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2014 Current Point Standings

Po.

Driver

Points

1

HANSEN, Chase

281

2

BEECH, Bert

273

3

YEAGER, Justen

237

4

WORDELMAN, Bryan

236

5

DELP, Casey

217

6

HALE, Michael

216

7

DONNELLY, Jake

215

8

STUBBINGS, Mickey

200

9

DENNEY, Heath*

195

10

CLARK, Chris

193

11

UNGARO, Brian

181

12

PAYNE, Reed

167

13

FIERRO, Rick

166

14

SMITH, Kelly

153

15

BELEC, Eddie

152

16

YOST, Mike

148

17

BAISCH, Don

142

18

HUNTER, Jeff

142

19

MOSER, Ron

110

20

WALDEMAR, Dan

106

ATOMIC WEEKEND IS FINAL WEEKEND TO QUALIFY FOR WWMT ALL-STAR

ATOMIC CITY, Idaho (August 16, 2014)- By: Hansen Web-Design– The EQ IMCA Wild West Modified Tour races at the Atomic Motor Raceway in Atomic City, Idaho on Friday and Saturday, August 22 & 23, 2014 are the final two races to clinch a spot in the 50-lap WWMT All-Star Race presented by Hansen Web-Design which is held at the Sweetwater Speedway in Rock Springs, Wyoming on September 12 & 13, 2014.

The feature winners at Atomic Motor Raceway will clinch a spot in the WWMT All-Star Race presented by Hansen Web-Design, as well as the 2014 WWMT Rookie of the Year points leader as of August 23, 2014.

The race format is similar to last seasons WWMT All-Star Race. Qualifying will be Friday night at Sweetwater Speedway for those that have not clinched a spot in the WWMT All-Star Race presented by Hansen Web-Design. That race will be lined up by series points as of August 23, 2014. Drivers that have no points will start in the back of that race and will draw a pill for starting position.

The drivers that are already locked into the race will run a Pole Dash on Friday night to determine their starting spot for the 50-lapper on Saturday. They also will draw a pill for starting position. Drivers that are locked into the race but is NOT registered with the series will start in the back of the Pole Dash. They also will draw a pill for starting position.

The 50-lapper will be two 25 lap segments. There will be a competition caution on lap 25. The field will stop on the front stretch for fuel ONLY. There will also be an invert, One lucky race fan will draw how many positions will be inverted. The options include. 1-6, 1-8, 1-10, 1-12, or 1-14. The drivers will then draw their re-starting spots after the option is drawn. The field will then complete the final 25 laps.

Lap sponsors will also be sold during the WWMT All-Star Race presented by Hansen Web-Design as well as both EQ IMCA Wild West Modified Tour features on Friday and Saturday.

A Golf Tournament will also be held on Saturday morning at White Mountain Golf Course which is just North of the Sweetwater Speedway.

Tee times start at 8 a.m. $98 a team ($24.50 a person) Format is a 4 person scramble. For more information call Robbie Wilson at 307-371-0003.

The schedule of events, sponsors, & purse structure will also be announced. For more information about the EQ IMCA Wild West Modified Tour, go to www.wildwestmodifiedtour.com

Drivers that have clinched spots in the WWMT All-Star Race presented by Hansen Web-Design.
Bert BEECH- 2014 WWMT Feature Winner (Ely)
Casey DELP- 2014 WWMT Feature Winner (Vernal)
Jake DONNELLY- 2014 WWMT Feature Winner (Delta)
Chase HANSEN- Former WWMT All-Star Race Winner (2012 & 2013)
Jeff HUNTER- 2014 WWMT All-Star Race Fan Vote Winner
Justen YEAGER.- Former Series Champion (2009, 2011, & 2012)

Drivers that have clinched spots in the WWMT All-Star Race presented by Hansen Web-Design. But is NOT registered with the WWMT in 2014.
Ricky ALVARADO- Former Series Champion (2007, 2008, & 2013)
Jeep BERRY- Former WWMT Top 20 Showdown Winner (2007)
Zane DEVILBISS- Former Series Champion (2010)
Travis METZ- Former WWMT All-Star Race Winner (2009)
Cory SAMPLE- Former WWMT Top 20 Showdown Winner (2011)

Past WWMT All-Star Race winners
2013- Chase Hansen
2012- Chase Hansen
2011- Zane DeVilbiss
2010- Justen Yeager
2009- Travis Metz

BEECH GETS FIRST WIN, HANSEN SCORES AGAIN IN EQ WWMT IN ELY!



