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Matt Hirschman Scores Second Consecutive Victory in Modified Feature at Myrtle Beach

Matt Hirschman climbs from his modified for the second year in a row in Myrtle Beach Speedway victory lane. (Charlie Alexander/TheWeeklyRacer.com)

The tour type Modified’s were once again on the card for a 125-lap high-speed chess match for week two of the Myrtle Beach 400. This year track management and officials introduced a brand new component to the race – stages!

Yes, much like what you see in the top three tiers of the NASCAR circuits, the 125-lap feature was essentially split into four segments with cautions coming at lap 50, 75, and 100 with the final 25-lap segment being green flag laps only. A $500 bonus for each “segment win” was announced to help encourage the drivers to get up on the wheel as the modified portion of the weekend has been known for major tire conservation due to the abrasive track surface and soft tires the cars run.

Jim Zacharies was the fastest man in town earlier in the afternoon during group qualifying posting a lap of 19.755 to earn the pole position. Bobby Measmer Jr., Timmy Solomito, George Brunnhoelzl III, and Patrick Emerling rounded out the starting five when it came down to the race.

Zacharies and Solomito looked to be the early favorites when the green was displayed jumping out to a massive lead. The two would trade the top spot several times before placing a handful of cars a lap down. Solomito was able to take the lead from Zacharies just before the end of the first segment and pick up an extra $500 bucks. Zachaires would not pit during the caution and stay out on the track to retake the lead and eventually win the second stage, however, issues would prevent the pole sitter from even finishing the race. Both Bobby Measmer and Hirschman turned the wick up as the field went back green in the third segment. So much in fact that Measmer was able to power his way to the top spot, bringing Hirschman with him. Measmer was just in a league of his own as laps clicked off and drove away from the field to collect the lap 100-segment bonus.

Hirschman, the fifth different race leader, would inherit the race lead for the final 25-lap segment after The Weekly Racer learned that Bobby Measmer was penalized for entering pit lane to early at the lap 100 break. The break, if you will, was enough for Hirschman to take control of the race and drive away to victory. The race was slowed just once in the final segment as GB3 has issues in turns three and four. Hirschman, however, able to hold his own and build over a second lead over the field. Give a shout out to Bobby Measamer who was able to drive all the way back to the third position in the closing laps.

“There was a bunch of different strategies that the other guys used and were actually a little surprising and interesting to me something to think about,” Hirschman said in victory lane. “They put up the $500 for the stages so it was something to shoot for. We were close on the last one and ended up second, the seventeen [Measmer] was just really good there and drove away. I knew I wasn’t going to be able to run him back down. It worked out; we lead the laps we wanted to and the most important one, the last one. A couple of guys picked up some money and it would have been nice to add to our win total but we can’t complain, we came here with the goal to win the race. I am really happy to PD Motorsports; two years in a row to win this race its great.”

 

Modified UNOFFICIAL Results 

1 #60 Matt Hirschman 125
2 #4M Jason Myers 125
3 #17M Bobby Measmer Jr. 125
4 #3 Daren Scherer 125
5 #17B Danny Bohn 125
6 #11M Burt Myers 125
7 #7NY Timmy Solomito 125
8 #07 Patrick Emerling 125
9 #00 Jeff Fultz 125
10 #18Y Daniel Yates 125
11 #4TR Jason Tutterow 125
12 #79 George Brunnhoelzl III 124
13 #12N Mike Norman 122
14 #48 Johnny Kay 113
15 #71 Jim Zacharies 99

Chris Humblet Dominates Modified Opener at Dominion; E.J. Kinney Back in Victory Lane in UCAR Feature

Thornburg, VA – Eric Fowlkes was the fastest car in group qualifying this past weekend at Dominion Raceway as the IMCA style modifieds took to the high-banked, .400-mile oval for the second to last time in 2017. Fowlkes earned the pole by laying down a 15.819 (91.03 mph) second lap. He would, however, take the green flag in the third position after inverting the top three on the grid. Handing the front row over to defending track champion Chris Humblet. Adam Medek would keep his second-place qualifying position while points leader Jimmy Humblet started fourth and Tony Fowler rounding out the fastest five qualifiers.

The invert seemed to be just what the doctor ordered for Chris, who wasted zero time jumping out to the lead, commanding the pace of the race. An early caution slowed the pace of Chris Humblet, giving pole winner Fowlkes another shot to get around the defending champ but could not do so. He and Jimmy Humblet would settle in line clicking off laps.

