BRANDON HERMILLER
2011 Berlin Raceway Racer of the Year & Pro Stock Champion

H.S. Motorsports

HERMILLER ALREADY BUSY PREPARING FOR 2015 RACING SEASON-H.S. Die/VISI-TST Ford Fusion Driver Planning To Also Race “Outlaw Late Model” Next Year-

 

WALKER, Mich. (Oct. 21, 2014) – Brandon Hermiller and his Josh Slade-led H.S. Die/VISI-TST Ford Team are already full speed ahead in their preparations for the 2015 racing season.  The 21-year-old Michigan charger plans a full schedule at Berlin Raceway in both Super Late Model and Outlaw Late Model competition.  Hermiller and crew also plan to hit the road when the season concludes at his home track by entering several races on the ARCA/CRA Super Series tour.

            “I guess you could say that we plan an all-out assault on our home track,” said Hermiller, a former Pro Stock champion and Most Popular Driver at Berlin.  “We will be fielding cars in both the Supers and Outlaw divisions.  I know it will be really challenging to keep the momentum going that we established in the Supers this season while also starting up an Outlaw program, but we are all looking forward to it.

            “If we had both programs up and running this season, we could have raced in twice as many races at Berlin,” said Hermiller, who posted a record of three top-five finishes and six top-10’s in the seven regular season SLM races there this year.  His incredible consistency helped him finish fifth in the division’s point standings.  “We will also be able to compete with our Outlaw car in big races at Toledo and other tracks if we decide to do so.

            “When the season is over at Berlin, we’re hoping to do some traveling with our Super Late Model racing with the CRA Super Series,” Hermiller added.  “Our primary focus will be on all the races at home, but we really love competing with the CRA guys, especially on those tracks where they race on during the fall.        

            “We have learned over the last few seasons just how competitive the racing is at Berlin,” said Hermiller.  “I’d stack it up against any other track in the country.  They averaged 20 to 25 cars in both the Supers and the Outlaws, so we’re looking at it as double the challenge for next season.

            “At the same time, we’re committed to having a fun season ahead in 2015,” said Hermiller, who mixed his time behind the wheel of his red No. 6 Ford with classroom time at Grand Rapids Community College and working in the shop this year.  “We’ve put a huge priority on finishing my education and getting experience with the family business now, so I won’t be spending all the hours at the race shop like I have in the past.

            “Josh and the guys do a great job preparing our cars and I have so much confidence that we’ll be ready to win some races next season,” said Hermiller, who is pursuing a degree in manufacturing engineering technology.  “I think it will be really refreshing to be able to just focus on the driving part of racing next year.  We’ll always maintain our serious attitude about our racing, but our approach will be a little different. 

            “It’s going to be really cool to finally get to race an Outlaw Late Model and I can’t wait for that opportunity,” said Hermiller.  “We tested one at Berlin a couple of years ago and it was so much fun.  I can’t wait till we’re able to be behind the wheel of an Outlaw trying to win some races.” 

            Hermiller, Slade and the H.S. Die Team have all their racing equipment details locked in for 2015 and think they are poised to turn more heads with the addition of the Outlaw program.

            “We’ll be fielding the Port City Chassis again in the Supers,” said Hermiller.  “We’ll run a Van Doorn front clip, which is a proven winning combination.  Ernie Elliott will continue to build the engines for our template (SLM) cars. 

            “Over on the Outlaw side, we’ll have a Senneker Performance chassis,” Hermiller said of Terry Senneker’s noted Wayland, Mich., operation.  “We’ll be getting our racing engines from Jamie Hamm (Bonefide Customs of Grand Rapids) and should be in great shape on that end.”

            During the 2014 season, Hermiller’s No. 6 H.S. Die/VISI-TST Ford Fusion also carried sponsorship from River Hills Lodge, West End Body Shop, T.A.A.G. Tooling and Accessories Group, Stehouwer Frozen Foods and Beaver Research Company.

            Marketing opportunities with Hermiller and the H.S. Die Team for the 2015 racing season are available by contacting Dale Hermiller at (616) 822-6021 or at dale@hsdie.com.

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HERMILLER HEADING TO LUCAS OIL RACEWAY FOR CRA FALL BRAWL 2014

-H.S. Die/VISI-TST Ford Fusion Driver & Team Looking To Turn More Heads Out On The Road-

 

BROWNSBURG, Ind. (Sept. 23, 2014) – Brandon Hermiller and his Josh Slade-led H.S. Die/VISI-TST Ford Fusion Team are eager to get to Lucas Oil Raceway for this weekend’s McGunegill Engine Performance CRA Fall Brawl 2014.  The two-day schedule is highlighted by Sunday’s EDCO Welding 100 Presented by Quartermaster feature for the ARCA/CRA Super Series.

            “This is a race weekend that we’ve been looking forward to for a long time,” said the hard-charging 21-year-old Michigan racer.  “It’s an opportunity to show how much progress our team has made this season.  We’ll be racing against some of the best short-track teams in the nation and we’re hoping to be able to continue the momentum we’ve been building this year.

             “We chose to concentrate on running all the Super Late Model races at Berlin this season and really haven’t traveled as much as we have in the last few years,” said Hermiller, who mixes his time behind the wheel of his red No. 6 Ford with classes at Grand Rapids Community College where he is pursuing a degree in manufacturing engineering technology.  “We got stronger and stronger as the Berlin season concluded.  Now it’s time to hit the road again and show what we’ve learned.”

             Hermiller closed out the 2014 Berlin Raceway schedule posting an impressive record of three top-five finishes and six top-10’s in the seven regular season races on his home track.  He ended the season with a 7.4 average finish and was fifth in the final point standings.  Hermiller led the first laps of his Super Late Model career and won a heat race.  He thinks that level of success can be achieved this weekend at Lucas Oil Raceway.

             “The biggest positive we’re taking into Indy is our ability to work so well together as a team,” said Hermiller.  “I think the communication level we have is better than it’s ever been. We’ll have a total of 75 minutes of practice there on Saturday and I’m confident we can make the most of it.

             “The fact that we are coming in there focusing on just the Super Series race will pay dividends I feel.  We’ve been there before and ran both (ARCA/CRA Super Series and JEGS/CRA All Stars Tour) races.  It was fun from a driver’s standpoint, but it stretched us really thin from the personnel side.  We learned a lot from that experience. 

