Wednesday, August 31, 2016

Zachary Telford Gearing Up For Busy Late Season Push

MIDDLETON, IDAHO (August 31, 2016) – 12 year-old Zachary Telford of Middleton, ID has one of the most diverse racing schedules on the West Coast, and he has a full plate of action set for the next few months as his racing season winds down. Telford has competed on both asphalt and dirt in only his second full-time season of racing.

Most notably on Telford's agenda has been a return to Outlaw Kart racing where he began his career last year. Telford has made a pair of starts in August at Cycleland Speedway south of Chico, CA in anticipation of competing in September's Kyle Larson Outlaw Kart Showcase. The Showcase is the largest Outlaw Kart event on the West Coast with more than 200 drivers competing.

Telford will race in the 250cc division as one of almost 50 entries competing in that class. Driving the #17z Penguin Powersports, Precision Framing Inc., Mendiola Custom Homes entry, he will qualify and heat race on Monday September 5th to be seeded into the main events on Tuesday September 6th. Telford is one of four Idaho drivers competing in the division as well. Both days of action can be streamed live in Pay Per View on

After the Outlaw Kart Showcase, Telford will compete in multiple other Outlaw Kart races including events at OMC in Boise, ID and Glen Morgan Raceway in Star, Idaho.

On September 24th, he will head back south to Madera Speedway in Madera, CA to again compete in the inaugural 51FIFTY Junior Late Models series. The MAVTV-televised Junior Late Models are the world's first asphalt full size stock car division for drivers ages 10-16. Telford made three starts so far in 2016 including a best finish of eighth in his debut in April.

Drivers in the series compete at speeds exceeding 90 miles per hour in 3000 pound Late Models. The 12 year-old driver has consistently recorded lap times in the 15.7 seconds on the one-third mile oval, averaging 76 miles per hour.

Telford plans to also compete in Junior Late Model series race on October 8th for their season finale during the Short Track Shootout. Action for the series airs on "Madera Racing" on MAVTV on Thursday nights. Check your local listings!

Plans are also in motion for Telford to make his debut in INEX-sanctioned Legends car competition at Meridian Speedway in Idaho before the season has completed. He would be one of the youngest drivers nationally to be approved for the move onto the quarter-mile oval.

Race fans can keep up on all of the action for Zach Telford Racing and Telford Motorsports by following each respective page on Facebook. is conveniently linked to the Zach Telford Racing Facebook page.

Zach Telford Racing thanks Precision Framing, Inc, Mendiola Custom Homes, Penguin Powersports, RFC Karts, Kevin Sharrah Designs, and Blakesley Sports Media for their support. For more information on potential sponsorship opportunities, contact James Telford at (208) 941-2116.

Final Leg Of Tri-Holiday Series For PCS At Stockton

Mike Beeler won the Firecracker 100 on July 2nd (Photo Courtesy Patriot Media)

SACRAMENTO, CALIFORNIA (August 31, 2016) - Round number ten of the hotly contested Pacific Challenge Series presented by will take the track on Saturday night as part of the coveted Tri-Holiday Series at Stockton 99 Speedway. The 68 year-old quarter-mile asphalt oval welcomes Super Late Models for the third time this year in a 100 lap event for double points, $2500 to win, and a minimum of $500 to each main event starter.

Upperlake's Jeremy Doss won three weeks ago at LoanMart Madera Speedway in MAVTV-televised competition. Doss' points lead is 32 points on paper but that margin shrinks with throwaway races factored in. A variety of factors led series officials to announce that the best nine finishes out of 12 points races would count towards the championship. With nine races completed, the current three drops would place the 2012 champion only ten points ahead of Modesto's Mike Beeler, the 2014 champion.

Beeler won the Firecracker 100 as part of the second round of the Tri-Holiday Series at Stockton on July 2nd and followed that up with a win at Ukiah Speedway on July 16th. Beeler won the third leg of the Tri-Holiday Series a year ago en route to second in the PCS standings. Beeler is working on his third consecutive "top-two" in Pacific Challenge Series points and is very much in the championship hunt.