The field would be slowed two more times due to the yellow flag. The third and final time after the entire front stretch was blocked and multiple cars received damage. Things got wild when Adam Medek got loose off turn four in front of half the field with fewer than ten laps to go. Ends up over correcting and heading back towards the outside wall when mayhem ensued. Mike Bedner, Bubba Johnston, Tony Fowler, and Ryan Pritt all got a piece of the action that brought out the red flag. Medek was the only one not able to rejoin the field.

Fowlkes looked to capitalize on what would be the final restart. With a solid run off of turn four Fowlkes would lead at least one of the 35-laps before a small hiccup allowed Chris Humblet to take the top spot back. With not enough laps left on the board, Fowkles would be forced to settle with a second place finish over Jimmy Humblet, Bubba Johnston, and Warren Lipford – who by the way was able to replace the motor in his No. 43 modified that he lost earlier in the day.

The Modifieds will be back in action one final time this season on October 21st where a champion will be crowned.

 

No. 55 E.J. Kenny celebrates his third victory of the 2017 campaign at Dominion Raceway on October 14, 2017. (Photo: Charlie Alexander/King Charles Photography)

E.J. Kenny found his way back to Radley Chevrolet Victory lane this past weekend after starting on the front row in the 25-lap UCAR feature. Kenny was the fastest car in group qualifying over Daniel Thomas, Aaron Donnelly, Alex Ayers, and Kris Kurtz. Kenny and Thomas would simply swap spots on the front row after the invert was determined to be the top two.

Thomas, who was a regular competitor at Southside Speedway this year, proved that he earned his position at the front of the field when the green flag was displayed leading the first twelve circuits. In a race that only witnessed two caution periods, but a ton of action throughout the field, Kenny was able to work his way around the No. 72 of Thomas for the top spot and it was pretty much game over after that. The win was Kenny’s third official victory of the 2017 season. Daniel Thomas was able to hang onto a second place finish in just his third start this season. Don Schumann and Alex Ayers – another Southside Speedway regular –would finish third and fourth respectively. Rounding out the top five finishers was the No. 31 of Aaron Donnelly who clinched the 2017 UCAR track championship with 19 starts, 6 wins, 14 top fives, and 19 top ten finishes.

 

Modified UNOFFICIAL Results:

  1. #20 Chris Humblet; 35
  2. #2 Eric Fowlkes; 35
  3. #11 Jimmy Humblet; 35
  4. #51 Bubba Johnston; 35
  5. #43 Warren Lipford; 35
  6. #4 Ryan Pritt; 35
  7. #5 Tony Fowler; 33
  8. #29 Adam Medek; 23
  9. #99 Mike Bedner; 23
  10. #88 Harvey Thomas; 23

 

UCAR UNOFFICIAL Results:

  1. #55 E.J. Kenny; 25
  2. #72 Daniel Thomas; 25
  3. #11 Don Schumann; 25
  4. #96 Alex Ayers; 25
  5. #31 Aaron Donnelly; 25
  6. #2 Kris Kurtz; 25
  7. #40 Cameron Ruggles; 25
  8. #8 James Johnson; 25
  9. #39 Andrew Lang; 25
  10. #77j Jack Johnston; 25
  11. #15 Mark Marshall; 25
  12. #68 Brandon Coates; 24
  13. #1 Michael Frayser; 24
  14. #3 Ed Johnson; 24
  15. #13 BeeJay Anderson; 13
  16. #16 Derek Hoak; 4
  17. #71 Jon Pritt; 1
  18. #12 Ryan Pritt; 1

Doug Coby Wins Big in 2017 Summer Slam 150 at Charlotte Motor Speedway

Doug Coby works through turn three on his way to victory in the 2017 Summer Slam 150. (Hunter Thomas/NASCAR Home Tracks)

Concord, NC – When you are on, you are on. This weekend at Charlotte Motor Speedway, defending series champion Doug Coby was just that, on. Spending most of the practice in either the third or fourth position on the leaderboard, Coby turned up the wick when it came time to qualify. A 15.211-second lap was all it took for the Milford, Connecticut driver to win the Coors Light Pole Award over Danny Bohn, Bobby Measmer, Jr., Ryan Preece and Derek Kraus.

Things looked to be a little hairy once the green flag was displayed. Blame it on some of the leftover effects of the recent full moon or the atmosphere of Charlotte but, half of the starting field got tangled up in a wreck very early on down in turns one and two. For the most part, everyone was able to drive away from the wreckage and return to the race, one dominated mostly by current series point’s leader, Doug Coby.

