Little collects first career feature win at Belle-Clair

News-DemocratApril 24, 2014 

Ryan Little held off the field last Friday to claim his first feature win at Belle-Clair Speedway, finishing on top in the 25-lap Kettler & Sons UMP Late Model finale.

Little took over first place on Lap 8 and held off all challengers. John Beck was second and Rick Salter, who started 13th, finished third.

Mike Harrison posted a sweep in the Aaron's UMP Modifieds, winning the feature ahead of Rusty Griffaw and Dennis Ponder.

Marc McClintock won the Belleville Automotive Pure Stocks feature and Jeremy Zumwalt won the Boss Chassis Micro Sprints feature.

Tri-City Speedway

NASCAR driver Kenny Wallace will be racing his UMP Modifieds car Friday at Tri-City Speedway in Pontoon Beach. Also scheduled is the sixth annual 4-Cylinder Spring Dirt Track Championships with $1,000 to the winner.

Feature winners last Friday at Tri-City were Bobby Pierce in the UMP Late Models, Steeleville's Matt Mevert in the UMP Modifieds and Brady Bacon in the 410 Winged Sprints.

Highland Speedway

Mike Schulte won the UMP Late Model feature last Saturday at Highland Speedway and Dean Hoffman took the checkered flag in the UMP Steve Schmitt Modifieds feature.

Jacob Rexi won the Street Stocks feature and Marty Smith, Jr. won the UMP B-Dry Solutions Sport Mods feature.

Saturday is '70's Night at Highland Speedway with prizes for the top outfits from that era .

Federated Auto Parts Raceway

The World of Outlaws STP Sprint Cars will duel for $10,000 to win Saturday along with UMP Modifieds at Federated Auto Parts Raceway at I-55 in Pevely. Mo.

UMP Modifieds feature paying $1,000 to win.

Last Saturday, Randy Korte claimed his second straight UMP DIRTcar Late Model feature victory and Michael Long won the UMP DIRTcar Modified feature.

Dave Armstrong survived an action-packed UMP DIRTcar/AARA Sportsman feature ahead of Craig Bessinger. Eldon Hemken won the Pro 4 Stock feature.

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