Manteca's JR Courage is third in the points standings in the Walker Motorsports #37 entry. Courage had a strong July with a runner-up finish and laps led at Ukiah and a fourth place at Stockton. He finished eighth in the May race at Stockton as well.

Shasta winner Tracy Bolin of Valley Springs is fourth in the points after a strong third place effort at Madera. He set the track record for the series at Madera in March before it was broken by Doss in August. He has finished outside the top-ten in both Stockton races this year despite it being his home track.

Rounding out the top-five is Jeff Bischofberger of Tracy, CA. Bischofberger earned his first career touring stock car win at Stockton when he won a 2015 SRL race there. He has a pair of top-tens at the speedway this year. His 2016 season opened up with three consecutive third place finishes and recently he was fourth in the Madera race.

Lodi's Matt Wendt ranks sixth overall and fifth after throwaways and is eager to return to his home track as well. Wendt is a rookie in the PCS after a very successful career at Stockton in the Super Stock division where he won 11 of his final 14 starts at the venue. Wendt has finishes of tenth and sixth this year at the speedway and a best finish of fifth at Roseville on his 2016 resume.

2015 Rookie of the Year Cole Moore has been competing in the NASCAR K&N Pro Series, West but returns to the PCS this weekend with a strong shot at the top-five in the points once throwaways are factored in. Moore is still looking for his first Stockton win while his father John won last year's Firecracker 100 at the venue on the way to the 2015 PCS championship and 2015 Tri-Holiday championship. John Moore navigated through a wild finish to finish third in the July race this season.

Loomis' Chris Scribner, Hayward's Danny Malfatti, and Elk Grove's Mike Hite are other PCS regulars fighting hard for the top-ten in the points. Former track champion Eric Schmidt set fast time and won the Memorial Day race while other local drivers such as Manteca's Ross Strmiska and Modesto's Kyle Gottula routinely compete with the PCS at Stockton.

Three-time All American Speedway champion and 2013 Stockton 99 Speedway champion Matt Scott will make his return to PCS on Saturday night. Scott is still looking for his first career PCS points win despite more than 30 Late Model wins in his young career. He finished fifth with the series in May of 2015 at Stockton.

The exciting Stockton Late Models, Legends of the Pacific, and Bombers round out a big night of racing on Saturday night. Saturday's American Racer Tire Dash will pay $500 to win and a set of tires will be offered if a driver can sweep both the dash and the main event.

Activities get underway Friday with practice beginning at 3 p.m. Pit passes are $40 for all ages. On Saturday, pit gates open at 1 p.m. with practices beginning at 3 p.m. Pit passes will again be $40 for all ages. Grandstand gates open at 5 p.m. with qualifying and racing to follow. Adult tickets are $20 with juniors 11-15 and seniors age 60+ $15 and kids ten and under are free!

For more information on Stockton 99 Speedway visit

For more information on the Pacific Challenge Series, visit them online at or on Facebook and YouTube.

The Pacific Challenge Series is presented by: Penney Racing Supply, Penney & Associates, American Racer Tires, Maita Chevrolet, Tech2U, Compact-It, Northwest Compactors, Naake Suspension, Sunoco Fuels, Five Star Bodies, BrakeOMeter, Lefthander Chassis, ARP Bodies, Joes Racing Products, Bassett Wheels, Frank's Radio, WrapStar Pro, and Blakesley Sports Media. All PCS Super Late Models race ABC Bodies or Muscle Car bodies on American Racer Tires with Sunoco Racing Fuel.

