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One man’s heartbreak, is another man’s joy. Kennedale Speedway Park race recap 8/8/2020

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Another beautiful Saturday evening, led to a night full of great racing action. There was a good sized crowd on hand at Kennedale Speedway Park, and the drivers put on another great show for the fans. A few of our drivers had a great finish but came up a little short in the tech area, which led to some drivers getting an unexpected win for the evening.

Craig Moss looked to be cruising to an easy victory for the IMCA Stock car division until Ryan Powers would be able to run him down and challenge for the lead. Powers made the bottom side of the track work, while Moss had the high side locked down. After a great back and forth battle for the lead, Powers would end up taking the checkered flag and the win; until tech. Unfortunately while in tech, Powers would end up getting a disqualification for a minor rule violation. This would give Moss the win for the stock car division. Bringing home second would be local chassis builder Daryl Campbell followed by another great top five run by Erik Miles. Clint Nabors would snag another top five and the track points leader Shelby Williams would round out your top five.

IMCA Stock Car:

  1. Craig Moss – 25
  2. Daryl Campbell – 83
  3. Erik Miles – 165
  4. Clint Nabors – 95
  5. Shelby Williams – 82

The IMCA Modified division looked to be picking up, as we had the return of Jeff Emerson, who would ultimately make it a clean sweep on the night, winning the heat race and the A-Feature. Jon White who has be consistently in the top 5 with a win this year would bring home second place. Your current track points leader and dominant driver Glen Hibbard would have to settle for a third place finish. Your feature winner from a couple weeks ago, Jacob Pirkle would bring home a fourth place finish, and Matt Martin would round out your top five in the IMCA Modified division.

IMCA Modified:

  1. Jeff Emerson – 35
  2. Jon White – 8j
  3. Glen Hibbard – 127
  4. Jacob Pirkle – 6R
  5. Matt Martin – 11

Chance Hull would make it back to back wins in the visiting Dwarf car division. After spinning out while running third and having to go to the back, Hull would make an amazing run through the field and with the help of a late race caution; Hull would edge out Danny Rodgers for the win. Danny Rodgers would lead the last half of the race until the last two laps, and settle for a second place finish. Richard Booker put together a good run on the night and would end up grabbing third place. Mike Perlin would be able to hold off a Hard Charging Chase Neill for fourth, leaving Neill to settle for fifth place.

Dwarf Car:

  1. Chance Hull – 151
  2. Danny Rodgers – 94
  3. Richard Booker – 51
  4. Mike Perlin – 45p
  5. Chase Neill – 56

James Skinner would visit victory lane for the first time this season in the IMCA Sport Modified division. Skinner was able to hold off a fast Jeff Reynolds who would bring home second place and yet again, another top five on the season for Reynolds who has been a force all season long. Justin Long would bring home a third place finish while holding off a fast Billy Gould who would settle for fourth place. Justin Nabors would round out the top five.

IMCA Sport Modified:

  1. James Skinner – 17s
  2. Jeff Reynolds – 29LR
  3. Justin Long – 42
  4. Billy Gould – 60
  5. Justin Nabors – 28J

The Factory Stock division would see another great race with door to door, and wheel to wheel action all throughout the field. Trey Smitherman would take the lead early on and never look back making it his third win on the season, but unfortunately Smitherman would suffer the same fate as Powers did in the IMCA Stock car division. As a minor rule violation was found Smitherman would be disqualified for the night, making Jordan Hefler your feature winner. Your track points leader Jeff Hauser would finish a strong second place finish. Ryan Powers would have to make another run from deep in the field and would bring home a third place finish. Blayne Murphy who had a great run going Saturday night would bring home fourth place and Brandon Taylor would round out your top five.

Factory Stock:

  1. Jordan Hefler – 2J
  2. Jeff Hauser – 81x
  3. Ryan Powers – R12
  4. Blayne Murphy – 21m
  5. Brandon Taylor – 5*

Frank Lackey would find himself in victory lane in the IMCA Sport Compact division. Last weeks winner Jack Bransom would bring home second after a couple wheel hops over the tractor tires and a long side by side battler with your third place finisher Mark Earl. Earl would lead some of this race before Lackey was able to finally get around him. Patrick Miller would bring home fourth place and new racer Don Stewart would bring home fifth place in his debut.

IMCA Sport Compact:

  1. Frank Lackey – 41
  2. Jack Bransom – 29
  3. Mark Earl – 47e
  4. Patrick Miller – 24
  5. Don Stewart – 92 5/8

Coming up this weekend, The Texas Winged Modifieds will be back in action at Kennedale Speedway Park. The winged modifieds are a staple in racing history. They may be an older class but don’t let that fool you as they are just as fast as the modern day race cars you see out there today. Also, parents bring your kids out to the race track this weekend as the track will be giving away back packs with school supplies in them. These backpacks were bought by the track, donated to the track by fans and racers. Come out and support your local dirt track!

Pit Gates open at 5:00 pm

Grandstands open at 6:00 pm

Hot Laps at 7:30 pm

Racing Action begins at 8:00 pm

General Admission – $13

Ages 6-11 – $5

Ages 5 and under – Free with an adult general admission

Seniors and Military – $10 Pit Passes – $30

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