Category Archives: Whiskey Run Street Stock Series

Leinen Doubles, Haney Wins Championship

The OnPitRoad.com Legends Series raced at Oxford Plains Speedway in Maine last night and Mitch Leinen started on pole, led all 60 laps and scored his 7th win on the season. Ronald Henrie and Matt Hoose finished 2nd and 3rd. Leinen leads the championship points battle followed by Brian Young, Lowell Jewell, Keith Haney, and Hoose, with 4 races remaining. The series visits Langley Speedway next Saturday night.

Leinen Wins Oxford Plains

Leinen Wins Oxford Plains

The Whiskey Run Street Stock Series ran its season finale last night at Langley. Keith Haney started the race 11th with a 4 point lead over Lowell Jewell in the championship standings. He worked his way through the field and finished 3rd, one spot ahead of Jewell, to clinch the Championship by 6 points. Leinen scored the victory followed by Brian Neff, Haney, Jewell, and Young.

The Grid

The Grid

Jewell Chasing Haney

Jewell Chasing Haney

Close Racing

Close Racing

Applying Pressure

Applying Pressure

Leinen In Victory Lane

Leinen In Victory Lane

Our Whiskey Run Street Stock Series Champion Keith Haney

Our Whiskey Run Street Stock Series Champion Keith Haney


Henrie and Leinen Win Lanier

The OnPitRoad.com Crooked Still Legends Series started the evening with 60 laps around Lanier National Speedway. 21 races qualified for the event. Matt Hoose started on the pole and led 34 laps before giving up the lead to Ronald Henrie who led the final 26 and took the win. Mitch Leinen finished 2nd followed by Ricky Brinkman, Anthony Bunch, and Travis Ellington.

The Grid @ Lanier

The Grid @ Lanier

Ronald Henrie Wins

Ronald Henrie Wins

Leinen leads the championship point standings followed by Brian Young and Lowell Jewell with 5 races remaining in the season. Next up is Oxford Plains!

The Whiskey Run Street Stock Series took to the track next with Brian Neff starting on pole due to the field inversion rule. The race saw 3 lead changes among 4 drivers. Leinen took the win followed by Keith Haney, Brian Neff, Ronald Henrie, and Brad Spidle.

Jewell To The Garage

Jewell To The Garage

Win #6 For Leinen

Win #6 For Leinen

Lowell Jewell was knocked out of the championship points lead by a couple of incidents. He falls to 2nd with Keith Haney taking over the top spot. Spidle is 3rd followed by Leinen and Brian Young. Only 16 points separate the top 5 with just 1 race remaining! The series visits Langley Speedway next Saturday night!


Leinen To The Top

Mitch Leinen takes over the championship points lead after winning this weeks OnPitRoad.com Crooked Still Legends Series race at Bristol Motor Speedway. Jason Willet finished 2nd followed by Keith Haney in 3rd. Brian Young is 2nd in the points, just 4 back. Lowell Jewell falls to 3rd after finishing last in the race due to connection problems.

Leinen Wins Bristol

Leinen Wins Bristol

The Whiskey Run Street Stock Series ran it’s 8th race of the season at Richmond International Raceway last night and Mitch Leinen once again takes the win. Matt Hoose made a surprise visit to the series and finished 2nd followed by Brad Spidle in 3rd. Lowell Jewell holds onto the point lead with a 5th place finish. Keith Haney is 2nd followed by Spidle, Leinen and Brian Young. Only 18 points separate the top 5 with 2 races remaining in the season.

Leinen Wins Richmond

Leinen Wins Richmond

Next week both series’ race at Lanier National Speedway. The Mountain Dew National Series will also be at Lanier for it’s 3rd and final test heading into it’s opening round on April 26th.


Leinen Takes Two

Mitch Leinen has once again swept the night at BRL!

The OnPitRoad.com Crooked Still Legends Series kicked off the night at Daytona. Daytona? Yes. The “short road course” configuration. And did it ever seem long… Leinen started on pole and led all of the 30 laps while the rest of us went sight seeing in different areas of the speedway! Christopher Hensley and Dylan Roe finished 2nd and 3rd. The Championship point standings have tightened up this week; Lowell Jewell still holds the top spot but is now tied with Brian Young. Two points back in 3rd is Leinen. Next week the series visits Bristol Motor Speedway, where it’s harder to get lost….

Leinen Wins Daytona

Leinen Wins Daytona

Daytona Nightlife

Daytona Nightlife

The Whiskey Run Street Stock Series was back to full throttle at South Boston Speedway this week. The finishing order from Concord was inverted to set the grid and Ricky Brinkman started on pole. Five lead changes among 3 drivers and 3 cautions later, Leinen takes the win. Brian Neff and Ricky Brinkman finished 2nd and 3rd. Fifteen points separate the top 4 in the Championship Standings. Lowell Jewell remains in the lead followed by Keith Haney and Brad Spidle. The series heads to Richmond International Raceway next weekend!

Whiskey Grid

Whiskey Grid

Leinen Wins

Leinen Wins

Oh, and there was a test race earlier in the evening for the upcoming Mountain Dew National Series. Care to guess who won? Yep, Mitch Leinen…. 🙂

Mountain Dew National Testing

Mountain Dew National Testing


K. Haney Wins @ Concord Speedway

The field inversion from the last race results put Ricky Brinkman on pole position in the Whiskey Run Street Stock Series event at Concord Speedway. Starting 2nd was Matt Hoose followed by Kenney Morris in 3rd.

