YP advertisers receive higher placement in the default ordering of search results and may appear in sponsored listings on the top, side, or bottom of the search results page.ERICK RUDOLPH WINS THIRD GAMBLER’S CLASSIC THREE QUARTER (TQ) MIDGET IN ATLANTIC CITY’S BOARDWALK HALL, RYAN FLORES IS INDOOR AUTO RACING SERIES CHAMPION; CALE ROSS WINS RACE AND TITLE IN CHAMP KARTS, SLINGSHOT WIN TO GARY HIEBER AND TITLE TO DANNY BUCCAFUSCA ATLANTIC CITY, NJ January 29, 2017 . “He (Rudolph) made one little mistake there at the end and I was right there,” Zeiner said. The five lap TQ Midget Dash which set starting positions for the first nine was won by Rudolph.
He now has two straight victories to add to his prior five second place efforts. Flores had come into the PPL Center weekend having never won a LSMP Indoor feature. “I wasn't sure about it, to be honest,” said Rudolph of the outcome. The actual margin of victory, .012 seconds, was the closest margin for a race winner in the history of the Indoor Auto Racing Series. Y., staved off a furious last lap challenge off the final turn by Zane Zeiner of Bath, Pa., and won the NAPA Know How Racing Weekend Three Quarter (TQ) Midget Gambler's Classic 40-lap feature by a razor thin margin inside historic Boardwalk Hall on Saturday night. Chad Jones, Justin Bonsignore, Jonathan Reid, Brett Michalski and Matt Roselli rounded out the top ten.
Andy Jankowiak and Tim Buckwalter were fourth and fifth. “I would like to have done better in this race but winning the title was the goal and we achieved it.” Gary Hieber started up front and finished there to win the 25-lap Slingshot feature. Hieber outran Danny Buccafusca for the race win but in finishing second, Buccafusca won the Slingshot Indoor Auto Racing Series points championship. Three Quarter (TQ) Midget Feature Finish (40 Laps): 1. The Indoor Auto Racing Championship Series closes out at Atlantic City, NJ’s Boardwalk Hall January 27-28, 2017 with the 15th Annual NAPA Auto Parts Classic. “Someday soon, I am going to win one of these things.” Matt Janisch was a close third, Jimmy Blewett fourth and Mike Lichty, who was making his first Indoor Auto Racing Series start of the season, completed the top spots.