ELY, Nevada (July 25 & 26, 2014)-
By: IMCA.com– Bert Beech started 35 EQ Cylinder Heads Wild West Tour features before getting his first win Friday at Great Basin Raceway.

The next night at Ely, Chase Hansen got his second IMCA Xtreme Motor Sports Modified series vic­tory in three starts after going without a win in his first 92 tour outings.

Both features paid $1,000 and put Beech and Hansen on the ballot for the 2015 Fast Shafts All-Star Invitational.

Beech took the initial green from third on opening night and chased front row starters Don Baisch and Rick Fierro early on.

Timely cautions minimized the time those three spent running with slower traffic. Beech took the lead on lap 13 following a restart and led the last 17 circuits, holding off Dan Fitzgerald for the checkers.

“We’ve been chasing the tour the last four or five years and I’ve led some laps but never the most im­portant one, so this was a really special win,” said Beech. “The fans there in Ely are awesome. We hung out with them and the other drivers at the track after the race. It was a good time.”

Bryan Wordelman, Chris Clark and Fierro completed the top five. Baisch saw his strong run end with mechanical woes.

Hansen got the opportunity to hone his victory lane interview skills after starting sixth in Saturday’s 30-lapper.

He was quickly up to third, then snuck around Baisch and Fierro when the front-running pair got together on lap 20.

Beech pressured but Hansen was faster in the turns and won by a car length. Fierro, Wordelman and Fitzgerald were third, fourth and fifth, respectively.

“We made some pretty drastic setup changes from Friday,” said Hansen, who had finished sixth on opening night. “The track stayed pretty heavy but I finally got the car to turn for me.”

Feature Results

July 25 – 1. Bert Beech; 2. Dan Fitzgerald; 3. Bryan Wordelman; 4. Chris Clark; 5. Rick Fierro; 6. Chase Hansen; 7. Dan Waldemar; 8. Heath Denney; 9. Mickey Stubbings; 10. Reed Payne; 11. Mike Yost; 12. Don Baisch; 13. Bill Butcher.

Heat winners were Beech and Wordelman.

July 26 – 1. Hansen; 2. Beech; 3. Fierro; 4. Wordelman; 5. Fitzgerald; 6. Waldemar; 7. Yost; 8. Clark; 9. Stubbings; 10. Baisch; 11. Denney; 12. Payne.

Heat winners were Baisch and Fierro.

DELP, HANSEN EARN FIRST EQ WILD WEST TOUR FEATURE WINS



VERNAL, Utah (June 27 & 28, 2014)-
By: IMCA.com– Two veterans of the EQ Cylinder Heads Wild West Tour made long-awaited stops in victory lane when the series for IMCA Xtreme Motor Sports Modifieds visited Diamond Mountain Speedway.

Casey Delp won his first tour feature on Friday at Vernal. Chase Hansen accomplished the same feat on Saturday, also earning $1,000 and joining Delp as a new candidate on the Fast Shafts All-Star Invitational ballot.

Point leader Justen Yeager came into the series weekend with a three-race winning streak and ran second both nights.

Michael Hale, Jake Donnelly and Eddie Belec completed Friday’s top five. Belec,
Jeff Hunter and Bert Beech ended third, fourth and fifth, respectively, on Saturday.

Delp counted three runner-up showings in 36 career Wild West Tour starts coming into the weekend. He started sixth in Friday’s 30-lapper, took the lead from Hale on the 14th circuit and held off three-time series champion Yeager for the checkers.

Yeager peeked inside as the front pair ran in lapped traffic the final four circuits.

“I went checkers or wreckers going into turn three on the last lap,” Delp said. “I knew Justen was right there and I wasn’t going to give it to him that easily.”

“This win has been a long time coming. We’ve always been right there so it was due time. I’m pretty happy,” added Delp, who has yet to finish outside the top seven in six WWMT starts this year. “This 2011 Victory still has a little speed in it. It’s the most consistent car I’ve ever had.”

Hansen is the iron man of the Wild West Tour. He’s entered all 93 series events, qualified for 81 of the features and had half a dozen second-place finishes before racing to career win number one.

After swapping the lead early on with Belec, he moved to a higher line and led all the way to the night two checkers

“It was a huge relief to finally win. It’s been a long time to finally get it,” Hansen admitted, “and it gives us a lot more confidence that we can win again.”

