SALINA, Kan. (Sept. 24-25) – Clay Money and Dylan Sherfick cashed the big checks at Salina Speedway’s Mid-America Clash.
Both IMCA Modified winners pocketed $1,500, along with Fast Shafts All-Star Invitational qualifying eligibility. Money won the ‘B’ feature and the main event on Friday while Sherfick won Saturday’s 25-lapper from the pole.
Money started the opening night show headliner from 13th. He was running third when the caution came out with 10 laps left and took the lead on the restart.
“We like to go to Salina when we can. I kind of like that track when it slicks up. I know where to run it,” said Money, who took the checkers ahead of Sherfick, Brandon Conkwright, Marcus Tomlinson and Tim Watts. “I know where to run it.”
Sherfick had started seventh and improved one position from his Friday finish the next night. He’d run at Salina one time before this season, DNF’ing five or six years ago.
“We’ve had a pretty decent car. We changed a couple things for Saturday and that definitely helped us out,” Sherfick said. “With the point season winding down, we wanted to try out some things before the fall special at Hays. We went to Salina and it worked out for us.”
Runner-up was Darrick Klima. Brad Morris, Watts and Conkwright were scored next.
Dylan Sherfick ran second on opening night and led the night two Mid-America Clash IMCA Modified main event from start to finish. (Photo by Darren Ebling)
One thousand dollar IMCA Sunoco Stock Car winners were Danny Holt of Friday and Tathan Burkhart on Saturday. Both drivers are now eligible to qualify for the 2022 B & B Racing Chassis All-Star Invitational.
Holt won ahead of Josh Everhart and Burkhart; Boone Evans and Holt ran 2-3 the next night.
Karl Kustoms Northern SportMod winners were Adam Armstrong on Friday and Tyler Watts on Saturday. Joe Feyen was the runner-up both nights with Watts third on Friday and Armstrong rounding out the Saturday podium.
Dillon Richards won both IMCA Sunoco Hobby Stock features, ahead of Nicholas Ronnebaum and Cody Williams on Friday and Shay Simoneau and John Martinez the next night.
Zach Bohlmeyer and Drake Bohlmeyer swapped wins and second-place Mach-1 Sport Compact finishes. Kaden Murray was third both nights.