E&K Of Phoenix Offers $5,000 USAC Winter Challenge Bonus

winterKevin Montgomery PEORIA, Ariz. (December 16th, 2014) – Longtime supporter of Canyon Speedway and the USAC Southwest Sprint Car Series, E&K of Phoenix, will offer up a $5,000 bonus to the top five 2015 USAC Sprint Car Winter Challenge series point earners plus the Winter Challenge “Most Valuable Racer”.

The Winner of the E&K Winter Challenge five race series will pick up an additional $2,000 while second place will take home $1,000. The remaining of the top five will earn $750, $500 and $250 respectfully while the lowest point earner of the series who starts all five A-Features will be awarded the E&K Winter Challenge “Most Valuable Racer” award and $500.

“Each and every one of the racers are very important to these events and while we want to recognize the drivers that finish up front, we also want to show our appreciation to a team that supported the Winter Challenge and worked just as hard as anyone but maybe had some bad luck” commented Doug Stegemoller of E&K.
Since its conception in 1956, E&K has provided high quality service and products establishing themselves as one of the largest interior and exterior finish contractors in the United States.

With the E&K Winter Challenge just around the corner, Arizona race fans can mark their calendar as the USAC Southwest Sprint Cars face off with the USAC West Coast Sprint Car Series while IMCA Modified aces converge in the southwest for what is anticipated to be one of the largest racing events of 2015. The best of the best in Wingless Sprint Cars and IMCA Modifieds tackle Canyon Speedway’s 1/3-mile clay oval for three races on January 23rd, 24th and 25th before moving to the 3/8-mile USA Raceway January 30th and 31st.

USAC National Champion, Brady Bacon, picked up the first round of Winter Challenge before Colby Copeland put a stop to Dave Darland’s two win streak when Copeland took the win in round four. Darland regained the top of the podium earning the Winter Challenge title but it was Richard Vander Weerd that picked up the $5,000 finale.

Fresh off an IMCA Championship, Arizona’s Jason Noll, picked up last year’s Winter Challenge IMCA opener before 2014 champion, Ricky Thornton Jr. went on a winning streak conquering the next four $1,000 victories earning him Winter Challenge Championship honors. Iowa’s Jesses Sobbing was able to capture the final victory of the series.

Five day discounted tickets may be purchased in advance and ticket pricing/purchasing information can be found online at: http://www.canyonspeedwaypark.com/?page_id=12 or by calling the Canyon Speedway office at 602-258-7223

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JOHNSON WRAPS UP SOUTHWEST SPRINT TITLE;ROSSI “WESTERN WORLD” CHAMP; BERNAL SWEEPS PRELIMS

rjDICK JORDAN 14-246, NOVEMBER 24, 2014… R.J. Johnson of Phoenix, Ariz. secured his first USAC driving title Saturday, finishing fourth in the 47th Sands Chevrolet “Western World Championships” finale at Canyon Speedway Park in Peoria, Ariz. His final margin of victory over runner-up Charles Davis Jr. is 204 points.

Matt Rossi of Glendale, Ariz. emerged as the “Western World” champion with a dominating performance in Saturday’s 30-lap finale. He led the final 20 laps in his Apache Scrapes/Schure Built Suspension Spike/Advanced after passing Ryan Bernal on lap 11. Bernal, who captured the preliminary 30-lap victories Thursday and Friday, slipped to eighth at the checkered flag.

Johnson led the first nine laps Saturday, but Kevin Thomas Jr. finished second ahead of Bryan Clauson, Johnson and Brady Bacon.

Bernal and the Core Power/Metal Works ART/S & S swept 30-lap prelims Thursday and Friday. On Friday, Bernal trailed Jon Stanbrough for two laps and then led the final 28 laps to beat Clauson, Casey Shuman, Johnson and C.J. Leary. Thursday’s race saw Gary Taylor lead the opening lap while Bernal led the next 19. Shuman led lap 21 before Bernal returned to lead the final nine.

FINAL 2014 USAC Southwest Sprint Car Standings: 1-R.J. Johnson-1,419, 2-Charles Davis Jr.-1,215; 3-Josh Pelkey-1,207, 4-Matt Rossi-1,200, 5-Shon Deskins-1,083, 6-Mike Martin-1,001, 7-Tye Mihocko-929, 8-Brian Hosford-698, 9-Michael Curtis-691, 10-Nick Aiuto-663.

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MATT ROSSI TRIUMPHS AT CANYON’S WESTERN WORLD FINALE

rossiLance Jennings, PEORIA, AZ – NOVEMBER 23, 2014… Streaking past Ryan Bernal on lap eleven, Matt Rossi of South Central won the 30-lap finale of the “47th Annual Sands Chevrolet Western World Championships.” For Rossi, the $7,500 victory was his second career USAC SouthWest Sprint Car victory. Kevin Thomas Jr., hard charger Bryan Clauson, R.J. Johnson, and Brady Bacon followed Matt to the checkered flags.

