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Brent Robinson Wins the Battle but Hubbard Wins the War at Dixieland Speedway; Brad Cox Earns $1,000 Payday in Sportsman Feature

Elizabeth City, NC– For the third year in a row the Cobbs Creek, Virginia native Billy Hubbard earned his third consecutive Budweiser All Star Late Model track championship with his second-place finish in the 30-lap, double points feature at the eastern North Carolina 3/8-mile clay oval.

Hubbard, usually the fastest man on the property, had to do a bit of chasing to do after Smithfield, Virginia’s Brent Robinson laid a qualifying lap (17.186-seconds) that was matched by none other and earned the ability to lead the field to the green. With the season finale being a double points event and the number of cars registered, Hubbard did not need to win the race, however, did need to finish third or better to win the championship. Hometown hero Larry Jackson could have stolen the title from Hubbard had he finished four positions better than Hubbard in his No. 38 Rocket Chassis machine sponsored by Larry King Law’s Langley Speedway and B&C Seafood.

From the drop of the green flag, it was clear we had all bought tickets to the Brent Robinson show. It was also clear that Billy Hubbard has some of the best luck in the eastern North Carolina region. In a relative caution filled 30-lap feature Robinson had no issues pulling away from the rest of the field while Hubbard had to take evasive action several times to keep his nose clean and facing the right direction. Lucky for the defending champion Larry Jackson was not able to fully capitalize on the hiccups and ultimately would occupy the final podium position when the checkered flag was displayed.

Brad Cox of Youngsville, North Carolina, claimed the win in the special 40-lap Rapid Ron’s Racing Sportsman feature that paid $1,000 for his accomplishment.

Will Pritchard, of Elizabeth City, who typically completes in the Late Model division, elected to compete the Sportsman division to put an end to his season and earned the pole position in qualifying. However, mechanical issues would prevent him from starting the feature.  His misfortune handed the pole position over to defending race winner Joe Weiss. Weiss, of Elizabeth City, quickly took off and lead the opening 19-laps until he too experienced mechanical issues costing him a shot at the win and the big payday.  A fuel pump failure slowed the number zero Chevrolet, and he handed the race lead over to Cox, who went on to lead the remaining 21-circuits to claim his first win of the season.  Past champion Pat Gonzales, who races a limited schedule, finished second.

With a third-place finish on Friday, Troy Brickhouse earned another title in the Rapid Ron’s Racing Sportsman division.  The 41-year old Elizabeth City racer was able to finish one spot higher than last year to take the championship that eluded him in 2018, one spot higher than he entered the final event.

Allen Shifflett earned his second win of the season in the Little Ceasers Super Streets 20-lap feature. Even with his fifth-place finish, Justin Pruitt of Chesapeake was able to capture the 2019 championship. James Hissom Jr picked up win number nine of 2019 along with the championship in the Stock Four series. Last but not least, Rickie Waters earned his third victory of 2019 in the Super Four 15-lap feature. The win, however, was not enough to deny Virginia Beach native Dale Ore Jr. from winning the track championship for the first time in over twenty years of trying.

Double Points, Champions Crowned, Plus Special Rapid Ron’s Racing Sportsman Event Paying One Thousand to the Winner

Ryan Steeley, #101 leads Larry Jackson, #2 and Tom Wilson, #62 in turn one at Dixieland Speedway in the Budweiser Allstar Late Models division recently. Friday night will mark the final event of the 2019 racing season. Five division champions will be crowned. (Photo: K.L. Cross)

Elizabeth City, NC – The final race of the decade at Elizabeth City’s motor raceway will take place on Friday.  Dixieland Speedway will conclude its 37thseason after having the past couple of weeks off from competition due to Hurricane Dorian and other regional races scheduled at area speedways.  Double points will be awarded, and five champions will be crowned following the event on Biggs Cadillac Buick GMC night at the races.

Billy Hubbard leads the Budweiser Allstar Late Model points and is gunning for his third consecutive championship.  To clinch the 2019 series title, Hubbard, of Cobbs Creek, Virginia, needs to finish third or better on Friday.  Larry Jackson, who is currently second, could win the points race if he finishes four places or better than Hubbard.

To be crowned champion in the Rapid Ron’s Racing Sportsman division, Troy Brickhouse, of Elizabeth City, needs to finish in 10thplace or better this weekend.  Mathematically defending champion Mark Gonzales, who is second, still has an opportunity to win the championship, although the Elizabeth City racer would almost need a miracle by having to finish 11 places better than Brickhouse in the finale.

