Johnny Cloer in the Austin Trucking A19 for the second time, showed what he can do with a good race car. Johnny set fast time, and started on the front row with the B4 of Brian Jackson. But Cloer was locked and loaded, and took the lead and never looked back. Taking the win in the linited class of the Turkey Rumble, Cloer was followed to the line by Brian Jackson and Trig Parris.
Econo Hobby was the first feature of the night with Booger Brooks leading wire to wire, taking the win over former NGS promoter Timmy Millwood, and 2 time track Champion Glenn Grimsley.
Mod Hobby was a strange race that saw Larry Higgins take the win in a 2 lap race, shortened due to a crash and time limit placed on each class. It was a shame the time limit was called because there was a very full field of some very fast cars, with names like Jordan Rodabaugh, who finished 2nd, Greg Ledford who was scored with 3rd and Robbie Greene who was scored 4th, it would have been an awesome race.
Crate ‘s saw Jason Welshan take the win over a hard charging Allen Green and Doug Kilgore, and Craig Reece, Reece was spun and made hard contact before the race even got started good by Kenny Kizzar, both drivers were able to continue.
The Supers put on a awesome show as Jeff Smith stepped up from the crate class with a new car and started on front row with Derek Ellis and lead the first 11 laps before the hard charging David “Coach” Payne took the lead and never looked back he was followed to the line by Derek Ellis, Preston Graves and Gary MacPherson.
Stock pony was won by Robert Mcknight , with John Land, Jason Lowe, and Favid Sullens rounding out the top 4,
Mod Pony was a 3 car race with Billy Callahan taking the win and Ralph Langston 2nd and Briannon Knight 3rd.
It was an awesome night of racing in most classes, I do wish they could of run more laps in the mod hobby class but time limits were announced in drivers meeting so it is what it is…
CYA@THERACES next season