By Don Cook
Fort Worth Star-Telegram
Kennedale Speedway Park (Kennedale)
July 11 (Saturday)
If you were not at Kennedale Speedway Park Saturday night, you missed a great night of racing. A large crowd was on hand to cheer on their favorite drivers in six different classes, plus the always exciting Demolition Derby. There were several close finishes and even a little controversy.
IMCA Modified Winner: Veteran George White, No. 10, seemed to have this one well in hand, but a loose hood, took him out of the race. Jeremy Montgomery, No. 91j, took over the lead. But with a few laps to go, in the 20-lap feature, a hard charging CAM Chassis Chase Allen, No. 30, was closing fast. Both drivers were slipping and sliding the last couple of laps, but Jeremy Montgomery managed to out maneuver Allen coming out of turn 4 to take the checkered flag and pick up his first feature of the season. Chad Melton, No. 71, was third, Josh MaGaha, No. 911, was fourth and Matt Guillaume, No. 50, was fifth. Harmon II, Green, Gober, Rutherford, and Bransom rounded out the top ten. Twenty Modifieds started the feature.
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RaceSaver Sprint Winner: Chipper Wood, No. 47, was well on his way to victory, when George White, No. 10, attempted to slide under him going into turn four. Both drivers were taken out, opening the door for Justin Melton, No. 11, to take over the lead. Justin jetted himself to victory, but was DQ'd for doing donuts in the infield. It was later over ruled. Chase Brewer, No. 1, ended up second, Jason Howell, No. 0, was third, Claud Estes, No. 74e, was fourth, and Chad Wilson, No. 20, was fifth. Fifield, D.J. Estes, Scherb, Powers, and Thomas, rounded out the top ten. Twenty-three Sprints started the feature.
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IMCA SportMod Winner: J.C. Howell, No. 103, was the run-a-way feature winner. Jeffrey Abbey, No. 37, was second, Jake UpChurch, No. 24, was third, Donnie Blackburn, No. 481, was fourth and Justin Long, No. 42, was fifth. McCreery, Young, IIich, Skinner, and Mohler, rounded out the top ten. Twenty-two cars started the feature.
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IMCA Stock Car Winner: Matt Guillaume, No. 50, got back into the winners circle. He flew past Jay Bransom, No. 29, on the high side, to take the win. Dennis Bissonette, No. 07d, was third, Westin Abbey, No. 12, was fourth and Gary Nabors, No. 95, was fifth. Fowler, Jones, Hammond, Moss, and Adams, rounded out the top ten. Twenty-three cars started the feature.
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Factory Stock Winner: Duane Wolff, No. 10, got past Brett McMillin, No. 61, for the win. Ricky Sessions, No. 7, ended up second, McMillin, was third, Mike Shackleford, No. 09, was fourth, and Willie Tyron, No. 21t, was fifth. Moss, Murray, Ballew, Millirons, and Broussard, rounded out the top ten. Sixteen cars started the feature.
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Jr. Mini Stock Winner: In one of the wildest races of the evening, Ryan Zilka, No. 5k, was declared the feature winner in a very close finish. Kamera McDonald, No. 62k, was a close second, Jerrett Bransom, No. 29, was third, Cameron Cook, No. 04, was fourth and Casey Merrill, No. 41, was fifth. Eleven cars started the feature.
Demolition Derby Winners: Atticus Johnson, Gary Littlefield and Aaron Roberts.
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