Chesapeake racer Justin Pruitt aims to win his first title in the Little Caesars Super Streets.  To win the divisions coveted award this weekend, Pruitt needs to finish in 12thplace or better.

Season dominator, James Hissom, Jr. aims to capture his first points title in the Biggs Cadillac Buick GMC Stock Fours.  To win the championship, Hissom needs to finish in 10th place or better on Friday.

After 20-years of trying, Dale Ore, Jr. of Virginia Beach, looks to secure his first championship in the R&D Super Fours.  The veteran racer who won earlier this season needs to finish in fifth place or better to win the points race for 2019.

The action on Friday includes a special 40-lap Rapid Ron’s Racing Sportsman event that will pay the winner $1,000.  Additionally, Budweiser Allstar Late Models, Little Caesars Super Streets, Biggs Cadillac Buick GMC Stock Fours and R&D Super Fours will compete and earn double points. As a bonus, a mechanics race will be held, allowing crew members to have their turn behind the wheel.  The Weekly Racer will have you covered from the drop of the green flag during qualifying and throughout the entire night  Gates open at 5:00 p.m. and the excitement kicks off at 8:00 p.m.  Tickets will be available for purchase in person.  For more information, dial 252-771-5151 or visit online at dixielandspeedway.net.

 

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About Dixieland Speedway:

Dixieland Speedway is northeastern North Carolina’s premier action track.  The 3/8-mile dirt oval has hosted exciting Friday night racing since 1983.  Long straightaways and tight turns lead to intense on-track action.  The clay track is 55 feet wide and turns one and two are banked at 12 degrees, while turns three and four are eight-degrees.  Race fans from all over the region have come to witness spectacular side by side racing through the years.  The family-friendly facility offers something for everyone as on-track action keeps fans on the edge of their seats all night long.  Refreshment and souvenir stands are on site.  Tickets for all events are available for purchase in person.  Don’t miss your chance to see why they call Dixieland, the track that started it all. To learn more, visit dixielandspeedway.net or follow Dixieland Speedway on Facebook (Dixieland Speedway), Twitter (@DixielandSpdwy) and Instagram (@dixielandspeedway).  Information by phone, dial 252-771-5151.  Dixieland Speedway is located at 1520 Northside Road in Elizabeth City.

Defending Champion Billy Hubbard Collects Eighth Victory of the Season in the Budweiser Allstar Late Models

Billy Hubbard celebrates his eighth win of 2019 at Dixieland Speedway with family and crew August 16th. (Josh Ranger/TheWeeklyRacer.com)

Elizabeth City, NC – Billy Hubbard dominated the 40-lap Budweiser Allstar Late Model race on Friday to claim his eighth win in 10 starts this season at Dixieland Speedway. The Cobbs Creek, Virginia native started the marquee event on the outside pole and quickly went to the lead after the initial start in turn one.  He would go on to lead every lap and collected a $1,200 check for his efforts.

Smithfield, Virginia’s Brent Robinson finished second, and John Staton earned third place.

“After two weeks off because of rain it feels good when you can come back and back it up with a win,” said Hubbard in victory lane.  “What a season; what more could we ask for, other than a championship.”

Hubbard continues to lead the points chase over Larry Jackson by 14 points.

Elizabeth City racer Mark Overman started the Rapid Ron’s Racing Sportsman feature on the pole position and would lead the entire 20-lap event to garner his third victory of the season. Points leader Troy Brickhouse entered the race six markers ahead of Mark Gonzales and was able to finish the event in the runner up spot.  Gonzales was working his way towards the head of the field after starting in seventh place until trouble ensued on lap nine.  While running in the fourth spot, he experienced mechanical issues that ultimately sidelined the 27-year old competitor.  He would finish the race in ninth place and now finds himself 20 points behind Brickhouse entering the second to the final race of the season on Friday.

From the front row, Josh Letson and Allen Shiflett traded paint in the opening laps of the Little Caesars Super Street division feature.  Letson, who earned the pole after winning his heat race, would lead the opening lap; however, Shiflett continued to pursue the coveted top spot.  The two made hard contact on the backstretch on the second lap that would stack up the field and collected Kevin Webb, Rod Busitzky and Justin Pruitt.  Letson’s night would end after the contact, giving up any chance he had to win the event. Shiflett would go on to lead the remaining 19-laps to earn his first win of the season.

Points leader Justin Pruitt, who started in the sixth place, would recover from the earlier incident to finish second and defending race winner, Kevin Bray earned third place.

