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Not without another subsidy which ain't gonna' happen since Essential AIr Service is no longer a justification when you have an airline operating already.
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If we were able to get an airline that goes to Chicago along with cape air that goes to St. Louis, we'd easily hit the mark. I wonder if any companies that fly out of midway in Chicago would do some kind of flight to Quincy.
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I'm not endorsing the idea, just explaining how I read it. It seemed pretty clear from your comment about requiring enplanements that you didn't understand what he was saying.
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2 years, 3 months ago by Jack Walbring

 

Mark Burgtorf, Michael Long, Abe Huls, Tony Dunker, Jake Powers and Pat “Skippy” Dunker all took feature event wins at Quincy Raceways on Sunday July 29 during Summy Tire and AutoCenter and Mark Twain Casino Fan Appreciation Night at the Races.

 Dustin Griffin jumped into the early lead of the thirty lap UMP Late Model main event from his outside row one starting spot and held Mark Burgtorf at bay for the first eleven circuits but Burgtorf slipped past on lap twelve to take over the top spot. Griffin then faded back with Jerry Lierly powering his way into the second position on lap fifteen and proceeded to slowly reel in Burgtorf getting as close as a car length but as the laps wound down he faded back to a little over two seconds behind Burgtorf and the checkered flag. Following Lierly in third was Billy Genenbacher in third, Justin Reed in fourth and Robbie Warner in fifth. Griffin and Jim Moon were the heat race winners with Burgtorf scoring the checkered flag in the Summy Tire and Auto Center Dash.

 Jared Schlipman took the early lead in the Miller Lite UMP Modified main event but an error in turn four on the sixth lap gave Michael Long all he needed to slide into the top spot. Long then managed to weather several caution periods to score his third feature win of the weekend with Steven DeLonjay in second, Schlipman in third, Craig Spegal in fourth and Russ Coultas in fifth. Schlipman, Long and Jake Griffin were the heat race winners.

 Abe Huls took yet another IMCA Stock Car main event win over Michael Larsen in second, Terry Houston in third, Jerry Jansen in fourth and Darin  Weisinger in fifth. Larsen scored the heat race checkers.

 Joe Bliven look like he had the Summy Tire and Auto Center IMCA Northern SportMod feature event win in the bag but when he slipped up during the final corner going to the checkered flag, Tony Dunker was able to capitalize and grab the win away. Bliven settled for second followed by Rick Barlow in third, Tanner Klingele in fourth and Brad Holtmeyer in fifth. Bobby Anders and Dunker were the heat race winners. Jack Evans, Richie Uppinghouse, Cullen Thompson and Charles VanZandt got the $50 bonuses paid by Dunker Concrete.

 Jake Powers took the win in a wild and crazy Quincy Hobby Stock main event as only three drivers were able to finish the race at the checkered flag. Jamie Bevill scored second followed by Justin Bartz in third, Justin Bevill in fourth and Brandon Symmonds in fifth. Powers and Tanner Klingele took the heat race wins.

 Pat Dunker was not going to let his brother Tony have all the fun for the race night as he scored his first ever IMCA Sport Compact feature event win. Dunker led for laps three through eight but Robert Thompson Jr. got past for the lead on lap nine but as the white flag was given on lap eleven, Thompson had problems giving the lead and the feature event win back to Dunker. The second spot went to Austen Becerra followed by Kimberly Abbott in third, Casey Lambert in fourth and Jason Stucker in fifth. Bercerra and Abbott were the heat race winners.

 Coming up next at Quincy Raceways on Sunday August 5 will be Miller Lite Mississippi Belle Distributing Night at the Races. Pit Gates open at 3:30, Grandstands at 5:00, Drivers Registration ends at 5:30, Hot Laps at 5:45 and Racing at 6:30pm. Adults are $10, Seniors $7, Students 11-15 are $5 and Kids 10 and Under are Free as always at Quincy Raceways.