Defending race winner, Ryan Preece, haunted the rear nerf bar of Coby for the first 80-laps of the 150-lap feature. He would eventually have to retire from the race early with a broken brake rotor. This left Doug Coby to deal with the likes of Danny Bohn and Corey LaJoie. LaJoie would retire his Dunleavy Truck and Trailer Repair machine just twenty-nine laps later, he too with issues.

This left Coby and Bohn to settle the race win between the two of them. It looked as if Bohn was going to steal a victory after taking the lead out of turn two on a restart just before lap one hundred. The seasoned veteran that Coby is just stayed right in his tire and used lap traffic to his advantage to regain the lead with a bold pass on the outside, going three wide through four, with just eleven laps to go.

Once Coby cleared the traffic it was all she wrote and he went on to pick up the victory. Danny Bohn, Calvin Carroll, Jamie Tomaino, and Bobby Measmer, Jr. would round out the top five finishers.

 

NWMT Summer Slam 150 Results

  1. #2 Doug Coby; 150
  2. #65 Danny Bohn; 150
  3. #39 Calvin Carroll; 149
  4. #99 Jamie Tomaino: 149
  5. #14A Bobby Measmer, Jr.;148
  6. #77 Derek Kraus; 147
  7. #74 CJ Lehmann; 147
  8. #72 Lauren Edgerton;141
  9. #11 Corey LaJoie; 109
  10. #7 Ryan Preece; 80
  11. #75 Jeremy Gerstner; 66
  12. #14 Trey Hutchens III; 58

Points Leader Doug Coby Grabs Front Row Bragging Rights For Special Event

NASCAR Whelen Modified Tour points leader Doug Coby won the Coors Light Pole Award for the Southern Slam 150 at Charlotte Motor Speedway. 📸 Hunter Thomas

CONCORD, N.C. – Although the Southern Slam 150 is a non-points race, don’t tell Doug Coby not to give it his all.

The NASCAR Whelen Modified Tour points leader was able to slip by Danny Bohn to win the Coors Light Pole for the Southern Slam 150 at Charlotte Motor Speedway.

The Milford, Connecticut, native, who is going after his fourth consecutive title and fifth in the past six years, finished with a fast lap time of 15.211 seconds (59.168 mph) to edge past Bohn (15.218/59.140) for the top spot and win the pole.

Bobby Measmer Jr. was third with Ryan Preece, the defending champion of the Southern Slam 150, fourth and Derek Kraus rounding out the top five.

Corey LaJoie, who was fastest in practice and competing in his first NASCAR Whelen Modified Tour race since 2012, will start sixth with Trey Hutchens III, Jamie Tomaino, CJ Lehmann and Calvin Carroll completing the top 10.

The eighth annual Southern Slam 150 is slated to start at approximately 8:40 p.m. following Monster Energy NASCAR Cup Series qualifying.

 

Pos No. Name Sponsor Best Tm Best Speed
1 2 Doug Coby Mayhew Tools/Dunleavy/AJ Romano Const 15.211 59.168
2 65 Danny Bohn Rustoleum/Dunleavy’s/Bilstein Shocks 15.218 59.140
3 14A Bobby Measmer, Jr. Lead 2 Real Estate/Crispy’s Bar & Grille 15.265 58.958
4 7 Ryan Preece T.S. Hauler 15.326 58.724
5 77 Derek Kraus* Menards/Curb Records 15.331 58.705
6 11 Corey LaJoie Dunleavy Truck & Trailer Repair 15.344 58.655
7 14 Trey Hutchens III Hayes Jewelers 15.505 58.046
8 99 Jamie Tomaino Dunleavy Truck Repair/Atlantic Sprinkler 15.510 58.027
9 74 CJ Lehmann* IGA Food Markets 15.531 57.949
10 39 Calvin Carroll* Power with Prestige/Cruising w/Betty 15.583 57.755
11 75 Jeremy Gerstner Dunleavy’s Truck & Trailer/William E. Smith Trucking 15.780 57.034
12 72 Lauren Edgerton* Precision Powder Coating 15.843 56.807

Whelen Modified News & Notes: Charlotte Battle For Bragging Rights Set For North Carolina Bullring

DAYTONA BEACH, Fla. — For the second time in 2017, unified NASCAR Whelen Modified Tour teams will have the opportunity to compete in a non-points special. The series will roll into Charlotte Motor Speedway Friday night to compete in the Southern Slam 150 on the infield bullring as part of Bojangle’s Pole Night.

