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Seth Moody Marches Back on Kids Night at Berlin Raceway
Seth Moody in Victory Lane with Pro Super Stocks Photo by Tom Devette

Seth Moody Marches Back on Kids Night at Berlin Raceway

The Party started outside the gates with bounce houses, airbrush tatoos and more fun on Kids Night at The New Berlin Raceway and Entertainment Complex. It was all about the kids, and the Friends of Casa and Miranda from WOODTV-8 and WOTV-4 helped gets things under way for the 4-in-1 Show! In Fact, Miranda jumped into the Berlin Raceway Ride-of-a lifetime two seat racecar and took the ride of her life!

Seth Moody in Victory Lane with Pro Super Stocks Photo by Tom Devette

Seth Moody in Victory Lane with Pro Super Stocks
Photo by Tom Devette

The Engine Pro Super Stocks were in action on Saturday and featured fantastic side-by-side racing for the lead for the majority of the event, and Seth Moody, after a scuffle a couple of weeks back that ended on the back of the hook, recovered nicely to bag his first feature win of the season in the Engine Pro Super Stocks.

Defending Track Champion Billy Shotko with the Win in Modifieds!  Photo by Tom Devette

Defending Track Champion Billy Shotko with the Win in Modifieds!
Photo by Tom Devette

The Model Coverall Modifieds returned to action with division rookie Ben Welch starting out front. Welch was looking to bag his 2nd win of the season, and appeared to be on his way, but late race cautions bunched the field up and on the final restart, defending track champion Billy Shotko was able to get in front of Welch and go on to the win once again in the Model Coverall Modifieds.

Terry Byrne with his first checked of the season in the VROA Modifieds at Berlin Raceway Photo by Tom Devette

Terry Byrne with his first checked of the season in the VROA Modifieds at Berlin Raceway
Photo by Tom Devette

The Napa Filters VROA Modifieds featured some of the tightest, cleanest and best 3-wide racing we’ve seen at Berlin all season. Several lead changes occurred throughout the night with great battles up front, and Terry Byrne slowing but surely worked his way up and was able to jump to the lead in the final portions of the race and grab his first feature win of the season!

Tom Thomas lead the 2nd half of the race in Super Late Models and wins! Photo by Tom  Devette

Tom Thomas lead the 2nd half of the race in Super Late Models and wins!
Photo by Tom Devette

The Boyne Machine Super Late Models were the final race of the night featuring a 60 lap event. Ross Meeuwsen set fast time again in his #99 over a field of 18 cars. An early caution near the front of the field slowed things with everyone avoiding the spinning Lee Vandyk. 30 laps later again Vandyk would find himself around in turn #4 causing a traffic jam and crashd Eliminating Joe Bush, fast time Meeuwsen and Ada’s Barry Hartwell. During the red flag for cleanup, race leader Tim Devos pitted for a flat tire, handing the lead to Tom Thomas, who lead the remainder of the evening and picked up the checkered flag!

Complete race results are available at the results page.

COMING UP AT BERLIN RACEWAY:

June 14th is the Father’s Day Spectacular featuring $1 Beer and $1 Hot Dogs, spectator drags, the Outlaw late models and classic car show and more!

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For general questions, please call the Berlin Raceway track office at 616-677-5000 on Monday – Friday from 9am – 5pm weekly.

About Mike Neff

Mike Neff
What is it that Mike Neff doesn’t do? The writer, radio contributor and racetrack announcer coordinates the site’s local short track coverage, hitting up Saturday Night Specials across the country while tracking the sport’s future racing stars. The writer for our signature Sprint Cup post-race column, Thinkin’ Out Loud (Mondays) also sits down with Cup crew chiefs to talk shop every Thursday with Tech Talk. Mike works as track announcer for Millbridge Speedway and East Lincoln Speedway, local bullrings based outside of Charlotte, and pops up everywhere from Athlon Sports to SIRIUS XM Radio.