              “I am quick to say that the track is one of my favorites,” Hermiller said.  “Like I’ve said many times before, Lucas Oil Raceway and Winchester Speedway are my favorites when we’re out on the road racing.  It’s a track that I really liked from the first time we raced at the place.  I think it says just how much I really do like that track when I can think back about getting crashed out the very first time there and still have such a fond memory of racing on the track.

             “We just can’t wait to get back there and get after it again,” added Hermiller, whose seventh-place finish in the July 2013 race rates as his best finish to date in three ARCA/CRA Super Series battles at LOR.  “I just love how big the track is.  It has the huge long straightaways and the turns are big and wide.  There’s so much room to race for a short track.  I’ve seen drivers make the low line work.  I’ve seen guys succeed running up against the wall all around the place.  It’s so different from most of the tracks we race on and I love it.  I can’t wait to get back there on Saturday.”

            This weekend’s schedule at Lucas Oil Raceway opens on Saturday with a 10:45 a.m. drivers’ meeting for all CRA divisions.  The ARCA/CRA Super Series teams have practice sessions set from 11:30 a.m. till 12:15 p.m. and from 2:15 p.m. till 2:45 p.m.  Saturday’s EDCO Welding qualifying session at 4:30 p.m. will determine positions 1-20 in the starting field for Sunday’s 100-lap feature.  Positions 21-22 will come from the current ARCA/CRA owners’ points.  Positions 23-24 will come from Sunday’s last-chance race and two additional starting spots are held as promoters’ options.  The fast qualifier will draw for an inversion of five to 10 cars.

            Sunday’s schedule begins with an 11:00 a.m. drivers’ meeting for all the CRA divisions.  Each division will get a warm-up session beginning at 11:45 a.m.  Racing will begin at 1:00 p.m. and includes a 40-lap feature for the CRA Late Model Sportsman division, a 30-lap feature for the Vores Compact Touring Series and a 40-lap feature for the CRA Street Stocks.  A 100-lap feature for the JEGS/CRA All Stars Tour will serve as the prelude to the $3,000-to-win 100-lap ARCA/CRA Super Series battle.

            A weekend pass for all the action is available for $70 and one-day passes can be purchased for $35.  For additional information, please call the Lucas Oil Raceway front office at (317) 291-4090.

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BRANDON HERMILLER ENJOYING BUSY SCHEDULE OF RACING
-H.S. Die/VISI-TST Ford Fusion Driver Loves Competing In Mid-Week Battles--

WALKER, Mich. (August 11, 2014) – Promising young Michigan racer Brandon Hermiller has always subscribed to the motto of “the more races, the better.” The driver of the H.S. Die/VISI-TST Ford gets his second shot behind the wheel in the last five days as he heads to Kalamazoo Speedway for Wednesday night’s action.

After competing in last Saturday night’s JEGS/CRA All-Star Tour race, Hermiller and his Josh Slade-led team head to the three-eighths-mile Kalamazoo track for a mid-week battle. The No. 6 H.S. Die Ford team is among the 30 entries for Wednesday’s Boyne Machine Company 100 ARCA/CRA Super Series Powered by JEGS race.

“I am a huge history buff when it comes to our sport and I get such a big kick out of reading about what short-track racing was like in the 70’s,” said Hermiller, who started 24th and advanced to 12th at Auto City before getting innocently caught up in a crash and finishing 21st. “The legendary drivers like Dick Trickle and others from the Midwest would race every night they could. If they had the chance to race all seven days of the week, they’d be out there hitting a different track every night.

“That is so inspiring to me; reading about Trickle, Mike Eddy, Bob Senneker, Butch Miller and all the great drivers back then,” said Hermiller. “They are all huge heroes of mine and always will be. When I think about getting to race last Saturday night at Auto City and now heading to Kalamazoo for a Wednesday night event, it’s a pretty cool deal.”

Although Hermiller has never raced at Kalamazoo, he has tested there twice. He is certainly looking forward to taking his first green flag on the challenging oval track.

“We dodged the rain several weeks back and were able to get in quite a bit of time on the track,” Hermiller said of the June 20th test day on the short track whose history dates back to 1950. “We took the crate-engine car down there and I think it was a good day of preparation for Wednesday night’s race.

"It’s definitely a demanding track for sure. We were really pleased with how the test day went. We were able to run some 13.1 (-second) laps and that’s very respectable; especially considering the track had no syrup down on it.”

What Hermiller is referring to is the fact that Kalamazoo is one of the nation’s short tracks that utilize soft drink syrup (and other ingredients) on a regular basis in an effort to create extra tire grip on the asphalt surface. Regular treatments have established the high side of the speedway as another legitimate racing line.

“I sure hope they put down double the amount for Wednesday’s race,” chuckled Hermiller. “Down in Turns 3 & 4 there is so little room to begin with. Coming out of the corner, you’re up against the wall in such a hurry. Anything they can do to create a second groove is certainly fine by me.

“Wednesday’s race is going to be so challenging, but I am really looking forward to it,” Hermiller added. “I think our testing there and the preparation will really pay off.”

Hermiller’s No. 6 H.S. Die/VISI-TST Ford Fusion also carries sponsorship from River Hills Lodge, West End Body Shop, T.A.A.G. Tooling and Accessories Group, Stehouwer Frozen Foods and Beaver Research Company during the 2014 season.

This week’s action at Kalamazoo Speedway kicks off with an open practice session on Tuesday scheduled from 5:30 p.m. till 8:30 p.m. Practice begins on Wednesday at 1:00 p.m. and qualifying is set for 3:30 p.m. Pre-race activities begin at 6:00 p.m., with racing getting under way at 6:30 p.m. The 100-lap Boyne Machine Company 100 ARCA/CRA Super Series battle will precede the 150-lap Kalamazoo Klash XXII race for the Outlaw Super Late Models.

Tickets for Wednesday’s big night of racing are $25 for adults, $15 for kids 10-15 years of age and $5 for children 9 and under.

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For additional information on the ARCA/CRA Super Series, please visit their site at http://www.cra-racing.com/ . You can follow them on Twitter at @CRAracing and they are on Facebook at https://www.facebook.com/ChampionRacingAssociation

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For additional information on Kalamazoo Speedway, please visit their website at http://www.kalamazoospeedway.com/ or call the track at (269) 349-3978. The track is on Facebook at https://www.facebook.com/KalamazooSpeedway and on Twitter at @kzoospeedway.

