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Tommy Jackson Jr and Bradley Kilby Pick up INEX Wins

Hampton, VA – Tommy Jackson Jr. has returned to his winning ways after a rough start to the season, wrecking two cars on two different opening nights. He qualified on the pole for the 25 lap feature running a 18.134 to beat out Spencer Saunders. Through the race the two battled nose to tail the entire 25 laps with Saunders able to apply some nudges to Jackson in the closing laps but not able to get by the fast 87 car. The win is his second in a row at Langley Speedway. Down in victory lane Tommy talked about the tight racing with Saunders, “Me and Spencer were team mates a couple years ago so its a lot of fun running really competitive with him like that, he’s had great cars. I was a little loose during the race but it was good enough and it was really good in the long runs.”

Bradley Kilby in Victory Lane – Credit: John Long

In the Bandoleros, Autumn Weaver ran fastest time in group qualifying with a 21.696 to beat out the other seven cars in the session. After taking the green she went three wide with Bradley Kilby going down low and Cole Bruce on her high side. Kilby and Weaver win out on the exchange and Bruce falls back to Jacob Putnam. The top-6 from this point ran side by side for the opening three laps with Kilby edging Weaver to the line and after fifth and sixth sorted their positions the top-4 ran side by side for another five laps. Bradley defended the bottom line well with Weaver closing in with just a few laps left and is able to hold on to the win.

Joey Polevoy Worst to First at Virginia Motor Speedway for Sixth Budweiser Modified Victory

Joey Polevoy enters turn one of Virginia Motor Speedway during hot laps on July 15, 2017. (Justin Kern/TheWeeklyRacer.com)

Jamaica, VA – It was Joey Polvoy once again parking his #51 Modified in WhosYourDriver.org victory lane this past weekend during Essex Concrete night at Virginia Motor Speedway, but it wasn’t easy for the current division points leader. Polevoy told the crowd on hand in victory lane after his 30-lap feature that the team found a broken part on the car and would start the feature from dead last. Lance Grady (#48) of Hanover, Virginia would lead the field to green with Mark Parks (#10) of Lynchburg, Virginia lining up just to his outside.

At the drop of the green flag, Grady looked to take command of the race opening up a ten-car gap on second pretty quick. Parks would run into some issues through turns one and two and fall all the way to the rear and eventually behind the pit wall. That would hand the second position over to Bret Hamilton (#121), who would eventually have issues of his own that would regulate him to a fifteenth place finish.

The first of many cautions came on lap number four when David Kendall (#16) went around in turn four and collected a little bit of the outside wall. Joey Polevoy had already made his way back up to the seventh position. An ace on the single file restarts, Polevoy was able to rocket his way all the way up to the fourth position by the time entered turn one. It only took Polevoy thirteen laps and a few restarts to work his way around Lance Grady to take sole possession of the lead. Grady would eventually run into some issues of his own and would have to settle for a thirteenth place finish.

Hunter McClendon of Williamsburg, Virginia, started the feature in the sixth position, started to turn the wick up just past the halfway point of the race. Picking up where the two left just a couple weeks ago, McClendon kept Polevoy honest in the closing laps and even more honest on the multiple late race restarts. Francis Jarelle (#01), Tim Schulte (#10S), and Mike Reynolds (#112) would round out the top five finishers.

 

Corey Bradley celebrates in victory lane at Virginia Motor Speedway for his first career Limited Stock victory. (Photo: Al Goulder)

The Collision One Limited Stock 25-lap feature wrapped up the evening and wound up having some of the best racing of the night. James Givens (#8) and eventual winner Corey Bradley (#41) spent most of the race battling door to door for the win. Current points leader Ryan Hutchens ran into issues each time the caution flag waved when a fire broke out under the hood of his #14 machine. We were hearing in the press box a hole in the oil filter was the culprit. Crews extinguished the fires and sent him back out several times to finish the race, however, would be regulated to the tenth position.Givens made one last stab at the lead on the final lap trying to take Bradley on the outside through turn two but it wasn’t enough to and Corey Bradley would be able to hang on for his first career win. James Givens, Marty Coltrain, Chris Champion and Stephanie Johnston rounded out the top five finishers.

