By Don Cook
Fort Worth Star-Telegram
Kennedale Speedway Park (Kennedale)
April 2 (Saturday)
It was another great night of racing at Kennedale Speedway Park. Almost two hundred race cars competed for cash, points and bragging rights. There was some serious racing going on from 7 p.m. to midnight. In the IMCA Modified feature, Aaron Benedict, No. 77a, held off a hard charging William Gould, No. 60, for the feature win. Austin Carter, No. 44, was third, Marvin Skinner, No. 27s, was fourth and Kevin Green, No. 5, was fifth. Campbell, D. Carter, McMillin, McKinney, and Guillaume, rounded out the top ten. Twenty-five cars started the feature.
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Sprint Feature Winner: Claud Estes, No. 74e, was declared the feature winner. Marcus Thomas, No. 15t, appeared to win the race, but was later DQ'd. Chad Wilson, No. 20, came in second, Payton Williams, No. 22x, was third, Bryan Debrick, No. 10x, was fourth and Scott Scherb, No. 68, was fifth. Mark Klis Jr., Wood, Logan Scherb, Lucito, and Lucas Scherb, rounded out the top ten. Twenty-four cars started the feature.
To view a video of the Logan Payne's wreck and the Sprint feature, click on the video below:
SportMod Feature Winner: Jacob Pirkle, No. 141, was the feature winner. Local Frank Lackey, No. 41m, had a great run for second, Paul Scrivner, No. 14, was third, Jeffrey Abbey, No. 37, was fourth and Dean Abbey, No. 17, was fifth. Unchurch, Ortega, Thomas, Wellborn, and J. Skinner, rounded out the top ten. Twenty-four cars started the feature.
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Stock Car Feature Winner: Westin Abbey, No. 12, was the feature winner. Craig Moss, No. 25, was second, Eric Jones, No. 84x, was third, Juston McCullough, No. 47, was fourth and Flyin Ryan Powers, No. r12, was fifth. Riddle, Taylor, J. Bransom, Damon Hammond and Campbell, rounded out the top ten. Twenty-five cars started the feature.
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Factory Stock Feature Winner: Chase Neil, No. 416, had the fastest Factory Stock car, but he didn't pass tech, giving the win to Trey Smitherman, No. 96. Trey had just missed winning a features the past couple of weeks. Randy Buttery, No. 06, was second, Tim Murray, No. 20, was third, Cameron Cook, No. 04c, was fourth and J.D. Millirons, No. 29, was fifth. Roan, Miller, Tindol, Robinson, and Birmingham, rounded out the top ten. Twenty-four cars started the feature.
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Jr. Mini Stock Feature Winner: Jordan Hefler, No. 2j, picked up the win. Blake Clark, No. 88, was second, Jarrett Hefler, No. 88j, was third, Casey Merrell, No. 41, was fourth and Jerrett Bransom. No. 29, was fifth. Shipman, and Golf, rounded out the field. Seven cars started the feature.
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Dwarf Car Feature Winner: Little Joe Shedden, No. 138, made it three wins in-a-row, David Garland, No. 02, was second, Scott Prejean, No. 71, was third, No. 15, was fourth, and No. 5, was fifth. Twenty-six cars started the feature.
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