Two separate events last week at Brownstown Speedway produced eight different winners at the quarter-mile dirt oval.

Racing veteran Billy Moyer scored his fourth Hoosier Dirt Classic victory on Wednesday night after passing Grayson, Kentucky’s Jackie Boggs in the closing laps of the forty lap UMP DIRTcar Summer Nationals main event.

Boggs, making his second career start at Brownstown, slipped up with three laps to go, allowing Moyer to make the winning move.

“The sea parted there for me,” Moyer said. “Our cars were pretty well equal. I don’t know what happened there, but it all worked out good for us.”

Moyer, of Batesville, Arkansas, now has 819 career feature wins to his illustrious career.

Cody Mahoney was runner up to Moyer in his Seymour-based Bowman Motorsports entry.

“The car was real good,” Mahoney said. “This was our first night out on it. We’ll keep working on that; I feel like we’ve got something to work with to get a lot better.”

Devin Gilpin scored his fifth win of the season in the UMP DIRTcar Summer Nationals modifieds portion of the show.

Seymour’s Jamey Wilson also was victorious, scoring his third win of the season in the Woolston Automotive super stocks division.

Saturday night, the speedway hosted the Don Russ Memorial for the Pewter Hall pure stocks division.

The $1,000-to-win event served as the pure stocks special.

Seymour’s Jason Combs took home the prize money, making it his third win in a row at Brownstown.

Comb’s bested 34 competitors to take the win over Derek Clegg, Kevin Applegate, Austin Burton, Jim Ruddick and Jeremy Huebner.

Marty O’Neal claimed his third straight win in the P3 Graphix Indiana Pro Late Model Series.

Steven Godsey, Justin Shaw, Chad Stapleton and Issac Rainey rounded out the top five finishers.

Matt Boknecht, of Seymour, extended his points lead in the Print Worx UMP modifieds division after scoring his second win of the season.

Boknecht was followed to the checkers by Jacoby Hines, Richie Lex, John Clippinger and Brandon Reed.

Brownstown’s Jason Hehman scored his first victory of 2017 in the Woolston Automotive super stocks division, besting Vallonia’s Tim Schumpe.

Josh Divine, Greg Garrison, and Aubrey Eagin completed the top five.

Donnie Modesty remains undefeated in hornets competition at Brownstown after claiming his second win of the season.

Modesty, of Seymour, finished ahead of Greg Oneill, Chad Taylor, Brian Mitchell and Daniel Hobbs.

On June 24th, the MSCS Sprint Cars will be on hand along with ILMS, pure stocks, UMRA King of the TQs and Racesaver sprints.

The No Way Out 40 and UMRA King of the TQs features also will run. These events were postponed earlier this season due to rain.

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