U.M.P. DIRTcar Racing


Kenny Schrader Takes Home Steve Schmitt UMPDIRTcar Summit Modified Win


HIGHLAND, Ill. - June 22, 2011 - Ken Schrader is quickly becoming the favorite to win the inaugural DIRTcar Summit Racing Equipment Modified Nationals  after capturing the $1,000 payday Wednesday night at Highland (Ill.) Speedway.

The victory is the second in three races during the month long Summit Modified Nationals for the NASCAR veteran originally from Fenton, Mo.   Schrader held of a charging Steve Latch of Brownstown, Ill., who climbed from a sixth place starting spot to finish second. Scott Weber of Festus, Mo. would finish third. Mt. Olive, Mo., driver Tim Hancock and Troy, Ill. pilot Dean Hoffman would round out the top five.
Heat race winners were Schrader, Weber, John Demoss of Bloomington, Ind., and Hancock.  Brett Korves of Swanson, Ill., and Kelby Simmons, of Mason, Ill. won B-Mains.

DIRTcar Summit Racing Equipment Modified Nationals Statistical Report; Highland (Ill.) Speedway; June 22, 2011

A-Main:  1.Ken Schrader ($1,000), 2. Steve Lach, 3. Scott Weber, 4. Tim Hancock, 5. Dean Hoffman, 6. John Demoss, 7. Gabe Menser, 8. Clint Demoss, 9. Brian Lynn, 10. Jay Ledford, 11. Jeff Curl, 12. Mckay Wenger, 13. Darrell Hewlett, 14. Kelby Simmons, 15. Jimmy Cummins, 16. Tyler Diebert, 17. Donovan Lodge, 18. Khris Fohne, 19. Craig Kern, 20. Brad Venhaus, 21. Brett Korves.

Track Guidelines

Highland Speedway reserves the right to refuse admittance to anyone.

Drivers must be 14 years of age to race at the Highland Speedway. Drivers 14 and under must have permission from the track to race in the DIRTcar UMP Late Model, DIRTcar UMP Modified,  DIRTcar UMP SportMod division and DIRTcar UMP Street Stock division.

Minor drivers must have BOTH parents or legal guardians sign a minor release form for the driver to enter the race track. Minor drivers will sign the minor form each week during sign in at the pit shack. 

Each driver must enter their car to race every night. Every car that races must have a pit pass for the driver.