2017 Big 8 Series Schedule
BILDERBACK CLINCHES BIG 8 TITLE, EYES MORE HISTORY SUNDAY
 
By: Eric Huenefeld
 
Saturday night at Rockford Speedway, Michael Bilderback did what he's done more than anyone else since the beginning of the 2015 racing season; win races.
 
The South Beloit native bagged his 24th win in three years in a dominant effort during the 108 lap Big 8 Late Model Series event which was part of the 52nd Annual National Short Track Championships (NSTC).
 
Bilderback, who started the race from the eleventh position, made his was to the front on lap 27 after a brief battle with polesitter Dale Nottestad. Following the pass for the lead, Bilderback was rarely challenged. Half of that fact was due to Bilderback's sheer dominance, while the other half was due to the pace of the race. The 26-car starting field ran the 108 lap race in just 45 minutes, with only three yellow flags stopping the event. The final caution flew on lap 46, meaning the final 62 circuits of the race were run under green flag conditions. 
 
The win, coupled with trouble for four-time Series champion Jeremy Miller, clinched an unprecedented third consecutive Big 8 Late Model Series championship for Bilderback, who also tied Miller for first place on the all-time Big 8 Series wins list with 12 feature wins. 
 
In reference to National Short Track Championships, Bilderback is also on the cusp of not only more history, but a sizeable bonus on Sunday afternoon; if the 26 year old driver can win the 200 lap Super Late Model National Short Track Championship race, he will pocket a $1500 bonus for becoming the first ever driver to win all three Late Model features at NSTC in a single year.
 
Cambridge Wisconsin's Dale Nottestad came home in second place, after leading 13 laps early in the event, with four-time Big 8 NSTC winner Jon Reynolds Jr taking third position. Former Rockford Speedway Track Champion Alex Papini finished fourth, with Iowa teenager Brody Willett rounding out the top five. 
 
OFFICIAL RESULTS
Big 8 Late Model Series '108'
52nd National Short Track Championships
Rockford Speedway
 
1. Michael Bilderback    South Beloit, IL
2. Dale Nottestad    Cambridge, WI
3. Jon Reynolds Jr    Loves Park, IL
4. Alex Papini    Rockford, IL
5. Brody Willett    Alburnett, IA
6. Bobby Wilberg    Beloit, WI
7. Adam Peschek    Oconomowoc, WI
8. Jake Zellmer    Muskego, WI
9. Tom Gille    Winnebago, IL
10. John Baumeister Jr    Beloit, WI
11. John Beinlich    Cary, IL
12. Jake Vanoskey    Hartford, WI
13. Chris Storey    Burlington, WI
14. Jerry Mueller    Richfield, WI
15. Dennis Smith Jr    South Beloit, IL
16. Jeff Wakeman    Streator, IL
17. Cody Kippenhan    Ypslianti, MI
18. Ryan Kamish      Farmington, MN
19. Steve Rubeck    Rockford, IL
20. Jeremy Miller    Rockford, IL
21. Tyler Hromadka    Brookfield, WI
22. RJ Braun    Wales, WI
23. Mike Lloyd    Davis, IL
24. Jake Gille      Winnebago, IL
25. Max Kahler    Caledonia, IL
26. Jerry Gille    Roscoe, IL
 
Fast Qualifier: Miller (New Track Record)
Prelim Winners: Miller, Bilderback, Smith Jr, Nottestad, Beinlich
Entries: 30 Big 8 Late Models
BILDERBACK 'DELIGHTS' IN SECOND STRAIGHT WIN
 
Story by: Eric Huenefeld
Photo by: Hotshot Photography
 
Over the course of the last three racing seasons, Michael Bilderback has gone as the weather has gone. When summer draws longer and the weather gets warmer, it seems Bilderback gets warm right along with the conditions.
 
For the second straight season, the South Beloit Illinois native is on a summertime winning streak with the Big 8 Late Model Series. After winning last Friday night's Miller Lite Larry Detjens Memorial Race at State Park Speedway in Wausau WI, Bilderback collected his second straight Series win at Wisconsin International Raceway, topping his foes in the 38 lap 'Dixieland Delight.'
 