Hoose In Charge

Hoose In Charge

Street Stocks at Concord

Street Stocks at Concord

Hoose led 13 laps before finding trouble and giving way to Mitch Leinen and Keith Haney. Leinen led 17 laps to Haney’s 19. Haney takes the checkers and logs his 2nd win on the season. Leinen finished 2nd and Brian Neff came home 3rd.

K Haney Wins

K Haney Wins

Points leader Lowell Jewell finished where he started in 4th place and holds onto the championship lead by just 10 points over 2nd place Haney. Brian Young is just 3 points back in 3rd place. The series is off next weekend and will return on February 22nd for more short track action at South Boston Speedway in Virginia.


Feb. 1st Races Cancelled

Both of tonight’s races have been cancelled. iRacing is down.

Neither race will be rescheduled.

Hopefully iRacing can solve their problems and we can go racing next Saturday. Both series’ will be at Concord Speedway.

See you all then! I hope!


Leinen Doubles Up, Again

Mitch Leinen ruled the evening at USA International Speedway last night winning both the OnPitRoad.com Crooked Still Legends Series and the Whiskey Run Street Stock Series races.

In Legends, Leinen took the pole and the win, followed by Matt Hoose and Huston Hamer. The championship point standings find Matt Hoose leading the way followed by Lowell Jewell and Brian Young. The series heads to Limerock Park next Saturday night.

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In Street Stocks, we saw another caution filled race. Leinen led 26 of the 50 laps and took the win followed by “Club Brian;” Brian Lewis, Brian Neff, and Brian Young. Lowell Jewell holds onto the points lead followed by Brian Young and Keith Haney. The series visits The Rock next Saturday, also known as Rockingham Speedway in North Carolina.

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Haney Wins Highly Competitive Street Stock Event At Thompson

By Roger Holtsclaw
onpitroad.com

Thompson, CT-Jan 11, 2014

The Bootleg Racing League (BRL) Whiskey Run Street Stock Series traveled to Thompson International Speedway for race No. 2 of the 2014A season. Eighteen cars would attempt the challenging 5/8’s mile oval. Starting lineup is determined by inverting the finishing order from the previous week’s event.

The inversion process placed Ryan Nuss on the pole in his No. 13 Iowa Hawkeyes Camaro. Joining him on the front row was Roger Holtsclaw in the No. 2 Sunoco Camaro. James Haney, Jason Willet, and Brad Spidle rounded out the top five starting spots.

The caution flew quickly as the No. 05 of Kenney Morris made contact of the No. 56 David Schaeffer in turn one of lap one. The incident also collected the No. 75 of Ronald Henrie. At the time the yellow fell outside pole-sitter, Holtsclaw, had taken the lead from Nuss.

The restart came on lap seven with Holtsclaw quickly jumping out to a five car length lead. The No. 76 of Jason Willet was able to follow Holtsclaw through and get around Nuss for second taking the No. 10 of Brad Spidle with him.

The next incident came when the No. 55 of James Haney appeared to lose brakes on the entry of turn three driving into the rear of Nuss, sending them both into the outside retaining wall. Nuss had to hit pit road under green to make repairs.

The field appeared to have settled down to begin some good racing. Willet was beginning to put pressure on Holtsclaw for the lead when the caution fell again for Haney who entered turn one too hot and collected the No. 19 of Jay Hollingsworth. The No. 3 of Brian Lewis spun to miss the wreck. Lowell Jewell and Brian Young also received slight damage, but continued without repairs.

On lap sixteen the No. 87 of Keith Haney made his way to the front taking Willet and Spidle with him. Tight battles could be found throughout the field. While running seventh, Morris was leading a pack of ten cars that were battling and swapping positions in every corner.

The No. 21 of Matt Hoose methodically worked his way through the field finding himself in side-by-side battles with every car he encountered.

The Thompson Speedway was a perfect fit for the heavy, ill-handling street stocks. Two and three-wide battles for position were commonplace throughout the field.

In the closing stages of the race, Haney and Willet managed to gain a slight advantage over third place, Jewell, who found himself locked in a fierce battle with Hoose for third spot. As the race came to an end, Hoose found himself one-half car length ahead of Jewell capping an impressive run from the rear of the field.

Haney, who led 35 laps, secured the victory over second place, Willet, with Hoose third, Jewell fourth, and Henrie rounding out the top five.

The Whiskey Run Street Stock series now travels to Stafford Speedway on January 18th for race No. 3 of the season. Due to the inversion rule, James Haney and Susan Rarick will take the green from the front row at next week’s event.


Haney Wins Street Stock Race

Newcomer Keith Haney started 6th and took the win after leading 35 of the 50 laps. Jason Willet, Matt Hoose, Lowell Jewell, and Ronald Henrie rounded out the top 5. Hoose and Jewell are tied atop the point standings with Haney in 3rd. The Whiskey Run Street Stock Series heads for Stafford Springs, CT. next Saturday night.

Keith Haney Wins

Keith Haney Wins


Leinen Wins Iowa Speedway

Mitch Leinen takes the win in what turned out to be a caution filled season opener at Iowa Speedway last night. Leinen made an impressive run from his 16th place starting position. Chris Halliday finished 2nd followed by Lowell Jewell, Matt Hoose, and Michael Holloway. David Schaeffer led 11 laps before electrical problems took him out at the half-way point. The Whiskey Run Street Stock Series heads for Thompson International Speedway next Saturday night.

Lienen Wins Iowa

Lienen Wins Iowa