The next EQ Cylinder Heads Wild West Tour doubleheader is Friday and Saturday, July 25 and 26 at Great Basin Raceway in Ely, Nev.

Feature Results

June 27 – 1. Casey Delp; 2. Justen Yeager; 3. Michael Hale; 4. Jake Donnelly; 5. Eddie Belec; 6. Chase Hansen; 7. Brian Ungaro; 8. Rick Fierro; 9. Bert Beech; 10. Jeff Hunter; 11. Zane DeVilbiss; 12. Kelly Smith; 13. Bryan Wordelman; 14. Reed Payne; 15. Ron Moser; 16. Chris Clark; 17. Heath Denney; 18. Mike Yost; 19. Mickey Stubbings; 20. Kevin Wright.

Heat winners were Delp, Hunter, Beech and Yeager.

June 28 – 1. Hansen; 2. Yeager; 3. Belec; 4. Hunter; 5. Beech; 6. Delp; 7. Hale; 8. Ungaro; 9. Donnelly; 10. Wordelman; 11. Wright; 12. Clark; 13. Payne; 14. Moser; 15. Smith; 16. Yost; 17. Denny; 18. Stubbings; 19. Dylan Hatch; 20. Fierro.

Heat winners were Yeager, Hunter, Hansen and Belec.

2014 WWMT ALL-STAR RACE TO BE AT SWEETWATER SPEEDWAY!

MYTON, Utah (June 14, 2014)- By: Hansen Web-Design– The 2014 WWMT All-Star Race is set to be held at the Sweetwater Speedway in Rock Springs, Wyoming on September 12 and 13, 2014 during the series finale. Qualifying will be held Friday night after all features are ran and the WWMT All-Star Race will be Saturday night after all scheduled events are complete.

Fifty laps will be the distance on Saturday right after the thirty lap WWMT feature. The field will stop halfway on lap twenty-five for fuel and the crews will have fifteen minutes to adjust anything on the car. During the intermission at halfway, positions 6, 8, 10, 12, or 14 will redraw for their restarting position for the final twenty-five laps of the event.

The drivers that are not locked into the race on Saturday will run the WWMT All-Star Race Last Chance Showdown on Friday night after the WWMT feature. The event will be twenty laps and we will transfer the amount of drivers to fill the twenty-four car field on Saturday.

The 2014 WWMT All-Star Race Fan Voting will start July 1st and will end July 19th. The second segment will begin July 21st and will end August 1st. Drivers that are registered with the series will be eligible.

Drivers that are locked into the race include, Ricky Alvarado, Jeep Berry, Zane DeVilbiss, Jake Donnelly, Chase Hansen, Travis Metz, Cory Sample, & Justen Yeager. The drivers that are registered with the series will run a pole dash, the drivers that are locked in and that is not registered will start behind the drivers that finish in the pole dash. They will draw for position.

The 2014 WWMT Rookie of the Year, 2014 WWMT Feature Winners, and the WWMT All-Star Race Fan Vote Winner will also be locked into the race.

Past winners of the event include.
2013- Chase Hansen
2012- Chase Hansen
2011- Zane DeVilbiss
2010- Justen Yeager
2009- Travis Metz

The payout schedule of the race will be posted later.

THE 2014 WWMT BEST LOOKING MODIFIED CONTEST IS SET!

MYTON, Utah (June 14, 2014)- By: Hansen Web-Design– The EQ IMCA Wild West Modified Tour is now taking contestants for the 2014 WWMT Best Looking Modified Contest. The deadline to enter is September 30th.

Voting for the winner will begin October 1, 2014 and will consist of multiple segments. Amount of segments will depend on entries.

To enter the 2014 WWMT Best Looking Modified Contest, send us a photo of your car, with your name, & with the company that did your graphics to wildwestmodifiedtour@hotmail.com

Zane DeVilbiss of Farmington, New Mexico and Five1Seven Designs of Whitney, Texas was last years WWMT Best Looking Modified Contest champions.

YEAGER SWEEPS THE WEEKEND AT SWEETWATER SPEEDWAY!



ROCK SPRINGS, Wyoming (May 30 & 31, 2014)-
By: IMCA.com – He’s always been consistent, but it’s been a while since Justen Yeager put together an EQ Cylinder Heads Wild West Tour winning streak.

He’s hoping the current trend continues.

Yeager swept IMCA Xtreme Motor Sports Modified series events at Sweetwater Speedway, earning $1,000 for each of his Friday, May 30 and Saturday, May 31 victories.