Driving the family owned #02 Apache Scapes / Advanced Engine Components Spike, Matt Rossi earned the biggest win of his sprint car career. After placing eighth in the dash, Rossi won the upset victory from the eighth starting spot. Turning laps over half-second faster than his competitors, the Arizona veteran was on a rail and avoided disaster to take his first win of 2014. Rossi closed out the season ranked fourth in SouthWest points with six heat race victories, two hard charger awards, nineteen top-10 finishes, and 48 feature laps led.

Cullman, Alabama’s Kevin Thomas Jr. took second in the Western World finale after starting twelfth. Piloting the Dutcher Motorsports #17RW Griffin Propane / Indiana Underground Maxim, Thomas won the night’s fourth 8-lap qualifying race. In limited starts, Kevin has two heat race victories, two top-10 finishes and one feature lap led.

After engine problems sidelined the Tony Stewart Racing-Curb/Agajanian #20X, Bryan Clauson of Noblesville, Indiana switched to Mike Martin’s #16B PPG Maxim and earned his second “Hard Charger / Best Passing Job” honors. Before finishing third from the fifteenth starting spot, the former USAC National Champion ran second to Matt Mitchell in his qualifying race. In 2014, Bryan had one heat race victory, three top-10 finishes, and 18 feature laps led.

By leading the first nine laps and scoring fourth in the main event, Phoenix’s R.J. Johnson clinched his second straight USAC SouthWest Sprint Car Championship. Racing the Bill Michaels’ owned #77M Kodiak Products / Beal’s Auto Body Sherman, Johnson scored third in the program’s 6-lap dash. R.J. ended his campaign with eleven feature wins, fourteen heat race victories, one semi-main win, three hard charger awards, thirty-two top-10 finishes, and 229 feature laps led.

Brady Bacon of Broken Arrow, Oklahoma charged to fifth in the main event after starting seventeenth. Driving the BBR #99 Fatheadz Eyewear / Tel-Star Communications XXX, Bacon placed third in his qualifying race and won the night’s first 12-lap semi-main event. In limited starts, Brady has two feature wins, two heat race victories, two semi-main wins, eight top-10 finishes, and 57 feature laps led in SouthWest competition.

Avon, Indiana’s Jon Stanbrough won the program’s first 8-lap qualifying race. Piloting the Shon Deskins owned #20S MP Environmental / Spike Chassis entry, Stanbrough scored sixteenth in the Western World finale. In limited SouthWest action, Jon had two heat race victories, one top-10 finish, and 2 feature laps led.

Jake Swanson of Anaheim, California took the victory in the night’s second qualifying race. Racing Tom and Laurie Sertich’s #92 Huntington Beach Glass & Mirror / Ram-Bull Racing Buckley, Swanson ran fourteenth in the Western World finale. The former USAC/CRA Rookie of the Year has two top-10 finishes in USAC SouthWest action.

Yorba Linda, California’s Matt Mitchell won the program’s third qualifying race. Driving his #37 Campbell Bros. Storage / Pit Boss Jacks Maxim, Mitchell scored nineteenth in the feature after an early flip ended his night.

Gary Taylor of Snohomish, Washington won the special six-lap dash that set the first four rows of the main event. Piloting the BRAT Racing #1ST Beaver Stripes / Invision Auto Body Sherman, Taylor was involved in a first lap tangle the relegated the veteran to the rear of the field. Gary claimed fifteenth in the Western World finale.

Gilbert’s Brian Hosford took the win in the second 12-lap semi-main. Racing Bernie Weber’s #32B Coffin & Trout Fine Jewelers / Invision Auto Body Maxim, Hosford took third in his qualifying race and ran eleventh in the feature after starting eighteenth. Brian ranked eighth in SouthWest points on the strength of two heat race victories and five top-10 finishes.

The USAC SouthWest Sprint Car Series thanks Sunoco Race Fuels, Hoosier Tire, Racers Advantage Store, and the Hose Advantage Store for their support. For more information on the group, visit www.southwestsprintcars.com, www.usacracing.com, or follow the series on Facebook (www.facebook.com/SouthwestSprintCars).
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USAC SOUTHWEST & WEST COAST SPRINT CAR “Special Event” RACE RESULTS:
November 22, 2014 – Peoria, Arizona – Canyon Speedway Park – 47th Annual Sands Chevrolet “Western World Championships”

