Acres

#19 Dennis DelBiaggio and #12 Marty Walsh hit the wall in the Mid City Motor World late model main while #2 David Henderson snakes by on the inside. (Photo Courtesy Sherie Bialous)

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Eureka, CA (August 11, 2019) – Saturday night featured a little bit of everything at Redwood Acres Raceway. In addition to very intense action, close competition and exciting racing, several major incidents slowed the events on Papé Machinery/Papé Material Handling Night at the Races. All in all, it was another interesting and memorable night at the 3/8-mile paved oval.

Thursday, August 8, 2019

Three Races Remain For 2019 Season At Redwood Acres Raceway

Photo Courtesy Sherie Bialous

Via RAR Media

Eureka, CA (August 8, 2019) – Racing returns to Redwood Acres Raceway Saturday night for the seventh event of 2019. This weekend’s event will mark the countdown to the championship for all six divisions as only three races will be left for the season. Papé Machinery and Papé Material Handling will be presenting the action and with the number of races quickly dwindling and points being so important, the action on the track is sure to be intense.

Monday, July 1, 2019

RAR’s 2019 Season Reaches Mid-Point With This Saturday’s Firecracker 100

#22m David Miller and #12 Marty Walsh will be two of the top contenders Saturday night in the Firecracker 100 for the Mid-City Motor World late models (Photo Courtesy Sherie Bialous)

Eureka, CA (July 1, 2019) – The 2019 season at Redwood Acres Raceway has been an exciting and unpredictable thus far. Things are set to continue this Saturday night with Harper Motors presenting the evening’s action. The bomber division will be returning to action after taking the previous event off while the late models will be running their biggest race of the season thus far with the Firecracker 100. A fireworks display will cap off the Independence Day weekend event.

Sunday, June 23, 2019

Miller Continues Perfect Season, Sweeps Twin Fair Night Features

#22m David Miller won both Mid-City Motor World main events Saturday night giving him four wins in 2019.

Eureka, CA (June 23, 2019) – It was a fantastic night for racing Saturday night at Redwood Acres Raceway. Mother Nature brought the sunshine, the drivers brought the action and race fans were treated to thrilling action. The event had a bit more on the line than usual as the races coincided with the annual Redwood Acres Best Of Humboldt Fair.

Tuesday, June 18, 2019

Miller, Baker, Mayo Among RAR Point Standings Leaders Going Into Fair Races

#22m David Miller and #2 David Henderson are the two front runners in the Mid-City Motor World late model division (Photo Courtesy Sherie Bialous RAR Track Photographer)

Via RAR Media

Eureka, CA (June 18, 2019) – Contenders and pretenders are starting to shake out in the points standings for all six local divisions at Redwood Acres Raceway for the 2019 season. Every race during the season is important and carries prestige but this Saturday’s event will mean just a bit more with the racing action on the 3/8-mile paved oval coinciding with the annual Redwood Acres Best Of Humboldt Fair.

Monday, June 10, 2019

Miller Recovers From Early Race Incident For Two In A Row

#22m David Miller leads the field in the 75-lap Mid-City Motor World late model feature. Miller took his second straight win of the season.

Via Redwood Acres Raceway

Eureka, CA (June 10, 2019) – To say that it was a spectacular night of racing at Redwood Acres Raceway this past Saturday night would be an understatement. A fantastic crowd of Northern California race fans packed the stands for Pepsi Night and everyone at the 3/8-mile paved oval was graced by awesome racing on the track and remarkable late-spring weather.

Tuesday, May 3, 2016

Ambrosini survives, wins first feature event

Late model driver, Jedd Ambrosini won his first feature event Saturday night
(Photo courtesy Matthew J. Sullivan Racing Photography)

By Matthew J. Sullivan

The 2016 season at Redwood Acres Raceway began with a bang this past Saturday night. A fantastic crowd graced the 3/8-mile paved oval for the first race of the year and the on-track action did not disappoint. It was a thrilling night of racing that ended with a first-time winner and some raw feelings.

Prior to the racing, the track hosted its annual Best Appearing Car contest. Fans cast their vote on a ballot for cars in all six divisions. Winners of the contest were Bethany Rapp in the roadrunners, Ryan Ahrens in the bombers, Brian Murrell, Jr. in the mini stocks, Ronnie O’Neill in the Thunder Roadsters, M’Kinzy Uselton in the Legends and Ryun Leazer in the late models.

The California State & Federal Employee Credit Union roadrunner trophy dash was won by Bethany Rapp. Steve Paiment took heat race honors. Jennifer Murrell jumped to the lead at the start of the 20-lap feature but was overtaken by rookie driver, Richard Standcliff. Murrell regained the lead a lap later until Paiment was able to maneuver to the front.

