" Coleman Pressley Wins Calico Coatings Fall Brawl
presented by Calico Coatings"

Other Winners:
Paramount Auto Group Limited Late Model - Michael Bumgarner, Street - Gary Ledbetter , Carolina Pro Late Models - Caden Kvapil

November 12 th , 2022

The 2022 Hickory Motor Speedway racing season would come to a power packed close on Saturday with the running of the Calico Coatings Fall Brawl presented by All American Roofing and Restoration.

Leading off the night's festivities would be the Heritage Finance Street Stocks for their 30 lap feature. Jesse Clark in the #5 would pace qualifying and start from the top spot with Cody DeMarmels in the #12 starting to his outside. Gary Ledbetter in the #32 and Landon Huffman in the #00 would make up row two. The green flag would see Jesse Clark, DeMarmels, and Ledbetter look to go three wide on the backstretch, but a spin by Garth Clark in the #4 would bring out the early caution. Clark and DeMarmels would bring the field back to the restart. Clark would pull to the lead with DeMarmels facing a challenge from Ledbetter. Ledbetter would make the pass on DeMarmels and look to catch the leader. Lap 6 would see Ledbetter make the pass for the lead with DeMarmels challenging Clark for second. DeMarmels would make the pass and begin to chase down the leader. Clark would move back around DeMarmels for second on lap 15 in his bid to take back to the top spot. Ledbetter would prove too strong as he would drive on to take the win. Clark would finish 2nd with DeMarmels taking 3rd. Huffman would grab 4th and Marshall Sutton in the #64 would come home in 5th in his first race of 2022 after a year filled with serious health challenges.

The Paramount Auto Group Limited Late Models would roll off next for their 100 laps of Fall Brawl action. 2022 Hickory Motor Speedway Track Champion Michael Bumgarner in the #97 would start from the point position with Ross ‘Boo Boo' Dalton in the #1 starting to his outside. Bryce Applegate in the #5 and Clint Fields in the #16 would make up row two for the green flag. Bumgarner would nose ahead as he completed lap 1 with Dalton close behind. Mark Johnson in the #13 would move to fourth around Fields on lap 8. The caution would fly on lap 13 as the #51 of Allen Huffman would have an engine let go. The restart would see Bumgarner and Dalton door to door. Bumgarner would move back to the lead with Dalton in his tracks. Johnson would look to get around Applegate on the high side, but after several laps he would settle in behind him for fourth. Lap 20 would see the caution fly as Chris Huffman in the #51 would spin in turn three. Bumgarner and Dalton would pace the field back to the green flag. Bumgarner would pull back to the top spot once again. Tristan McKee in the #7 would move to fourth around Johnson on lap 29. The caution would fly once again on lap 31 with a two car incident in turn one involving Graham Hollar in the #25 and Bub Haney in the #28. The restart would see Bumgarner and Dalton bring the field back to the green flag. Bumgarner would move to the lead with Dalton close behind. McKee would move around Applegate to third. The halfway point would see Bumgarner, Dalton, McKee, Applegate, and Brandon Lynn in the #17 as the top five. Lap 55 would see Lynn move to fourth and drop Applegate back to fifth. Lynn would pull to the pits on lap 80 with engine issues, ending a strong run through the field. Bumgarner would drive on to take the win. Dalton would finish 2nd and McKee would grab 3rd. Applegate would take 4th and William Aldred in the #9 would come home with a top five in 5th.