Asoutherslam150_2017lthough some drivers entered have already visited the oval, others will be rolling on the track for the first time. Four-time series champion and current points leader Doug Coby is one of those drivers. The Milford, Connecticut, native, who is seeking his fourth straight points championship this season, has seen the track, but has never been behind the wheel around the quarter-mile.

On the flip side, Danny Bohn has already visited the oval as part of the seven previous NASCAR Whelen Southern Modified Tour races. Bohn has four top fives in his five starts and has a best finish of third. He would like nothing better than to break through and capture his first win at Charlotte.

Ryan Preece, who is the defending winner of the race and has five wins on the unified Tour this season, will sit behind the wheel of the No. 7NY.

Coby and Preece are among five drivers who will head into the season finale the following week at Connecticut’s Thompson Speedway Motorsports Park with a shot at the tour championship. Before they get there, Charlotte’s non-points special allows teams to go for the victory and bragging rights.

Race: Southern Slam 150
Place: Charlotte Motor Speedway, Charlotte, N.C.
Date: Friday Oct. 6
Time: 8:40 p.m. ET
Track Layout: quarter-mile paved oval
2016 Winner: Ryan Preece
2016 Polesitter: George Brunnhoelzl III
Event Schedule: Garage Opens: 8:45 a.m., Practice: 11:15 a.m. to 12 p.m. & 12:30-1:15 p.m.

Qualifying: 4:05 p.m., Race: 8:40 p.m.

TV Telecast: NBCSN, Thursday Oct. 12, 6 p.m.
Track Twitter: @CLTMotorSpdwy
Event Hashtag: #SouthernSlam150
NASCAR IMC Contact: Jason Christley, jchristley@nascar.com, (346)-547-2469

RACE CENTRAL LIVE: EVENT SCHEDULE & ENTRY LIST

FAST FACTS: 

The Race: Friday’s Southern Slam 150 is the second of two non-points events on the 2017 unified NASCAR Whelen Modified Tour schedule. The first non-points event of the season at New Hampshire Motor Speedway was won by Ryan Preece.

The Track: Built in 1960, the 1.5-mile Charlotte Motor Speedway has hosted NASCAR events ever since its opening. The track was designed and built by Bruton Smith and Chris Turner. The track has gone through various updgrades, including the addition of lights in 1992. Charlotte currently holds two Monster Energy NASCAR Cup Series events each year, including Saturday’s NASCAR playoff race.

Race Winners: In seven previous NASCAR Whelen Modified Tour races at Charlotte, which were all Whelen Southern Modified Tour races, Burt Myers leads all drivers with three career victories. George Brunnhoelzl III has two wins, while Ryan Preece and Tim Brown each have one.

Pole Winners: In the seven previous races, three drivers have won Coors Light Pole awards. George Brunnhoelzl III has four career poles, while Ryan Preece and Andy Seuss have also won pole awards.

Southern Slam 150 Notes:

Kraus Goes Modified Racing: Though his NASCAR K&N Pro Series West season is nearly complete, Derek Kraus is not done racing for 2017. Kraus will jump behind the wheel of the No. 77 for Mike Curb to make his first career Whelen Modified Tour start on Friday. Kraus has a best finish of second in his 12 K&N West races this season and sits third in the championship standings there. The No. 77 he will pilot was most recently entered in competition at New Hampshire Motor Speedway, where Ryan Newman drove the car to the Coors Light Pole award.

First-Time For Coby: Four-time NASCAR Whelen Modified Tour champion Doug Coby will make his first trip to the Charlotte bullring on Friday night. Coby has 23 career Whelen Modified Tour wins in 203 career starts, but has proven tracks like Thompson and Stafford, those above a half-mile, are definitely his strongest. However, Coby also has run well at the bullrings of New England en route to his four titles. He has one career win at Monadnock and he finished on the podium in both races at the quarter-mile of Riverhead this season. He also won at Seekonk in August. Even though it will be his first trip to the Charlotte oval, look for Coby to unload towards the front of the pack and be in contention. He has never even driven a car on the quarter-mile.

Harvey Enters Former Whelen Modified Winner: Former championship car owner Eddie Harvey will have a familiar driver chasing victory for him in Friday nights race. Monster Energy NASCAR Cup Series driver Corey LaJoie will pilot the No. 11. LaJoie, a NASCAR Next alum, has 26 starts in NASCAR’s top series this season, while he also has one career Whelen Southern Modified Tour victory on the similar quarter-mile at Atlanta Motor Speedway to his credit. Harvey has prior success at Charlotte as a car owner, since Andy Seuss clinched the championship driving Harvey’s car at Charlotte in both 2014 and 2015.

