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Monday, August 29, 2016

Bloomquist Wins Lawrenceburg’s Whiskey City 60

Scott Bloomquist is red hot in the Lucas Oil Series



LAWRENCEBURG, IN (August 27, 2016) – For the second night in a row Scott Bloomquist led every lap of a Lucas Oil Late Model Dirt Series-sanctioned event, winning Saturday night’s Whiskey City 60 at Lawrenceburg Speedway. His win at Lawrenceburg was his 12th series win of the season as he continues to stand atop the championship standings.
 Earl Pearson Jr.; in the Dunn-Benson Ford/Lucas Oil/Longhorn Chassis; finished second, followed by Brandon Sheppard in the Best Performance Motorsports/Rocket Chassis. Completing the top five were Gregg Satterlee, and Dennis Erb Jr.
 Bloomquist set a new track record for Late Models at Lawrenceburg in Miller Welders Time Trials, then went on to dominate his heat race, before finally capturing his second career win at the facility. “I lost my power steering near the end. We didn’t dare get up on that cushion. We could lean on it, but without power steering it’s extremely difficult to drive these cars. It takes about everything you have. I am glad that one’s over!”
 “We made sure that we had some traction coming off of turn four. If you slide across there, it wasn’t too bad. The cautions somewhat helped keep the engine cooled down. We got to about 230 or 240 degrees. The humidity tonight didn’t help with some of the issues the other drivers had.”

Barnes Parks It at OSP in Super Street


Brian Barnes
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(Photo from South Georgia Racing)

AIC Street/Super Streets
Brian Barnes #11
Bobby Morris #98
Dusty Collins #119
Coy Mincey #01
Trey Drawdy #24
Knuckles Shurling #21
Francis Morris #23
Logan Morris #80
Ronnie Perryman #17


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Sunday, August 28, 2016

(Videos) Clint Smith Doubles Up On Feature Wins at Senoia


Clint Smith

Super Late Models
1-Clint Smith, Senoia 
2-Joe Armistead, Jr., Senoia 
3-Mason Massey, Douglasville 
4-Joey Armistead, Senoia 
5-Bubba Pollard, Senoia 
6-Ricky Williams, Fayetteville 
7-Ashton Winger, Senoia 
8-Shane Fulcher, Thomaston 
9-Zach Leonhardi, Cartersville 
10-Laddie Fulcher, Thomaston 
11-Lamar Haygood, Douglasville 
Fast Qualifier:  Williams (16.026 seconds/84.3 mph

B cadet
1-Dennis Lykins, Jr., Sharpsburg 
2-Jody Knowles, Tyrone 
3-Billy Stevenson, Locust Grove 
4-Bobby Arnold, Newnan 
5-Parrish Duncan, Newnan 
6-Jack Mills, Griffin 
7-Ted Minnix, McDonough 
8-Tod Darda, LaGrange 
9-Jeff Carter, Stockbridge 
10-Jamie Nicholson, Jr., Locust Grove 
11-Johnny Stinchcomb, Newnan 
12-Keith Fields, Griffin 
13-Richard Goode, Hampton 
14-Scott Gaddy, Newnan 
Heat Winners: Lykins & Goode

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Wooten, Eunice shine brightest in GIS SC5 runs Gainey, Gardener, Roach, Quarterman also take checkers


Brian Wooten

By Rob Lee

WAYNESVILLE, Ga. (Aug. 27)The stars may not have littered the sky on a cloud-covered evening.
But the stars of the NeSmith Performance Street Stocks shined brightly Saturday evening at Golden Isles Speedway. None was more vivid then Brian Wooten.
The B-dub Express topped a stellar field from three states to win the Super Challenge 5 Series 25-lap feature. He led every circuit on the 4/10-mile, red gumbo clay oval.
“Car did pretty good,” Wooten said of his $2,000 win. “Track was a little off this week. I’m not used to the track being this wet. I don’t like it this wet so I have a little homework to do, but it worked out tonight.”
Rain fell during the day three different times leaving a tacky surface throughout the program. That did not stop Wooten shooting from the pole and then opening the advantage again after a handful of restarts.
The regular GIS high flyers were in the house as well as the aces from elsewhere.
Richie Stephens, Kyle Livingood, Robert Hicks and Ronnie Newsome rounded out the top five.
Justin McRee, Woodstock, Ala., jumped into the Dunn Motorsports High Roller Race Cars house car. The Late Model veteran won his heat, but went backwards some in the main and took seventh.
“They are the best of the best,” Wooten added. “Richie has helped me a tremendous amount and to have Justin start beside me and beat him tonight is just unreal.”

