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The fourth annual Eddie Money Classic begins with Johnny Reed Foley as your points leader after a 3rd place finish at Darlington. He will roll off the grid fourth today, his exact finishing spot in this event last season. Donald Stewart and Ryan Heuser occupy the front row with qualifying speeds over 192 miles per hour to start the 267-lap event.

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The green flag waved with Donald Stewart getting a minor jump on the field. Before long, Rick Jackson and the rest of the front pack charged past Stewart, with Jackson taking the lead on lap 3. The #55 would drop back to 8th while the #44 led through lap 6.

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The best handling car in the early-go seemed to be John Battista, who took the lead on lap 7. He and Ryan Heuser maintained a two-second advantage on the rest of the field, drafting away from the pack through green flag pit stops. Heuser caught and passed Battista on lap 84, leading through the next set of stops.

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There were no cautions and no drivers out of the race as we headed towards the halfway mark. John Battista flew by Heuser on the outside lane as he came out of the pits, becoming the first two-time leader of the event. Rick Jackson had caught both of them by this point, flying by Heuser and on the charge for the Wendy's Chevrolet.

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The first and only crash of the night occured just before the halfway point. Dan Johnston came out of the pits and misjudged his exit, crashing into Craig Lee while points leader Johnny Reed Foley slams into the the #101 from behind. Johnston and Lee collect the outside wall, dropping back down the racetrack into the path of Zakk Miller. Miller slammed hard into the front of Johnston's machine as the rest of the field barely squeezed below the All-State machine. Johnston and Miller would fail to continue, while Lee and Foley limped to 28th and 35th. Foley dropped from 1st to 4th in the standings, with Lee from 6th to 8th.

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A familiar foe flew back to the front on lap 136 when Rick Jackson passed by John Battista for the top-spot. Battista earned the halfway bacon bonus and slipped back, giving up the second position to Tony Pizzaro for a Race-2-Win 1-2 show. Pizzaro passed Jackson for the lead on lap 145 and kept it for 39 laps.

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Multiple pit accidents destroyed the hopes of several top-names in Extravaganza. A missed pit entry forced Tim McDonnell to drive through the grass, causing mass confusion on the pit road and clipping Scott Jackson as he entered the asphalt. Both cars sustained relative damage and would continue on at a lesser pace. The next pit crash involved Matthew Dominique and Zach Michael. The #25 missed his entry and backed up into his stall, forgetting that Michael's pit was directly in front. In severe misfortune, the #20 was in service and got body-slammed in the front, going a lap down to repair the hood damage after his crew frenzied out of the way. Dominique dropped to 7th in points, with Michael dead last in 10th.

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A hard-fought battle between Donald Stewart and Tony Pizzaro saw the first place spot up for grabs with 84 laps to go. Stewart made it by, pulling away from the Race-2-Win bunch in a Cindarella bid for the Championship. He would drop back after the final green flag stops, handing the top-spot back to Pizzaro while he and Jackson fell nearly outside of the top-5.

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A debris caution on lap 220 initiated a 44-lap shootout to the checkered flag. It took three laps for Bill Werkheiser to work his way by for the lead, looking to use the momentum of his second place finish at Darlington to earn his first victory in years. Bink Lucas made an incredible three-wide move on the inside lane to pass by John Battista for the third position.

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Werkheiser had pulled away by a half-second before Bink made his charge for the victory. He passed Pizzaro with 23-to-go and made several attempts to get by Werkheiser on the inside lane. Finally with seven circuits remaining, Lucas pulverized through turn 1 and flew by the #6 with relative ease. ... Read more »

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Points leader Johnny Reed Foley lets his miracle season ride with CFM Motorsports. Ryan Heuser comes in as the far odds-on favorite. Good luck at Vegas!

Current Points Positions (Race 27 of 36)
1. Johnny Reed Foley: - (+2)
2. Rick Jackson: -10 (+2)
3. Dave Miller: -30 (+5)
4. Matthew Dominique: -37 (-3)
5. Zach Michael: -65 (+1)
6. Craig Lee: -73 (+1)
7. Donald Stewart: -74 (+2)
8. John Battista: -108 (-7)
9. Tony Pizzaro: -132 (-4)
10. Alex Crapser: -136

Friday, September 23rd, 9:00 ET

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Qualifying Results

Surgery was a success for Geno Sphere, who has been modified from "critical" to "critical but stable" condition after a horrifying practice crash caused him to nearly drown in his own blood. The son of Extravaganza Champion G.G. Sphere remains in a coma at the McLeod Hospital in nearby Florence, South Carolina. The lack of on-track success this season was an enormous disappointment to Sphere and Twisted Metal Racing, who had attempted to re-energize their second team after the Brodrick Wittmann suspension left them in limbo two years ago. "It was a huge disadvantage for me not having a teammate to share information with" said Cristian Torres, who has the entire enterprise on his shoulders. "Geno's wisdom gave us an enormous advantage at Bristol and Dover this season. It was devastating to see what happened yesterday."

