Racing fills Memorial Day Weekend

HUMBOLDT — Humboldt Speedway roared with sound and racing Friday and Sunday over Memorial Day Weekend.
On Friday was the Speedway’s regular night of dirt track racing. Sunday was the second annual Dwaine Whitworth Memorial Special.
Jimmie Davis went wire-to-wire to win Friday’s B-Mod feature race. Jerry Kustanborter ran second with Leon Bash in third place. Jimmy Daniels placed fourth and Nathan Ellison was fifth.
Justin Folk left the balance of the modified field in the dust Friday. He had brother Jesse Folk Jr. running second but never really challenging him.
Justin Folk won the modified feature and Jesse Folk Jr. was second. Ryan Whitworth finished third followed by Brian Mc-Gowen and Gary Langworth Jr.
Aaron Murry claimed the win in the street stock feature race Friday. Johnny Green was second followed by Jed Rice. Dusty Marvin crossed the finish line in fourth place and Eddie Fox was fifth.
Scott Stuart lapped most of the field in an 18-car field to win the factory stock feature Friday. Jeremy Wilson ran second and was the only car Stuart didn’t lap.
Colton Bunn finished third in the race and Matt Weintz was fourth. Derrek Wilson ran fifth.
Also Friday, was the kids bicycle races. Logan Pres-ton and Britan Folk were the top two finishers in the 6-and-under bracket. Luke Phillips and Jason Stubbs were the top two in the 7-9 age group and Cameron Harris and Blake Crawford took home prizes in the 10-13 age division.
Sunday’s racing at the Dwaine Whitworth Memorial Special had Justin Folk claiming the $1,000-to-win modified race.
Justin Folk passed Johnny Fennewald of Appleton City, Mo., late in the race to win. Fennewald took second followed by Brian McGowen, John Allen and Jesse Folk Jr.
Scott Stuart dominated the factory stock’s $500-to-win feature. Jeremy Wilson ran second followed by Derrek Wilson. Jerry Wagner placed fourth and Mark Selsor took fifth.
In the B-Mod feature, which was a $500 special also, Colt Cheevers claimed the top spot. Paden Phillips finished second followed by Jerry Kustanborter and Jim Daniels.
This Friday is Kansas Relay for Life night at the Speedway. The Speedway will donate $1 of each admission ticket to Kansas Relay for Life. There will also be a benefit auction.