“It’s always good to win at home,” said the three-time tour champion, who took the opening night checkers ahead of Eddie Belec and Jeremy Frenier, then topped the Saturday show ahead of Belec and Jeff Hunter. “It was nice to have those Colorado guys come up here. They’re all really good drivers and it’s fun to race with them.”

After starting 12th on Friday, Yeager used higher and lower lines to catch up with Jeremy Frenier. He moved to the middle groove to pass for the lead on the ninth of 30 circuits.

“You could race every inch of that track,” said Yeager, pressured by Belec and Frenier while the three ran with lapped traffic late in the contest.

Better luck with the draw put him inside row two for the initial start on Saturday. Yeager caught Bert Beech for the lead on the second lap.

He found himself eyeball to eyeball with Hunter following a restart with six to go, then pulled ahead to win by three car lengths.

“The track was awesome again,” he said. “You could race all over that thing.”

Yeager also won three straight series races in 2008 and 2009. He last won both weekend events at the same track in 2011 during a successful visit to Fairgrounds Speedway.

Casey Delp and Hunter completed Friday’s top five. David Karst was fourth and Delp ran fifth on Saturday.

Already on the Fast Shafts All-Star Invitational ballot, Yeager was the hard charger on Friday. Those honors went Saturday to Tim Dower, who finished 10th after starting 23rd.

Next on the EQ Cylinder Heads Wild West Tour schedule is the June 27-28 doubleheader at Diamond Mountain Speedway in Vernal, Utah.

Feature Results

May 30 – 1. Justen Yeager; 2. Eddie Belec; 3. Jeremy Frenier; 4. Casey Delp; 5. Jeff Hunter; 6. Kevin Wright; 7. Jake Donnelly; 8. Bert Beech; 9. Michael Hale; 10. Chase Hansen; 11. Jesse Taylor; 12. Brian Ungaro; 13. David Karst; 14. Greg Gustus; 15. Kelly Smith; 16. Mickey Stubbings; 17. Butch Vernon; 18. Heath Denney; 19. Charles Kersey; 20. Bryan Wordelman; 21. Mike Yost; 22. Ronnie Roy; 23. Dan Waldemar; 24. Jim Shoemaker.

Heat winners were Delp, Frenier, Karst and Yeager. Hunter won the “B” feature.

May 31 – 1. Yeager; 2. Belec; 3. Hunter; 4. Karst; 5. Delp; 6. Hale; 7. Donnelly; 8. Frenier; 9. Hansen; 10. Tim Dower; 11. Gustus; 12. Ungaro; 13. Taylor; 14. George Ashby; 15. Don Robertson; 16. Beech; 17. Kersey; 18. Rick Fierro; 19. Kelly Smith; 20. Ghery Smith; 21. Stubbings; 22. Dan Waldemar; 23. Wright; 24. Don Baisch.

Heat winners were Baisch, Belec, Yeager and Taylor. “B” feature winners were Donnelly and Fierro.

DONNELLY WINS FIRST, YEAGER WINS FIFTEENTH WWMT FEATURE AT MCR!



DELTA, Utah (May 2 & 3, 2014)-
By: IMCA.com – A first-time winner and a regular visitor to victory lane prevailed when the EQ Cylinder Heads Wild West Tour opened at Millard County Raceway.

Jake Donnelly regained the lead from Justen Yeager and took the IMCA Xtreme Motor Sports Modified checkers for his career first tour triumph on Friday.

Yeager, a three-time series champion, battled Casey Delp and Randy Artz en route to the front, then captured his 15th career WWMT win ahead of Michael Hale on Saturday.

Both 30-lap features paid $1,000 to win. Donnelly is new to the Fast Shafts All-Star Invitational ballot while Yeager was already vote eligible.

The high line took Donnelly to the front twice. He used the top to pass Bryan Wordelman for the lead on the first lap, then built up a big lead before becoming mired in lapped traffic.

Yeager caught up and passed Donnelly before the pair came up on a lapped car late in the race. Yeager went low while Donnelly found better grip higher up on the oval and shot back ahead.

He beat Yeager to the stripe by a couple car lengths. Hale, Wordelman and Bert Beech com­pleted the top five.

“We’ve been following the tour for five years. This has been a long time coming,” said Donnelly. “I thought we’d probably win one this year but I was surprised to win on opening night.”

“It was a great weekend. We couldn’t have asked for more,” he added. “Everything worked out perfectly for us.”

“Jake had the fast car. He earned it,” said Yeager. “It was a good race and I was glad to see him win.”