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HERMILLER LOOKING FORWARD TO RETURN TRIP TO AUTO CITY
-H.S. Die/VISI-TST Ford Fusion Driver Recalls “Learning Curve” at the 0.393-Mile Oval-

WALKER, Mich. (August 7, 2014) – Promising young Michigan racer Brandon Hermiller says he “can’t wait” to get back to the tight little 0.393-mile Auto City Speedway for Saturday night’s Auto City 100 JEGS/CRA All-Star Tour battle. The driver of the H.S. Die/VISI-TST Ford can’t help laughing when he thinks back on his “love-hate relationship” with the historical facility located in Clio, Mich.

“I honestly hated the track the first time we raced there,” Hermiller chuckled as he recalled his first visit to the track in 2012. “We were absolutely terrible that night. Turns 1 and 2 were just so tight. I thought, ‘man, this is about the craziest layout I had ever seen. There is no room to race down there. What fool is responsible for designing this?’ It was a pretty short learning curve for us.

“Now, if you fast-forward to today, I can sincerely say that it’s one of my favorite tracks of them all,” said the easygoing 21-year-old charger. “It was a situation where we adapted to it quickly and learned to drive it during that very first race. It’s not like any other track; it’s a monster of its own for sure.

“The biggest thing about racing there was learning to get our car handling well on the bottom of the track,” Hermiller said. “The key to success I feel is getting your car to handle coming off the corners and especially being able to work the traffic.”

Hermiller qualified ninth and finished 14th in the August 2012 JEGS race at Auto City. He came back last season and ran both JEGS and CRA Super Series races. He qualified third and finished 12th in the Silver Bullet 100 JEGS race last August.

The Aug. 16, 2013 Mid-Michigan Toyota Dealers 125 ARCA-CRA Super Series race remains in Hermiller’s mind as “a great finish that slipped away.” After running in the top-five the entire race, Hermiller was battling for second in the closing laps. He innocently locked up his brakes going into the corner and got into Cody Coughlin. That provoked quite a bit of physical activity between the two drivers during the ensuing laps. While Coughlin was allowed to finish the race, Hermiller was questionably parked with eight laps remaining.

“We still feel like it was the wrong call and always will, but that’s all behind us now,” said Hermiller. “You can’t dwell on the past and we’re only focusing on the future.

“I think we have made so much progress at Auto City since our first race there. With the competitive races we had on that track last season, it was like we placed a bull’s-eye on the calendar for this weekend entering the season. We are coming in there with a lot of confidence. We’ve been building a lot of momentum with our consistency and a lot of good finishes over the last couple of months.

“They already have more than 30 cars on the entry list, so it’s shaping up to be one of the best races of the year,” Hermiller said. “I think we can get back there, qualify well and run up front. With a little luck, I think we can win the race. We’re heading in there with such a positive attitude. We just have to get out there, do our best and get the job done.”

Hermiller’s No. 6 H.S. Die/VISI-TST Ford Fusion also carries sponsorship from River Hills Lodge, West End Body Shop, T.A.A.G. Tooling and Accessories Group, Stehouwer Frozen Foods and Beaver Research Company during the 2014 season.

This weekend’s action at Auto City Speedway kicks off with an open practice session on Friday scheduled from 3:00 p.m. till dusk. Saturday’s card sees pit gates opening at 1:30 p.m. and the JEGS drivers’ meeting at 3:15 p.m. JEGS practice is set to begin at 4:00 p.m. with qualifying slated for 6:15 p.m. Racing will begin at 7:30 p.m. with the local Pure Stock, Street Stock and Figure-8 divisions also in action.

Tickets for Saturday’s big night of racing are $20 for adults and $5 for children 6-10. As always at Auto City, kids 5 and under will be admitted free.

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For additional information on the JEGS/CRA All-Stars Tour, please visit their site at http://www.craracing.net/allstartour.html. You can follow them on Twitter at @CRAracing and they are on Facebook at https://www.facebook.com/ChampionRacingAssociation

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For additional information on Auto City Speedway, please visit their website at www.autocityspeedway.com or call the track at (810) 686-9500. The track is on Facebook at https://www.facebook.com/pages/Auto-City-Speedway/46344191690.

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HERMILLER COMPETING AT BERLIN RACEWAY TWICE THIS WEEK
-H.S. Die/VISI-TST Ford Fusion Driver Wants Super Late Model Feature Win At Home Track-

 

WALKER, Mich. (July 29, 2014) – Young Michigan charger Brandon Hermiller thinks his first career Super Late Model feature victory at Berlin Raceway is just around the corner.  The driver of the H.S. Die/VISI-TST Ford gets two shots at his target this week on his home track as the division will be in action on July 30th and August 2nd.

            “It’s really cool that we’ll get two opportunities to win this week on our home track,” said Hermiller, the former Pro Stock champion and Most Popular Driver at Berlin.  “We’re getting closer every week I think.  Like I have said a lot lately, finishing all the laps, running up front and leading laps has us firmly heading in the right direction.  I really don’t think it would surprise many folks if they see our No. 6 in Victory Lane this week.”

            Hermiller’s first opportunity to capture the elusive SLM feature win comes in Wednesday night’s special race card on the demanding 0.4375-mile oval.  Highlighting the evening’s action will be the $10,000-to-win “Money in the Bank 125” Outlaw Late Model feature.  The Super Late Models will compete in a 60-lap feature on Wednesday night. 

            The hard-charging 21-year-old driver’s second chance to claim a feature race checkered flag this week comes in Saturday’s “Mike Becker Memorial Night” when the Super Late Models will again go at it in another 60-lapper.

            “We’ll be ready to really get after it this week at Berlin,” said Hermiller.  “We pulled the plug on going to Indy for the CRA race last week at the last minute.  We based our decision on the economics of the value of running there with the travel expenses and all.  We love running with the CRA guys and their officials are so supportive of us.  We’ll be back running with them in a couple of weeks and we’re looking forward to it. 

            “So our cars have been sitting on the jack stands in the shop totally prepared to head back to Berlin,” Hermiller said.  “When you look back on the last three weekends there, man it’s hard to not be super excited about these upcoming races.”

            Hermiller’s recent statistics on his home track have been impressive indeed.  His Josh Slade-led team has grown to be among the strongest competing in Berlin Raceway’s Super Late Model division.  He has a 2.5 average start and 5.0 average finish during Berlin SLM competition held there since the beginning of June. 

