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    Wayes Takes First ULTRA4 Win at MetalCloak Stampede


    [​IMG]PRAIRIE CITY SVRA, CA – June 12th, 2014: Thousands of fans weathered the triple digit heat last weekend at the MetalCloak Stampede to watch one of the most exciting ULTRA4 races to date. The main event saw two former and the current King of The Hammers each take a turn at leading throughout the 45 minute race. That is until the final lap, when Tom Wayes worked his way from a rear start to claim the checkered flag, and his first ULTRA4 win.

    Wayes had the fastest qualifying lap on Friday morning, however after suffering mechanical issues, he was unable to race in Friday afternoon’s prelim races. The top 3 drivers from prelims moved directly to the main event on Saturday afternoon. Nitto Tire driver Loren Healy won the fastest prelim heat which put him on the pole for the main event with Shannon Campbell starting beside him.

    Campbell and Healy, both two-time Kings, wasted no time establishing their dominance when

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    the green flag dropped. Campbell took the early lead with Healy close on his heels and 2009 King and Nitto Tire driver, Jason Scherer chasing them down for 3rd. The 3 Kings held the top 3 spots for the first half of the race. A full course yellow mid-race brought all the drivers back together and Campbell looked to take the lead again. Unfortunately Campbell bicycled in a tight turn and hit a k-rail while returning to the course, causing a mechanical failure. Healy then took the lead with Scherer close behind. Scherer overtook Healy until the last lap when Scherer succumbed to mechanical issues. All the while, Wayes was working his way up from the back of the pack. In the final lap, it was Healy and Wayes battling for the checkered flag with both drivers setting blisteringly fast lap times. In the final two laps, Wayes posted the two fastest lap times of the entire weekend propelling him into the lead to take his first ULTRA4 checkered flag.

    In addition to the 4400 class, Saturday’s racing also featured the 4500 Rubicon Express Modified Class, the 4600 Pro Comp Stock Class, the Legends Class and UTVs. Jordan Townsend, a recent East Coast transplant, dominated the 4500 race with Gerald Lee racing for John Currie taking 2nd and Jimmy Jack claiming 3rd. In the 4600 stock race, Ben Varozza claimed the top spot followed by Bret Scheiding and Bailey Cole. Jessi Combs followed up her win in the Smittybilt Every Man Challenge race with another win in the 4800 legends class after doing battle with Jim Brown in both the prelims and the main event, with Dave Schneider taking 3rd. In the UTV sportsman class, Phil Cagliero dominated with Mel Wade IV claiming 2nd and Brian Hogue in 3rd.

    The next ULTRA4 event will be the 2nd race in the 4WD Hardware Eastern Regional Series which will feature the ULTRA4s at Badlands in Attica, IN on June 26th and 27th. The next Trail-Gear Western regional event will be the 4th annual Glen Helen Grand Prix in San Bernardino July 11th and 12th.



    Results listed below:



    ULTRA4 – 4400 Class
    * = KOH 2015 Qualified​


    POS​

    First Last Car # # of Laps

    1​

    TOM WAYES
    321​


    16​


    2​

    LOREN HEALY
    67​


    16​


    3​

    JAKE HALLENBECK
    4775​


    16​


    4​

    NICK NELSON *1
    4404​


    16​


    5​

    RICK MOONEYHAM
    554​


    16​


    6​

    BRENDEN THOMPSON *2
    5150​


    16​


    7​

    JEFF RUSSELL *3
    4427​


    16​


    8​

    JASON BLANTON *4
    966​


    16​


    9​

    WAYLAND CAMPBELL
    3​


    16​


    10​

    JON CAGLIERO *5
    27​


    16​


    11​

    JT STEPHENS
    4454​


    16​


    12​

    JASON SCHERER *6
    76​


    16​


    13​

    ANDREW MCLAUGHLIN
    4493​


    15​


    14​

    JP GOMEZ *7
    4482​


    15​


    15​

    KEVIN YODER *8
    4434​


    15​


    16​

    DARREN HENKE *9
    4441​


    11​


    17​

    SHANNON CAMPBELL
    5​


    10​


    18​

    MIKE BOU *10
    54​


    8​


    19​

    ALEX HARDAWAY
    4481​


    7​


    20​

    SCOTT FOLEY
    75​


    7​


    21​

    DAVE BOVICH
    4450​


    7​


    22​

    JAKE YEOMAN
    1977​


    7​


    23​

    LEVI SHIRLEY
    81​


    7​


    24​

    GARY FERRAVANTI JR
    64​


    5​


    25​

    PAUL HORSCHEL
    19​


    2​


    Rubicon Express Modified Class – 4500​


    POS​

    First Last Car # # of Laps

    1​

    JORDAN TOWNSEND
    4580​


    10​


    2​

    JOHN CURRIE
    88​


    10​


    3​

    JIMMY JACK
    63​


    10​


    4​

    KEITH ULINGER
    4554​


    9​


    5​

    MORGAN DERODEFF
    4518​


    7​


    6​

    MIKE BEDWELL
    4540​


    6​


    7​

    DOUG FALONI
    713​


    6​


    8​

    JUSTIN HALL
    13​


    4​


    9​

    SHAWN RANTS
    4531​


    2​


    Pro Comp Stock Class – 4600​


    POS​

    First Last Car # # of Laps

    1​

    BEN VAROZZA
    4612​


    9​


    2​

    BRET SCHEIDING
    4621​


    9​


    3​

    BAILEY COLE
    4654​


    8​


    4​

    MEL WADE III
    4651​


    7​


    5​

    SEAN MCNAMARA
    4696​


    5​


    6​

    KEVIN ADLER
    4602​


    1​




    Legends Class – 4800​


    POS​


    First​


    Last​


    Car #​


    # of Laps​


    1​

    JESSI COMBS
    11​


    4703​


    2​

    JIM BROWN
    11​


    104​


    3​

    DAVE SCHNEIDER
    10​


    4471​


    4​

    RICHARD FENTON
    8​


    4852​


    5​

    ROSS GLAVE
    6​


    4802​


    6​

    MAKINZIE ALAVAZO
    5​


    4829​




    UTV Sportsman Class​


    POS​


    First​


    Last​


    Car #​


    # of Laps​


    1​

    PHILLIP CAGLIERO
    10​


    21​


    2​

    MELVIN EUGENE WADE IV
    8​


    1951​


    3​

    BRIAN HOGUE
    8​


    1915​


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