posted July 16, 2001 10:35 AM
FREES, ADAMS AND KERCHER ARE SUNDAY WALL STADIUM WINNERS
WALL TOWNSHIP, N.J. ~ Ron Frees of Brick notched a Street Stock victory, Tim
Adams was a Three-Quarter Midget winner and Richard Kircher won the title in
the Mid-Summer Demolition Derby as Wall Stadium presented another Sunday
night special event on July 15.
Andrew Schroeder was the first leader of the double-point 25-lapper for
the Garage Door Express Street Stocks, while Frees and a host of others were
wrestling their way through the 25-car field. Chuck Jadacki was the first to
the front as he took command with eight laps in the books.
Frees soon advanced to second and immediately began to pressure the
leader before slipping to lead with 10 laps down. Former champ Craig Wallis
of Farmingdale was right with him, however, and this duo raced bumper to
bumper all the way to the checker flag. Rich Gould of North Brunswick crossed
the line third, while Jadacki and Howell's Darren Burdge were fourth and
Tim Adams came from deep in the field to win the companion 25-lapper for
the Three-Quarter Midgets. Doug Sherwood looked strong in the early going as
he rocketed to the lead. Meanwhile, Adams was picking his way through the
field before arriving in second on the 17th circuit. Adams immediately began
slicing left and right while looking for a path to the front.
Adams finally found that lane and raced into the lead with just four laps
to space. Joe Przyblinski also raced through for second, while Sherwood
settled for third. Don Zrinski and Mike Tidaback completed the top five.
BJ MacDonald led almost every laps of the companion 25-lapper for the
Neptune Research Three-Quarter Midgets before winning the contest by just
feet over teammate Tim Adams. Adams, who had spun on the initial start,
rocketed from the rear of the 16-car field to cross the finish line just feet
behind MacDonald. Mike Tidaback was third at the stripe, while Bobby Watkins
and early leader Don Zrinski were fourth and fifth.
Richard Kircher of Fleetwood, Pa. was the winner of the "Championship
Demolition Derby." In addition to cash and trophies, Kircher also earned a
guaranteed spot in the World Championship Demolition Derby scheduled for
The shore speedway features the Modified stock cars in the annual Garage
Door Express Garden State Classic 100 this Saturday night (July 21). The Pro
Stocks, Street Stocks, Truck Series and Legend Cars will battle in regular
distance main events with the first qualifying event starting at 7:00 p.m. A
special Modified time trial session is slated for 6:30 p.m. Spectator gates
open at 5:00 p.m.
Wall Stadium is located on Rt. 34 in Wall Township, N.J. just a mile north of
Garden State Parkway Exit 98 and Interstate 195 Exit 35B. The speedway
hotline is 732-681-6400 and the internet address is www.wallstadium.com.
WALL STADIUM RACE RESUTLS - JULY 15, 2001
GARAGE DOOR EXPRESS STREET STOCKS
FEATURE - 25 LAPS - 1. RON FREES, BRICK; 2. Craig Wallis; 3. Rich Gould; 4.
Chuck Jadacki; 5. Darren Burdge; 6. Mark Bartlett; 7. Bill Vanderveen; 8.
John McCormack; 9. Shannon Mongeau; 10. Charlie DiGiantamasso; 11. Jim
Downey; 12. Tom Healy; 13. Bob Milwicz; 14. Greg Mellock; 15. Billy Doyle;
16. Lee Pelton; 17. Greg Gastelu; 18. Joe Ronan; 19. Mike Bilello; 20. Neil
Christiana; 21. Brandon Stowle; 22. Darren Cox; 23. Andrew Schroeder; 24.
Larry Thompson; 25. Anthony Crimaldi
NEPTUNE RESEARCH THREE-QUARTER MIDGETS
FEATURE - 25 LAPS - 1. TIM ADAMS; 2. Joe Przyblynski; 3. Doug Sherwood; 4.
Don Zrinski; 5. Mike Tidaback; 6. Bobby Watkins; 7. Frank Palimedia; 8. BJ
McDonald; 9. Bill Bonsma; 10. Ken Zrinski; 11. Dan McMahon; 12. Blu Metz; 13.