2016 Pacific Challenge Series Schedule
(Subject To Change)

March 19 Madera Speedway (Madera, CA) *Televised on MAVTV, presented by Loanmart* - Winner: Jacob Gomes

April 16 All American Speedway (Roseville, CA) Winner: Jason Romero

May 8 Ukiah Speedway (Ukiah, CA) Winner: Jeremy Doss
May 28 Stockton 99 Speedway (Stockton, CA) *Round #1 of Tri-Holiday Series* Winner: Eric Schmidt

June 4 Shasta Speedway (Anderson, CA) Winner: Tracy Bolin
June 25 All American Speedway (Roseville, CA) *w/ North State Modified Series* Winner: Jason Romero

July 2 Stockton 99 Speedway (Stockton, CA) *Round #2 of Tri-Holiday Series* Winner: Mike Beeler
July 16 Ukiah Speedway (Ukiah, CA) Winner: Mike Beeler

August 13 Madera Speedway (Madera, CA) *Televised on MAVTV, presented by Loanmart* Winner: Jeremy Doss

September 3 Stockton 99 Speedway (Stockton, CA) *Round #3 of Tri-Holiday Series*
September 24 All American Speedway (Roseville, CA) *w/ North State Modified Series*

October 1 Ukiah Speedway (Ukiah, CA) *2016 Championship Race*
October 15 All American Speedway (Roseville, CA) *w/ K&N West, Non-Points*

PCS Track Stats - Stockton
(active drivers in 2016)

#75 Jeremy Doss
Starts: 8, Wins: 3, Top-Fives: 5, Top-Tens: 5

#6 Mike Beeler
Starts: 8, Wins: 2, Top-Fives: 5, Top-Tens: 7

#70 Mike Hite
Starts: 7, Wins: 0, Top-Fives: 1, Top-Tens: 4

#90 Ross Strmiska
Starts: 6, Wins: 0, Top-Fives: 2, Top-Tens: 4

#37 JR Courage
Starts: 6, Wins: 0, Top-Fives: 2, Top-Tens: 3

#27 John Moore
Starts: 5, Wins: 1, Top-Fives: 4, Top-Tens: 4

#20 Cole Moore
Starts: 5, Wins: 0, Top-Fives: 1, Top-Tens: 4

#55 Danny Malfatti
Starts: 4, Wins: 0, Top-Fives: 0, Top-Tens: 0

#18 Travis Milburn
Starts: 4, Wins: 0, Top-Fives: 1, Top-Tens: 1

#5 Chris Scribner
Starts: 2, Wins: 0, Top-Fives: 0, Top-Tens: 1

Tuesday, August 30, 2016

Dave Grayson's Hot Racing Tickets For September 3rd

By Dave Grayson


It's time for the annual fair in Monroe and the Evergreen Speedway is going to play a huge role in the special events. The racing fun begins on Saturday night with Figure 8 Mania At the Fair featuring the Super Stock Figure 8's, Outlaw Figure 8's, the Stinger 8's along with the Pro 4 Trucks, Vintage Modifieds and the Dwarf Cars.

The spectator gates will open at 4pm followed by racing at 6pm. The admission tickets includes admission to the fair, up to a $12 value. Race tickets for adults, age 16 to 61, are $22. Tickets for seniors, age 62 plus, and youth, age 6 to 15. are $16. Kids 5 and under will be admitted free.

The motorized fun continues on Sunday with the Demolition Derby and Fireworks Show presented by Dodge of Monroe. The racing agenda includes a Large Car Derby along with oval action from the Dwarf Cars, Hornets and V 8 Extremes. On the spectacular side will be boat races, bus racing, an appearance by Mr. Dizzy and the spectacular fireworks show at the end of the night.

The spectator gates will open at 5pm followed by racing at 6pm. The ticket prices includes admission to the fair up to a $12 value. Adult tickets, age 16 to 61, are $27. Tickets for seniors, age 62 plus, and youth, age 6 to 15, are $17. Kids tickets, age 2 to 5, are $5 with kids under age 2 admitted free.


On any given night the IEC has the where with all to use their track configurations to create any motorsports excitement that they want to. This will be proven on Thursday night when they turn the back side of the speedway into their drag strip while, at the same time, they will turn the front side into "The House Of Drift."