 

Quincy Raceways Results

 

UMP Super Late Models 7/29/2012

A-Main:1. Mark Burgtorf (Quincy, il), 2. Jerry Lierly (Camp Point, IL), 3. Billy Genenbacher (Camp Point, IL), 4. Justin Reed (Collinsville, Il.), 5. Robby Warner (Quincy, IL), 6. Ron Elbe (Augusta, IL), 7. Clint Kirkham (Camden, IL), 8. Jim Moon (Mount Auburn, IL), 9. Jake Griffin (Quincy, IL), 10. Jason Perry (Payson, IL), 11. Dustin Griffin (Camp Point, IL), 12. Kevin Tomlinson (New London, MO), 13. Denny Woodworth (Mendon, IL), 14. Terry Wilson (Bowling Green, MO), 15. Michael Long (Quincy, IL),

Dash:1. Mark Burgtorf (Quincy, il), 2. Dustin Griffin (Camp Point, IL), 3. Jason Perry (Payson, IL), 4. Jim Moon (Mount Auburn, IL), 5. Clint Kirkham (Camden, IL), 6. Michael Long (Quincy, IL),

Heat 1:1. Dustin Griffin (Camp Point, IL), 2. Mark Burgtorf (Quincy, il), 3. Clint Kirkham (Camden, IL), 4. Justin Reed (Collinsville, Il.), 5. Robby Warner (Quincy, IL), 6. Billy Genenbacher (Camp Point, IL), 7. Jake Griffin (Quincy, IL), 8. Ron Elbe (Augusta, IL),

Heat 2:1. Jim Moon (Mount Auburn, IL), 2. Jason Perry (Payson, IL), 3. Michael Long (Quincy, IL), 4. Jerry Lierly (Camp Point, IL), 5. Denny Woodworth (Mendon, IL), 6. Kevin Tomlinson (New London, MO), 7. Terry Wilson (Bowling Green, MO),

 

UMP Modifieds 7/29/2012

A-Main:1. Michael Long (Quincy, IL), 2. Steven DeLonjay (Quincy, IL), 3. Jared Schlipman (Mendon, IL), 4. Craig Spegal (New London, MO), 5. Russ Coultas (Bluffs, IL), 6. Robbie Reed (Mexico, Mo), 7. Frankie Wellman (Quincy, IL), 8. Jim Roach (Saint Patrick, MO), 9. Todd Reed (Quincy, Il), 10. DannyLake (New London, MO), 11. David Wietholder (Liberty, IL), 12. Matt Pepmeyer (Macomb, IL), 13. Patrick Phillips (Macomb, IL), 14. Michael Fox (Jacksonville, Il), 15. James Leffew (Quincy, IL), 16. Jake Griffin (Quincy, IL), 17. Robert Thompson (Colchester, IL), 18. Shawn Deering (Quincy, IL),

Heat 1:1. Jared Schlipman (Mendon, IL), 2. DannyLake (New London, MO), 3. Matt Pepmeyer (Macomb, IL), 4. Russ Coultas (Bluffs, IL), 5. Shawn Deering (Quincy, IL), 6. Jim Roach (Saint Patrick, MO),

Heat 2:1. Michael Long (Quincy, IL), 2. Steven DeLonjay (Quincy, IL), 3. David Wietholder (Liberty, IL), 4. Robbie Reed (Mexico, Mo), 5. James Leffew (Quincy, IL), 6. Patrick Phillips (Macomb, IL),

Heat 3:1. Jake Griffin (Quincy, IL), 2. Craig Spegal (New London, MO), 3. Frankie Wellman (Quincy, IL), 4. Robert Thompson (Colchester, IL), 5. Todd Reed (Quincy, Il), 6. Michael Fox (Jacksonville, Il),

 

IMCA Stock Cars 7/29/2012

Feature:1. Abe Huls (Carthage, IL), 2. Michael Larsen (Hannibal, MO), 3. Terry Houston (Mt. Sterling, IL), 4. Jerry Jansen (Plainville, IL), 5. Darin Weisinger (Mendon, IL), 6. Gabe Harrison (Warsaw, IL), 7. Jim Powell (Hannibal, MO),

Heat:1. Michael Larsen (Hannibal, MO), 2. Abe Huls (Carthage, IL), 3. Jerry Jansen (Plainville, IL), 4. Darin Weisinger (Mendon, IL), 5. Terry Houston (Mt. Sterling, IL), 6. Gabe Harrison (Warsaw, IL), 7. Jim Powell (Hannibal, MO),

 

