By Don Cook
Fort Worth Star-Telegram
Heart O Texas Speedway (Waco)
July 4 (Saturday)
J.P. Dowell, No. 715, lead every lap of the $1,500 to win, twenty-five lap Modified feature at Heart O Texas Speedway Saturday night. A good crowd was on hand to watch the champions crowned in seven different classes at the 2nd Annual Texas IMCA Nationals. Justin Radcliff, No. 11j, was second, Keith White, No. 1, was third, Jason Batt, No. 19, was fourth and Kevin Green, No. 5, was fifth. Grantham, Abbey, Sheets, Goode Jr., and Jupe, rounded out the top ten. A full field of twenty-four Modifieds started the feature.
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IMCA SportMod Winner: Jeff Shepperd, No. 17, picked up the $1,000 to win SportMod feature. Jeff was pressured, but lead every lap of the 20-lap feature. Trevor Egbert, No. 78, was second, Jeffery Abbey, No. 37, was third, Robert Scrivner, No. 53, was fourth and Chris Cogburn, No. 601, was fifth. Hayes, G. Egbert, Rawls, T. Green, and Birmingham, rounded out the top ten. Twenty-four cars started the feature.
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IMCA Stock Car Winner: Flyin Ryan Powers, No. r12, had the car to beat, but spun out in turn 4 and went to the back of the pack. Charles Cosper, No. 33c, took over the lead and held off the field to get the $1,000 win. B.J. Dulock, No. 725, was second, Ryan Powers, No. r12, ended up third, Brandon Hood, No. 1b, was fourth and Pat Wilson, No. 7, was fifth. Delevan, Batt, W. Abbet, Rady, and Hood, rounded out the top ten. Twenty-two cars started the $1,000 to win feature.
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IMCA Hobby Stock Winner: The story of the Hobby Stock feature is that Jeremy Oliver, No. 82, didn't win. Andy Roller, No. 63, managed to get around him and took the $600 win. Oliver ended up second, Shannon Dulock, No. 47, was third, Brandon Geurin, No. 128, was fourth and Mark Geurin, No. 42g, was fifth. Wade, Bishnow, Warren, Henderson, and Williams, rounded out the top ten. Twenty cars started the feature.
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Street Stock Winner: Wade White washed the competition. Wade and his No. 68, took the $600 feature win. Tommy Kirkpatrick, No. 4, ended up second, Gary Norman, No. 3, was third, James Cochran II, No. 1j, was fourth and Adam Schwarz, No. 181x, was fifth. Hunt, Mercer Jr., Spillman, Wilson, and Cox, rounded out the top ten.
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Factory Stock Winner: Ray Kemp Jr., No. 45, was the feature winner. Doug Andrews, No. 1, had a strong run to finish second, Ryan Hopkins, No. 4, was third, Justin Bruce, No. 00, was fourth and Rick Morosky, No. 88, was fifth. Guenat, Fikes, Cates, Jenkins, and Permenter, rounded out the top ten.
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Jr. Mini Stock Winner: It appeared that Cameron Cook, No. 04, had won the feature, but he was later DQ's for too large an engine. Colton Rawels, No. 08, ended up in first place. Raymond Allen Morgan, No. 6, was second, Jake Copeland, No. 9, was third, Brady Warren, No. 34w, was fourth and Carlton Brunson, No. 10, was fifth. Six cars started the feature.
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