The IEC's NHRA Thursday Night Thunder program was designed to send the powerful message: race the strip and not the street. The program is open to all types of vehicles from professional race cars to the street vehicles that you drive to work every morning. It's a great way to feel that need for speed in a very safe and organized environment.
This program is also very budget friendly for the competitors. $20 will allow you to race all night, $10 will allow you to watch them race. The gates will open at 4 pm followed by five hours of racing from 5 to 10 pm.

Meanwhile, on the front side of the IEC, Thursday Night Drift, presented by Formula Drift, will be lighting up the tires with their run it slide-ways program at "The House Of Drift." Entry fees are $75, to drift all night from 5 to 9 pm, and $10 for fans to watch the intensity of this program. The Formula Drift will be available from 4 to 9pm.


Furia Motorsports will be taking a break from presenting their usual Lakeport-Ukiah Speedway Challenge Series this weekend in order to participate in the annual Lake County Fair this weekend at the Redwood Empire Fairgrounds.
The fair action begins on Friday night with the Mud Bog Nationals featuring the Super Modified, Modified and Stock divisions. The action begins at 6pm.

Saturday's show, also at 6pm, will feature a Saturday night rumble filled with motorcycle racing, presented by Hillside Power Sports and Marine. The race agenda includes TT action, featuring 12 different racing classes, along with side by sides and ATV action.

Sunday's show, beginning at 6pm, will feature the Jalopy Mayhem, presented by T&T Towing. Racing classes includes Jalopies, Bombers and Jammers with the evening concluding with an always fun and exciting boat race.

Ticket pricing includes admission to the Lake County Fair and are very budget friendly for the race fans. Adult tickets, age 13 to 64, are $10. Youth tickets, age 6 to 11, and senior tickets, age 65 plus, are only $6. Kids under the age of 5 will be admitted free.


It's Hamption Inn and Suites Night at the speedway and the fastest one-third mile in the west will be presenting their fans a fully loaded night of Saturday night racing from the Madera Late Models, Madera Hobby Stocks, NC Pro Modifieds, the MST division, Toyota Sedans, 4 Bangers and the Junior Late Model's 25 lap exhibition race.

Saturday race day begins with an open practice session at 4 pm followed by qualifying at 5 pm, heat races at 615 pm and main events at 7pm. Adult general admission tickets are $15 and $13 for seniors and military personnel. Youth tickets, age 6 to 12, are $7 with kids age 5 and under admitted free.


Saturday night at Meridian will feature a full evening of laying rubber on their quarter mile surface. Providing the action will be the NAPA Big 5 Late Model Series, the Winged Sprint Cars, the Dominos Legends, the Project Filters Pro 4's, the Tele Performance Claimer Stocks, and the Kendall Ford Mini Stocks.

The spectator gates will open at 4pm followed by racing at 630pm. Adult tickets are prices at $10.50. Tickets for seniors, age 63 plus, and military personnel with a valid ID are $8. Kids tickets, age 7 plus, are $6.50 with kids age 6 and under admitted free. The speedway also offers a budget friendly family pass, priced at $30, which admits two adults and up to four kids age 7 to 11.


It's a Labor Day special at Rocky Mountain who will be presenting one of their most popular events of the year: the Doomsday Of Destruction. The oval racing side of the program will be provided by the Maverick Modifieds, the K 1 Speed Super Stocks, the 4 Bangers and the Junior Stingers.

On the more crash and bash destructive side will be the raceway's annual Trailer Race featuring racing trucks pulling trailers, on the figure 8 course, while trying to destroy the trailers belonging to their competitors. The fans will also be treated to a jet car literally burning a vehicle to the ground along with the annual Mascot Demolition Race.

The spectator gates will open at 3pm followed by qualifying at 4pm, heat races at 5pm and main events following the 6pm opening ceremonies. Adult tickets for this special evening are $25. Youth tickets, age 5 to 12, are $10 with kids age 4 and under admitted free.


