October 29, 2005 Results

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Sports Semi 1 Make Up 9/24
1 51 Rick Jones
2 56 Marty Kopp
3 93 Paul Nash
4 18 Pat Chalmers
5 00jr Dave Meyers
6 33 Nathan Bowman

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October 9, 2005 Results

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Pontoon Beach, IL (October 9, 2005) Tri-City Speedway presented "Cheater's Night" better known as an open competition show in which many drivers and crews spent many hours creating some unique body designs on their racecars. Everything from large plexiglass sideboards to sprint car wings to spoilers mounted in all types of different configurations on all the different classes of cars.

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October 2, 2005 Results

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Gateway Series 600cc Micros – 40 Entries
Heat 1
1 68 Jonathon Hendrick
2 14 Jimmy Bridgeman
3 20 Kurt Westerfield
4 11s Lucus Sprague
5 120 Gary Bouhl
6 93 Nick Eastin
7 22c Dereck Campbell
8 83 Gregg Dillion
9 6j James Lake
10 4 Billy Kruep

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September 24, 2005 Results

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Pontoon Beach, IL (September 24, 2005) Ed Shamhart of Olney, IL topped a stellar field of UMP Modifieds at Tri-City Speedway and claimed the largest payday ever for a modified race at the track. Thirty-three UMP Modifieds checked in the gate to compete on the big flat 1/2 mile dirt oval that would pay the winner $5,000.

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September 11, 2005 Results

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Pontoon Beach, IL – (September 11, 2005) Tri-City Speedway in Pontoon Beach, IL crowned their 2005 season champions in all five divisions. Steve Sheppard of New Berlin, IL took the UMP Late Model Championship as he led all twenty-five laps of the main event and picked up the victory which allowed him to maintain his lead in the points race and earn the championship. Randy Korte started deep in the field as he came from the eleventh starting position to claim the second spot. Michael Kloos, Mark Oller and Billy Laycock completed the top five.

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September 4, 2005 Results

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Lm Heat 1
1 82 Billy Laycock
2 17w Todd Rehg
3 11d Brian Diveley
4 81 Craig Smith
5 27 Mike Schulte
6 5s Steve Sheppard
7 5d Joe Dresch
8 89 Matt Hartnett

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August 28, 2005 Results

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Pontoon Beach, IL (August 28, 2005) Defending UMP Late Model National Champion Rodney Melvin of Benton, IL raced to his second straight UMP Late Model win at Tri-City Speedway. Melvin, who led the entire twenty-five lap main event fought off the challenges of Steve Sheppard enroute to claiming the win. Billy Laycock crossed the line in the third position with Mark Oller fourth and Bryan Collins completing the top five.

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August 24, 2005 Results

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From Dick Jordan: Jay Drake won the USAC Valvoline National Sprint Car series event at the Tri-City Speedway in Granite City, Illinois on Wednesday. Bud Kaeding, BIll Rose, Jerry Coons, Jr., and Justin Marvel rounded out the top five.

VALVOLINE USAC NATIONAL SPRINT CAR SERIES RACE RESULTS: August 24, 2005 * Pontoon Beach (Granite City), Illinois * Tri-City Speedway

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August 21, 2005 Results

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Pontoon Beach, IL (August 21, 2005) The defending UMP Late Model National Champion and current UMP Late Model National point leader Rodney Melvin of Logan, IL put on a dominating performance as he swept the night's events. Melvin, who had to start his qualifying heat race from the back after being late to the staging area, quickly powered his machine to the front of the field and went on to win his qualifying heat. He then backed that up with a victory in the dash which gave him a front row starting position in the main event.

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August 7, 2005 Results

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Pontoon Beach, IL (August 7, 2005) Michael Kloos took the lead early on in the twenty-five lap main event for the UMP Late Models and then fought off the challenges of Bryan Collins in the closing laps to take the victory. Collins ran Kloos down as they battled through lapped traffic, but once they cleared the traffic, Kloos reassumed the lead and went on to the win. Matt Taylor and Steve Sheppard joined in the fight for the top spot late and rolled across the line in the third and fourth spot. Billy Laycock rounded out the top five.

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