            During the July 19th ARCA/CRA Super Series 251-lap “Battle of Berlin” feature, Hermiller established himself as a bonafide frontrunner in the top level of Super Late Model competition.  He qualified eighth and finished seventh.  He ran as high as second in the running order late in the race.

            “Yeah, we can’t help but think of the momentum we’ve been building at Berlin during the last several races,” said Hermiller.  “We’ve been so consistent and competitive in each and every race.  It’s like all the great experience we’ve been getting racing against the regulars in the Supers paid dividends when the CRA guys came to town.  It’s back to running against our local great drivers again for the next two races.  If we can beat them, we’ve beaten some of the best drivers out there. 

            “It’s going to be a lot of fun and we can’t wait,” said Hermiller.  “It’s a special opportunity to get two shots at winning in one week at Berlin during the season.  We hope to capitalize on that.”

            Hermiller’s No. 6 H.S. Die/VISI-TST Ford Fusion also carries sponsorship from River Hills Lodge, West End Body Shop, T.A.A.G. Tooling and Accessories Group, Stehouwer Frozen Foods and Beaver Research Company during the 2014 season.

            Wednesday night’s special “Money is in The Bank” 125 Outlaw Late Model night at Berlin Raceway will also feature the SLM and the Modified in action.  Tickets are $15 for adults, $12 for students and $5 for kids.

            Admission for Saturday’s “Mike Becker Memorial Night” sees tickets set at $12 for adults, $8 for students and $5 for kids.  The night’s racing card will feature the SLM, Modified, 4-Cylinders and VROA divisions all in action.  It’s “Ladies Night” at the track and all ladies are admitted free of charge.

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For additional information on Berlin Raceway, please visit their site athttp://www.berlinraceway.com/. The track is active on Facebook at https://www.facebook.com/wherespeedbelongs . You can follow them on Twitter at http://www.berlinraceway.com/

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HERMILLER “REARING & READY” FOR BIG BERLIN TWIN RACE WEEKEND

-H.S. Die/VISI-TST Ford Fusion Team Hoping Testing Will Help Build On Recent Success-

 

WALKER, Mich. (July 16, 2014) – Brandon Hermiller and his H.S. Die/VISI-TST Ford Fusion Team will be pulling “double duty” this weekend at their home track, Berlin Raceway.  To say the affable young Michigan charger is looking forward to Friday’s 100-lap JEGS-CRA All Stars Tour event and Saturday’s 251-lap ARCA/CRA Super Series battles would be an understatement.

 

            “We’re rearing and ready to go,” Hermiller said of his return to action after a three-week hiatus from behind the wheel of his No. 6 race car.  “It’s definitely the biggest race weekend of the year so far for our team and we’re looking to continue to momentum we’ve been building on this season.

 

            “No, we haven’t been out there on the track racing during the last few weeks, but that doesn’t mean we’ve been letting the grass grow under our feet,” said Hermiller.  “We’ve been doing everything we can to get as prepared as possible for this weekend and the upcoming races on our schedule.

 

            “We’ve tested at Kalamazoo and a few times at Berlin, in addition to putting in a lot of hours in our shop,” said the affable 21-year-old driver.  “The testing included quite a bit of time spent on the Berlin track last Friday.  We had really old tires, but ran significant enough laps that we think will help us out a lot there this weekend.

 

            “It’s going to be a huge challenge competing in both races this weekend, but it will be a lot of fun to see how much all our hard work pays off,” added Hermiller, a former Pro Stock champion and Most Popular Driver at Berlin Raceway.  “It’ll be two different cars, but we are confident we can have them both dialed in to be successful both nights.”

 

            Hermiller returns to action on his home track after showing winning potential in his most recent visits.  He led his first-ever laps at Berlin in Super Late Model competition back on June 7 en route to a fifth-place finish.  In his last visit, Hermiller qualified seventh and finished fifth in his heat race before posting another solid top-five finish in the feature.

 

            “I think we’re beginning to turn the corner and be a big threat to win in the Supers (Super Late Model division) at Berlin,” Hermiller offered.  “We’re getting the consistency where it needs to be, leading laps and running up front.  We have a lot of momentum going and hopefully we can keep it up this weekend when the big guys roll into town.

 

            “One of the biggest things I think we have going for us is what we have engine-wise,” said Hermiller.  “I am confident that we’re not going to get out-horsepowered, that’s for sure.  The crate engine we’ll run on Friday will be plenty strong enough to get the job done.  The engine that Ernie (Elliott) has back for us to use in Saturday’s race definitely can power the winning car.  He’s the best in the business.  We are so proud to get to run his stuff and of the great relationship we have built with him.

 

            “We’re looking at this weekend as having two opportunities to shine and make statements for the progress our team has made and the direction we’re heading,” said Hermiller.  “It’s going to be challenging, it’s going to be fun and we’re hoping to turn heads with our performances out there.”

 

            This weekend’s schedule begins on Thursday with practice going from 2 p.m. till 6 p.m.  Friday’s schedule features three practice sessions for the ARCA-CRA Super Series cars beginning at 1:30 p.m.  Practice for the JEGS/CRA All-Stars Tour begins at 2 p.m. with qualifying slated for 5:30 p.m.  Friday night’s race program gets under way at 6:30 p.m. and

will include the Berlin 100 Presented by JEGS.com and Boyne Machine Company for the JEGS/CRA All-Stars Tour. The Berlin Budweiser Outlaw Late Models and the Top Speed Modifieds will also race in Friday night’s program and there will be a 15-minute practice session for the Battle at Berlin 251 competitors.

 

            Pits open on Saturday at 12 noon.  A one-hour practice for the ARCA/CRA Super Series Battle at Berlin 251 cars is on tap at 3 p.m., with qualifying for the Battle at Berlin 251 beginning at 5:10 p.m. There will be an on track autograph session with all the drivers starting at 5:50 p.m.  The race program will begin at 6:30 p.m. and will include the Battle at Berlin 251 Presented by Primera Plastics plus racing action from the Berlin Sportsman Division.  The 251-lap feature event will pay out over $100,000 in purse and cash bonuses, for one of the largest purses template Super Late Model teams will race for all season. The race will pay $10,000 to win down to an astounding $2000 to start for the 30-car starting field. Berlin Raceway will also pay a $20 lap-leader bonus for all 251 laps.