Givens made one last stab at the lead on the final lap trying to take Bradley on the outside through turn two but it wasn’t enough to and Corey Bradley would be able to hang on for his first career win. James Givens, Marty Coltrain, Chris Champion and Stephanie Johnston rounded out the top five finishers.Virginia Motor Speedway will return to racing on

Virginia Motor Speedway will return to racing on Saturday, August 12th and host Commonwealth Motorsports / Xtra 99.1 Night and week 11 of the Aaron’s Dirt Series Championship weekly racing action featuring the Victory Lap Pro Late Model, Truckin Thunder Sportsman, Budweiser Modified and Collision One Limited Stock Car divisions.Admission price for adults is only $12, seniors (60+) $10; military (active/retired w/ proper I.D.) $8, students 11 – 17 years old $6 and children 10 and under admitted free. Pit passes will be $20.

Admission price for adults is only $12, seniors (60+) $10; military (active/retired w/ proper I.D.) $8, students 11 – 17 years old $6 and children 10 and under admitted free. Pit passes will be $20.Competitor gates for

Competitor gates for Saturday, August 12th will open at 4 pm with spectator gates opening at 5 pm. On track activities will begin at 6:30 pm with hot laps.

 

Budweiser Modifieds Results; [starting position]

  1. #51 Joey Polevoy [16]
  2. #33 Hunter McClendon [6]
  3. #01 Francis Jarelle III [4]
  4. #10S Tim Schulte [7]
  5. #112 Mike Reynolds [5]
  6. #7+7 Jeff Solinger [9]
  7. #21C Davey Conley [11]
  8. #44 Stephen Bryant [10]
  9. #99 Charlie Hubbard [8]
  10. #57 Curtis Barricks [13]
  11. #16J Raymond Throckmorton [14]
  12. #68 Adam Hoegerl [15]
  13. #48 Lance Grady [1]
  14. #16 David Kendall [12]
  15. #121 Bret Hamilton [3]
  16. #10 Mark Parks [2]

 

Collision One Limited Stock Cars;

  1. #41 Cory Bradley [2]
  2. #8 James Givens [3]
  3. #25 Marty Coltrain [11]
  4. #32M Chris Champion [9]
  5. #26 Stephanie Johnston [6]
  6. #38 Caleb Carter [12]
  7. #88 Jay Seward [14]
  8. #47 Christian Sherr [13]
  9. #4 Randy Hutchens [5]
  10. #14 Ryan Hutchens [8]
  11. #53 Travis Hopkins [7]
  12. #08 Chad Champion [1]
  13. #01 Trent Clemans [4]
  14. #09 Jacob Buie [10]
  15. #1 Will Clarke [15]

Twin Races Equals Twin Wins for Balluzzo and Sweeney

Hampton, VA The IMCA style Larry King Law Modifieds returned to Langley Speedway for another night of twin racing around the historic track. Points leader Shawn Balluzzo missed out on the pole to the driver who’s right behind him. Matt Carter ran a 16.784 to Shawn’s 16.901 to lead the field to the green flag.

Off the start Carter cleared Balluzzo easily and after a couple laps he had a few cars between him and the second place runner. Matt held him off for much of the race but on the twenty-first lap Balluzzo is able to get by him as they went through some lapped traffic. Shawn cruised to the win in the first mod race of the night after that. Farther back Andrew Fortin was able to get into third passing Matt Slye and Bobby Gery after starting last moved up to 8th, he had problems with the car through practices and was not able to qualify.

With that finish he moved to the pole for the second race start and Balluzzo opted to start on the rear for his bonus national points if he can win. Gery, still battling mechanical problems, let the field go so nothing bad would happen. Jamie Sample took the lead on the first lap and then Bubba Johnston took over on the second lap while the field shuffled behind them. Sample led again on the sixth lap and Balluzzo was making his way up to sixth place. The caution would fly as Donnie Holston made contact with Gery causing him to spin out.

On the restart Balluzzo stayed low moving himself into third place and wasted no time getting into second position. On the 18th lap Shawn got by Sample for the lead and Danny Harrell was able to move into second as Sample started falling off a bit. With a big lead Balluzzo grabbed his second win of the night, 7th on the season, and the extra national points.