Bilderback, second quickest in Qualifying, started from the seventh position and initially found trouble getting to the front, thanks in part to some torrid side-by-side battles ahead of him. At the front of the line, first and second place starters Jerry Mueller and Jake Zellmer dueled for the lead, with Mueller eventually sneaking to the front. Zellmer soon found himself locked in a battle with Iowa's Brody Willett for the second, with Willett eventually taking the position away from Zellmer.
 
Along with Bilderback, Braison Bennett and fast qualifier Jeremy Miller did their best to navigate both traffic and the tricky confines of the D-shaped half mile. Bilderback was the first of the three to bust out of the thicket and make his way forward, taking second by lap 11 and then beginning his pursuit of Mueller for the race lead. The tussle was lengthy, but finally on the 15th circuit, Bilderback moved to the head of the class. As the race moved along at a brisk caution-free pace, it was Bilderback manufacturing a straightaway advantage over the balance of the pack on his way to victory. Bennett eventually found his way to second place in the race's final laps, while Miller settled for third while battling transmission issues. John Baumeister Jr claimed his third career Big 8 Series top five with a fourth place showing, while Minnesota's Ryan Kamish rounded out the top five. 
 
The Big 8 Late Model Series now takes a seven-week hiatus as drivers vie for track championships at their hometracks. The break leads up to the busiest part of the Big 8 schedule, 'three races in three weeks' to determine the 2017 Big 8 Late Model Series champion. The chase begins Saturday September 23 at Elko (MN) Speedway as part of the 9th annual Thunderstruck, then one week later at Rockford (IL) Speedway on "Short Track Saturday Night" September 30 at the 52nd National Short Track Championships. The curtain closes on the 2017 Big 8 Late Model Series season at LaCrosse (WI) Fairgrounds Speedway on Saturday October 7 during the 48th annual Oktoberfest Race Weekend. 
 
For more information on the Big 8 Late Model Series, please visit big8series.com. 
 
Big 8 Late Model Series
'Dixieland Delight' 
Official Race Results
 
1. Michael Bilderback  South Beloit, IL
2. Braison Bennett  Menasha, WI
3. Jeremy Miller  Rockford, IL
4. John Baumeister Jr  Beloit, WI
5. Ryan Kamish  Farmington, MN
6. Jerry Mueller  Richfield, WI
7. Jake Zellmer  Burlington, WI
8. Cody Kippenhan  Ypsilanti, MI
9. Joey Pontbriand  Norway, MI
10. Jake Vanoskey  Hartford, WI
11. Tyler Hromadka  Brookfield, WI
12. Brody Willett  Alburnett, IA
 
Fast Qualifier: Miller
 
Big 8 Late Model Series
Point Standings (as of 8/2/17)
 
1. Michael Bilderback  602
2. Jeremy Miller  551
3. Brody Willett  431
4. Ryan Kamish  391
5. Jerry Mueller  347
6. Jake Vanoskey  313
7. Jake Zellmer  311
8. Tim Sargent  295
9. Tyler Hromadka  279
10. Tyler Brown (R)  236
 
For more information: big8series.com 
Photo By: Q C Willy Photography
TWO FOR 2; BILDERBACK NABS SECOND WIN OF 2017
 
Story by: Brandon Aschenbrenner
 
The Big 8 Late Models traveled back to State Park Speedway for what has become tradition on the Opening Night of the Larry Detjens Memorial Race Weekend Friday evening. And by the end of the evening, Michael Bilderback made winning a tradition as he not only set Fast Time, but won his Heat Race and the 58 lap Miller Lite Detjens Memorial Feature Race.
 
Brody Willett and Jeremy Lepak would start the feature event on the front row. Willett was able to grab the early lead and held Lepak behind him. An early caution three laps in saw Tyler Brown spin and collect Jeff Nowak and Jared Duda. All cars were eventually able to continue. Willett continued to lead after the restart until lap sixteen when Jake Vanoskey spun in turn four causing another caution. Willett once again would maintain the lead on the restart with the next yellow flying on lap twenty-two. This caution was caused when contact between Michael Ostdiek and  Adam Pescheck caused the Ostdiek machine to spin in turn two. 
 
Only three laps after this restart, Jeremy Miller and Derek Lemke got together in turn three and Lemke backed into the wall hard while Miller was able to continue. With thirty laps left, Bilderback, who found himself on the outside of the second row on the restart, made the pass on Willett and never looked back. Bilderback picked up his second feature of the season. Lepak was able to hang on to second, Ostdiek fought back for third. Muskego's Jake Zellmer finished in fourth place, his best ever finish in a Big 8 Series event. Willett had a solid night, finishing fifth place int he feature while moving up to third in the Big 8 Late Model Series point standings. 
 