 

            Tickets for Friday’s events are just $12.  Activities include a tailgating competition and DJ Keller spinning tunes in the Left Turn Lounge before and after the action.  The night will feature $1 beer and $1 hotdogs.  Saturday’s admission charge will be only $15.  Rock band “Borrowed Time” will provide entertainment before and after the racing.

 

            Speed 51 TV is offering PPV on-line coverage of both nights of racing.  The two-day package cost is $24.99, while a single-day is offered at $14.99.  For additional information, please log on to http://speed51.com/51livetv-events.

 

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HERMILLER & CREW HAVE REMAINED ACTIVE SINCE LAST RACE
-H.S. Die/VISI-TST Ford Fusion Team Busy Testing For Upcoming Races At Berlin & Kalamazoo-

WALKER, Mich. (June 27, 2014) – Brandon Hermiller and his H.S. Die/VISI-TST Ford Fusion Team will be racing again this Saturday night when Super Late Model action returns to Berlin Raceway for the first time in three weeks. But that doesn’t mean that their race cars have been sitting on jack stands in the shop and the Josh Slade-led crew has been off enjoying the warm summer days.


     “Quite the contrary,” the budding Michigan racer chuckled when asked if everyone on the team had been enjoying their summer vacations. “We’ve been going over our equipment from front to back, making sure everything is in top-notch condition. And, as hard as it might be to believe with all the rain we’ve had around here, we’ve been out there testing quite a bit.


    “We managed to dodge the rain last Friday (June 20) and headed for Kalamazoo Speedway,” Hermiller said of the three-eighths-mile oval near Kalamazoo whose history dates back to 1950. “We took the crate-engine car down there and got in a pretty good day of testing on that track. We’ll be back down there racing in August (in a 100-lap ARCA/CRA Super Series Powered by JEGS event) and thought it’d be a smart move to spend a day there.


     “Man, I am glad we did get the opportunity to test there,” said Hermiller. “We’ve never raced at Kalamazoo – just tested there once before. It’s definitely a challenging track for sure. We were really pleased with how the day went. We were able to run some 13.1 (-second) laps and that’s very respectable; especially considering the track had no syrup down on it.”


     What Hermiller is referring to is the fact that Kalamazoo is among the nation’s short tracks that utilize soft drink syrup (and other ingredients) on a regular basis in an effort to create extra tire grip on the asphalt surface. Regular treatments have established the high side of the speedway as another legitimate racing line.


     “I sure hope they put double the amount when we head back to race there,” chuckled Hermiller. “Down in Turns 3 & 4 there is so little room to begin with. Coming out of the corner, you’re up against the wall in such a hurry. Anything they can do to create a second groove is certainly fine by me. That race is going to be so challenging, but I am really looking forward to it.”


     “Then we were able to turn our focus back on Berlin this week,” said Hermiller. “We went there Wednesday (June 25) and spent time working on stuff for the next two weekends of racing. We took both cars over because we’ll be running both races during the big weekend next month at Berlin.”


     Hermiller’s “big weekend” refers to the July 18-19 schedule that will see him compete in that Friday’s JEGS/CRA All-Star Tour race and Saturday’s ARCA/CRA Super Series battle.


      “With the crate-engine car, we were actually able to learn some things from the Kalamazoo test that we could apply at Berlin,” Hermiller offered. “So, while many teams may have been away from the shop enjoying a lot of off time since the last race for the Supers at Berlin, we’ve not taken much down time.” 

      Hermiller will be returning to Berlin this Saturday night with additional confidence that he gained during his most recent visit to his home track.


      “It’s going to be another opportunity to show how much progress we have made,” said Hermiller, a former Pro Stock champion and Most Popular Driver at Berlin Raceway. “The last time we raced there (on June 7), we won the fast heat and led our first laps ever in the Super Late Models in the feature. We finished fifth and had a solid night. We’re headed back looking to do even better this Saturday night.”


     Hermiller’s No. 6 H.S. Die/VISI-TST Ford Fusion also carries sponsorship from River Hills Lodge, West End Body Shop, T.A.A.G. Tooling and Accessories Group, Stehouwer Frozen Foods and Beaver Research Company during the 2014 season.


      Saturday’s racing card will be the Helen DeVos Childrens Hospital Night at Berlin Raceway. Fan fun will include kids’ inflatables, airbrush tattoos and spin art. Tommy from the STAR 105.7 morning show will entertain during the pre-race activities. In addition to the Super Late Models, the Modified, Sportsman and 4-Cylinder Divisions will also be action. Saturday’s admission will be $12 for adults, $8 for students and $5 for kids.

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WHAT MAKES BRANDON HERMILLER TICK?
-Young Michigan Racer Says, “I Really Do Have A Personality” And Here’s Proof-


WALKER, Mich. (June 11, 2014) – Brandon Hermiller and his No. 6 H.S. Die/VISI-TST Ford Team are in their second full season of running Super Late Models on the short tracks of the Midwest. During the 2014 season, Hermiller will be running a mixture of races on the ARCA/CRA Super Series circuit, several Super Late Model races at Berlin Raceway, his home track, plus some special events thrown in here and there.

Who is this rising young racing star and what makes him tick? Here is a little insight:

Full Name: Brandon Hermiller
Birthplace: Grand Rapids, Mich.
Birthdate: 3/16/1993 (21 yrs. old)
Height: 5’ 11”
Weight: 147 lbs.
Current Residence: Walker, Mich.


Favorites:


Sport: Give me anything with a motor and I’ll watch it. I’m not really into the traditional sports like football, basketball or baseball. I just really can’t get into it. But, give me anything with a motor and you have my full attention. We really enjoy the days out on snowmobiles in the winter, our motorcycles any chance we have. We event built a little go-kart track out behind our house. I have a couple of karts out in the garage. I enjoy tinkering and tweaking them to make them as fast as possible.

First (Personal) Car: 2008 Chevy Avalanche

Hobbies: Dirt-biking, racing 4-wheelers, go-karting…anything that comes with speed

Food: I’m not a real picky eater and like a lot of different foods. I really like Japanese food. One of my favorite restaurants anywhere is Wild Chef, a Japanese steak house, bar and grill located in Holland (Township) in the Grand Rapids area.

Movie: I love comedies…I like to have a good laugh. There was a great movie out last year called “Bad Words.” I really did like that movie. It’s about this 40-year-old dude who finds a loophole in the rules and hijacks a spelling bee. It is absolutely hilarious.

