Champions to be Crowned January 17th...

Brownstown Speedway will celebrate the 2014 racing season and crown the track Champions in each division on Saturday night January 17th. The Bowman Pro Late Model Series champion will also be honored that evening. The top ten drivers in each division and the Bowman Pro Late Models will receive point fund money and awards.


2014 ChampsClick Here The Super Late Model track Champion for 2014 is Jeremy Hines. Jeremy took home six feature wins during the 2014 season and finished 2nd three times. Jeremy is now a two-time Track Champion as he also took the Late Model title in 2012.


The "Fast Max" Modified track Champion for 2014 is Joe Godsey. Joe claimed only one feature win at the Speedway this season, but his 13 top five finishes out of 18 point races propelled Joe to the 2014 title. This will be Joe's first track championship.


In Woolston Automotive Super Stocks Tyler Cain claimed the 2014 championship. Tyler finished in the top spot in six feature events this season. This will make two Super Stock championships for Tyler as he was crowned the 2012 champion. Tyler will also be awarded the 2014 UMP Dirtcar Sportsman National Champion at the UMP banquet.


The Pure Stock division will crown Jim Ruddick as the 2014 Champion. Jim's five Pure Stock feature wins in the highly competitive Pure Stock division was enough to claim the title. This is Jim's first ever track championship at Brownstown.


Greg Garrison notched eight feature wins in the Drain Master Hornet division and will be the 2014 Hornet Track Champion. Greg's eight 2014 wins makes him the winningest driver ever in the Hornet division at Brownstown in total career victories. This will be Greg's first Brownstown Speedway championship.


The Bowman Pro Late Model Series will honor Brad Barrow as its champion. Brad had three series victories and finished in the top five eight out of nine races. This will be Brad's first Pro Late Model title, making him the sixth different series champion in the series' six years of existance.


The doors to the banquet on January 17th at Pewter Hall in Brownstown will open at 5:30 pm. Dinner will be served at 6:30 pm. Presentations and entertainment will follow dinner. Tickets are $16.50 each and must be purchased by January 3rd. Mail your money with the driver's name and the name of each attendee to:


Brownstown Speedway
PO Box 53
Brownstown, IN 47220






FunFest Refund Information..

To receive a refund for Funfest -- Your wristbands from Funfest need to be mailed, along with a self addressed stamped envelope to:


Brownstown Speedway
PO Box 53
Brownstown, IN 47220


For those that paid a car entry fee, enclose a request with your wristbands that has the Drivers Name, Car Number and Class that they were registered for.


All request for refunds and entry fees must be received by November 11, 2014 to receive your money. Request after November 11th will not be honored. Camping pass will not be refunded.



Short, Gill and Mother Nature win First Night of Funfest..

Oct. 9, 2014 - The 19th Annual FunFest kicked off Thursday night with over 160 cars on the grounds. After two rounds of hot lap sessions for each class, the "Trick or Treat" races started. The winner of those races gets to choose cash or a starting spot on the pole for their feature event when it is run on either Friday or Saturday night.


The Non-wing Sprint cars were the first to race and Brady Short picked up the win. Brady chose to turn down $500 cash and start on the pole of his feature.


The Super Late Models were next with John Gill taking the win as the rain started to fall. John took the $500 cash for his "Trick or Treat" choice.


Mother Nature won out the rest of evening and forced the rest of the "Trick or Treat" races to be postponed until noon Friday.


FunFest will continue at noon Friday with the "Trick or Treat" races and then follow the normal schedule of events Friday evening.




Cody Mahoney is Bowman Pro Late Model Winner...
Bailey, Boknecht, Clark and Garrison Feature Winners...

Cody Mahoney

Sept 27, 2014 - The Bowman Pro Late Models visited Brownstown for the seventh time this season and Cody Mahoney claiming his 4th Brownstown feature win. Mahoney has won 5 out of the 9 Bowman Pro Late Model features ran in 2014


Mahoney was followed by Mark Barber, Brad Barrow, Steve Godsey, and Adam Bowman at the finish. Brad Barrow with 3 Bowman Pro Late Model victories, captured the 2014 championship for the series.


Jared Bailey picked up win number three on the year in the "Fast Max" Modifieds. Joe Godsey is the 2014 Modified track champion.


Matt Boknecht won in "Woolston Automotive" Super Stock action for the third week in-a-row and the fourth time this season. Tyler Cain claimed the Super Stock championship for 2014.


Troy Clark got his first victory in the Pure Stocks. Jim Ruddick is the Pure Stock track champion.


Greg Garrison recorded his 8th win in the Hornet division and became the 2014 "Drain Master" Hornet track champion.