Pruitt continues to maintain the points lead by 50 markers over second place’s Dennis Barnes.

From the outside pole, points leader James Hissom, Jr., continued his dominance and led all 15-laps to claim the Biggs Cadillac Buick GMC Stock Fours victory.  Fourth place starter, Trevor Battoia would bounce back to claim second, and Chris Freemon earned third place.

Hissom leads the season-long championship chase by 48 points over Kolton Stevens.  Stevens is only two points ahead of third place’s Battoia.

After a couple of seasons off, Virginia Beach’s Rickie Waters returned to competition in the R&D Super Fours in convincing fashion.  The past-champion started the race on the pole position and would lead all 20-laps to gain the victory.  Lewis Moulton of Gates claimed a career-best finish of second and Brian Harris earned third. Potential winner, Ron Winterburn’s night ended early after his car would not get up to full speed on a restart after a caution flag on lap eight.  The Hertford racer would give up the second position as he had to enter the pit area.

Dale Ore, Jr. continues to lead the point standings.

Hubbard Motorsports made four young fans happy Friday evening as they giveaway two bicycles and scooters to fans in attendance.

Racing resumes on Friday, August 23rdand includes a special 40-lap Rapid Ron’s Racing Sportsman event that will pay the winner $1,000.  Additionally, Budweiser Allstar Late Models, Little Caesars Super Streets, and Biggs Cadillac Buick GMC Stock Fours will compete.  Gates open at 5:00 p.m. and the action kicks off at 8:00 p.m. Tickets will be available for purchase in person.  For more information, dial 252-771-5151 or visit online at dixielandspeedway.net.

 

About Dixieland Speedway:

 

Dixieland Speedway is northeastern North Carolina’s premier action track.  The 3/8-mile dirt oval has hosted exciting Friday night racing since 1983.  Long straightaways and tight turns lead to intense on-track action.  The clay track is 55 feet wide and turns one and two are banked at 12 degrees, while turns three and four are eight-degrees.  Race fans from all over the region have come to witness spectacular side by side racing through the years.  The family-friendly facility offers something for everyone as on-track action keeps fans on the edge of their seats all night long.  Refreshment and souvenir stands are on site.  Tickets for all events are available for purchase in person.  Don’t miss your chance to see why they call Dixieland, the track that started it all. To learn more, visit dixielandspeedway.net or follow Dixieland Speedway on Facebook (Dixieland Speedway), Twitter (@DixielandSpdwy) and Instagram (@dixielandspeedway).  Information by phone, dial 252-771-5151.  Dixieland Speedway is located at 1520 Northside Road in Elizabeth City.

Hubbard Captures Emotional Win at Dixieland Speedway; Trevor Battoia and Danny Bagwell earn first wins of the season

Elizabeth City, NC – Billy Hubbard dominated the 30-lap Budweiser Allstar Late Model event on Friday evening to garner his fourth victory of the season.  It was an emotional win for the 44-year old driver from Cobbs Creek, Virginia who recently lost his father, William Hubbard on June 5th.

“This one’s for him,” said Hubbard in victory lane following the race.  He was surrounded by team and family members who reflected on the night and on the life his father led.

Larry Jackson started the feature in third place and quickly moved into the runner up position to begin his attempt to overtake Hubbard.  While running in third place on lap seven, Knotts Island, North Carolina’s Tom Wilson experienced mechanical problems that would sideline the veteran front running racer whose average finish before this event was 2.6.

Jackson ultimately finished the event in second with Sherman Underwood securing the third and final podium finish.  It was Underwood’s best finish of the season.

Following his win, Hubbard moves from third to second in the points, swapping places with Wilson. Hubbard trails championship leader Larry Jackson by 12 markers headed into the next points-paying race on June 28th.

Mark Gonzales led flag to flag en route to his third win of the season in the Rapid Ron’s Racing Sportsman division.  The 27-year old Elizabeth City racer put his Chevrolet to the point and never looked back, holding off Troy Brickhouse who finished the 20-lap feature in the runner up position.  Mark Overman earned third place, his best finish of the season after taking nearly five years off from competition.

Seven yellow flags slowed the race due to spins, debris and a three-car incident on lap 16 that transpired on the front stretch involving Devin Weatherly, Nick Odell and Lee Waddell. Weatherly was involved in two other spins before that on laps 10 and 11.  In the first half of the race, Weatherly had his Chevrolet Camaro near the front of the field, hovering around third place.