The NASCAR Advance Auto Parts Late Models would hit the track next for their 200 lap Calico Coatings Fall Brawl presented by All American Roofing and Restoration heavyweight title match. Doug Barnes in the #88 would top the qualifying charts and start from the pole position with Katie Hettinger in the #71 to his outside. Taylor Satterfield in the #40 and Charlie Watson in the #6 would make up row two for the start. Doug Barnes would jump to the early lead with Hettinger stuck on the outside to face a challenge from Satterfield. Satterfield would take second while Hettinger would face another challenge from Watson. Watson would take the third position with Hettinger settling in close behind in fourth. Lap 19 would see CE Falk in the #40 bring out the caution as his car would go up in smoke. Doug Barnes and Satterfield would bring the field back to the restart. Doug Barnes would move to the lead with Watson hot on his tail after moving around Satterfield. Watson would make the pass for the top spot moving around Barnes on lap 29. Mitch Walker in the #15 would make his way in to the top three after moving around Satterfield. Lap 34 would see the caution fly as the #1 of Trent Barnes would spin. Watson and Satterfield would bring the field back to the green flag. Watson would jump to the lead as Walker would challenge Doug Barnes for second. The battle would rage for several laps, however Doug Barnes would hold the position. The caution would fly on lap 55 as Walker would spin coming out of turn four. The restart would see Watson and Doug Barnes bring the field to the restart. Watson would pull to the lead with Doug Barnes close behind. Satterfield would face a challenge for third from the #77 of Connor Hall. Hall would take the third position and move Satterfield back to fourth. The caution would fly on lap 78 as a three car incident involving Walker, Chase Dixon in the #07, and Tyler Gregory in the #77 would slow the field. Watson and Doug Barnes would again be door to door for the restart. The caution would quickly fly again with fluid dropped in turns one and two. The cleanup would take the field to the halfway point and see the top five would be Watson, Doug Barnes, Hall, Satterfield, and Connor Zilisch in the #28. Six through ten would see Jaden Reyna in the #5, Dylon Wilson in the #4, Coleman Pressley in the #59, Hettinger, and Zack Clifton in the #81. After the ten minute halfway break, Watson and Barnes would lead the field for the second half of the Calico Coatings Fall Brawl presented by All American Roofing and Restoration. Doug Barnes would use the high groove to make the pass for the top spot, but Watson would continue to pressure for the lead. The caution would fly on lap 105 as Wilson would spin in turn two. Doug Barnes and Watson would bring the field back to the green flag. After several door to door laps Doug Barnes would nose ahead of Watson for the top spot. Hall would move by Watson for second on lap 115. Hall would look under Doug Barnes for the lead as the caution would fly on lap 117 for a wreck in turn two involving Zilisch and the #6 of third generation racer, Clark Houston. Doug Barnes and Hall would lead the field to the green flag. Watson would face a multi-faceted facing challenges from Satterfield, Reyna, and Pressley. Hall would move to the lead, with Doug Barnes being pressured for second. Watson and Pressley would duel side by side for several laps for the fourth spot. Watson would move around Satterfield for third with Pressley looking to do the same for fourth. The caution would fly on lap 155 as Clifton would spin. Hall and Doug Barnes would bring the field to the restart. The lead duo of Hall and Doug Barnes would stay side by side until the caution would fly on lap 164 for an incident involving the #27 of Matthew Gould. Doug Barnes and Hall would lead the field back to the restart. Doug Barnes would pull to the lead with Watson moving to second around Hall. Hall would quickly move back under Watson trying to get back to Barnes. Hall would catch Doug Barnes on lap 178 and make a move to his inside coming off turn two. Contact between Hall and Barnes would damage both cars and end their chance at victory as they would have to come to pit road with no caution flag. Watson would now pull to the outside of the two cars as they tangled and moved to the lead. Pressley would move to second with Reyna running third. Pressley would close the gap and drive to Watson's bumper, in his quest for the lead. Lap 194 would see Pressley move around Watson for the top spot. Watson would continue to pressure Pressley for the top spot with the lead duo making contact in their quest for the Fall Brawl win. As these two were battling for the lead, Hettinger had quietly moved back into the fight with a pass on Reyna for third. The caution would fly as Pressley would take the white flag on lap 199 as Wilson would spin in turn four. This would set up a two lap shootout for the win. Pressley would take inside of row one with Watson to his outside. Row two would see Hettinger on the inside and Reyna on the outside. The green flag would see Pressley and Watson door to door through turns one and two with Reyna drawing close to Watson's bumper as well. Pressley would nose ahead coming off of turn four and Reyna would drop to the low line looking to move by Watson for second as Hettinger would work Reyna for third. Pressley would win the race back to the checkered flag and take the win. Pressley's full time job is spotting for 2022 NASCAR Cup Champion Joey Logano. Logano returned the favor on Saturday night at Hickory Motor Speedway as he would be the spotter in Pressley's ear and join the team for the celebration after the race on pit road. Watson would finish 2nd in a hard fought effort with Reyna taking 3rd after having an incident in practice, but keeping it from making hard contact with the wall and not severely damaging the car. Trent Barnes would grab 4th and Robusto would come home in 5th.  