Full Results.......     Winners Pics.......


Scott Bloomquist Wins Record Fifth Jackson 100...
Thomas and Boknecht Also Visit Victory Lane...

Brad Barrow

Sept 20, 2014 - Scott Bloomquist continued his hot streak this month by winning the 35th Annual Jackson 100 on Saturday Night at Brownstown Speedway. Bloomquist steered his Ole Smoky Moonshine, Andy Durham-powered, Sweet-Bloomquist car to victory lane in the Lucas Oil Late Model Dirt Series sanctioned event, earning a $20,000 pay day. Bloomquist took the lead for good on the 11th lap from Steve Francis and led the rest of the way for the victory.


Bloomquist was followed to the checkers by Don O'Neal, Chris Simpson, Mike Marlar, and Dale McDowell. Earl Pearson, Jr., Dennis Erb, Jr., Jonathan Davenport, Gregg Satterlee, and Steve Francis rounded out the top ten.


Ryan Thomas got the win in "Fast Max" Modifieds, recording his fifth win of the season at the track.


Matt Boknecht won in "Woolston Automotive" Super Stock action for the second week in-a-row. Boknecht has three Super Stock victories for 2014.


Don O'Neal received his induction into the Brownstown Speedway Hall of Fame.


Full Results.......     Winners Pics.......


Brad Barrow is Bowman 50 Winner...
Pardue, Garrison, and Dorsett also Winners ...

Sept 19, 2014 - Brad BarrowBrad Barrow made a last lap pass on Joe Godsey to claim the Bowman Pro Late Model's "Bowman 50" feature and take home the $2000 top spot.

Barrow, the current Bowman Pro Late Model point leader, now has three wins on the season.


Ronnie Pardue notched his second Brownstown Speedway feature in-a-row in the Pure Stock division after getting his first ever win last week.


Greg Garrison took the Hornet division feature win over Jacob Owens. Garrison has seven feature wins at Brownstown in the Hornets this year.


Drew Dorsett picked up a win in the MMSA Mini Sprint feature.


Matt Patus got the win in the "1st Time Winners" race.


Full Results.......     Winners Pics.......


Scott James Takes Jackson 100 Tune Up...
Gilpin, Boknecht, Pardue, and Mayer Winners ...

Sept 13, 2014 - Scott James Scott James "The Silver Shark" chomped down on the competition Saturday night taking home a victory in the Super Late Models.


A total of 36 Late Models took advantage of the last chance to compete prior to next week's $20,000 to win Jackson 100. James was followed to the checkers by Shelby Miles, John Gill, Chad Stapleton and Mark Barber.


Devin Gilpin continued winning in the "Fast Max" Modified division, registering his 9th season victory at Brownstown on the season.


Matt Boknecht in Woolston Automotive Super Stock action got his second win of 2014.


Ronnie Pardue became a Brownstown Speedway feature winner for the first time in his career, getting the Pure Stock feature win.


John Mayer Jr. picked up his second feature in-a-row in the Hornet division, recording his 3rd season win.


Full Results.......     Winners Pics.......


Hines, Gumm, Petro, Workman and Mayer
Hall of Fame Classic Feature Winners ...

Hall of Fame
Matt Boknecht, Phil Patton, Randy Petro, Terrence Johnson and John Davis were inducted into the Brownstown Speedway Hall of Fame.


Aug. 16, 2014 - Five new members of the Brownstown Speedway Hall of Fame were added Saturday night during the 10th Hall of Fame Classic. Randy Petro, Matt Boknecht, Terrence Johnson, John Davis and Phill Patton were inducted during the evening's ceremonies. The final member of this year's class, Don O'Neal, will be inducted in a ceremony during the Jackson 100.


The 10th annual Hall of Fame Classic racing action definitely didn't dissappoint a good crowd of fans in attendance. Jeremy Hines took the lead with four laps to go from Chad Stapleton as they battled through lapped traffic in a fast and furious Super Late Model feature and took home the feature win.


Hines registered his first ever Hall of Fame Classic win and his sixth Super Late Model season victory.


Rick Gumm took home his first 2014 win in "Fast Max" Modified action in another good feature event for the evening.


In Super Stock action, new Hall of Fame members Randy Petro and Matt Boknecht battled with Aaron Fields and Mike Fields in one of the best Super Stock races of the season. Petro took home the checkers for his 4th Brownstown win this year.


Chris Workman made it two-for-two in Pure Stocks getting his second feature win out of the last two races.


John Mayer Jr. picked up his second season win in the Hornet division.


Full Results.......     Winners Pics.......