 

Pepsi Grand Stocks

Tommy Sweeney in Victory Lane – CREDIT: John Long

In the Pepsi Grand Stocks Rodney Boyd ran the fast time of a 18.401 after having a rough last outing. Tommy Sweeney, who has three wins on the season, missed out on the pole by .022. The two drivers have some history from this year but the start of the race went off with no troubles. Five laps in and Sweeney was still almost glued to Boyd’s bumper and a couple laps Sweeney started giving him some bumps, and on lap-8 it was good enough to get Boyd loose and Tommy took the lead. Paul Lubno and Mark Frye weren’t far behind and started putting on a lot of pressure to Boyd. Lubno gave Frye a good door to door slap to Frye and beat him to the line but couldn’t get by him. Frye eventually got around Boyd on the high line to take second place. With two to go Johnathon White shoves Tom Wilson up the track for 5th while Sweeney cruises to his fourth win.

Shawn Scovel finished 8th so he has the gift of the invert pole for the second race. With only nine cars in the field Sweeney tried his luck falling back to ninth for extra points. Two laps in and and Sweeney was up to fifth already while Wilson passed Scovel for the lead. Just six laps into the race and Tommy was into third with Scovel in front of him after Boyd nudged him out of the way for second. Fifteen laps in and Sweeney gets under Boyd for the lead and Frye sneaks by as well. Boyd made a last ditch effort to move Frye coming to the finish but he stays in third while Sweeney sweeps the night and snags his fifth win.

 

SAM ARD, DICK TRICKLE VISIT VICTORY LANE AT HICKORY IN THROWBACK 276 WITH FOGLEMAN & CARROLL

Photo: Kyle Tretow / CARS Tour

NEWTON, NC – Though both legends of the sport have since passed on to the great racetrack in the sky, Sam Ard and Dick Trickle visited victory lane for presumably the final time on Saturday night during the CARS Tour Throwback 276 at Hickory Motor Speedway. Racing cars with the same schemes as the the legends, Tate Fogleman (Ard) won his first career super late model race while Justin Carroll (Trickle) thrilled the near-capacity crowd en route to his first career series win.

Matt Craig blistered the Hickory layout for another Mahle Pistons Pole Award to start the surreal Saturday at Hickory. Appropriately, his family has been around the sport for decades with drivers like Clay Rogers and Jeff Fultz, and it appeared Craig was channeling their skills during most of the 138-lap contest racing toward an apparent victory.

The racing gods, however, had different ideas during the caution-free event. Fogleman took advantage of a break in traffic and a fading handle on the No. 54 car to move the No. 00 Thomas Brothers Country Ham Ford to the lead on lap 113. Craig attempted to move the Fogleman ride up the track two corners later but failed in his attempt, eventually falling 5 seconds behind Fogleman in the final 26 laps.

For the first, and likely the final, time in history, the Sam Ard No. 00 cruised the Edelbrock Victory Lane at Hickory Motor Speedway, a track which was vital to Ard’s success in the NASCAR Xfinity Series’ early years. Appropriately, it was a Fogleman who drove it there. Tate’s father, Jay Fogleman, worked and drove for Sam Ard once his driving career concluded, making victory lane very bittersweet.

“I know we got strung out there, and we got caught in lapped traffic,” Fogleman said after the race. “I was thinking back to the last race when got together with Lessard and was kinda thinking we were impatient then, so I tried to wait and plan the right move. When I got around him, I was praying. I didn’t want a caution to come out, that was the last thing I wanted to see. I can’t thank Solid Rock Carriers enough for letting us run this car, it’s unbelievable to take Sam Ard to victory lane. It’s a guy my dad looked up to, and with the stories he has told me, he became someone I looked up to, as well. It’s just unbelievable, I don’t know what to say.”

A short track legend in his own right, Tate’s father Jay was overcome with emotion.

“Sam did a lot for me. If it wasn’t for him, I would’ve never driven what was a Busch car back then. He just gave a broke kid a chance, and I worked for Sam, and…” the elder Fogleman trailed off while visibly fighting back tears. “It’s…. a good deal”

Matt Craig held on for second over Brandon Setzer, Bubba Pollard, and Tyler Ankrum, the only five cars on the lead lap.

 

The late model stock field was filled with throwback schemes on nearly every car, making their portion of the Throwback 276 exceptionally special for fans and racers alike.

The “Flying 11” of Layne Riggs captured the Hedgecock Pole and led the opening laps despite a handful of early cautions, one of which eliminated Stefan Parsons’ and Craig Moore’s throwback rides when they collided after sliding in oil laid down by Ty Gibbs’ car when its engine erupted in smoke in turn three.