A caution briefly slowed the field and allowed Standcliff and Rapp to close in on Paiment. The three fought tooth-and-nail for the lead with Tyler Peach eventually joining in during the final handful of laps but brought out the caution flag for hitting the passing cone in turn three. Rapp got shook out of the race for the win and the battle was between Standcliff and Paiment. The two traded paint coming off turn four to the finish line with Standcliff holding off Paiment for his first win in his first night of racing. Rapp took third followed by Peach and Murrell.

James Moore was victorious in the Fortuna Wheel & Brake bomber division while Tyler Avelar took top honors in the heat race. The 25-lap feature was dominated by Moore. At one point, Moore had nearly a full straightaway lead over second place, Avelar. Like a light switch, Moore’s car suddenly seemed to fall off and Avelar quickly closed the gap and took the lead. Moore did all he could to get back into the fight but just did not have the strength to recover the lead. At the finish it was Avelar taking the win over Moore, Ryan Ahrens, Matt Simon and Kim Sorrels.

The Humboldt Hydroponics mini stock division trophy dash went to Gary Klinetobe. Brian Murrell, Sr. took the first heat race victory while Jarrett Mayo took the second heat. Murrell, Sr. led the early stages of the 25-lap main while the field behind him sorted things out. The man to beat on the night was Mayo and it didn’t take long for him to maneuver from the rear of the field to the race lead. Mayo would never relinquish the top spot.

The race was slowed several times including once when Jordon Paiment’s car leaked fluid on the track which resulted in a red flag. Each time Mayo was able to pull away from the field on the restart. The best action was for second place as Brett Murrell, Klinetobe and Eugene Palmer fought hard for the position. At the finish it was Mayo taking the win in dominant fashion. Klinetobe took second while Murrell edged Palmer for third in a dead heat. Division rookie, Daniel Buell rounded out the top five.

The Thunder Roadster trophy dash was won by Donnie Brown. Tommy Payne took the win in the heat race. The 30-lap feature was a caution-free affair that saw Aaron Byers utilize a three-wide pass for the lead on lap one. Payne moved into second and the front two staged a nip-and-tuck battle for the race lead throughout the event.

The front three of Byers, Payne and Chris Sarvinski separated themselves from the rest of the pack and it was clear one of the three would likely be victorious until Sarvinski spun out of turn four with two laps remaining. Just moments after, coming off the second turn, Payne found the run he needed to get inside and past Byers for the lead. Byers tried to fight back on the last lap but couldn’t muster the strength necessary. At the finish it was Payne winning over Byers, Brown Ronnie O’Neill and Sarvinski.

The Legends cars made their debut at the Acres on the night. While only four cars showed, the division promises to grow as the season progresses. Brent Mack took the win in both the trophy dash and the heat race.

The Mid City Motor World late models had an excellent turnout of 16 cars but unfortunately issues prevented Robbie Nelson and Ken Hallis from racing on the night. Mic Moulton won the trophy dash while the two heat races were claimed by Marty Walsh and Moulton. The 50-lap feature saw two additional cars have issues with Ron Duke, Jr. unable to make the start and rookie driver, Dustin Walters pulling his car into the pits before the green flag.

Richard Knight took the lead after a brief battle with Luke Hall. Knight’s car appeared to have issues and it allowed Hall to get back into the lead over Ryun Leazer, Walsh and Jimmy Walker. Two laps later, Leazer moved past Hall into the lead but lost it quickly to Walsh who found the low line under both drivers. Moments later, Hall and Leazer got together in turn one with Leazer spinning and collecting Knight. Hall was sent to the rear and the race resumed for a brief period until it was slowed again, this time due to a wreck in turn four between Hall and Leazer forcing both drivers out of the race.

The race resumed with Walsh and Walker battling for the lead. Two more cautions slowed the field including an incident between Jedd Ambrosini and Mic Moulton which both drivers were able to continue from. Walker was in Walsh’s hip pocket all race long and applied more and more pressure as the race came to a close. With a handful of laps left, Walker got into the rear of Walsh in turns three and four sending Walsh spinning.

Walker was forced to the rear for his involvement which gave Ambrosini the race lead. Moulton did all he could to force Ambrosini to make a mistake but it wasn’t to be as Ambrosini held on to take his first-ever late model feature win. Moulton held on for second over Walsh, Walker and Al Acuna.
Racing returns to Redwood Acres Raceway in two weeks for Pepsi Night on Saturday May 14th. All six local divisions will be in action once again and it promises to be another exciting night of action that fans won’t want to miss out on. Grandstands open at 5:00PM with racing beginning at 6:30PM. For more information, visit Redwood Acres Raceway’s official website,