IMCA Northern SportMods 7/29/2012

Feature:1. Tony Dunker (Quincy, IL), 2. Michael Bliven (Quincy, IL), 3. Rick Barlow Jr (Montrose, IA), 4. Tanner Klingele (Quincy, Il), 5. Bradley Holtmeyer (Quincy, IL), 6. Jack Evans (Keokuk, IA), 7. Richie Uppinghouse (Payson, il), 8. Cullen Thompson (Herman, MO), 9. Chandler Owens (Golden, IL), 10. Bobby Anders (Quincy, IL), 11. Charles VanZandt (Camp Point, il), 12. Taylor Lear (Quincy, il),

Heat 1:1. Bobby Anders (Quincy, IL), 2. Michael Bliven (Quincy, IL), 3. Rick Barlow Jr (Montrose, IA), 4. Jack Evans (Keokuk, IA), 5. Cullen Thompson (Herman, MO), 6. Charles VanZandt (Camp Point, il),

Heat 2:1. Tony Dunker (Quincy, IL), 2. Tanner Klingele (Quincy, Il), 3. Bradley Holtmeyer (Quincy, IL), 4. Richie Uppinghouse (Payson, il), 5. Taylor Lear (Quincy, il), 6. Chandler Owens (Golden, IL),

 

Hobby Stocks 7/29/2012

A-Main:1. Jake Powers (Plainville, IL), 2. Jaime Bevill (Bethel, MO), 3. Justin Bartz (Quincy, IL), 4. Justin Bevill (Bethel, MO), 5. Brandon Symmonds (Keokuk, IA), 6. Brian Hoener (Golden, IL), 7. Nathan Hayes (Quincy, Il), 8. Jim Brown (Hannibal, MO), 9. Jeff DeLonjay (Quincy, IL), 10. Jeremy Buss (Fowler, Il), 11. Nathan Anders (Quincy, IL), 12. Tanner Klingele (Quincy, Il),

Hobby Stock Heat 1:1. Jake Powers (Plainville, IL), 2. Jeff DeLonjay (Quincy, IL), 3. Brandon Symmonds (Keokuk, IA), 4. Brian Hoener (Golden, IL), 5. Jim Brown (Hannibal, MO), 6. Nathan Anders (Quincy, IL),

Hobby Stock Heat 2:1. Tanner Klingele (Quincy, Il), 2. Jeremy Buss (Fowler, Il), 3. Nathan Hayes (Quincy, Il), 4. Justin Bevill (Bethel, MO), 5. Jaime Bevill (Bethel, MO), 6. Justin Bartz (Quincy, IL),

 

IMCA Sport Compact 7/29/2012

Feature:1. Pat Dunker (Ursa, IL), 2. Austen Bercerra (Carthage, IL), 3. Kimberly Abbott (Camp Point, IL), 4. Casey Lambert (Carthage, il), 5. Jason Stucker (Arenzville, IL), 6. Mike Hornung Jr (Keokuk, IA), 7. Seith Woodruff (Carthage, IL), 8. Chuck Fullenkamp (Fort Madison, IA), 9. Bucky Gallaher (Hannibal, mo), 10. Laine VanZandt (Camp Point, IL), 11. Kelsy Paisley (Rushville, IL), 12. Robert Thompson (Colchester, il), 13. Craig Bangert (Golden, IL), 14. William Michel (Farmington, Ia), 15. Bryce Baker (QUINCY, IL), 16. Alex Baker (QUINCY, IL), 17. Brandon Lambert (Carthage, IL),

Heat 1:1. Kimberly Abbott (Camp Point, IL), 2. Pat Dunker (Ursa, IL), 3. William Michel (Farmington, Ia), 4. Jason Stucker (Arenzville, IL), 5. Chuck Fullenkamp (Fort Madison, IA), 6. Brandon Lambert (Carthage, IL), 7. Laine VanZandt (Camp Point, IL), 8. Kelsy Paisley (Rushville, IL), 9. Bucky Gallaher (Hannibal, mo),

Heat 2:1. Austen Bercerra (Carthage, IL), 2. Craig Bangert (Golden, IL), 3. Robert Thompson (Colchester, il), 4. Bryce Baker (QUINCY, IL), 5. Casey Lambert (Carthage, il), 6. Mike Hornung Jr (Keokuk, IA), 7. Alex Baker (QUINCY, IL), 8. Seith Woodruff (Carthage, IL),

 


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