By Don Cook
Fort Worth Star-Telegram
Heart O Texas Speedway (Waco)
August 21 (Friday)
Seth Bergman, No. 23, slipped past Ray Allen Kulhanek, No. 21t, on the final lap of the $3,000 to win ASCS Sprint feature sponsored by Southern Trailer Works ASCS Gulf South Region presented by Griffith Truck and Equipment at Heart O Texas Speedway Friday night. This was the 10th win of the year for Bergman and his first Gulf South Region win of the 2015 season. Ray Allen Kulhanek, No. 21t, was a close second, Kevin Ramey, No. 1a, was third, Zane Lawrence, No. 76, was fourth and Palm Harbor Homes Michael Lane, No. 14l, was fifth. Estes, Melton, Lucas, Martin, and Gates, rounded out the top ten. Twenty Sprints started the feature.
The Next ASCS Sprint race is at Cotton Bowl Speedway, Saturday, August 22, in Paige, Texas.
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Modified Winner: It took Chase Allen, No. 9, three laps, but he managed to power his way past Jarrett Roberts, No. 6, for the lead in the IMCA Modified feature. Allen seemed to have the car to beat, but half way through the 20-lap feature, his car caught a rut and rolled several times. Local Kevin Green, No. 5, took over the lead and pulled away for the feature win. Keith White, No. 1, was second, Eric Tomlinson, No. 45t, was third, Jason Batt, No. 19, was fourth and Jarrett Roberts, No. 6, ended up fifth. Grantham, Goode Jr., Daniel, Spadden, and Goode, rounded out the top ten. Seventeen cars started the feature.
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SportMod Winner: Jeff Shepperd, No. 17, held off the field to take the win. Sid Kiphen, No. 58, was second, Ronnie Bell, No. 69, was third, Terry Buzbee, No. 77, was fourth and Taylor Florio, No. 21t, was fifth. Scrivner, Green, Cogburn, Grothues, and Richards, rounded out the top ten. Twenty-one cars started the feature.
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Stock Car Winner: Benji Kirkpatrick, No. 4725, powered his way to the front. Kirk Martin, No. 69, had a good run, but settled for second, Eric Jones, No. 84x, was third, Justin McCullough, No. 47, was fourth and Westin Abbey, No. 12, was fifth. Cosper, Hammond, Delevan, Hood, and Otken, rounded out the top ten. Fourteen cars started the feature.
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Hobby Stock Winner: Shannon Dulock, No. 47, held off Andy Roller, No. 63, for the win. Jeremy Oliver, No. 82, was third, A.D. Dancer, No. 52, was fourth and Jamie Herring, No. 222, was fifth. Norman, Bowmwn, Bishnow, Hunt, and Zucha, rounded out the top ten. Seventeen cars started the feature.
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Street Stock Winner: Tommy Kirkpatrick, No. 4, picked up his sixth feature win this season. D.L. Wilson, No. 6, was second, Gary Norman, No. 3, was third, Kevin Smith,. No. 181s, was fourth, and James Cochran II, No. 1j, was fifth. Beard, Andrews, Spillman, Smith, and Garcia, rounded out the top ten.
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Factory Stock Winner: Rick Morosky, No. 88, got his first win of the season. David Gosset, No. 0, was second, Dustin Powers, No. 235, was third, Melvin Kemp Jr., No. 542, was fourth and Ryan Hopkins, No. 4, was fifth. Kahanek II, Andrews, Jenkins, Fikes, and Pittman, rounded out the top ten. Fourteen cars started the feature.
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