TV Show(s): I like “Resurrection” a lot. It is a drama series about dead people who return to life. It’s based on a book that was out several years ago. It’s one of those deals where if you start watching, you just get into it so much you have to watch every episode.

Favorite Musical Group/Concerts Attended: Kid Rock is number one, for sure. I saw him again last spring and he seems to get batter every day. I’d say that AC/DC and Nickelback are tied for second right now. I’ve recently even gotten into a little hip-hop type music, too. It’s really nothing too deep…stuff I hear on 95.7 FM (WLHT-FM) in Grand Rapids.

Song: If I need a song to get me pumped up, it’s probably “The Beautiful People” by Marilyn Manson. I always contended that if I could listen to the song just before qualifying, it’d be worth a tenth (of a second) or so. I actually tried it out one time and I was right…I went that much slower in qualifying than I had in practice. So now I just sort of hum it in my head to get pumped up.

Race track: Of course I love Berlin, my home track, but so far it’s a toss-up between Winchester (Ind.) and IRP (Lucas Oil Raceway at Indianapolis). But, to tell you the truth, I have to throw Auto City Speedway into the mix now. The turns are so different on each end. We ran really well there last season and when you run well on a track it’s hard not to like the place.

City we race in: We had so much fun last fall when we went down to Nashville to race. I really enjoyed racing down at New Smyrna in Florida and staying in Daytona Beach. Nashville is a really cool race track there at the fairgrounds and there is so much to do in that town. We are scheduled to go back there again this fall and I am really looking forward to it. It’s a really cool track located in a great city.

Person I Admire Most: My grandpa (the late Harold Steele). He was such an inspiration to me. He was able to build him a new office on the second floor at the plant and it’s like a museum today paying tribute to him. He was able to enjoy his 67th birthday party up there before he died and that was so special.

Biggest accomplishment in life: As for racing, it was winning the pro stock championship (2011 season at Berlin Raceway). But probably the most important accomplishment in life itself will come in a couple of years when I get my engineering degree from Ferris (Ferris State University in Big Rapids, Mich)

If I wasn’t a race car driver, I would be a…? Using my education in engineering, probably doing 3D modeling.

Three things I’ve always wanted to do/try/visit: 1) do the burnout pit at the Iron Horse Saloon in Daytona or at least attend Bike Week in Daytona Beach; 2) visit the Middle East and see the Egyptian Pyramids; and 3) go scuba diving. I can’t believe I have not tried that yet.

Worst moment of my career: In our first year down at Winchester for the CRA sportsman race, I led the first 10 laps. I already had built up a 20-car-length lead. I went to pass the lapped cars and spun out all by myself. It was so embarrassing that I felt like I just wanted to crawl under the track. Probably in second-place would be our qualifying run at Toledo earlier this season. I have raced there before, knew the line around the track, was really fast in practice…and just blew it…all my fault.

Other jobs I’ve had: I was a floor sweeper, so I guess you could say I have come from the ground up, ha-ha!

If I was a big-time NASCAR team owner, I would hire ______ to be my driver? I used to would have said Kevin Harvick or Matt Kenseth, because those guys have seemed to have gotten the most out of their equipment. But that has changed over the last couple of years. I’d now have to say that I’d hire Kurt Busch. Everyone saw what he was able to do with the No. 51 car a couple of seasons ago. What he did with the Furniture Row car last season was really mind-blowing. Compared to the big teams, it’s a single-car operation and he made the Chase. The defending Cup champion (Brad Keselowski) didn’t make the Chase, but Kurt and that 78 team did.

One thing people don’t know about me is… I really do have a personality and can be a really fun guy to be around. When I first started racing, I was a pretty shy driver. I’ve watched all the guys running in NASCAR and know how important it is to be personable. I have sort of broken out of my shell. I mean that in the right way. What you see is what you get. I just try to be a good guy and a role model for the younger kids.

What I did during the last off season… One of the neatest things was becoming an uncle. My niece was born last October and it’s been so cool to spend time with her. Another thing was that I turned 21…legal age…back in March. We all went up to the Indian casino to celebrate. It was almost like one of those Las Vegas commercials…what happened there stays there, ha-ha!

Goals for 2014: I want to be able to get as consistent as possible and run up front. I want to be one of the guys that others look at and base speeds off of. I want them to say stuff like, ‘hey, we’re only a tenth or so off of what that No. 6 car is running, so we’re definitely in the hunt…’

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HERMILLER FOCUSING ON “GETTING DIALED IN” ON HOME TRACK

-H.S. Die/VISI-TST Ford Fusion Driver Scheduled To Race Exclusively at Berlin During June-

 

WALKER, Mich. (June 3, 2014) – Brandon Hermiller and his H.S. Die/VISI-TST Ford Fusion Team started ninth and finished 12th in last Saturday night’s Berlin 125 ARCA/CRA Super Series race.  The young Michigan charger said the battle on his home track, Berlin Raceway, was another step in the right direction.

            “It was another race where we were able to overcome adversity and at least make a decent night out of it,” said Hermiller of last weekend’s competition against the traveling circuit’s regulars.  “We saw some really crazy conditions with how the track changed from the heat of the day and through the sun going down with it cooling off. 

            “We went with what you’d think would be logical changes to make, but it backfired on us,” explained Hermiller.  “We tightened our car up between practice and qualifying and that bit us.  Then we loosened it up between qualifying and the race.  It’s only natural to think that the track would cool off and tighten up.  Instead, it just got crazy loose and caught us off guard. 

            “So the bottom line is that we went the wrong way with our adjustments the whole day.  But instead of Saturday going down the tube, we just dug down as deep as we could and came out with a respectable showing.  That’s the biggest difference with our team this season versus the last couple of years.  It’s the determination level my team has now.

            “We’ll be racing the Supers (Super Late Model division) every weekend that they are running at Berlin this month,” said Hermiller, the former Pro Stock champion and Most Popular Driver at his home track.  “Instead of venturing out to other tracks, we decided it would be more beneficial overall for us to focus on getting our stuff dialed in at Berlin.  I guess you could say that what happened there last Saturday was an eye-opener for us.

            “As loose as our car was, we were pretty fortunate to have completed all the laps, especially considering there was only one caution during the entire 125-lap feature,” said Hermiller.  “The caution fell at the right time for us.  We were able to stay on the lead lap and maintained our separation from the leader during the final laps.