Riggs continued to show the way through lap 58 when Justin Carroll, who made four total practice laps on Saturday afternoon, worked his way around Riggs for his first lead of the night.Carroll was up front when the largest incident of the night occurred. Second place driver Ryan Repko failed to come up to speed initially on a lap 94 restart and caused a chain reaction which severely damaged the cars of pre-race favorite Josh Berry, Jared Fryar, Riggs, Brandon Grosso and others.

Carroll was up front when the largest incident of the night occurred. Second place driver Ryan Repko failed to come up to speed initially on a lap 94 restart and caused a chain reaction which severely damaged the cars of pre-race favorite Josh Berry, Jared Fryar, Riggs, Brandon Grosso and others.A subsequent slip by Carroll on a lap 98 restart allowed Austin McDaniel, running a gold Bobby Allison throwback scheme, to take the lead for the first time of the night. McDaniel fought off multiple charges from Carroll as the laps began to wind down, but a caution on lap 111 set the stage for one of the most epic races in the history of Hickory Motor Speedway.

A subsequent slip by Carroll on a lap 98 restart allowed Austin McDaniel, running a gold Bobby Allison throwback scheme, to take the lead for the first time of the night. McDaniel fought off multiple charges from Carroll as the laps began to wind down, but a caution on lap 111 set the stage for one of the most epic races in the history of Hickory Motor Speedway.Over the course of the final 27 laps, Carroll, McDaniel and Anthony Alfredo waged a three-wide battle for the race lead where multiple

Over the course of the final 27 laps, Carroll, McDaniel and Anthony Alfredo waged a three-wide battle for the race lead where multiple instance of bumper tag were initiated, the trio found themselves three-wide for the race lead, and on more than one occasion sparks flew from the competitors involved. The near-capacity crowd at Hickory rose to its feet as the leaders bumped, banged and fought to take home the trophy. McDaniel finally bounced off the turn two wall with less than five laps to go, allowing Carroll the go-ahead to his first CARS Tour victory.

Carroll, driving the Dick Trickle/Junie Donlavey tribute, captured his first series win at the same track where the “White Knight” Trickle captured his first NASCAR Xfinity Series triumph.“You have no idea, oh my gosh, I think that was Dick driving because I don’t know if Justin Carroll was in that racecar, but Dick was definitely with me,” Carroll admitted in a tone of disbelief in victory lane. “He won over 1000 short track races, and I’m not sure if I want to take the ’90’ off the car now, but we had such an awesome car today. Yesterday, we didn’t even practice, but we knew we had a good car. I can’t thank that guy over there, Jason Stanley, enough because we’ve worked really hard on this car and we’ve been

“You have no idea, oh my gosh, I think that was Dick driving because I don’t know if Justin Carroll was in that racecar, but Dick was definitely with me,” Carroll admitted in a tone of disbelief in victory lane. “He won over 1000 short track races, and I’m not sure if I want to take the ’90’ off the car now, but we had such an awesome car today. Yesterday, we didn’t even practice, but we knew we had a good car. I can’t thank that guy over there, Jason Stanley, enough because we’ve worked really hard on this car and we’ve been really, really good and really fast everywhere we go. To finally get a CARS Tour win, in a crazy race like that, I don’t think the fans could get any better of a show than that. That was the best racing I’ve ever been a part of, and if I was a fan, that’d be one of the best races I’ve ever seen.

know, because the pressure was really getting to me racing against Austin McDaniel and Anthony Alfredo who won both the twins here earlier in the year. This is awesome.”

Alfredo, McDaniel, Brandon Grosso in a Dale Jarrett throwback, and Ryan Repko rounded out the top five finishers. 18 of the 23 late model stock starters honored a team, owner, driver or other portion of racing history with their paint schemes.

The CARS Tour visits Concord Speedway for the Race to Remember 250 on August 26, the penultimate race of the series’ third season. A pre-race concert highlights the day at 6pm with racing scheduled to begin at 8 pm.

For more information on the CARS Tour, visit their website at www.carsracingtour.com. Fresh content and updates can also be found on the series Facebook page (@carstour), Twitter (@carstour), Instagram (@cars_tour), Snapchat (@carstour) and Youtube channel (/carstour). The series Roku app is also available for installation to see live and on-demand events by following the instructions available at www.carstour.tv.

 

NOTES OF INTEREST:

-25 teams started the event with throwback paint schemes on their cars. Two others were unable to make the event for various reasons but had also committed to throwback schemes on their machines.

