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Hansen, Moses capture Sooner Series double features




(Maxx Ramsey photos) John Rittenoure - ENID, Okla. (September 9, 2023) - Two winners emerged from the Complete Well Testing Sooner Late Model Series on Saturday at Enid Speedway.

Series points leader Brett Hansen had to wait a month, but emerged with his sixth victory of the season the make-up feature from an August 12 when rain washed out the program after heat races. Hansen came close to scoring a daily double as he finished second to Darren Moses in the nights regularly scheduled feature.

The make-up feature was competitive from the start with pole sitter Christopher Wilhite, Jr. setting the early pace. However, Joseph Gorby drove around Wilhite for second on lap 8. But Gorby’s lead was short lived. Hansen took over on lap 10 and went the distance for his 11th career victory.

Gorby held onto second over a hard charging Jon Herring, Jr. who earned the Marks Machine Shop Hard Charger award advancing from 16th starting to third. Richard Shepler finished fourth and Gary Lowe was fifth. Early leader Wilhite fell to 8th pulling out of the race with three laps remaining with an overheating engine.

In the second feature Kansas racer Darren Moses led start-to-finish for his first Sooner Series career victory. Hansen gave chase all the way and pulled alongside for the lead on a lap 16 restart. Moses pulled back in front and Hansen settled for second at the finish. Adam Popp came from 7th to finish third, Gary Lowe was fourth and newcomer Daniel Helm rounded out the top five. Helm advanced 10 spots to earn the Marks Machine Shop Hard Charger award.

Complete Well Testing

Sooner Late Model Series Results

Enid Speedway - Enid, Oklahoma September 9, 2023

Complete Well Testing A Feature 1 (25 Laps): 1. 1M-Darren Moses[1]; 2. 7H-Brett Hansen[2]; 3. 10 4-Adam Popp[7]; 4. 31-Gary Lowe[5]; 5. 4X-Daniel Helm[15]; 6. 21-Christopher Wilhite JR[3]; 7. 88S-Richard Shepler[9]; 8. 9XX-Dakota Dellinger[8]; 9. 95-Eric Brill[11]; 10. H1-Steve Hewitt Sr[14]; 11. 9-Joseph Gorby[4]; 12. 96-Jon Herring Jr[6]; 13. 26-Adrien Hickman[16]; 14. 84-Gary Kilbourn[12]; 15. 57-Jerry Derr[13]; 16. 27X-Ron Brown[10]


O’Reilly Auto Parts Heat 1 (10 Laps): 1. 1M-Darren Moses[2]; 2. 9-Joseph Gorby[4]; 3. 10 4-Adam Popp[3]; 4. 27X-Ron Brown[5]; 5. (DNS) 57-Jerry Derr


DesignOne Racewear Heat 2 (10 Laps): 1. 21-Christopher Wilhite JR[4]; 2. 31-Gary Lowe[3]; 3. 9XX-Dakota Dellinger[2]; 4. 95-Eric Brill[5]; 5. H1-Steve Hewitt Sr[1]


Gage Diamonds Heat 3 (10 Laps): 1. 96-Jon Herring Jr[2]; 2. 7H-Brett Hansen[5]; 3. 88S-Richard Shepler[4]; 4. 84-Gary Kilbourn[6]; 5. 4X-Daniel Helm[3]; 6. 26-Adrien Hickman[1]


Lap Leaders: Darren Moses 1-25 Margin of Victory: 1.025 Marks Machine Shop Hard Charger: Daniel Helm +10


Complete Well Testing

Sooner Late Model Series Results

Enid Speedway - Enid, Oklahoma August 12, 2023

Complete Well Testing A Feature 1 (20 Laps): 1. 7H-Brett Hansen[7]; 2. 9-Joseph Gorby[3]; 3. 96-Jon Herring Jr[16]; 4. 88S-Richard Shepler[8]; 5. 31-Gary Lowe[14]; 6. 26-Adrien Hickman[12]; 7. 9XX-Dakota Dellinger[15]; 8. 21-Christopher Wilhite JR[2]; 9. H1-Steve Hewitt Sr[17]; 10. 84-Gary Kilbourn[9]; 11. 57-Jerry Derr[10]; 12. 65-Eric Brill[6]; 13. 27X-Ron Brown[13]; 14. (DNS) 60-Kip Hughes; 15. (DNS) 078-Dustin Dixon; 16. (DNS) 229-Damian Patocka; 17. (DNS) 66-Eli Ross


