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Final oval standings are out; Hardy grabs 2016 Shoq Wave Late Model crown

Lynn Hardy (4) and John Newhouse (46) speed down the back stretch of the AFCU Super Oval on Oct. 8

Lynn Hardy (4) and John Newhouse (46) speed down the back stretch of the AFCU Super Oval on Oct. 8

Racing veteran Lynn Hardy, a multiple-time Rocky Mountain Raceways oval champion, added an extra piece of hardware to his collection by winning RMR’s 2016 Shoq Wave Late Model title.
Hardy earned the distinction after finishing second at the RMR Oval Championships, Night 2 event, held Oct. 8 on the America First Credit Union Super Oval. By virtue of his efforts in that race, he finished atop the Shoq Wave Late Model point standings for the 2016 season.
Hardy went into the final race of the season with a slight lead over Jimmy Waters. After finishing as the top qualifier and a second-place showing in the heat race, Hardy put himself in excellent position going into the feature event, where he finished second behind John Newhouse.
Waters came across in third in the final race and second over all in the point standings.
In other action, Waters earned the 2016 University Federal Credit Union Sprint Car championship, 15 points ahead of second place finisher Kyle Bergener.
Jimmy Waters UFCU Winged Sprint Car hits the back stretch on Oct. 8.

Jimmy Waters UFCU Winged Sprint Car hits the back stretch on Oct. 8.

In the Oct. 8 UFCU Sprint Car feature, Waters held on for a second place finish behind Nick Pepe. That high finish gave Waters all the points he needed to take home yet another RMR oval racing championship.
Having earned points in five different classes, Waters once again secured an Iron Man championship with 2,683 total points.
Don Massie won the Crate Sprints class, followed by Tim Powell and Larry Smith.
Michael Daniels won the 2016 Midgets class championship, wrapping up the tightly-contested competition between himself and Chuck Groat. Daniels won the Oct. 8 event less than a second ahead of Groat.
Michael Daniels races his No. 87 Midget into Turn 3 of the AFCU Super Oval on Oct. 8.

Michael Daniels races his No. 87 Midget into Turn 3 of the AFCU Super Oval on Oct. 8.

In other action from Oct. 8, Jeramy White won the Sommer’s Auto Wrecking Hornet race, crossing ahead of Tyler Green and Brandon Sainsbury. The overall class championship went to Adam Warner, who finished fourth in the final race. Skylar Douglas was the point standings runner-up.
The 2016 Mini Stocks champion is Cortney Green, followed by Sami Lovendahl and Drew Crenshaw.
And in the Tucker Towing Double Decker race, the “Green Lantern” team took the checkered flag in the final race, ahead of “Jim n John Freaky Fast” and “Hard Water.” In final point standings show “Green Lantern” on top, followed by “Jim n John Freaky Fast” and Hit n Run.
RMR’s 20th anniversary season is now in the books. The action will heat up again in April and May of 2017.

Waters and his lucky charm take two checkered flags on AFCU Super Oval


Jimmy Waters’ No. 24 Late Model is taking the checkered flag.

WEST VALLEY CITY ‒ On a night when he hosted a young boy who is battling a rare genetic disorder, veteran racecar driver Jimmy Waters came away with two victories Saturday night at Rocky Mountain Raceways.


Travis Carpenter waves the checkered flag during Saturday’s RMR Oval Racing Series event.

Waters asked 9-year-old Travis Carpenter, who suffers from neurofibromatosis type 1, or simply NF1, to be his honorary crew chief for Saturday’s race.  Travis, a huge racing fan whose dream is to be a NASCAR crew chief, was only too happy to help Water’s team; and he must’ve been a good luck charm because Waters took the checkered flag in the Shoqwave Late Models competition as well as in the Maverik Modifieds race.

Waters went wire to wire in the 40-lap Modified race that proved to be one of the cleanest races this season.  There were no wrecks or slow downs of any kind, which seemed to help Waters, whose No. 24 car was on point and running smoothly.

Waters finished ahead Tyler Whetstone, who took second, and Michael Haddenham.


The Tucker Towing Double Decker “All Powell’d Up” on the track during Saturday’s event.

As for the Late Model race, Waters didn’t start on the pole, but instead took off from the No. 4 spot.  He began moving right away and soon worked his way to the lead, which is where he stayed.

Waters hit a top speed of nearly 89 miles per hour on the 3/8-mile America First Credit Union Super Oval.

Lynn Hardy took second in the Late Model competition and Eric Rhead came across third.

In other action Saturday, Adam Warner won the 10-lap Summer’s Auto Wrecking Hornets race. He crossed ahead of Jeremy White and Tyler Green.

The Mini Cup race featured 14 cars, but it was Skylar Sevey’s No. 84 car that took the checkered flag.  Kevin Neff earned second place and Levi Rider came across third.