-The Landon Huffman team took home an extra $250 for the “Best Appearing Crew” award with his father’s former Goody’s Dash Series crew uniforms, hats, and more. They were followed closely by the Kyle Beattie Racing team who donned full 1960s style, bright white uniforms, slicked back hair and matching shoes to go with the Ned Jarrett scheme on their No. 11 Ford.

-Anthony Alfredo, who entered the race five points out of the lead and tied with his JR Motorsports teammate Josh Berry for second in the series standings, unofficially took over the late model stock points lead by three over Layne Riggs.

-With his misfortunate mid-race, Cole Rouse also found himself on the wrong side of the points battle entering the final two races. The Kyle Busch Motorsports driver entered the Throwback 276 only 13 points ahead of Brandon Setzer but a mechanical failure on his Toyota relegated him to an 18th place finish, allowing Setzer to re-take the lead in the standings by a scant two points.

-Most fans were curious why the event was an oddly-numbered 276 laps. The reason is simple. The last Monster Energy NASCAR Cup Series race run at Hickory, won by Tiny Lund, ran 276 laps, a distance of 100 miles around the .363-mile layout.

 

 

THE FINISHES:

CARS Super Late Model Tour
Throwback 276
Hickory Motor Speedway – August 5, 2017

POS        NUM     DRIVER LAPS      REASON OUT
1.            00           Tate Fogleman  138
2.            54           Matt Craig           138
3.            4              Brandon Setzer 138
4.            26           Bubba Pollard    138
5.            58           Tyler Ankrum     138
6.            7              Tyler Church       137
7.            33           Bradley McCaskill  137
8.            49           Jeff Batten          137
9.            6              Matt Wallace     137
10.          17           Mike Speeney   137
11.          34           Nolan Pope        137
12.          88           Garrett Jones     137
13.          87           Matt Thomas     137
14.          55           Hailie Deegan    136
15.          21           Riley Thornton  136
16.          57           Cole Timm           136
17.          11           Roy Hayes III      135
18.          51           Cole Rouse         97  Mechanical
19.          99           John Gustafson 42    Parked

 

 

CARS Late Model Stock Tour
Throwback 276
Hickory Motor Speedway – August 5, 2017

POS        NUM     DRIVER LAPS      REASON OUT
1.            90           Justin Carroll          138
2.            8              Anthony Alfredo     138
3.            12           Austin McDaniel      138
4.            32           Brandon Grosso      138
5.            14           Ryan Repko            138
6.            1              Dexter Canipe, Jr.  138
7.            96           Danny O’Quinn, Jr.   138
8.            2              Cody Haskins         138
9.            37           Landon Huffman      138
10.          11R         Layne Riggs             138
11.          3              Deac McCaskill       138
12.          07           Ronald Hill              138
13.          44           Jared Fryar              138
14.          28           Chris Hudspeth        138
15.          4            Annabeth Barnes-Crum 138
16.          38           Josh Berry               136
17.          82           Justin Johnson          111         Mechanical
18.          27           Tommy Lemons, Jr.    90           Mechanical
19.          11G        Ty Gibbs                    27           Engine
20.          55           Stefan Parsons          27           Accident
21.          18           Evan Swilling             27           Accident
22.          22           Craig Moore              27           Accident
23.          51           Robert Tyler              20           Mechanical

Justin Williams Back-to-Back Winner in the Victory Lap Pro Late Models at Virginia Motor Speedway – Tyler Shipp Earns First Sportsman Win

Justin Williams (#2) sails through turn one at Virginia Motor Speedway. Williams picked up his fourth Late Model victory August 5th. (Justin Kern/TheWeeklyRacer.com)

Jamaica, VA – Justin Williams, defending and current points leader, was the fastest man in town this evening during hot lap qualifying, with a time of 18.427 (97.680 MPH), netting himself five championship points. When Williams rolled over the scales, post qualifying, the Concord, VA driver pulled the number six pill inverting the top six drivers. This handed the front row over to the 7A of Corey Almond and 17 of Camden Testerman. Davis Lipscombe, Matt Quade, and Jarred Powel – who would all be players – made up the rest of the fastest six cars on the grid.

Took us three try’s to get the 35-lap feature underway at Bill Sawyer’s Virginia Motor Speedway. Attempt number one was waived off by race control as they felt the front row got on the throttle before the flag said they could. Attempts two and three saw some major contact between multiple cars with the third being the most catastrophic – Corey Almond went around out of four and collected the likes of Lipscombe, Miller and causing just the slightest damage to the 2* of Jarred Powell.