This upcoming Tuesday night, the Big 8 Late Model Series returns to action at Wisconsin International Raceway with the 'Dixieland Delight' 38 lap feature. The race is scheduled as an undercard for the ARCA Midwest Tour Dixieland 250 featuring NASCAR champion Kyle Busch. 
 
Big 8 Late Model Series
Miller Lite Larry Detjens Memorial
Official Race Results
 
1. Michael Bilderback  South Beloit, IL
2. Jeremy Lepak  Wausau, WI
3. Michael Ostdiek  Lakeville, MN
4. Jake Zellmer  Muskego, WI
5. Brody Willett  Alburnett, IA
6. Jeremy Miller  Rockford, IL
7. Ryan Kamish  Farmington, MN
8. Adam Peschek  Oconomowoc, WI
9. Kyle Kirberger  Ramsey, MN
10. Bryan Wrolstad  Northfield, MN
11. Jake Vanoskey  Hartford, WI
12. Tyler Hromadka  Brookfield, WI
13. Jerry Mueller  Richfield, WI
14. Tyler Brown  Carol Stream, IL
15. Jeff Nowak  Weston, WI
16. Jared Duda  St Michael, MN
17. Derek Lemke  Shakopee, MN
 
Fast Time: Bilderback
Heat Race Winners: Bilderback, Lepak
 
Big 8 Late Model Serues
Point Standings (as of 7/29/17)
 
1. Michael Bilderback  484
2. Jeremy Miller  444
3. Brody Willett  361
4. Ryan Kamish  299
5. Tim Sargent  295
6. Jerry Mueller  266
7. Jake Vanoskey  248
8. Tyler Brown (R)  236
9. Jake Zellmer  231
10. Jared Duda  228
 
For more information: big8series.com 
Photo By: Guy Adams
MILLER REPEATS THE FEAT, CAPTURES SECOND STRAIGHT 'SALUTE TO AMERICA'
MILLER REPEATS THE FEAT, CAPTURES SECOND STRAIGHT 'SALUTE TO AMERICA'

MILLER REPEATS THE FEAT, CAPTURES SECOND STRAIGHT 'SALUTE TO AMERICA'

 

Story By: John Wells
Photo By: Guy Adams

For the second straight year, Jeremy Miller picked up the checkered flag in the ‘Salute to America’ 48 lap feature for the Big 8 Late Models at Madison International Speedway. Miller started eleventh and took the lead on lap 27 on his way to the checkered flag.

Tyler Brown and Tim Sargent led the field of seventeen cars to the green flag. Sargent was able to gain the early advantage. On lap 3 Bobby Wilberg passed Brown for second. Three laps later Brody Willett moved past Ryan Kamish for fourth place.

On lap 7, Wilberg moved to the inside of Sargent coming out of turn four to take the lead. Moving quickly up through the field was Miller who was fifth on lap 9.. On lap 11 Miller moved to the inside of Willett for the third position.

Miller moved past Sargent on lap 14 to take second and started to hunt down Wilberg. On lap 18, Wilberg’s lead was down to three car lengths over Miller as the leaders worked around lapped traffic. This allowed the pair to build a sizeable lead over the third place car of Michael Bilderback.

Miller took the lead on lap 27 when he found room on the low side coming out of turn two and worked his way past Wilberg. Miller was able to increase his lead on lap 31 when Wilberg got caught behind lapped traffic. Doing his best to dial in the top two, Bilderback was closing the gap on Wilberg.

Miller was able to increase his lead over Wilberg as the rest of the field was hoping for a caution flag, but it didn’t come out. Bilderback finished in third followed by Sargent and Willett.

“It’s crazy. This car has just been fast lately,” said Miller who became the all-time winningest driver in the Big 8.

“I’ve got to thank everyone who helps me out and allows me to do this out here,” said Wilberg.

Bilderback added, “We just didn’t work our way through traffic like we needed to tonight.”

Heat race wins went to Jeremy Miller and John Baumeister Jr. Miller also set fast time with a lap of 18.463, narrowly missing the Big 8 track record at Madison of 18.441.

