FREMONT — Tommy Cook gained the two late design options and Cliff Bennett took both mini-inventory characteristics to highlight racing motion at Angola Motorsport Speedway Saturday night time.
It was also double function evening in the modified division. Stephen Minich Jr. won the very first modified mixer function that was created up from a rainout a few of weeks back again. Connor Landis was first in the other modified characteristic.
The other element winners at AMS Saturday ended up Brad Whetzel in the road shares and Tom Minick in the front wheel drives.
In the late product element built up from June 19, Al Berry was next to Cook dinner. Austin May perhaps was 3rd with Evan Park fourth and Shawn Grace fifth.
In the other late model key, Dager was 2nd to Prepare dinner. Jeremy Wallen was 3rd, followed by Brent Jack, then Grace in fifth location.
In the mini-stock element made up from June 19, Justin Dubois was runner-up to Bennett. Dylan Huffman was third, adopted by Chris Bennett and Art Smith to spherical out the leading 5.
In the other mini-stock attribute received by Bennett, Thompson was 2nd adopted by Dubois, Huffman and Chris Bennett to spherical out the best five.
In the modified mixer element, Minich Jr. won with Jason Timmerman next, Jordan Gatton 3rd, Landis in fourth and Erik Schaeffer inserting fifth.
In the other modified attribute, Johnathon Gatton was 2nd to Landis. Schaeffer was 3rd, adopted by Jordan Gatton and Minich Jr. to round out the top rated five.
In the avenue shares, Zach Henderson was second to Whetzel. John Gibson completed with Roy Barrquillo fourth and Scott Whetzel in fifth position.
In the front wheel travel primary occasion, Minick took the checkered flag with Chip Heintzelman 2nd, Derek Simon third, Chris Harman fourth and Tyler Steury fifth.
A few massive capabilities that will draw racers from will from the tri-condition region will emphasize the racing plan this coming Saturday at AMS. There will be a CRA late product sportsman attribute race that will past 75 laps with $1,000 likely to the winner. The Vores Compact Touring Collection will have the Vore’s Cup 35-lap aspect that will attract some of the finest front wheel generate racing in the region to the Angola large financial institutions. That aspect winner will earn $2,000.
Prairie Heights graduate Cassten Everidge is the time factors chief in the CRA late model sportsman division with 278 factors. He is 5 points ahead of next-area driver Billy Hudson.
The CRA Junior Late Products will also be in action with 3 of AMS’ weekly divisions: the modifieds, road stocks and front wheel drives.
In other racing action recently involving region motorists, Auburn’s Tanner Jack placed sixth in in the Dayton 100 on June 27. That was a JEGS/CRA All-Stars Tour race held at Kil-Kare Raceway in Xenia, Ohio.