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Mason Teague, David Webster, Michael Dabney, Jr, notch twin wins at Houston Motorsports Park’s “Double Double NASCAR Night”

Houston, TX (August 18, 2014) – Texas racers know it’s tough to win a feature at Houston Motorsports Park and twice as difficult to win both features on a “Double Double NASCAR Night” at the 3/8-mile paved/concrete oval. But in spite of the odds, NASCAR American Muscle Car driver David Webster pulled of the feat this past Saturday as did NASCAR BWFS Coke Truck driver Mason and Legend hot-shoe Michael Dabney.

 

NASCAR American Muscle Car driver David Webster pulled off the clean sweep over an increasingly competitive AMCAR field in spite of the fact that HMP track owner and former Formula One driver Graham Baker crossed the finish line first in the second AMCAR feature.

Baker’s brand new NASCAR AMCAR Camaro was found to be a few pounds light during the post-race tech inspection and Webster was awarded the win.

 

Webster was driving the same Dale Sheen Camaro that propelled him to victory circle two weeks ago rather than his own AMCAR that has pretty much dominated the division over the past couple of seasons.

 

“In the first race (“Mitchell Motorsports 20”) I was pretty confident I would win until towards the end of the race when my carburetor started flooding and my own #31 car driven by Ed Nastasi was on my tail,” the England-born Webster said.

 

“The second race (“TFE Company 20”) I started at the back and had to work my way up to the front, passing my own #31 for second, the 45 year-old explained. “I finally got up to Graham Baker with about five laps to go and waited for him to make a mistake. But he didn’t, so I tried to pass him on the outside for the win. But he edged me out at the finish line by a few inches.”

 

“I was quite content to have a photo finish for second behind Mr. Baker, especially since Graham is a former Formula 1 driver and all around great race car driver,” Webster philosophized. “But unfortunately he was bumped in tech for being a little too light.”

 

NASCAR American Muscle Cars “Mitchell Motorsports 20” results

 

1. 6 David Webster 20 laps

2. 31 Ed Nastasi 20

3. 53 Roger Hellman 20

4. 07 Tommy Page, Jr 20

5. 28 Dale Demski 20

6. 1 Graham Baker 20

7. 8 Ed Thompson 20

8. 15 Zach Nesloney 19

9. 3 Bradley Hellman 19

10. 11 Mark Stevens 18

11. 02 John Cornish 17

 

NASCAR American Muscle Cars “TFE Company 20” results

 

1. 6 David Webster 20 laps

2. 31 Ed Nastasi 20

3. 53 Roger Hellman 20

4. 07 Tommy Page, Jr 20

5. 28 Dale Demski 20

6. 8 Ed Thompson 19

7. 3 Bradley Hellman 19

8. 15 Zach Nesloney 19

9. 1 Graham Baker 20 (DQ – too light)

 

 

Not to be outdone, Mason Teague, who has been on a tear in his white Kies Solutions NASCAR BWFS Coke Truck this season, simply out-drove and out-muscled the very tough competition in truck division in both the ”Coca-Cola 30” and the “BWFS Industries 30.”

 

“It felt great to be the first NASCAR BWFS Coke Truck to win both features on a double-feature night at HMP,” the 25 year-old from Buda, Texas, said. “There’s a lot of competition in the truck class and you never know what might happen. But our goal for the Kies Solutions team is to put the truck up front every weekend instead of looking at the points. We’re not chasing a championship. We just want to keep winning races and, like my dad says, where it falls, it falls.”

 

NASCAR BWFS Coke Trucks “Coca-Cola 30” results

 

1. 162 Mason Teague 30 laps

2. 58 Charles Evans, Jr 30

3. 13 David Webster 30

4. 16 Jake French 30

5. 50 Travis Benson 30

6. 06 Dale Sheen 30

7. 77 Cole Miller 29

8. 55 John Winne 29

9. 53 Mike Coursey 23

10. 15 Mark Lindley 23

11. 12 Justin Paul Steiner 10

 

NASCAR BWFS Coke Trucks “BWFS Industries 30” results

 

1. 162 Mason Teague 30 laps

2. 58 Charles Evans, Jr 30

3. 16 Jake French 30

4. 12 Justin Paul Steiner 30

5. 50 Travis Benson 30

6. 13 David Webster 30

7. 53 Mike Coursey 30

8. 06 Dale Sheen 30

9. 55 John Winne 30

10. 77 Cole Miller 10

 

Michael Dabney, Jr, has won every Legends race he as entered this season at HMP. And the streak continued Saturday as he made it look easy in winning both the “Harvey Racing 25” and the “B&R Industries 25.” Hunter Lewis did his best to put the pressure on Dabney, but in the end it was not enough.

 

The 25 year old Crandall, Texas, native credits his team for his success.

 

“Team work has been a big key to our success this year,” Dabney said. “We work day in and day out on making all of our cars at BAMF Motorsports the best they can possibly be. When we put our heads together and receive all the feedback from not only me, but from all of our other drivers it really helps us out as a whole.”