Gonzales padded his points lead following the victory.  He left Friday nights races with 126 points, now eight markers over second place Brickhouse and 34 ahead of third places Joe Weiss.

Veteran racer Dennis Barnes steered his Chevrolet Monte Carlo to winner’s circle for the third time in 2019 in the Little Caesars Super Street division.  The Camden racer had to contend with another seasoned competitor in Allen Shiflett.  Shiflett started the 20-lap race on the pole position and quickly found himself in the clutches of Barnes, who started on the outside pole.  Shiflett would later credit his lack of winning performance to the tire setup compared to track conditions.

Following Barnes across the finish line was Justin Pruitt, who earned second and Shiflett claimed third.

With the win, Barnes broke the points tie over Pruitt and takes sole possession as the series championship leader by two markers headed into Friday night’s races.

It was the survival of the fittest for the Biggs Cadillac, Buick, GMC Stock Fours 15-lap feature event. The attrition rate was elevated as multiple drivers experienced mechanical issues and cut tires.  The most significant one occurred on lap five when points and race leader James Hissom, Jr.’s car began to smoke heavily while exiting turn two.  Immediately following that the vehicle erupted into flames on the backstretch as his engine expired, forcing the Moyock competitor to the garage and out of contention for the win.

Two laps later, front runners Justin Bohn and Louise Pasderetz tangled on the front stretch entering turn one, adding these two drivers to the list of disappointed racers.

Finally, on the eighth circuit, third place contender Chris Freemon cut a tire, dousing any hopes of a top finish.

In the end, Trevor Battoia of Elizabeth City was able to hold off Kolton Stevens to claim the win. It was Battoia’s first win since August 24thof last year and Steven’s best finish ever.  David Simmond’s, Jr. earned third place, also accomplishing a career best.

Despite a poor finish, Hissom, Jr. continues to lead the point standings, although at a narrower margin.

Danny Bagwell picked up his first win Friday in the R & D Excavating Super Fours division, holding off Windsor, North Carolina father-son duo Kyle and James Barnes who finished second and third respectively in the race that highlighted Father’s Day weekend.  With the win, Bagwell overtakes Dale Ore, Jr. as the points leader.

Sarah Whitsell earned the kids in Go Karts victory edging out defending winner Carter Weiss at the finish line.

The host of Performance Racing Network’s At the Track, Lenny Batycki from Charlotte was on hand Friday evening to promote and cover the action at the raceway.  He featured the winners on his segment on SiriusXM NASCAR radio’s The Front Stretch with Pat Patterson Saturday morning.  PRN’s At the Track weekly radio show highlights personalities and stories from grassroots racing and can be found on broadcast radio stations, the free PRN app and iTunes.

Racing resumes for the sixth time this season on Friday evening with a major $4,000 to win two-barrel Late Model championship race.  The Rapid Ron’s Racing Sportsman, Little Caesars Super Streets and Biggs Cadillac, Buick, GMC Stock Fours will also compete.  Gates open at 5:00 p.m.  Racing begins at 8:00 p.m.  Tickets will be available for purchase in person.  For more information dial 252-771-5151 or visit online at dixielandspeedway.net.

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About Dixieland Speedway:

 

Dixieland Speedway is northeastern North Carolina’s premier action track.  The 3/8-mile dirt oval has hosted exciting Friday night racing since 1983.  Long straightaways and tight turns lead to intense on-track action.  The clay track is 55 feet wide and turns one and two are banked at 12 degrees, while turns three and four are eight-degrees.  Race fans from all over the region have come to witness spectacular side by side racing through the years.  The family-friendly facility offers something for everyone as on-track action keeps fans on the edge of their seats all night long.  Refreshment and souvenir stands are on site.  Tickets for all events are available for purchase in person.  Don’t miss your chance to see why they call Dixieland, the track that started it all.  To learn more, visit dixielandspeedway.net or follow Dixieland Speedway on Facebook (Dixieland Speedway), Twitter (@DixielandSpdwy) and Instagram (@dixielandspeedway).  Information by phone, dial 252-771-5151.  Dixieland Speedway is located at 1520 Northside Road in Elizabeth City.

Billy Hubbard and Tom Wilson Split Twin Bill at Dixieland Speedway

#38 Billy Hubbard powers through turns three and four to pick up his third win of the 2019 season. (📸 Charlie Alexander/King Charles Photography)

Elizabeth City, NC– Racing action returned to the 3/8-mile clay oval located in eastern North Carolina after a wild night of racing under the full moon the week prior. New winners were crowned and tempers flared both on and off the racing surface.

