By Don Cook
Fort Worth Star-Telegram
Heart O Texas Speedway (Waco)
May 22 (Friday)
Five time Gulf South Series Champion, Ray Allen Kulhanek, No. 21t, was the American Sprint Car Series winner at Heart O Texas Speedway Friday Night. Coming from the eighth position, Kulhanek corraled the win with local Kevin Ramey, No. 1a, settling for second. Scottie McDonald, No. 88, was third, Raven Culp, No. 3, had a good run for fourth and Lane Whittington, No. 17, was fifth. Lang, Pate, McNeil, Estes and Thomas, rounded out the top ten. Several cars were involved in wrecks. Caleb Martin, No. 51, ran over a Sprint tire at the start of the race and rolled his Sprint. Jacob Lucas, No. 57, got upside side on the back straight during the race. Tommy Bryant, No. 28, who lead several laps of the feature race, had no place to go, clipped the front of Jacob's car and took his car out of the race. The next Southern Trailer Works ASCS Gulf South Region presented by Griffith Truck and Equipment race is June 19, at the Golden Triangle Raceway. Twenty Sprints started the 25-lap feature.
Memorial Day Weekend Madness continues this Sunday, May 24, featuring the Sprint Series of Texas, plus a full racing program! Gates open at 5 p.m. and racing starts at 7 p.m.!
For more info on the ASCS Sprints, go to: www.ascsracing.com
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IMCA Modified Winner: Justin Radcliff, No. 11j, ruled the Modified feature. A full field of twenty-four cars got this party started. Brian Walker, No. 9, was second, Kevin Green, No. 5, was third, Paul White, No. 2, was fourth and Dillion Pike, No. 6*, was fifth. McGuire, Gould, Bragg, Tomlinson, and White round out the top ten.
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IMCA SportMod Winner: Sid "The King" Kiphen, won the hard fought SportMod feature. Robert Scrivner, No. 53, pushed him, but ended up second, Jeffrey Abbey, No. 37, was third, Chris Cogburn, No. 601, was fourth and Garett Rawls, No. 4g, was fifth. Sheppard, Hammond, Hanusch, Florio and Hughes, round out the top ten. Twenty-four cars started the feature.
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IMCA Stock Car Winner: Charles Cosper, No. 33, gave Benji Kirkpatrick, No. 72, a run for his money, but settled for second. Kirk Martin, No. 69, was third, Eric Jones, No. 84x, was fourth and Damon Hammond, No. 116, was fifth. Batt, Muirhead, Delevan, Bauser, and O'Bryan, round out the top ten. Twenty-one cars started the feature.
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IMCA Hobby Stock Winner: Jeremy Oliver, No. 82, was the run-a-way winner. Hayden Wade, No. 8w3, was second, Stacey Robinette, No. 43x, was third, Chayson Bishnow, No. 25b, was fourth and Stephanie Henderson, No. 528, was fifth. Komegay, Roller, Snyder, Whalley, and Zucha, round out the top ten. Sixteen cars started the feature.
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Street Stock Winner: Tommy Kirkpatrick, No. 4, was the feature winner. Wade White, No. 68, was second, David Cook, No. 32, was third, Gary Norman, No. 3, was fourth and Drew Garcia, No. 9g, was fifth. Cochran II, Silva, Roberts, Hefti, and Stouder, round out the top ten.
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Factory Stock Winner: Ray Kemp Jr., No. 45, was your winner. Ryan Hopkins, No. 4, came close, but ended up second. Kyle Wilkins, No. 7mk, was third, Michael Guenat, No. 25, was fourth and Willie Tryon, No. 21t, was fifth. Bruce, Lough, Jenkins, Earl, and Scott, round out the top ten. Sixteen cars started the feature.
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Jr. Mini Stock Winner: Cameron Cook, No. 04, won the feature. Bradley Warren, No. 34w, was second, Casey Brunson, No. 10, was third, Raymond Morgan, No. 6, was fourth and Colton Rawls, No. 08, was fifth.
For OFFICIAL results and more information on Heart O Texas Speedway, go to: www.heartotexspeedway.com
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