 

Legends “Harvey Racing 25” results

 

1. 50 Michael Dabney,Jr 26 laps

2. 7 Hunter Lewis 26

3. 27 Colin Lynch 26

4. 16 Coby Henslee 26

5. 800 Tyson Goudy 26

6. 81 Christopher Hogan 26

7. 66 Andrew Johnson 26

8. 96 Ethan McMillon 25

9. 308 DeWayne Irwin 25

10. 45 Curtis Irwin 25

11. 24 James Call 24

12. 63 Brad Harden 24

13. 95 David Harvey 22

14. 14 Roger Williams 22

15. 357 Matthew Barnard 0

16. 18 Cam Mitchell 0

17. 6 Jake Thomasson 0

18. 55 Blake Mixon 0

 

Legends “B&R Industries 25” results

 

1. 50 Michael Dabney, Jr 25 laps

2. 7 Hunter Lewis 25

3. 16 Coby Henslee 25

4. 357 Matthew Barnard 25

5. 66 Andrew Johnson 25

6. 96 Ethan McMillon 25

7. 308 DeWayne Irwin 25

8. 6 Jake Thomasson 25

9. 27 Colin Lynch 25

10. 45 Curtis Irwin 24

11. 24 James Call 23

12. 63 Brad Harden 22

13. 14 Roger Wiliams 22

14. 800 Tyson Goudy 19

15. 81 Christopher Hogan 2

16. 95 David Harvey 2

 

In the top-of-the-line NASCAR Fiesta Modifieds, up-and-coming driver Clayton Green and multi-time track champion Joe Aramendia split the twin 40-lap features with Aramendia holding off a determined Michael Kourkoubes in the “The World’s Supermarket 40” and Green beating point-leader Zach Knowles to the checkered in the “Fiesta Mart 40.”

 

NASCAR Fiesta Modifieds “Fiesta Mart 40” results

 

1. 54 Clayton Green 40 laps

2. 51 Zach Knowles 40

3. 72 Johnny Walker 40

4. 79 Joe Aramendia 40

5. 4 Michael Kourkoubes 40

6. 50 Brian Moczygemba 40

7. 03 Donny Kelley 40

8. 13 Ian Webster 40

9. 6 Wayne Wappes 39

10. 88 Larry Hughes 39

11. 33 Jason Morman 36

12. 18 DL Wilson 6

13. 32 Jason Otts 1

 

NASCAR Fiesta Modifieds “The World’s Supermarket 40” results

 

1. 79 Joe Aramendia 41 laps

2. 4 Michael Kourkoubes 41

3. 51 Zach Knowles 41

4. 50 Brian Mocygemba 41

5. 13 Ian Webster 41

6. 03 Donny Kelley 41

7. 33 Jason Morman 41

8. 88 Larry Hughes 40

9. 6 Wayne Wappes 40

10. 32 Jason Otts 40

11. 54 Clayton Green 39

12. 72 Johnny Walker 37

13. 5 Garrett Lancaster 37

14. 18 DL Wilson 0

 

Ian Webster, who is the older brother of David Webster, took the win in the first Eco Stock 15-lap feature over Daniel Bartholomew while Bartholomew reversed the results in the second feature.

 

Eco Stocks 1st Feature results

 

1. 13 Ian Webster 15 laps

2. 27 Daniel Bartholomew 15

3. 1 Chris House 15

4. 8 Kit Leslie 15

5. 717 Taylor Harris 15

6. 21 Shannon Hubbs 15

7. 37 Bedie Sonnier 15

8. 22 Mitch Lindley 15

9. 137 Dave Barton 15

10. 7 Stephen Dalton 14

11. 51 Jeff Lenick 14

12. 73 David King 14

13. 93 Kayla King 6

14. 281 Benson Binford 5

15. 127 Shaun House 3

16 86 Nicholas Pawlikowski 15 (DQ for illegal rims)

 

Eco Stocks 2nd Feature results

 

1. 27 Daniel Bartholomew 15 laps

2. 13 Ian Webster 15

3. 717 Taylor Harris 15

4. 86 Nicholas Pawlikowski 15

5. 7 Stephen Dalton 15

6. 137 Dave Barton 15

7. 1 Chris House 15

8. 37 Bedie Sonnier 15

9. 8 Kit Leslie 15

10. 21 Shannon Hubbs 15

11. 51 Jeff Lenick 15

12. 93 Kayla King 14

13. 22 Mitch Lindley 9

14. 127 Shaun House 1

 

Dalton Arnold was able to hold of Kaden Honeycutt in the “TFE Company 15,” but finished second to fast-improving Vinnie Aramendia in the “Harvey Racing 15.”

 

Bandolero “TFE Company 15” results

 

1. 1 Dalton Arnold 15 laps

2. 10 Kaden Honeycutt 15

3. 84 Levi Dubeau 15

4. 79 Vinnie Aramendia 15

5. 48 Gabbie Dubeau 15

6. 14 JD Legg 15

7. 7 Zoey Barker 15

8. 72 AJ Hicks 14

9. 6 Ethan Barker 14

10. 62 Devon Hicks 14

11. 24 Jon Fernandez 11

12. 05 Mark Offutt 7

 

Bandolero “Harvey Racing 15” results

 

1. 10 Kaden Honeycutt, 15 laps

2. 79 Vinnie Aramendia 15

3. 84 Levi Dubeau 15

4. 24 Jon Fernandez 15

5. 48 Gabbie Dubeau 15

6. 14 JD Legg 15

7. 1 Dalton Arnold 15

8. 05 Mark Offutt 15

9. 7 Zoey Barker 15

10. 62 Devon Hicks 15

11. Ethan Barker 14

12. 72 AJ Hicks 14

 

The “Fiesta Spectacular” is up next on August 30, 2014, at the “Palace of Power” with $5 adult admission tickets available only at Houston area Fiesta Mart stores. As always, children 12 or younger are admitted without charge.

 

Houston Motorsports Park is located at 11620 North Lake Houston Parkway in Northeast Houston.

The HMP email address is events@houstonmotorsportspark.com. The HMP information hotline is 281-458-1972.

 

For more information about Houston Motorsports Park and the upcoming “Double Double Night” visit www.houstonmotorsportspark.com or look us up on Facebook at facebook.com/houstonracing.

 

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