‘Salute to America’
Race Results

1. Jeremy Miller Rockford, IL
2. Bobby Wilberg Beloit, WI
3. Michael Bilderback South Beloit, IL
4. Tim Sargent South Beloit, IL
5. Brody Willett Alburnett, IA
6. John Baumeister Jr Beloit, WI
7. Matt Lundberg Rockton, IL
8. Zach Riddle Cottage Grove, WI
9. Ryan Kamish Farmington, MN
10. Mike Lloyd Davis, IL
11. Jerry Mueller Richfield, WI
12. Cody Kippenhan Ypsilanti, MI
13. Jake Vanoskey Hartford, WI
14. Jared Duda St Michael, MN
15. Steve Vaughn Maple Park, IL
16. Tyler Hromadka Brookfield, WI
17. Tyler Brown Carol Stream, Il
DNS- Jake Zellmer Muskego, WI

BIG 8 LATE MODEL SERIES POINTS
(Top 10, as of 6.30.17)

1. Michael Bilderback 354
2. Jeremy Miller 343
3. Tim Sargent 295
4. Brody Willett 267
5. Ryan Kamish 205
6. Jerry Mueller 202
7. Mike Lloyd 186
8. Jake Vanoskey 180
9. Tyler Brown (R) 175
10. Jared Duda 166

Story By: John Wells
Photo By: Guy Adams

For the second straight year, Jeremy Miller picked up the checkered flag in the ‘Salute to America’ 48 lap feature for the Big 8 Late Models at Madison International Speedway. Miller started eleventh and took the lead on lap 27 on his way to the checkered flag.

Tyler Brown and Tim Sargent led the field of seventeen cars to the green flag. Sargent was able to gain the early advantage. On lap 3 Bobby Wilberg passed Brown for second. Three laps later Brody Willett moved past Ryan Kamish for fourth place.

On lap 7, Wilberg moved to the inside of Sargent coming out of turn four to take the lead. Moving quickly up through the field was Miller who was fifth on lap 9.. On lap 11 Miller moved to the inside of Willett for the third position.

Miller moved past Sargent on lap 14 to take second and started to hunt down Wilberg. On lap 18, Wilberg’s lead was down to three car lengths over Miller as the leaders worked around lapped traffic. This allowed the pair to build a sizeable lead over the third place car of Michael Bilderback.

Miller took the lead on lap 27 when he found room on the low side coming out of turn two and worked his way past Wilberg. Miller was able to increase his lead on lap 31 when Wilberg got caught behind lapped traffic. Doing his best to dial in the top two, Bilderback was closing the gap on Wilberg.

Miller was able to increase his lead over Wilberg as the rest of the field was hoping for a caution flag, but it didn’t come out. Bilderback finished in third followed by Sargent and Willett.

“It’s crazy. This car has just been fast lately,” said Miller who became the all-time winningest driver in the Big 8.

“I’ve got to thank everyone who helps me out and allows me to do this out here,” said Wilberg.

Bilderback added, “We just didn’t work our way through traffic like we needed to tonight.”

Heat race wins went to Jeremy Miller and John Baumeister Jr. Miller also set fast time with a lap of 18.463, narrowly missing the Big 8 track record at Madison of 18.441.

‘Salute to America’
Race Results

1. Jeremy Miller Rockford, IL
2. Bobby Wilberg Beloit, WI
3. Michael Bilderback South Beloit, IL
4. Tim Sargent South Beloit, IL
5. Brody Willett Alburnett, IA
6. John Baumeister Jr Beloit, WI
7. Matt Lundberg Rockton, IL
8. Zach Riddle Cottage Grove, WI
9. Ryan Kamish Farmington, MN
10. Mike Lloyd Davis, IL
11. Jerry Mueller Richfield, WI
12. Cody Kippenhan Ypsilanti, MI
13. Jake Vanoskey Hartford, WI
14. Jared Duda St Michael, MN
15. Steve Vaughn Maple Park, IL
16. Tyler Hromadka Brookfield, WI
17. Tyler Brown Carol Stream, Il
DNS- Jake Zellmer Muskego, WI

BIG 8 LATE MODEL SERIES POINTS
(Top 10, as of 6.30.17)