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Matthew Dominique may have pulled off the most commendable points lead steal of all time, finishing 24th or better in the last 17 races. Despite only leading 45 laps during that span (2.6 laps per race), his average finish of 13.5 propelled him to the top while Rick Jackson and Tony Pizzaro fell into trouble down the stretch. He may become the second Extravaganza Series Champion in-a-row to win without a victory on the season. Rick Jackson and Alex Crapser are also on that path, leading 1,371 laps and recording 20 top-5's combined without a win. The two odds-on Championship favorites (Ryan Heuser and Tim McDonnell) to begin the season are both out, earning Pigeon Forge, Tennessee's Eddie Albers nearly $1,000,000 in winnings after an improbable bet. "This makes up for picking Aaron to win the Championship last season.  He was the track champ at Flat Gap Fairgrounds across the street. I walked into the graveyard they built over the old track and a voice told me "McDonnell will crumble, and Heuser will tumble". I knew what I had to do from there." Eddie plans on buying a wind turbine with his earnings. "I don't have to hunt anymore. The birds fly right into them! I'll never go hungry again."


Current Points Positions (Race 26 of 36)
1. Matthew Dominique: -
2. John Battista: -5
3. Johnny Reed Foley: -10
4. Rick Jackson: -15
5. Tony Pizzaro: -20
6. Zach Michael: -25
7. Craig Lee: -30
8. Dave Miller: -35
9. Donald Stewart: -40
10. Alex Crapser: -45


Friday, September 16th, 9:00 ET

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Geno Sphere was rushed to the McLeod Medical Hospital after a devastating crash during the first practice session for the 2022 Southern 500. Geno flipped 21 times within 8 seconds after a direct impact to the passenger side. "A hit to the drivers-side door could have killed him instantly" said Extravaganza Series medical chief Dr. Terrence "Novacane" Suggs. He is currently in critical condition, with no specific injuries currently released. We will continue to update his condition throughout the week.

Category: NORL AI Extravaganza | Views: 12 | Added by: anthonypiazza88888 | Date: 13-September-22

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There are ten drivers racing for the final two chase positions in the deciding 400-miler at Richmond. Pole-sitter Alex Crapser comes in 22 points back, able to clinch if the starting grid becomes the final result. Bill Werkheiser starts 23rd. John Tharp starts 16th. Bink Lucas starts 27th. Zakk Miller starts 26th. Scott Jackson starts 9th. Logan Sheets starts 30th. Ryan Heuser starts 5th.

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A lap 9 accident gives Adam Crapser his 11th DNF of the season, and his fourth in-a-row. He and Dave Butterworth glue together on the backstraightaway, colliding into the inside wall and up into Mike Carroll. All three drivers failed to finish inside the top-30.

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Alex Crapser dominated the first 100 laps, at least four seconds ahead of the field for nearly the entire run. John Tharp, John Battista and Zach Michael were the only drivers within the same hemisphere as the #04, catching the lapped traffic 20 laps after Crapser would pass them. Surprise drivers Randy Dobbins, Dalton Lucas and Steven Spears remained inside the top-10.

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Chase contenders Zakk Miller, Scott Jackson, Jimmie Stevens, Donald Stewart, Logan Sheets and Bink Lucas were all down on speed. All six drivers were down a lap by lap 100, more due to Crapser's dominating speed than anything else. Only 14 cars remained on the lead lap by lap 130.

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A Jonathan Skrabacz engine stall on turn-2 brought out the second caution on lap 140. John Battista, Matthew Dominique, Zach Michael, Tony Pizzaro and Ryan Heuser all battled within the top-5 while Crapser pulled ahead for another three seconds. Lap 224 saw Bink Lucas and Kevin Corbat tangle in turn-3 while second-place Matthew Dominique tangled while trying to avoid the accident.

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Despite the horrific damage to the rear end, Dominique was the only driver to stay out on old tires and lead the field to the green. Zach Michael worked for a couple of laps to pass by Crapser for second place, making his way by Dominique for the lead on lap 240. He, Crapser and Ryan Heuser would pull away from the field, easily the three dominant cars by the two-third's mark of the event.

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Lap 69 saw Craig Lee fall out, finishing 41st for the second time in the last three weeks. Lee was down on speed the entire race, dropping from 14th to 26th and about to be lapped before the explosion. Tony Pizzaro earned the same fate 210 laps later while running in fourth, dropping from 2nd to 5th in the standings with a 36th place finish. Zakk Miller was running a dismal 26th as well before collapsing his chase hopes with an engine failure.

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the #138 NOS Energy crew pulled off a miraculous pit stop and came out in front to lead the ensuing restart. A five-lap battle between he and Zach Michael ended with the #20 crossing the finish line to the caution a full nose ahead, putting him to the lead. Everyone but Michael, John Battista and Randy Dobbins would come in for fuel insurance and tires.

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A 100-lap shootout to the finish saw the #20 Coca-Cola machine pull out to a hefty two-second lead before Battista put on a charge. He would take the lead seemingly outright with 48 laps to go. Unfortunately, he and Randy Dobbins decided to short-pit, proving their doubts on making it the rest of the way on fuel. Michael is on the same pit strategy, needing to hold off Ryan Heuser, Matthew Dominique and a miraculous effort by Steven Spears to ensure his second victory of the season.

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Three cars directly behind and added pressure from the lapped traffic ahead proved nearly impossible odds for Zach Michael, also needing to save fuel in the process. He was able to do all three in an unbelievable effort to hold off Richmond king Ryan Heuser and his Quantum Racing counterpart for the vi ... Read more »

Category: NORL AI Extravaganza | Views: 11 | Added by: anthonypiazza88888 | Date: 10-September-22

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