Winners, June 25th

Porter Smith wins…Zane Devilbiss wins…confused? And now, the rest of the story.

Porter Smith put his #7 Smith Ranch modified in front of the pack in less than ten laps after starting in the 5th row. Smith passed Jason Keeler’s #73 in turns one and two by way of the outside line. Keeler made a couple of charges and did get inside the Smith car but couldn’t finish the pass. Porter Smith held on for another win at Aztec and Keeler finished a season best 2nd in this race with Kevin Faddis a close 3rd. In fourth was Danny Bradford and JJ Harpole was fifth. The race was shortened to 20 laps after a number of yellows. Aaron Spangler was out after a crash as well as Robert Reed. Zane Devilbiss was in the top three until a crash sent him to the pits for repairs. He managed to finish one lap down in 13th. So how did Zane win tonight? Read on………

In the IMCA stock car 25 lapper, Rex Higgins took the lead on lap nine from Steve Southern. Following closely behind Higgins was Zane Devilbiss. Zane drove Michael Farley’s #53 this evening and moved it from the 6th row up to a win. Devilbiss passed Higgins on the last lap out of turn four to take the win by .250 seconds. In 3rd was Frankie Hendershot with Travis Southerlin behind him for fourth. Fifth went to Luke Rowe. The rest of the top ten were: sixth-Lee Moss, 7th was Steffan Carey, Kenny Hendershot was 8th, Jerald Wright 9th and Steve Southern 10th after leading the first nine laps. Several yellows also shortened this race to 20 laps.

1st: Zane Devilbliss
2nd: Rex Higgins
3rd: Frankie Hendershot
4th: Travis Southerlin
5th: Luke Rowe

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Winners Photos

IMCA Southern Sport Modified

In the IMCA Southern sport modified feature of 25 laps, uh, make that 20 laps…yep, shortened this one also. It was a yellow fest night. RL Henley led the first few laps from the pole but relinquished the lead to Brian Carey. Carey led a few until Zach Hamilton moved his #14 Hot Chassis-XL Concrete to the front with about eight to go. Nobody could catch the quick Hamilton as he cruised to the win. Zach Rouse did take a hard earned 2nd. In 3rd was Brian Carey, Julie Boettler was 4th and Dakota Kibel 5th. A three car crash coming out of turn two sent Tre Harpole to the ER with a broken ankle. RL Henley spun out of turn two and collected Harpole and Kristi Tenski (Cochran). Harpole and Tenski’s cars were heavily damaged. Kristi was married to Chad Tenski yesterday. Rounding out the top ten were: Joey Klemish, Shane Simonton, Jordan Eddleman, Michelle Reed and Juanita Faddis.

1st: Zach Hamilton
2nd: Zach Rouse
3rd: Brian Carey
4th: Julie Boettler
5th: Dakota Kibel

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Hobbys 

The hobby feature had some close racing with a confusing finish. The checkers were out along with a yellow flag with cars on the backstretch. Some cars slowed and some didn’t. The first four spots were easily decided but after that..hmmm. Dennis Spencer added to his long list of wins by taking this feature handily tonight with Howard Asbe 2nd, Darrell Cordary 3rd and fourth went to Jeremy Bradley. Unofficially, Paul Dorsett was 5th, Roger Nixon 6th and Tommy Valdez 7th.

1st: Zach Hamilton
2nd: Zach Rouse
3rd: Brian Carey
4th: Julie Boettler
5th: Dakota Kibel

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Mini Stock

In the mini stock feature, Breanna “Breezy” Hopper took her blue and white #37 to the front and notched another win. In 2nd was Ross Whipple, 3rd was Tom Gallagher, 4th went to Jim Griffin and fifth Brandi Morrow. Shelly Griffin rounded out the top six.

1st: Breanna “Breezy” Hopper
2nd: Ross Whipple
3rd: Tom Gallagher
4th: Jim Griffin
5th: Brandi Morrow

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Suitcase Race

Larry Bradley won the suitcase race at intermission over Steffan Carey and Frankie Hendershot. The prize….a new tire for his stock car.

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