Oneal, Gilpin, Workman, and Hamilton
Fan Appreciation Night Winners...

Aug. 02, 2014 - Marty OnealMarty Oneal has had a victory at Brownstown every year since 2010, in either a Super or Crate Late Model, and that streak stayed alive Saturday night as Oneal put his #19 Super Late Model in victory lane once again.


Oneal captured the feature win ahead of Jeremy Hines, Chad Stapleton, Gary Christian, Steve Barnett, Cody Mahoney, Shelby Miles, John Gill, Shannon Reed, and Justin Shaw.


Devin Gilpin was a winner again in "Fast Max" Modifieds. Gilpin has eight feature wins for the year, including the last three features in-a-row.


Chris Workman, currently second in Pure Stock points, won his first Pure Stock feature event at Brownstown for 2014.


Matt Hamilton visited the track in "Drain Master" Hornets for the first time this season and went home with his first ever Brownstown Speedway feature victory.


Full Results.......     Winners Pics.......


Hines Wins Paul Crockett Memorial
Gilpin, Cain and Ruddick Win Again ...

July 26, 2014 - Jeremy Hines Jeremy Hines started 14th on the field and powered his way to another Brownstown Super Late Model victory. Hines' victory in Jackson County Fair's final 2014 event, the 2nd Annual Paul Crockett Memorial, was his 5th victory of the season at Brownstown.


Hines finished ahead of Mark Barber, Brad Neat, Steve Barnett, and John Gill. Tanner English got the night started off in qualifying with a time of 13.928 seconds. Mark Barber, Tanner English and Brad Neat took heat race wins.


Devin Gilpin continued to dominate the "Fast Max" Modified division, getting his 7th season victory at Brownstown and recording his 27th overall victory for the year.


Tyler Cain got his 6th feature (3 out of the last 4) win at the track this year in Woolston Automotive Super Stock action.


Jim Ruddick picked up the Pure Stock feature win, his 5th season win, as intense lightning closed out the event.


Full Results.......     Winners Pics.......


Mahoney, Petro, Gilpin and Garrison are
"Thursday Thunder" Fair Race Winners ...

July 24, 2014 - Cody MahoneyHanover, Indiana's Cody Mahoney drove to his 4th Bowman Pro Late Model victory of the season, picking up the "Thursday Thunder" fair race at the Jackson County Fair. Thirty-eight Pro Late Models were on hand for the $1000 to win event.


Mahoney driving Adam Bowman's Pro Late Model finished ahead of Steve Barnett, Steve Godsey, Mark Barber and Jim Beeman.


Randy Petro of Columbus, Indiana picked up win #3 on the year at Brownstown Speedway in the "Woolston Automotive" Super Stock division.


No one claimed the "bounty" on Devin Gilpin, as Devin recorded his 6th win at Brownstown for 2014 holding off all thirty-one challengers in UMP "Fast Max" Modifieds. Nascar's Kenny Wallace was also on hand for the event and ran second to Gilpin in the heat race, but dropped out of the feature with mechanical issues.


Greg Garrison in "Drain Master" Hornet action captured a "Thursday Thunder" race victory. Garrison's win gives him 6 feature wins for the season at the track and makes him the winningest Hornet division driver of all time at Brownstown.



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2014 Point Standings

Super Late Models

1. Jeremy Hines #5H
2. Chad Stapleton #32
3. Steve Barnett #89
4. Marty Oneal #19
5. Justin Shaw #2
     

Super Stocks

1. Tyler Cain #5C
2. Aaron Fields #25
3. Matt Boknecht #22
4. Jamey Wilson #45
5. David Brewer #31
     

UMP Modifieds

1. Joe Godsey #14
2. Rick Gumm #113
3. Jared Bailey #24
4. Dennis Boknecht #22D
5. Chad Combs #09

Pro Late Models

1. Brad Barrow #3B
2. Cody Mahoney #7B    
3. Steve Godesy #14
4. Mark Barber #00
5. Mason Covey #44
 

Pure Stocks

1. Jim Ruddick #7M
2. Chris Workman #46
3. Roger Absher #2
4. Dusten Carr #36
5. Jason Basham #86
 

Hornets

1. Greg Garrison #2G
2. Jacob Owens #20
3. John Mayer Jr. #1
4. Austin Burton #10B  
5. Keegan Cox #23

Upcoming Events

 

2014 Race Banqut

Jan. 17, 2015

Pewter Hall - Brownstown

 

Doors open at 5:30 pm.

Dinner at 6:30 pm.

Presentations & entertainment following dinner.

Tickets are $16.50 per person and must be purchased by Jan 3rd.


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