Once the field was able to work the kinks out and get some green flag racing in, Camden Testerman showed the way from the outside front row for the first five laps of the total thirty-five. Justin Williams would waist no time in working his way through the field and set up the pass for the lead going into turn three, the position would be his as they roared out of turn four. Williams would immediately open a huge gap between him and the rest of the field as he would go on to lead the remaining twenty-nine laps of the feature.

Corey Almond, Camden Testerman, and Matt Quade would put on a decent show for the fans behind the race leader in the closing laps battling for position two through five. Mechanical trouble would strike for Almond late in the race, however, causing him to lose several positions. If we were left to guess in the press box it sounded like the car was dropping a cylinder. Almond would be able to hang onto a sixth place finish.

Quade would use what would be the final restart of the night to power his way into second and set his eyes on the leader with a little more than ten laps to go. Even with lap traffic playing nicely, it just wasn’t enough to track down the two of Williams, Matt Quade would have to settle for second. Testerman would take advantage of Almond’s mechanical failure and finish the night’s feature in third while Jarred Powell and John McClellan round out the top five finishers.

“I can’ thank my crew enough for giving me such a good car, I just tried to stay out of trouble there at the beginning until we could get separated,” commented Williams in WhosyourDriver.org victory lane.

 

Current Truckin Thunder Sportsman points leader Tim Shelton (#55) set quick time in hot lap qualifying early in the afternoon with a 20.491 second (87.840 mph) lap and looked poised to collect his fifth win in a row. Shelton would start no better than eighth, however, in his feature due to the tracks win rule. By virtue of the invert, Tyler Shipp (#25) and Steve Causey (#9) would lead the field to the green flag for their 30-lap feature.Causey would use the top groove and cushion to his advantage and take the lead early. Six laps, and a couple cautions periods, were all Shelton needed to work his way through the field and take the lead and open up a gigantic lead over the field. A fast car and late race caution helped Tyler Shipp close the gap on Shelton and eventually work his way around the point’s leader as the two rocketed off turn two. That was all Shipp needed to open his own full straightaway lead enroute to his first career Sportsman win at Virginia Motor Speedway. Shelton, who just looked to run out of tire, would finish second while Brett Adkins, Joe Weiss and Steve Causey rounded out the top five.

Tyler Shipp starts from the pole August 5th at VMS after invert to win first career Trucking Thunder Sportsman feature. (Justin Kern/TheWeeklyRacer.com)

Causey would use the top groove and cushion to his advantage and take the lead early. Six laps and a couple cautions periods were all Shelton needed to work his way through the field and take the lead and open up a gigantic lead over the field. A fast car and late race caution helped Tyler Shipp close the gap on Shelton and eventually work his way around the point’s leader as the two rocketed off turn two. That was all Shipp needed to open his own full straightaway lead en route to his first career Sportsman win at Virginia Motor Speedway. Shelton, who just looked to run out of tire, would finish second while Brett Adkins, Joe Weiss and Steve Causey rounded out the top five.

 

 

Victory Lap Pro Lap Model Results; [Starting Position]

  1. #2 Justin Williams [6]
  2. #47 Matt Quade [4]
  3. #17 Camden Testerman [2]
  4. #2* Jared Powell [5]
  5. #23M John McClellan [12]
  6. #7A Corey Almond [1]
  7. #71 Davis Lipscombe [3]
  8. #1 Dustin Ferguson [8]
  9. #66X Matthew Tarbox [7]
  10. #5J Darrell Dow [13]
  11. #40 Brent Bordeaux [10]
  12. #38 Nicolas Love [11]
  13. #28 Carl Vaughan [14]
  14. #11 James Miller [9]

 

Truckin Thunder Sportsman;

  1. #25 Tyler Shipp [1]
  2. #55 Tim Shelton [8]
  3. #16 Brett Adkins [3]
  4. #43J Joe Weiss [7]
  5. #9 Steve Causey [2]
  6. #1 Chad Beahr [4]
  7. #92 Kacey Gordon [11]
  8. #11 Chase Butler [10]
  9. #06 Gary Wheaton III [12]
  10. #22 Michael Hayes [5]
  11. #01 Tommy Upshaw [9]
  12. #8C Bill Coada [6]
  13. #7 Kevin Beahr [16]
  14. #91 James Snead [13]
  15. #80 Alan Morgan [15]
  16. #0 Chase Burrow [14]
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