The Carolina Pro Late Models would finish out the night's action with their 100 lap feature. Kyle Campbell in the #03 would start from the top spot with Max Reaves in the #4 to his outside. Row two would see Brett Suggs in the #15 and Caden Kvapil in the #35 side by side for the start. Campbell would lead the first lap with Reaves close behind. Suggs and Kvapil would stay door to door for several laps until Kvapil would move up to third on lap 5. The caution would fly on lap 12 as Reaves would spin on the front stretch. Campbell and Kvapil would bring the field back to the green flag. Kvapil would move to the lead as Suggs would pressure Campbell for second. The caution would fly as the #15 of Austin Huehl and the #37 of Travis Brown would spin in turn three. The restart would see Kvapil and Suggs pace the field back to the green flag. Kvapil would pull to the lead as Campbell would face a challenge from the #63 of Josh Lowder. The halfway point would see Kvapil, Suggs, Lowder, Campbell, and Mikey Toner Jr in the #1X as the top five. Kvapil would drive on to take the win. Lowder would finish 2nd but take the 2022 Carolina Pro Late Model Series Championship while Campbell would take 3rd. Suggs would grab 4th and Caleb Johnson in the #1 would come home in 5th.

Coming up on November 26th, your New Favorite Christmas Tradition Is Here! CHRISTMAS KABOOM AT HICKORY MOTOR SPEEDWAY!

Food - Music - Christmas Market - Monster Truck Rides -   Kid Zone w/ Inflatables - Free Pictures W/Santa - Christmas Crafts - Games & More

To end the night, PyroStar Entertainment will light up the sky over Hickory Motor Speedway
with one of the biggest fireworks displays in North Carolina.

Official Hickory Motor Speedway Results 11/12/22

Late Model

1 #59 – Coleman Pressley

2  #6 – Charlie Watson

3 #5 – Jaiden Reyna

4  #1 – Trent Barnes

5  #55 – Isabella Robusto

6  #40 – Taylor Satterfield

7  #16 – Kade Brown

8  #71 – Katie Hettinger

9  #41 – Joey Braun

10  #81 – Zack Clifton

11  #4 – Dylon Wilson

12  #88 – Doug Barnes

13  #97 – Hunter Deshautelle

14  #77 – Connor Hall

15  #27 – Matthew Gould

16  #09 – Darrick Coomer

17 #07 – Chase Dixon

18  #28 – Connor Zilisch

19  #6 – Clark Houston

20  #15 – Mitch Walker

21  #77 – Tyler Gregory

22 #21 – Mike Darne

23 #40 – C E Falk

Paramount Auto Group Limited Late Model

1  #97 – Michael Bumgarner

2  #1 – Ross Dalton

3  #7 – Tristan McKee

4 #5 – Bryce Applegate

5  #9 – William Aldred

6  #9 – Sam Rohrbaugh

7 #16 – Clint Fields

8 #23 – Reilly Doyle

9  #13 – Mark Johnson

10  #24 – Chase Ratliff

11  #21 – Carter Russo

12 #71 – Tim Bristol

13  #17 – Brandon Lynn

14  #51 – Chris Huffman

15  #14 – Akinori Ogata

16 #28 – Bub Haney

17  #25 – Graham Hollar

18  #51 – Ray Alfalla

19 #51 – Allen Huffman

Heritage Finance Company Street Stocks

1  #32 – Gary Ledbetter

2  #5 – Jesse Clark

3  #12 – Cody DeMarmels

4  #00 – Landon Huffman

5 #64 – Marshall Sutton

6  #4 – Garth Clark

7  #48 - Jacob Hayes

Carolina Pro Late Model Stocks

1  #35 – Caden Kvapil

2  #63 – Josh Lowder

3  #03 – Kyle Campbell

4  #15 – Brett Suggs

5  #1 – Caleb Johnson

6  #5 – Jasec Holladay

7  #2 – Hudson Canipe

8  #99 – Stephen Leicht

9  #7 – Ashley Huffman

10  #77 – Ruben Caceres

11  #15 – Austin Huehl

12  #37 – Travis Brown

13  #1x – Mikey Toner Jr.

14  #95 – Jayson Alexander

15 #8 – Terri Crider

16  #4 – Max Reaves