Saturday, August 27, 2016

East Alabama Motor Speedway Top 5 In Features With Commentary 8/27/2016


Submitted by Lamar McClellan
Photo credits: Eric Gano - EPA Photography

Montana Dudley

EAMS Late Model
1 - #55 Montana Dudley picks up the win in flag to flag fashion - was never seriously challenged.
2 - #K9 Dana Eiland  ran a strong 2nd, but couldn't mount a challenge and there were no cautions to give him a chance on a restart.
3 - #4 Dusty Jones battled with #00 Jay Elliott early and held on for a solid finish.
4 - #99 Rucker Orr runs EAMS for only the 2nd time this year - improves on his previous finish by 1 spot.
5 - #00 Jay Elliott was running top 3 early - got shuffled back in traffic.

Josh Weathers

Limited Late Model
1 - #90 Josh Weathers ran 2nd to #83 Brandon Pijnenburg early and took the lead on lap 3 - withstood challenge 1st from #10 Andrew Bailey and then #79 Marc Gooden.
2 - #79 Marc Gooden applied great pressure to Weathers but couldn't get past.
3 - #10 Andrew Bailey had a great run - gave up 2nd on a late restart.
4 - #01 Trevor McMullan arrived late and didn't get to heat race - moved up quickly through the pack.
5 - #29 Randy Allen had a great run picking up his 3rd top 5 of the season.

Lee Hutchinson

Hot Shots
1 - #28 Lee Hutchinson won again - nuff said.....
2 - #42 Jason Newsome captures his 3rd top 2 finish of the year.
3 - #66 Dean Williams gets a good finish in only his 2nd race this year.
4 - #2 Patrick Harrelson gets another top 5 - his 8th this season.
5 - #87 Brad Kirk finishes top 5 for only the 2nd time this year

See you next Saturday night for the big $4,000 to win ULTIMATE race.  Check EAMS face book page for details.

GIS announces NeSmith World Championship to be part of October Showdown finale Washam, Wooten prepare and Collins chases Limited LM bucks


By ROB LEE
WAYNESVILLE, Ga. (Aug. 24) – The stroll down pit road at Golden Isles Speedway this Saturday evening may provide evidence of increased intensity by the NeSmith Performance Street Stock race teams.
Preparation will jump into high gear after the announcement this week to bring the NeSmith Performance Street Stock World Championship to GIS. The 100-lap event will be part of the third annual Showdown On the Coast Oct. 13-15 and will send $10,000 home with the winner.
Saturday’s $2,000-to-win Super Challenge 5 Series will be a powerful preparation on the 4/10-mile, red gumbo red clay oval.
Shaun Washam leads the SC5 after three races. Brian Wooten’s stellar season has him atop the regular NPSS points.
“Our season has been up and down,” Washam said of his Auto Dispatch, Inc./H and S Car Carriers/Queen Enterprises Chevrolet racing out of Nahunta, Ga. “We started off real good, started trying new things on the car and it hasn’t worked out the way we hoped. But we learned some things and what not to do. All in all it’s been a good season.”

“Season has been better than we ever imagined,” Wooten said. “We’ve won six out of nine races, including a couple big shows. I’m just blessed beyond measure.”
Wooten’s Glynn Radiator/Jack’s Tire and Brake/First Coast Hydraulic/Allen’s Pro Trailer Service/Rocketman Race Cars/Chancey and Meyers Motorsports Chevy has one of the three SC5 wins so far. Donnie Ashford and Kyle Livingood have the others.

Robert Price Finds Victory Lane At EAMS Friday Night



(Road Warrior)

1.#16 Robert Price
2.  #G14 Tim Goforth
3.#7 Bobby Duell
4.#18 Tyler Walters
5.#17 Erick Robinson...
6.#99 Brooks Shelley
7.#K9 Trey Fountain
8.#38 Dylan Rogers
Nesmith Street Stock
1.#07S Steve Pate
2. #02 Tyler Turvin
3.#36 VJ McDonald
4.#07C Cameron Metts...
5.#17J Jason Price
6. #7 Chris Arnett
7.#69 Jason Harrison
8.#12 Trey Barnes
9.#1 Jacob Cromer
10.
#17D Derick Mathews  
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