1. Michael Bilderback 354
2. Jeremy Miller 343
3. Tim Sargent 295
4. Brody Willett 267
5. Ryan Kamish 205
6. Jerry Mueller 202
7. Mike Lloyd 186
8. Jake Vanoskey 180
9. Tyler Brown (R) 175
10. Jared Duda 166

Photo By: Guy Adams

Neisius wins Big 8 Series race at Hawkeye Downs as Adrian, Willett tangle

Rosemount, Min. driver takes the $1,000 win at the Clash at the Downs III after leaders wreck with 7 to go

CEDAR RAPIDS — The 2016 edition of the Big 8 Series Late Model Clash at the Downs ended with Caleb Adrian in the Turn 1 wall and Michael Bilderback in Victory Lane after several furious laps of side-by-side racing.

The 2017 edition was just about a carbon copy.

This time, though, it was Rosemount, Minn., driver Joe Neisius who took the win on a late restart after Adrian ended up in the wall for the second straight year — this time after a tangle with Alburnett’s Brody Willett.

Neisius was rolling in fourth behind Adrian, Willett and Bilderback, and said his spotter told him to stay up on the wheel because the leaders were, “really racing hard.” A wreck and a restart later, and Neisius had the biggest win of his career.

“It was a little bit survival of the fittest,” Neisius said. “When you’re running third or fourth and were as loose as I was, you have to wait and hope there’s a caution. Those guys eliminated themselves there. It worked in my favor. You’ve got to bide your time and keep it in one piece. If you go off on the hook, you’re definitely not winning.”

While Neisius, who started on the pole, got to celebrate the $1,000 win — in the first race in a new racecar — after a power move on the final restart with seven laps to go, the dramatics were elsewhere.

 

 

Adrian started second and led the bulk of the race. Willett started eighth, and spent the first 40 laps of the race steadily working his way forward. Willett caught Adrian and Bilderback, who were racing hard for the lead with less than 20 to go, and made a move to go from third to side-by-side for the lead with 12 to go.

From there, Adrian and Willett ran side by side for five laps, bouncing off each other and working lapped traffic without giving an inch.

With seven to go, the pair went down into Turn 1, made contact and Adrian spun up into the wall.

To ask Adrian, Willett “left-reared me.” To ask Willett, Adrian, “ran out of talent.”

Under caution, Adrian retaliated by hooking Willett’s right rear and spinning him into the outside wall. Willett was penalized and moved to the tail end of the lead lap as part of a “cause of or involved in an incident,” ruling from Big 8 Series officials, and ended up 10th at the finish.

Adrian’s frustration was in his ending up in the wall for a second straight year.

“I don’t know if he drove it in too deep or what, but he just left-reared me and it was the same situation as last year where I backed it into the wall and have to put another rear clip on it,” Adrian said. “He needs to know he can’t drive like that. He needs to learn. If he raced me clean, he probably would’ve won it.”

Adrian said the pair didn’t talk after the race, and he has no plans to talk to Willett about what happened any time soon.

 

 

Willett’s frustration was — in his view — running down the leader, having a faster car, and not being raced the way he’d have liked.

“My guys gave me a first place car and we showed it; we proved it,” Willett said. “As for (Adrian) when the same thing happens two years in a row, you have to think, ‘Maybe I’m the problem.’

“You’ve got to give a guy a lane to race and when you can’t do that, you have to accept the repercussions. He’s only got himself to blame, and then he spins us out on the back stretch like a baby. If you want to retaliate like that, that’s cool.”

Two young drivers — both of whom are regulars at Hawkeye Downs — putting on the show they did for a handful of laps had the Hawkeye Downs crowd on its feet.

Even a guy like Neisius, who needed the caution they provided, watched intently. His win, ahead of Griffin McGrath and Bilderback in third, came from the patience to weather the storm, and executing on the final restart.

“They were racing hard and racing hard and I said, ‘I’ll hang around and see what happens; maybe they’ll screw up and we can get by,’ and that’s exactly what happened,” Neisius said. “I got in hotter than I should’ve on the last restart and slid up and hit (Bilderback). I talked to him about it and we’re cool. We just kept racing and sometimes that’s how it goes.”

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BILDERBACK LEAVES LITTLE DOUBT AT 40th ANNIVERSARY SPRING CLASSIC
 
By: Eric Huenefeld
 
Over the course of the last two-plus seasons, Michael Bilderback has been the ‘man to beat’ in Big 8 Late Model Series competition. 
 