New Venture For Veteran Tomaino: Jamie Tomaino has made 622 career Whelen Modified Tour starts if you combine his Whelen Southern Modified Tour starts with the north. However, through all of those starts, Tomaino has never competed on the Charlotte infield bullring. The Howell, N.J. driver will make his first visit on Friday night behind the wheel of the No. 99 Dunleavy Truck and Trailer Repair, Atlantic Sprinkler Chevrolet. He made three Whelen Modified Tour starts so far this season.

DOUBLEHEADER: Bojangle’s Pole Night On Tap

The NASCAR Whelen Modified Tour will be the final division on the track Friday night, but the Monster Energy NASCAR Cup Series will qualify for Sunday’s NASCAR playoff race at 7:15 p.m.

 

Press Release By Kyle Souza, NASCARHomeTracks.com

Andrew Fortin Earns First Modified Victory at Langley Speedway; First Round of Champions Crowned as Season Comes to a Close

Fortin celebrates first career win Saturday night in second to final Modified race. (Photo: Langley Speedway August 16, 2017)

Hampton, VA – With just two races left in the season for the IMCA style asphalt Modified’s at Larry King Law’s Langley Speedway, Shawn Balluzzo entered the evening with a comfortable forty-one-point advantage over Bobby Gery, who took over second in the points when Matt Carter had motor issues the last time the series had twins. With his motor issues behind him, Carter laid down the fastest lap in qualifying time trials earlier in the afternoon posting a time of 16.795 (84.668 mph) seconds. Balluzzo posted the second quickest time in the session to earn a front row starting position for the 50-lap feature. Andrew Fortin, Bobby Gery, and Chris Flowers.

Matt Carter would show the way into turn one and out of turn two claiming the lead. The Newport News driver would show the way for the first eleven trips around the .395-mile oval. Balluzzo, however, was right in his tire tracks as the two checked out from the rest of the field. The eight-time champion would make his move for the race lead after battling with Carter for a handful of laps. Once the pass was made, Balluzzo immediately opened up over a half second gap over the No. 78 as Carter settled into a rhythm clicking off laps.

Things got interesting as the field reached halfway. In twelve laps Carter was able to track Balluzzo back down as it looked like his car was struggling center off. Right as Carter made the pass to retake the lead, the No. 63 machine of Derek Roberts went around in turn two bringing out the first of three cautions. Because the field did not complete a full lap after Carter made the pass, Balluzzo was moved back to the lead after the race went back to the last completed lap. Oddly enough this happened a second time on lap thirty-three after Carter made another pass on Balluzzo but would fall back to second when McPherson spun in turn one.

Both Matt Carter’s and Balluzzo’s fate would be sealed just ten laps later when contact was made between the two when Carter made his third attempt at the race lead. Race control would move Carter to the rear of the field for what they called aggressive driving, effectively handing the race lead over to Andrew Fortin. Once the race went back green. With the two fastest cars in the rear and only eight laps left, Andrew Fortin was able to mount a four car length advantage lead over rookie of the year contender Jamie Sample. It was just enough for the Smithfield, Virginia driver to earn his first career win. Balluzzo would retire from the race early with issues in the rear end of the car.

 

Paul Lubno picked up his 106th career victory in dominating fashion in the final Pepsi Grand Stock race of the season after taking the lead from Rodney Boyd on lap nine. Lubno set a blistering pace in the eight-car, caution free, 40-lap feature. Tommy Sweeney would play things safe and crossed the line in the fourth position. However, it was just enough for the Hampton, Virginia, driver to clinch the 2017 division championship. Sweeney later mentioned in victory lane that he really had no intentions of coming back and racing this year when the track reopened, however, with the loss of one of their biggest crew members, Kenny Alves, father of Sweeney’s spotter Kevin, Sweeney wanted to come back one last time and win the championship in his honor. With the championship in hand, Sweeney went on to say he is excited to hang his helmet up to get his son, who is excited about racing, into the sport.

Chase McAdams picked up the victory in the Harris Truck Shop Super Truck race. Inching ever so closely to the points lead. The trucks will wrap up their season next weekend, September 23rd. Tommy Gildea of Gloucester, Virginia, was finally able to put the run together he needed to snap Michael Waters ten race win streak. The victory came a day late and a dollar short so to speak as Water clinched the championship. Aaron Leach got the victory under the lights in the HRKC Pro Wing Karts while Brandon Lorah was able to earn the championship.