South Sound will be dedicating their Saturday night show to a true friend of the speedway when they drop the green flag on the Dennis Smitham Memorial Time In. Providing the on track action will be the Legends, who will be running a regional qualifier main, along with the Baby Grands and the Mini Stocks.

The green flag will fall on the racing action at 630pm. Adult tickets, age 18 plus, are $16. Tickets for teens, age 13 to 17, seniors, age 62 plus, and active duty military are $14. Kids tickets, age 6 to 12, are $7 with kids age 5 and under admitted free.


Anytime the Pacific Challenge Series books a date at a local Saturday night track it's going to be a good evening for the fans. This Late Model racing series is widely regarded as being one of the better shows working the west area. The PCL will be joined by the Legends of the Pacific, the Stockton Late Models and the Bombers.

On Saturday race night the spectator gates will open at 5 pm followed by racing at 6 pm. General admission adult tickets, age 16 to 59, are $20. Tickets for Juniors, age 11 to 15, and seniors, age 60 plus, are $15. Kids age 10 and under will be admitted free.

Then on Sunday the Stockton 99 Drift Track will present Northern California Warpath, round 3 of the drift competition hosted by D 1 Street Legal USA. The gates will open at 8 am followed by practice rounds at 9 am and the drift competition at 1pm. Spectator tickets are value priced at $5.

Also on Sunday the Little Stockton 99 track will be presenting Supermoto motorcyle action. The gates will open at 7 am followed by the track going hot at 9am with practice and racing. You can call track General Manager Alan Settle, 209 598 3124, for complete details.


Tucson will be presenting the Hot Shot 50 this Saturday night featuring a 50 lap main event from their Modified division. Also on the race schedule will be action from the Super Late Models, Mini Stocks, Bandoleros, Bombers, Legends and Hornets.

Saturday race day begins at 245 pm with a practice session for all divisions followed by qualifying at 515 pm and main events at 7 pm. General admission adult tickets are $12 and $10 for seniors, age 55 plus, and military personnel. Junior tickets, age 11 to 16, are $7. Kids age 10 and under will be admitted free if accompanied by a paid adult. The speedway also offers a budget friendly family pack, priced at $30, which admits two adults and two juniors.


Operating under the anthem of racing for kids, the association will be packing their bags this weekend to participate in the Region 6 event being presented this weekend by the Little Wheels Quarter Midget Association located in Graham, Washington.

Friday's schedule calls for a full day of open practice sessions for the association's Junior, Senior and Novice racing divisions. On Saturday the track goes hot with a series of heat races immediately following the 845 am pit meeting. Sunday's schedule also begins with an 845 am pit meeting leading into the division's main events beginning at 9 am.

Here's something that race fans rarely hear: admission for this weekend is free. The association welcomes family, friends and other visitors to come and watch their races.

Collins of the SPEARS Southwest Tour Series In at Kern County Raceway

Bakersfield, CA -- Today, an agreement was finalized for Larry Collins to fill the position of General Manger at Kern County Raceway. Collins, the current managing partner of the SPEARS Southwest Tour Series will take on his new position at Kern County Raceway starting October 1st.

Collins will still maintain an active role in managing the SPEARS Southwest Tour Series, and will appoint Florida’s Ricky Brooks as the ‘Competition Director’ of the series. Brooks, one of the nation’s most recognized officials in short track racing, will travel from his home state to officiate each of the 2017 SPEARS Southwest Tour Series events. Brooks is currently the head tech official for the Snowball Derby, the Southern Super Series, Speedweeks at New Smyrna and Competition Director for New Smyrna Speedway, Fairgrounds Speedway Nashville, and the SUNOCO Challenge Series.

“Brooks has worked well with both our race teams and our series officials at the Winter Showdown, he brings an unmatched amount of experience and technical expertise to our series,” Collins stated, “The schedules should allow me to be at most of the SPEARS Southwest Tour events next season. Brian (Olsen) and I will still function as a team in managing the series, with Ricky working with us on the competition side of the things.”