            “We plan on focusing all of our attention on Berlin for the next several weeks,” offered crew chief Josh Slade.  “We hope to get our car dialed in so we can run up front and have a shot at winning some races.  We’ve changed so much around this season already relative to our setups and all.  It’s a smart move to concentrate on Berlin and get a good degree of consistency going.  We’re racing a little different tire this season at Berlin than last year and the CRA guys run a slightly different tire from that.  So, we’ve been facing a little learning curve with that, also.”

            “I’m really proud of the potential we’ve shown and the never-give-up attitude our team has displayed this season,” added Hermiller.  “We’ve only competed in five races so far this year, but we’ve been running at the finish in all of them.  We gotta finish all the laps before we can win.  We’ve avoided the crashes and really shown a lot of heart.  I am confident that we can make a lot of progress over the next few weeks.”

            In his five 2014 races to date, which include three battles with the ARCA/CRA competitors and two SLM events at Berlin, Hermiller has posted a 13.4 average start and 12.6 average finish. Most impressive is that he has completed 99.3 percent (541 of 545) of possible laps.

            Hermiller’s No. 6 H.S. Die/VISI-TST Ford Fusion also carries sponsorship from River Hills Lodge, West End Body Shop, T.A.A.G. Tooling and Accessories Group, Stehouwer Frozen Foods and Beaver Research Company during the 2014 season.

            It’s “Kids Night” this Saturday night at Berlin Raceway.  School is out and Kids 11 and under are admitted free of charge.  In addition to the Boyne Machine Super Late Models, the Model Coverall Modifieds, the Engine Pro Super Stocks and the NAPA Racing Filter Vintage Modifieds will be in action.  Gates open at 1:30 p.m. for competitors and at 3:30 p.m. for spectators.  Pre-race activities begin at 6:00 p.m. with the first green flag at 6:30 p.m. sharp.  Adult admission is only $12, with students allowed in for $8.

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HERMILLER HAPPY TO RETURN HOME FOR SATURDAY’S BERLIN 125

-H.S. Die/VISI-TST Ford Fusion Driver Confident Berlin Raceway Experience Will Be Beneficial-

 

WALKER, Mich. (May 28, 2014) – For young Michigan racer Brandon Hermiller, there’s nothing that gets him pumped up like returning to his home track, Berlin Raceway.  The driver of the H.S. Die/VISI-TST Ford Fusion says he’s “doubly excited” about heading back to Berlin to wage battle in Saturday’s Berlin 125 ARCA/CRA Super Series race.

            “It’s always really cool to race at our home track,” said Hermiller, a former Berlin Raceway Pro Stock Champion and Most Popular Driver.  “Man, we’ve logged so many laps around that track, but it certainly never gets old.  The track is challenging and we always look to learn something every time we race there.  I think that with all the experience we have at Berlin, it adds to our conference level, especially for a race like this when the CRA Super Series guys come to town.

            “But the fact is that we’re doubly excited about this weekend’s race at Berlin,” said the 21-year-old charger.  “After trying to make a new setup package work for the first couple of races there, we’re going back to our old reliable setup.  We spent a lot of time and effort working with the rear-end geometry, trying out new suspension parts and all.  It might be something that we look at on down the road when it’s more proven.

            “We’ll be coming back to Berlin this weekend with the same setup our car had the night we were our strongest last season,” Hermiller offered.  “Nothing fancy or trick at all; just what we know works and are really comfortable running.”

            “The biggest plus for us returning to the old proven setup is the adjustability factor,” said crew chief/spotter Josh Slade.  “The new stuff was supposed to be effective in getting the rear of the car equally as strong as the front.  What we found was that it made our car so tight that Brandon was at a deficit from the first lap on.  We pretty much boxed ourselves in because no matter what you threw at it as far as changes, we were still stuck with a tight race car.

            “Brandon is quick to tell you that he doesn’t like a tight-handling car,” said Slade, the 25-year-old second generation racer whose late father (Brian Slade) was a noted engine-builder. “A perfect-handling car is always the objective, for sure, but he would always prefer a loose race car any day over a tight-handling one.  That’s definitely fine with me.

           “Like I’ve always heard, loose is fast in racing,” chuckled Slade.  “Seriously, it’s gonna be a nice change to get back to Berlin with an adjustable car.  We’ll have a chassis that responds to a little massaging if needed and we know we’re going to have a much more comfortable driver behind the wheel this time around.”

            “With so many of the regulars in the Supers (Super Late Model division at Berlin Raceway) running with the CRA guys who are coming in this weekend, it will definitely be the most competitive race of the season so far,” Hermiller added.  “We are hoping that all the experience we have there and going back to our proven setup will help us run up front on Saturday night.  We’re pumped up and really looking forward to it.”

            Hermiller’s No. 6 H.S. Die/VISI-TST Ford Fusion also carries sponsorship from River Hills Lodge, West End Body Shop, T.A.A.G. Tooling and Accessories Group, Stehouwer Frozen Foods and Beaver Research Company during the 2014 season.

            Friday’s open practice, scheduled from 4:00 p.m. till 8:00 p.m., kicks off this weekend’s schedule at Berlin.  Saturday’s busy schedule begins with the ARCA/CRA Super Series drivers’ meeting at 2:45 p.m.  Practice begins at 3:30 p.m.  Qualifying is set for 5:20 p.m., followed by an on-track autograph session at 5:50 p.m.  Racing will begin promptly at 6:30 p.m., with the Berlin Raceway Four-Cylinder, Sportsman and Modified divisions all also in action.

            Saturday’s card at Berlin is being billed as “I Love the 80’s Night,” with local celebrity “DJ Keller” spinning the tunes from 4:00 p.m. till 6:00 p.m.  Saturday’s admission charges are $15 for adults, $8 for students and $5 for kids.

 

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LAST WEEK:  Brandon Hermiller competed in the Calypso Lemonade 150 at Illiana Motor Speedway.  Promoted as “Border Wars II,” the race was a combination battle of the ARCA/CRA Super Series and the ARCA Midwest Series.  Hermiller qualified 20th and started the 150-lap feature on the half-mile track from the 26th position.  He battled to a 14th-place finish and won the C.V. Products Hard Charger Award.  “We just went the wrong way choosing the carburetor,” explained Hermiller.  “We went with the four-barrel and the two-barrel was the way to go.  We just had so much power coming off the corners that we burned our tires off.  If you can’t use that power and spin the tires, it’s like carrying a knife to a gun fight.  It was another weekend of learning for us.  We were still on the lead lap at the halfway break.  We were running at the finish.  We just burned the tires off the thing with the four-barrel carb.”