O’Reilly Auto Parts Heat 1 (10 Laps): 1. 60-Kip Hughes[2]; 2. 66-Eli Ross[3]; 3. 7H-Brett Hansen[4]; 4. 57-Jerry Derr[5]; 5. 27X-Ron Brown[6]; 6. 96-Jon Herring Jr[1]


Gage Diamonds Heat 2 (10 Laps): 1. 9-Joseph Gorby[4]; 2. 65-Eric Brill[6]; 3. 88S-Richard Shepler[5]; 4. 078-Dustin Dixon[1]; 5. 31-Gary Lowe[2]; 6. (DNS) H1-Steve Hewitt Sr


DesignOne Racewear Heat 3 (10 Laps): 1. 229-Damian Patocka[1]; 2. 21-Christopher Wilhite JR[5]; 3. 84-Gary Kilbourn[4]; 4. 26-Adrien Hickman[2]; 5. 9XX-Dakota Dellinger[3]


Lap Leaders: Christopher Wilhite, Jr. 1-7, Joseph Gorby 8-9, Brett Hansen 10-20 Margin of Victory: 0.877 Marks Machine Shop Hard Charger: Jon Herring, Jr. +13


Next Event: 81 Speedway, September 16

2023 Winners

4/14 - Kip Hughes - Thunderbird Speedway

4/15 - Brett Hansen - Tulsa Speedway 4/29 - Brett Hansen - Monett Raceway 5/6 - Brett Hansen - Thunderbird Speedway 6/2 - Kip Hughes - Outlaw Motor Speedway 6/9 - Kip Hughes - Humboldt Speedway 6/10 - Kip Hughes - 81 Speedway 6/24 - Jace Parmley - Salina Highbanks Speedway 7/1 - Joseph Gorby - Enid Speedway 7/15 - Brett Hansen - Longdale Speedway 7/22 - Kip Hughes - Caney Valley Speedway 7/29 - Brett Hansen - Enid Speedway 8/12 - Brett Hansen - Enid Speedway 8/19 - Joseph Gorby - Longdale Speedway 8/25 - Shayne Bailey - Tulsa Speedway 8/26 - Dusty Leonard - Caney Valley Speedway 9/9 - Darren Moses - Enid Speedway

Top 10 Standings: 1. Brett Hansen 7220; 2. Richard Shepler 6530; 3. Joseph Gorby, 6225; 4. Eli Ross 5745; 5. Eric Brill, 5445; 6. Dakota Dellinger, 5360; 7. Ron Brown, 5085; 8. Gary Lowe, 4510; 9. Steve Hewitt, Sr., 4260; 10. Kip Hughes 4220.

About Complete Well Testing

Based in Oklahoma, Complete Well Testing is a family owned and operated company specializing in hydrostatic tubing testing and EMI tubing scanning.

Hayden Ross Motorsports Foundation

Hayden Ross Motorsports Foundation goal is to help grow both high school, trade school and college programs to start and or develop a motorsports program, club, or organizations at their school as well as individual motorsports programs. HRMF will provide financial grants, equipment, expertise, scholarships, and educational opportunities for these organizations and individuals. This program will allow students to overcome the hurdle of entering motorsports due to the high costs and specialized experience needed to get started. This program will allow these students the opportunity to be part of a team with one overall goal of success on the track, including budgeting, marketing, mechanical skills, logistics, and team building efforts. All while honoring the life lost to early of Hayden Diesel Ross, #forever66.

Sooner Late Model Series

The Sooner Late Model Series was formed in 2016 by Enid Speedway co-promoter Mark Brill. Brill felt there was not many opportunities for late model competitors to race in Oklahoma and the Sooner Late Model Series was formed. Now the series has grown beyond the borders of Oklahoma with events held in the neighboring states of Kansas, Texas and Arkansas

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