Collins’ family owned and operated Bakersfield’s Mesa Marin Raceway from 1977 to 2005, when the track was sold for future housing development. Since 2005, Collins has maintained his involvement in the motorsports industry, first working with the Destefani Family, who initially funded the Kern County Raceway project, and then Collins became a managing partner of the SPEARS Southwest Tour, a stock car series that competes on racetracks throughout the southwest region.

“I look forward to working everyday to make Kern County Raceway better, at this time my focus is to work to build a great 2017 race season for both the SPEARS Southwest Tour Series and Kern County Raceway,” stated Collins.

Both Kern County Raceway and the SPEARS Southwest Tour Series have work still to do to finish out their respective 2016 race seasons, but the focus has already began to shift towards the 3rd annual “Winter Showdown” which will kick off the 2017 season on February 10th and 11th.

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Hamilton Signs With McCormack Racing For Indy Lights Debut At Laguna Seca

INDIANAPOLIS, INDIANA (August 30, 2016) – Third generation driver Davey Hamilton, Jr. will make his highly anticipated 2016 Indy Lights presented by Cooper Tires debut, signing with McCormack Racing to compete in the series finale at Mazda Raceway Laguna Seca. Hamilton will compete in both races over the course of the dual weekend, September 10th and 11th.

Impact Racing and Piloti Shoes will be team supporters of the race weekend at Laguna Seca. Hamilton, Jr. carries additional personal support from Kingdom Racing, Dahl Tug and Barge, and Cocomo Natural.

The 18 year-old King of the Wing Sprint Car Series champion has been working on a position on the series grid since last fall, including extensive road course testing at Buttonwillow Raceway north of Bakersfield, CA. The Boise, ID born driver is following in his father's footsteps as the latest American racer to translate asphalt Open Wheel & Sprint Car success into an INDYCAR career.

"I'm glad to have the opportunity to compete in the Indy Lights with Jack McCormack and to make my debut on the road course," Hamilton, Jr. said. "I'm looking forward to getting some laps under my belt to have a solid weekend."

Hamilton, Jr.'s 2015 concluded with his fifth Sprint Car win of the year at Madera in November en route to the King of the Wing Western Sprint Car Series championship and third in the national championship. In 2016 he has one feature win and leads the national championship standings by 24 points.

His father Davey, Sr. has competed in 11 Indianapolis 500s with a best finish of fourth. He also finished second in series points in back-to-back seasons in 1997 and 1998. He remarkably finished ninth in the 2007 edition of the 500 after a six year comeback from a devastating crash at Texas Motor Speedway. He tested for McCormack Racing and made a single appearance with them in the Indy Lights race at Phoenix in 1995.

Jack McCormack's racing history goes back to 1966 in drag racing before a successful career in engineering and car ownership across IMSA, IndyCar, Indy Lights, and USAC. McCormack has worked with a diverse range of top drivers such as Sam Posey, Skip Barber, Pancho Carer, Roger McCluskey, Jerry Sneva, Roger Mears, Tom Sneva, Geoff Brabham, and Dick Simon.

Hamilton, Jr. has tested both the third and current IL-15 fourth generation Indy Lights car with more than 15 days in the seat. He will have three more days of testing over the next two weeks before the team will travel north to Monterey, CA for the race weekend at Laguna Seca.

Davey Hamilton, Jr. and Jack McCormack are looking for additional funding to secure a full-time campaign for the 2017 season. McCormack Racing would like to run as many as two full time entries. For more information, contact Davey at (317) 236-9396 or Jack McCormack at McCormack Racing can be contacted at (714) 293-7279.

You can learn more about Davey Hamilton, Jr. on Facebook and Twitter along with Visit McCormack Racing online at

Sunday, August 28, 2016

Partridge Earns A Hard Fought Victory

ROSEBURG, Ore. - Ryan Partridge won the Toyota/NAPA Auto Parts 150 at Douglas County Speedway Saturday night after a late race entanglement gave him the opportunity he was waiting for.