Budweiser All-Star Late Model point’s leader Billy Hubbard once again was the fastest man on the property as the sun was setting over turn one.  Hubbard was able to lay down a 17.473 (77.262 mph) second lap to claim the pole position for the first of two twenty-lap features. Hubbard’s lap was a full two-tenths of a second faster than his front row running mate Ryan Steeley. Tom Wilson, Larry Jackson, and Kerry King rounded out the starting five.

Once the field came to life at the direction of flagman Chris Bechtel, Hubbard jumped on the throttle and immediately opened a gap on the pack. Steeley tried with all of his might to get the car down to the bottom groove as they sailed into turn one but pushed up the speedway allowing Tom Wilson to occupy the second position. The race would be slowed shortly after the green flag for the first caution period of the night after ninth-place start Chip Kyper went around in turns three and four.

With no debris or cleanup to complete the field was sent back to green flag racing rather quickly and once again Hubbard created more than ample distance between himself and the rest of the field by the time they returned to turn on. With Hubbard checked out that left us to watch the battle for second between Tom Wilson and Larry Jackson – Jackson would eventually take the position.

Hubbard had his hands full three more times throughout the feature as incidents happened around the speedway to bring out the yellow. That didn’t matter for the defending champion; as he took charge of every restart, keeping his control over the rest of the field and going on to win his third race of the season. Larry Jackson would be able to hold off the hard-charging Tom Wilson – who completed the podium finishers. Ryan Steeley and Brad Rigdon rounded out the top five finishers.

The top four cars were announced at the conclusion of victory lane celebrations setting up a Ryan Steeley and Tom Wilson front row for the final race of the evening. However, something was not right with Steeley’s car causing that team to load up early and head home. This ultimately handed the pole position over to Tom Wilson and he was not about to let the opportunity to pick up his first win of the season slip through his hands.

Wilson powered to the lead as soon as the green flag was displayed leaving Hubbard and Jackson to battle it out for second. It did not take long for that battle to heat up as the two made some contact leaving Hubbard’s right rear quarter panel and spoiler bent up. From there, Hubbard’s car was just not the same. He and Jackson would spend a good portion of the race fighting for second while Wilson checked out. Bigger problems would eventually arise for Hubbard in the closing laps that caused him to come to a stop in turn four. The issue ultimately ended his night, a chance at a sweep, and set up one of the best green-white-checkered finishes we have seen between Tom Wilson and Larry Jackson.

Jackson gave it all he could on that final restart to the point of pulling even with Wilson as they crossed the striped. Wilson, however, was laser focused and hit his marks going into turn one which allowed his green machine to power back around Jackson and hangs onto the lead. With only two laps to make something happen, Jackson was unable to mount a second charge and Wilson would power on for the victory. Brad Rigdon, Sherman Underwood, and James Miller rounded out the top five finishers.

Dennis Barnes started from the pole, after winning his heat race, in the Little Caesars Super Street 20-lap feature and went on to lead every single lap to land in victory lane. Barnes was kept honest in the closing laps by last weeks race winner Josh Letson but was able to get the job done and become the first repeat winner of the season in the division.

Mark Gonzalas was able to echo the efforts of Barnes just in the Sportsman division winning his second race of the season. Dustin Cisco wound up in victory lane after a wild 15-lap Stock Four feature.

Racing will return to Dixieland next Friday night. For more details on times and what is racing make sure you head over to http://www.dixielandspeedway.net.

 

Late Model OFFICIAL Race 1 Results:

  1. #38 Billy Hubbard
  2. #2 Larry Jackson
  3. #62 Tom Wilson
  4. #101 Ryan Steeley
  5. #09 Brad Rigdon
  6. #11m James Miller
  7. #46 Sherman Underwood
  8. #02 Dennis Nash
  9. #1 Mike Warton
  10. #7 Curtis Hughes
  11. #10 Larry Black
  12. #59 Chip Kyper
  13. #97 Jake Rethmyer
  14. #77 Brian Hankins
  15. #KB Kerry King

 

Late Model OFFICIAL Race 2 Results:

  1. #62 Tom Wilson
  2. #2 Larry Jackson
  3. #09 Brad Rigdon
  4. #46 Sherman Underwood
  5. #11m James Miller
  6. #KB Kerry King
  7. #02 Dennis Nash
  8. #7 Curtis Hughes
  9. #1 Mike Warton
  10. #10 Larry Black
  11. #38 Billy Hubbard