 

Modified OFFICIAL Results

  1. #5 Andrew Fortin; 50
  2. #28 Jamie Sample; 50
  3. #51 Chris Flowers; 50
  4. #1 Donnie Holston; 50
  5. #60 Bobby Gery; 50
  6. #78 Matt Carter; 50
  7. #70 Curtis Hughes; 50
  8. #63 Derek Roberts; 50
  9. #16 Eric McPherson; 50
  10. #48 Shawn Balluzzo; 45

11. #95 Danny Harrell; 20

Lauren Edgerton Finds Victory Lane in Modified Season Finale at Southside; Kyle Wood Holds Off Mike Rudy For Series Championship

Midlothian, VA. – A new winner was crowned this past Friday at Southside Speedway in the Modified division after Lauren Edgerton capitalized on the four-car invert to lead flag to flag to end her 2017 campaign on top. Kyle Wood, of Richmond, Virginia, entered the weekend with just a single point lead over Mike Rudy in the standings. He would later help his case for promotion to Track Champion by laying down the fastest time of the day in qualifying with 14.844 seconds lap to not only earn him the pole but one extra bonus point. Rudy would clock in just .008 seconds slower missing a chance to tie the points up by no more than a couple inches. Michael Johnson, Matt Morgan, and Lauren Edgerton would round out the fastest five starters.

Due to Southside’s rulebook, Mike Rudy was forced to start the 30-lap feature from the very back of the field due to winning the previous two features back to back. Kyle, on the other hand, would draw a number four out of the infamous pill draw bag forcing a top-four invert for the race. Once the line-up was adjusted this handed the front row over to Edgerton and Yorktown’s own Matt Morgan – who was racing for Rookie of the Year honors.

When the green flag was displayed to the field Edgerton and Morgan completed a high-speed pace lap door to door with Edgerton. Lauren, however, was able to exit turn four just a little better than Morgan on the bottom and took the lead, from there she never looked back. Morgan would try his luck with the top groove to hold off the field but it just was not enough to keep Michael Johnson at bay, who ultimately took the position in just a few laps. Kyle Wood and Mike Rudy followed suit not long after.

Michael Johnson made every attempt possible to take the lead from Edgerton as he stayed glued to her back bumper, even giving her a couple taps in the closing laps but it was not enough to move the No. 7 car off the bottom of the speedway and she was able to hang onto it for the win. The battle for the third position saw plenty of action the caution free race as Mike Rudy applied heavy pressure to the rear bumper of Wood hoping to force a mistake. At one point towards the end, Rudy sent Wood into turn three about three cars deeper than was used to causing the car to step out on him. Thankfully, Rudy backed out of the throttle and let Kyle gather things back up before going back racing and finishing third and fourth respectively. The podium finish was enough to secure his first Modified championship – something his father Rusty Wood did back in 2002.

 

Grand Stocks

Austin Dodge would take the victory in the Grand Stock feature after starting from the third position. Dodge would actually qualify in the second position just .002 seconds behind Dan Rogers who set quick time with a 16.291-second lap. A top-four invert handed the top spot over to the No. 21 of Shannon Smith who did an admiral job at showing the way for the first eleven circuits. However, as it has been all season, Austin Dodge has just been in a league of his own it seems. Working his way up from the fourth position he was able to take the lead from Smith on lap twelve and hang on to the end. The victory was also enough to secure the track championship as well. Rogers, T. Ruggles, Simpson, and Smith would round out the top five.

 

Modified OFFICIAL Results

  1. #7 Lauren Edgerton; 30
  2. #38 Michael Johnson; 30
  3. #19 Kyle Wood; 30
  4. #8 Mike Rudy; 30
  5. #98 Matt Morgan; 30
  6. #00 Tyler Davis; 30
  7. #2 Eric Fowlkes; 30
  8. #5 Tony Fowler; 30

 

Grand Stock OFFICIAL Results

  1. #07 Austin Dodge; 30
  2. #33 Dan Rogers; 30
  3. #40 Todd Ruggles; 30
  4. #36 Mark Simpson; 30
  5. #21 Shannon Smith; 30
  6. #88 Mike Lowe; 30
  7. #69 Ethan Ayers; 30
  8. #89 Cameron Ruggles; 30
  9. #15 Bobby Curtis; 8
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