Partridge, 28-years-old from Rancho Cucamonga, California, battled to stay in the top-three for 113 laps, falling as low as third to Bill McAnally Racing teammates Todd Gilliland and Chris Eggleston. It was on the next lap, that the course of the race changed and propelled Partridge to the top of the board.

Gilliland and Eggleston were battling side-by-side for the top spot when the defending NASCAR K&N Pro Series West champion made contact with the Sunoco Rookie of the Year candidate causing them both to spin. Partridge managed to avoid serious damage and took control of the lead.

Despite damage to his hood, the series veteran held off a charging Gracin Raz and Riley Herbst the remaining 36 laps to earn his second victory of the season. Raz and Herbst finished second and third, respectively.

Noah Gragson, Julia Landauer, Gilliland, Eggleston, Blaine Perkins, Ron Norman and Nicole Behar rounded out the top 10.

The NASCAR K&N Pro Series West will make its return to Utah Motorsports Campus on Sept. 10 & 11 for a road course doubleheader.

The Toyota/NAPA Auto Parts 150 will air on NBCSN Friday, Sept. 2 at 7 p.m. ET/4 p.m. PT.

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NASCAR Integrated Marketing Communications
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At Douglas County Speedway
Roseburg, OR
Lap length: 0.375 miles
(Start position in parentheses)
1. (2) Ryan Partridge, Rancho Cucamonga, Calif., Ford, 150 laps, 56.612 mph.
2. (7) Gracin Raz, Lake Oswego, Ore., Ford, 150.
3. (4) Riley Herbst, Las Vegas, Nev., Toyota, 150.
4. (5) Noah Gragson, Las Vegas, NV, Ford, 150.
5. (8) Julia Landauer, New York, N.Y., Toyota, 150.
6. (1) Todd Gilliland, Sherrills Ford, N.C., Toyota, 150.
7. (3) Chris Eggleston, Erie, Colo., Toyota, 150.
8. (11) Blaine Perkins, Bakersfield, Calif., Chevrolet, 150.
9. (6) Ron Norman, Tucson, Ariz., Ford, 150.
10. (9) Nicole Behar, Spokane, WA, Toyota, 150.
11. (16) Rich DeLong III, Santa Clarita, Calif., Chevrolet, 149.
12. (10) Cole Rouse, Fort Smith, Ark., Ford, 149.
13. (13) Alan Cress, Stayton, Ore., Chevrolet, 149.
14. (17) Andrew Koens, Roseburg, Ore., Chevrolet, 147.
15. (12) Vanessa Robinson, Las Cruces, N.M., Ford, 145.
16. (18) Salvatore Iovino, Los Angeles, Calif., Chevrolet, 144.
17. (14) Colton Nelson, Meridian, Idaho, Ford, 142.
18. (15) Jesse Iwuji, Carrolton, Texas, Toyota, 102, rear end.
19. (19) Stafford Smith, Eagle, Idaho., Ford, 88, vibration.
20. (20) Bill Kann, Scottsdale, Ariz., Toyota, 49, brakes.
Race Statistics
Time of Race: 0 hours 59 minutes 37 seconds
Margin of Victory: .826 seconds
Fastest Qualifier: T.Gilliland * (92.390 mph, 14.612 seconds)
Caution Flags: 8 for 45 laps.
Lead Changes: 1 among 2 drivers.
Lap Leaders: T. Gilliland 1-114; R. Partridge 115-150.
Standings: 1. T. Gilliland, 424; 2. R. Partridge, 419; 3. C. Eggleston, 390; 4. G. Raz,
385; 5. N. Gragson, 380; 6. R. Herbst, 373; 7. J. Landauer, 369; 8. C. Rouse, 362; 9. B.
Perkins, 330; 10. R. Norman, 325.