Whether racing along the Big 8 Series or at the Rockford Speedway on Saturday nights, the South Beloit native has stood in victory lane as frequently as anyone since the beginning of the 2015 racing season. 
 
On Sunday afternoon, Bilderback collected his ninth career Big 8 Late Model Series win and seventeenth Late Model victory since the start of 2015 after being the dominant car during the running of the 40th Anniversary Spring Classic at Rockford Speedway.
 
Bilderback, who started from the third position, quickly moved on outside pole sitter Mike Lloyd to take first place on lap four of the 88 lap main event. But then, just two laps later, the caution flag flew for fluid on the track, which was spotted dropping from Ryan Kamish’s car. After Kamish was sent to the pits, the field bunched up for the first restart of the day, which resulted in another yellow just three laps later when both Lloyd and Casey Johnson came into contact off the fourth corner, sending Lloyd spinning. Both cars were sent to the tail after the incident. Lloyd later retired from the race on lap 53, while Johnson fought back for a top five finish.
 
The largest calamity of the day occurred on lap 38, when a suspension breakage sent Tyler Kingery into Dennis Smith Jr’s car as the two drivers entered turn one. Both cars contacted the wall, collecting John Beinlich and Michael Clapper along the way. After the four cars piled up, Smith’s car was engulfed in flames. Smith quickly emerged from his car as safety crews worked to extinguish the inferno. All drivers were ok. While the rest of the field was stopped on track during red flag conditions, Kyle Shear’s car also caught fire. Shear would have to be towed to the pits after the fire exploded his right front tire, but his crew was able to make repairs and return him to the race, where he would finish seventh place, one lap down. 
 
When the remainder of the field took the green flag with 50 laps to go, the race never stopped again as Bilderback put enough cushion between himself and second place Jeremy Miller to maintain a comfy advantage until the checkered flag. When the race concluded, it was Bilderback besting Miller by 1.79 seconds on his way to victory. Tim Sargent started his season off with a sold third place finish, while former Spring Classic champion Alex Papini came home in fourth after holding off a hard charge from Casey Johnson, who settled for fifth following his climb back through the field after the lap 9 incident with Lloyd. Kyle Chwala finished as the last car on the lead lap in sixth.
 
 
40th ANNIVERSARY SPRING CLASSIC
OFFICIAL RESULTS
 
1 Michael Bilderback  South Beloit, IL  (88 laps)
2 Jeremy Miller  Rockford, IL  (88 laps)
3 Tim Sargent  South Beloit, IL  (88 laps)
4 Alex Papini  Machesney Park, IL  (88 laps)
5 Casey Johnson  Edgerton, WI  (88 laps)
6 Kyle Chwala  Johnson Creek, WI  (88 laps)
7 Kyle Shear  Roscoe, IL  (87 laps)
8 Brody Willett  Alburnett, IA  (87 laps)
9 Wayne Freimund  Elkhorn, WI  (87 laps)
10 Jake Zellmer  New Berlin, WI  (87 laps)
11 Jerry Mueller  Richfield, WI  (87 laps)
12 Jake Vanoskey  Hartford, WI  (87 laps)
13 Tyler Brown  Carol Stream, IL  (85 laps)
14 Cody Kippenhan  Ypsilanti, MI  (83 laps)
15 Jared Duda  St Michael, MN  (83 laps)
16 Tyler Hromadka  Brookfield, WI  (82 laps)
17 Jeff Wakeman  Streator, IL  (80 laps)
18 Mike Lloyd  Davis, IL  (53 laps)
19 Steve Rubeck  Rockford, IL  (41 laps)
20 Dennis Smith Jr  South Beloit, IL  (38 laps)
21 John Beinlich  Cary, IL  (38 laps)
22 Michael Clapper  Dane, WI  (38 laps)
23 Tyler Kingery  Prior Lake, MN  (37 laps)
24 Max Kahler  Caledonia, IL  (31 laps)
25 Jon Reynolds Jr  Loves Park, IL  (21 laps)
26 Ryan Kamish  Lakeville, MN  (6 laps)
 
Preliminary Race Winners: Vanoskey, Clapper, Reynolds, Lloyd
Fast Time: Bilderback 13.503 (*New Big 8 Track Record)
Entries: 27 Big 8 Late Models