Donnelly’s victory came in his 33rd career series start. His best finish prior to Friday had been se­cond, last July at Diamond Mountain Speedway.

Yeager picked up IMCA career win number 131 on Saturday.

He’d started eighth and worked his way up to duel with Delp and Artz. Delp’s pass for the lead was negated by caution before Yeager made his move to the front following a restart with nine circuits left.

Another yellow waved with four to go. Hale tried to contend but ran out of laps and settled for se­cond. Donnelly, Artz and Brian Ungaro finished third through fifth, respectively.

“We had an awesome track on Saturday,” said Yeager, much impressed with the new banking. “It was just a great, great track to race on.”

The tour is at Sweetwater Speedway in Rock Springs, Wyo., for Friday and Saturday, May 30 and 31 shows.

Feature Results

May 2 – 1. Jake Donnelly; 2. Justen Yeager; 3. Michael Hale; 4. Bryan Wordelman; 5. Bert Beech; 6. Chase Hansen; 7. Casey Delp; 8. Randy Artz; 9. Gavin Payne; 10. Ron Moser; 11. Tye Cook; 12. Don Baisch; 13. Mark Murray; 14. Chris Clark; 15. Mickey Stubbings; 16. Heath Den­ney; 17. Shawn Maxfield; 18. Stetson Dickinson; 19. Reed Payne; 20. Reece Artz; 21. Brian Un­garo; 22. Kelly Smith; 23. Troy McElroy; 24. Bill Butcher.

Heat winners were Delp, Hansen and Wordelman.

May 3 – 1. Yeager; 2. Hale; 3. Donnelly; 4. Artz; 5. Ungaro; 6. Delp; 7. McElroy; 8. Hansen; 9. Beech; 10. Smith; 11. Reed Payne; 12. Wordelman; 13. Clark; 14. Reese Artz; 15. Moser; 16. Murray; 17. Dickinson; 18. Cook; 19. Baisch; 20. Maxfield; 21. Stubbings; 22. Denney.

Heat winners were Beech, Hale and Yeager.

ENGINE BUILDER OF THE YEAR CHALLENGE HAS BEEN SET!

MYTON, Utah (December 10, 2013)- By: Hansen Web-Design – In 2014, the EQ IMCA Wild West Modified Tour will have a Engine Builder of the Year challenge. The engine builder with the highest points at the end of the season will be crowned the 2014 WWMT Engine Builder of the Year. For more information, CLICK HERE

THE 2014 WILD WEST MODIFIED TOUR SCHEDULE HAS BEEN RELEASED!

MYTON, Utah (December 10, 2013)- By: Hansen Web-Design – The 2014 season schedule for the Wild West Modified Tour has been released. The series consists of six two day shows at five different tracks in four different states. The series will kickoff at the Millard County Raceway in Delta, Utah on May 2 & 3, 2014. Below is the full schedule.

May 2 & 3 – Millard County Raceway (Delta, Utah)
May 30 & 31 – Sweetwater Speedway (Rock Springs, Wyoming)
June 27 & 28 – Diamond Mountain Speedway (Vernal, Utah)
July 25 & 26 – Great Basin Raceway (Ely, Nevada)
August 22 & 23 – Atomic Motor Raceway (Atomic City, Idaho)
September 12 & 13 – Sweetwater Speedway (Rock Springs, Wyoming)*

*WWMT All-Star Race will be September 12 & 13 at the Sweetwater Speedway in Rock Springs, Wyoming.

The schedule is tentative until all contracts are signed.

THANKS TO OUR 2014 SERIES SPONSORS AND PARTNERS

MYTON, Utah (December 10, 2013)- By: Hansen Web-Design – EQ Cylinder Heads out of Las Vegas, Nevada has signed on for another season with the Wild West Modified Tour for the eighth consecutive season. Thanks to Engine Quest for their support! Below is a list of all of our great 2014 sponsors. Thanks for jumping on board.

EQ Cylinder Heads; Las Vegas, NV.
Jet Lift Systems; Myton, UT.
Pawn Shop Trade & Loan; Idaho Falls, ID.
R&R Propane; Roosevelt, UT.
Signs n Lines; Roosevelt, UT.
Basin Transmission & Engine; Vernal, UT.
Hansen Web-Design; Myton, UT.
Hansen's Custom Lazer Marking; Myton, UT.

Contact us if you are interested in helping out the EQ IMCA Wild West Modified Tour.

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