Billy Hubbard Kicks of 2019 Season with a $2,000 Win at Dixieland Speedway

Billy Hubbard returns to Dixieland Speedway victory lane in 2019. Picks up $2,000. (Justin Kern/TheWeeklyRacer.com)

Elizabeth City, NC – Friday night racing in Elizabeth City returned for its thirty-seventh season yesterday evening as drivers and fans from all over filled the 3/8-mile clay facility. $2,000 and a shot at the points lead were up for grabs in a 50-lap All Star Showdown. It was no surprise when defending track champion Billy Hubbard picked up right where he left off in 2018 – right in victory lane.

Hubbard was the fastest man on the property right out of the gate as the beautiful sunset over eastern North Carolina. Seventeen cars were on hand for opening night all fighting for the big money. Only one care was not able to answer the call for time trial qualifying, that was the 77 of Brian Hankins, who had issues during fast practice that ended his night earlier than he would have wanted. Hubbard laid an impressive lap of 17.581 (76.787 MPH). Ryan Steely, Tom Wilson, Brent Robinson, and Larry Jackson also made up your fastest five starters.

It didn’t take long for things to get a little interesting and honestly we kind of went into the feature half expecting that. Sixteen cars, fighting for a shot at $2,000, on a 3/8-mile track, no wider than sixty feet; you are bound to have a few issues. Oddly enough the only major issue plagued the field and that came and went early on lap three.

The No. 101 of Ryan Steel ended up parked at the top of turn number two with heavy front-end damage. Things happened so quickly we didn’t see exactly what happened; however, it appeared Steely entered turn one just a little too low, which helped caused the damage. He would need to be towed off the racing surface and his night would end early. At the same time Brent Robinson, who entered the evening as one of the favorites to pick up the victory, also had issues early and pulled off the racing surface under his own power but his night was in fact over.

The race was only slowed one more time immediately following the first restart for a spinning Toby Davis. After that, it was all green flag racing and total domination from Hubbard. Behind him, however, was the battle to watch for most of the feature between the “Green Machine” of Tom Wilson and the No. 2 of Larry Jackson. Wilson controlled the tempo for most of the race until he slipped through turn three and four that Jackson capitalized on. From there he was able to drive away and secure a second place finish as he had nothing to offer Hubbard, even with the help of lap traffic. Wilson was able to hang onto the final podium spot. Kerry King and Sherman Underwood rounded out the top five finishers.

We caught up with Hubbard in victory lane to talk about his night and how the race went for him.

“I was just trying to conserve tires the first half of the race and stay out of trouble with those lap cars, Hubbard said in victory lane following his dominating victory. “They were tough tonight, just couldn’t pick a lane and decide which way they wanted to go. We took our time though and pick our way through there and went easy on the equipment.”

Hubbard’s car looked to be in a league of his own all night powering off the corners.

“Yea it’s not all horses under this race car,” Hubbard went on to explain. “All this crew, these boys do a phenomenal job week in and week out. Without Bubba and Marty, none of this would even be possible.  Also like to thank Sawyers Marine and all he does, Bill Mullis and Langley Speedway, B&C Seafood, Haywood Marine Construction and of course all of these fans for coming out every weekend.”

In other racing action, Justin Pruitt had luck on his side in the Super Street division after the No. 11 of Ben Thomas took the lead on the initial start from the outside pole but had a tire issue following a caution. Thomas was able to get back to the pits and change the tired but was never the same after that. Dennis Barnes, Danny Bagewell, Ben Thomas, and Joe Shannon rounded out the top five.

Joe Weiss took the victory in the Sportsman class followed by Mark Gonzales, Troy Brickhouse, Nick Odell, and Doug Lincoln.

James Hissom Jr. was victorious in the Stock Four class after an epic 15-lap battle with Trevor Battoia.

 

 

Budweiser All Star OFFICIAL Results;

  1. #38 Billy Hubbard
  2. #2 Larry Jackson
  3. #62 Tom Wilson
  4. #KB Kerry King
  5. #46 Sherman Underwood
  6. #09 Brad Rigdon
  7. #5J Darrell Dow
  8. #7 Curtis Hughes
  9. #02 Dennis Nash
  10. #52 Toby Davis
  11. #28 Carl Vaughn
  12. #59 Chip Kyper
  13. #4 Roberts Owens
  14. #44 Brent Robinson
  15. #252 William Pritchard
  16. #101 Ryan Steely