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For additional information on the ARCA/CRA Super Series Tour, please visit the CRA site at http://www.craracing.net/.  For additional information on Berlin Raceway, please visit their site at

http://www.berlinraceway.com/. The track is active on Facebook at https://www.facebook.com/wherespeedbelongs . You can follow them on Twitter at http://www.berlinraceway.com/ .

For additional information on Brandon Hermiller, please visit his site at http://www.brandonhermiller.com/. For the latest news and insights, we invite you to follow Brandon on Twitter: @bhermiller (www.twitter.com/bhermiller) and Facebook: Brandon.hermiller (http://www.facebook.com/Brandon.hermiller)

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ILLIANA “BORDER WARS” BATTLE NEXT UP FOR HERMILLER

-H.S. Die/VISI-TST Ford Fusion Driver Looking Forward To Combined ARCA/CRA & Midwest Event-

WALKER, Mich. (May 20, 2014) – Brandon Hermiller posted a strong top-10 finish in his only visit to Illiana Motor Speedway, the half-mile paved oval located in Schererville, Ind.  The young driver of the H.S. Die/VISI-TST Ford Fusion can’t wait to get back to Illiana for this weekend’s Calypso Lemonade 150.

            “The only time we’ve ever raced there was back in 2012 when we were running the JEGS car (JEGS/CRA All-Star Tour) with the crate engine,” Hermiller said of the track located some 35 miles south of Chicago.  “I really liked the track from the first time I saw it.  It’s relatively flat and I just seem to do well on the flatter tracks. I like to think that I’m a pretty well-rounded competitor, but I guess you could say that flat tracks are my strong suit.

            “It has been two years since our last visit, so I’ve been watching videos of the racing there in order to get reacquainted with the layout,” offered the promising 21-year-old Michigan racer.  “When we get to the track on Sunday, I’ll watch a little of the practice to make sure I remember the fast line around the place.

            “We had a pretty solid race day there the last time and I am expecting the same this weekend, too,” Hermiller said.  “I remember that we ran strong all race long and finished 10th.  It was a 100-lap feature and we were really coming on up through the field toward the end.  I think if we’d had another 25 laps, we’d had a great shot at a top-five finish.”

            Hermiller understands that there will be stronger competition and adjustments he has to make since his last visit to the facility that opened in 1947 as a half-mile dirt track.

            “There definitely will be a ton of top drivers and teams there this weekend,” Hermiller said.  “The biggest difference we’ll face will be in the amount of power we have with the Supers versus the JEGS cars.  These Super Late Models are so much fun to drive and our Ernie Elliott-built engine certainly provides us the horsepower under the hood that we need. 

            “Man, I can’t wait to get back to Illiana,” said Hermiller.  “We’re hoping to turn some heads with a great qualifying run and solid performances in the races.”

            Hermiller’s No. 6 H.S. Die/VISI-TST Ford Fusion also carries sponsorship from River Hills Lodge, West End Body Shop, T.A.A.G. Tooling and Accessories Group, Stehouwer Frozen Foods and Beaver Research Company during the 2014 season.

                 Monday’s race will mark the second time this season that the ARCA/CRA Super Series drivers and ARCA Midwest Tour competitors battled each other on the same track and on the same weekend.  Chad Finley was the fastest qualifier for the April 12th 7-Up 150 at Toledo Speedway, while Brian Campbell claimed the victory.

            This weekend’s event is being billed as “Border Wars II” as the two series unite once again for the Calypso Lemonade 150.  The pit gate at Illiana Motor Speedway opens at 12:00 noon on Sunday.  A mandatory drivers’ meeting at 1:30 p.m. will be followed by practice beginning at 2:00 p.m.  Practice ends at 6:00 p.m.

            Monday’s schedule sees the pit gate opening at 8:00 a.m.  “Happy Hour” practice begins at 9:30 a.m. Hedman Headers/EDCO Welding Qualifying will begin at 12:30 p.m., with an on-track autograph session on tap at 1:30 p.m.  Racing begins at 2:30 p.m. with SLM qualifying races first up.  That will be followed by Street Stock and Pure Stock heat races.  The SLM Fast Dash Top 16 and SLM Last Chance battles will help set the starting field for the SLM feature.  The Street Stock and Pure Stock features are next.  Then, the Calypso Lemonade 150 drivers will be gridded, introduced and given the green flag.

Starting Field:  The Top 16 in time will be locked into the main event. The top 16 will run a qualifying event with an invert of 12 cars that will race to determine the starting spots for the main event based on each drivers finish. Cars not locked in will run transfer heats starting straight up based on their qualifying times with 3 cars transferring from each race for positions 17-22. Remaining cars will run a last chance race starting straight up based on their finish in the transfer heats with 2 cars transferring. Provisionals 25 and 26 will be ARCAMT Points, 27 will be Highest Touring Star or ARCAMT Points. Positions 28-30 will be ARCA/CRA Super Series Points.

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LAST WEEK:  Brandon Hermiller competed in the second night of action for the Super Late Models at Berlin Raceway.  After turning in the fourth-fastest lap in practice, he qualified eighth.  He finished third in his heat race.  In the 60-lap feature, Hermiller started third and finished 12th, running in the lead lap at the checkered flag.  “We just weren’t able to get the handling right on our H.S. Die/VISI-TST Ford,” Hermiller offered.  “Our biggest problem was that we just couldn’t get off the corners like we needed to.  That led to us really getting clobbered down the straightaways.  It was frustrating, but we did finish in the lead lap.  We’ll be much improved when we return to Berlin in a couple of weeks.”

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For additional information on the ARCA/CRA Super Series Tour, please visit the CRA site at http://www.craracing.net/.  For information on the ARCA Midwest Tour, please visit http://arcamidwesttour.com .  For information on Illiana Motor Speedway, please visit http://www.illianaspeedway.com/

For additional information on Brandon Hermiller, please visit his site at http://www.brandonhermiller.com/.

For the latest news and insights, we invite you to follow Brandon on Twitter: @bhermiller (www.twitter.com/bhermiller) and Facebook: Brandon.hermiller (http://www.facebook.com/Brandon.hermiller)

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