By Don Cook
Fort Worth Star-Telegram
Kennedale Speedway Park (Kennedale)
August 13 (Saturday)
Several area dirt tracks were rained out this weekend allowing for more race cars to come to Kennedale Speedway Park. In the Factory Stock feature, over fifty cars competed for the $500 to-win first place prize money. Five heats and two B-mains narrowed the field down to twenty-four cars in the 20-lap feature. WCH Racing Engines Chase Neil, No. 416, held off Duane Wolff, No. 10, to take the $500 first place money. Chris Davis, No. 98, had a solid run for third, Justin McNeill, No. 189, was fourth and Trey Smitherman, No. 96, was fifth. J. Cook, Shackleford, Hauser, Lyles, and Kinnaird, rounded out the top ten. A full field of twenty-four cars started the feature. Thanks to Mike Frieri and DWB Designs for their sponsorship.
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Modified Feature Winner: Dean Abbey, No. 26, ended up the feature winner in a wild one. George White, No. 10, looked to have this one, but with less than five laps to go, he ran into John Gober, No. 52, going into turn one. As a result of the wreck, Tommy Williams, No. 151, and Brandon Hood, No. 1b, were also taken out. The second and third place cars. Abbey, took over first, Justin McCoy, No. 87, ended up second, Jeff Emerson, No. 35, settled for third, Mitch McMillin, No. 61, was fourth and Brandon McElroy, No. 151x, was fifth. Campbell. Sartain, Thieme, Allen, and Bransom, rounded out the top ten. Twenty-three cars started the feature.
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Sprint Feature Winner: A good race between D.J. Estes, No. 74, and Ryan Hall, No. 79v. D.J. held on for the win. Trey Schmidt, No. 12, was third, Logan Scherb, No. 18, was fourth and Jeff Emerson, No. 35, was fifth. Jones, Thomas, Shouse, Gorham, and C. Scherb, rounded out the top ten. Eighteen cars started the feature.
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SportMod Feature Winner: Jacob Pirkle, No. 141, picked up his third feature win in-a row. Jeffrey Abbey, No. 37, was second, Tom Walp, No. 51w, was third, Gerald Henderson, No. 551, was fourth and Kamera McDonald, No. 62k, was fifth. Nabors, Rawls, Young, IIich, and Robozzi, rounded out the top ten.Twenty-four cars started the feature.
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Stock Car Feature Winner: Mark Adams, No. 82, Westin Abbey, No. 12, and Jay Bransom, No. 29, all battled for the lead. Mark got the win. Flyn Ryan Powers, No. r12, was fourth and Andy Roller, No. 63, was fifth. Hammond, Campbell, Benedict, Blackwood, and Riddle, rounded out the top ten. Seventeen cars started the feature.
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Jr. Mini Stock Feature Winner: Jordan Hefler, No. 2j, got another win. His second in-a-row. Jerrett Bransom, No. 29, was second, Casey Merrell, No. 41, was third, Jarrett Hefler, No. 88j, was fourth, Patrick Bailey, No. 5x, was fifth and Joel Goff, No. 26, was sixth.
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Kennedale Speedway Park's next race is Saturday, August 20, and will feature a regular race program plus the Mod Lites! For more information, go to : www.raceksp.com
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