FIRST QUALIFIER: (8 laps)
1. Jon Stanbrough (#20S Deskins), 2. Chris Windom (#22B Weber), 3. Tye Mihocko (#5 Mihocko), 4. Josh Pelkey (#12 Allen), 5. Stevie Sussex (#21AZ Burkhart), 6. Bradley Terrell (#5V VanLare), 7. Mike Martin (#16 Martin). NT

SECOND QUALIFIER: (8 laps)
1. Jake Swanson (#92 Sertich), 2. Mike Spencer (#7M Priestley), 3. Brian Hosford (#32B Weber), 4. Colby Copeland (#74 Williams), 5. Dalten Gabbard (#77 Gabbard), 6. Josh Hodges (#74X Hodges), 7. Casey Buckman (#04G Cook). NT

THIRD QUALIFIER: (8 laps)
1. Matt Mitchell (#37 Mitchell), 2. Bryan Clauson (#16B Martin), 3. Brady Bacon (#99 BBR), 4. Josh Shipley (#2 Bishop), 5. Michael Curtis (#11C Turner/Wheeler), 6. Bruce St. James (#7K St. James), 7. Matt Lundy (#98 Lundy). NT

FOURTH QUALIFIER: (8 laps)
1. Kevin Thomas Jr., (#17RW Dutcher), 2. Charles Davis Jr. (#50 Massey), 3. Dave Darland (#73 Ford), 4. Andy Reinbold (#19 Underwood), 5. Mark Morin (#28 Morin). NT

DASH: (6 laps)
1. Gary Taylor (#1ST BRAT), 2. Casey Shuman (#75 Hockett/James), 3. R.J. Johnson (#77M Michaels), 4. C.J. Leary (#30 Leary), 5. Ryan Bernal (#56 Phulps), 6. Robert Ballou (#12X Ballou), 7. Shon Deskins (#20 Deskins), 8. Matt Rossi (#02 Rossi). NT

FIRST SEMI: (12 laps) 1. Bacon, 2. Pelkey, 3. Sussex, 4. Curtis, 5. Martin, 6. Terrell, 7. Shipley, 8. Lundy, 9. Mihocko. NT

SECOND SEMI: (12 laps) 1. Hosford, 2. Gabbard, 3. Copeland, 4. Reinbold, 5. Darland, 6. Buckman, 7. Hodges, 8. Morin. NT

FEATURE: (30 laps – With Starting Positions)
1. Matt Rossi (8th), 2. Kevin Thomas Jr. (12th), 3. Bryan Clauson (15th), 4. R.J. Johnson (3rd), 5. Brady Bacon (17th), 6. C.J. Leary (4th), 7. Robert Ballou (6th), 8. Ryan Bernal (5th), 9. Chris Windom (13th), 10. Stevie Sussex, (21st) 11. Brian Hosford (18th), 12. Dalten Gabbard (20th), 13. Charles Davis Jr. (16th), 14. Jake Swanson (10th), 15. Gary Taylor (1st), 16. Jon Stanbrough (9th), 17. Josh Pelkey (19th), 18. Shon Deskins (7th), 19. Matt Mitchell (11th), 20. Mike Spencer (14th), 21. Colby Copeland (22nd), 22. Casey Shuman (2nd). NT
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**Shuman and Deskins flipped on lap one of the feature. Mitchell flipped on lap nine of the feature. Deskins flipped on lap eleven of the feature. Pelkey flipped on lap thirteen of the feature.

FEATURE LAP LEADERS: Laps 1-9 Johnson, Lap 10 Bernal, Laps 11-30 Rossi.
HARD CHARGER: Bryan Clauson (15th to 3rd)

FINAL SOUTHWEST SPRINT POINT STANDINGS:
1-R.J. Johnson-1,419, 2-Charles Davis Jr.-1,215; 3-Josh Pelkey-1,207, 4-Matt Rossi-1,200, 5-Shon Deskins-1,083, 6-Mike Martin-1,001, 7-Tye Mihocko-929, 8-Brian Hosford-698, 9-Michael Curtis-691, 10-Nick Aiuto-663.

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USAC SOUTHWEST & WEST COAST SPRINT CAR “Special Event” RACE RESULTS: November 22, 2014 – Peoria, Arizona – Canyon Speedway Park – 47th Annual Sands Chevrolet “Western World Championships”

02USAC SOUTHWEST & WEST COAST SPRINT CAR “Special Event” RACE RESULTS: November 22, 2014 – Peoria, Arizona – Canyon Speedway Park – 47th Annual Sands Chevrolet “Western World Championships”

FIRST QUALIFIER: (8 laps)
1. Jon Stanbrough (#20S Deskins), 2. Chris Windom (#22B Weber), 3. Tye Mihocko (#5 Mihocko), 4. Josh Pelkey (#12 Allen), 5. Stevie Sussex (#21AZ Burkhart), 6. Bradley Terrell (#5V VanLare), 7. Mike Martin (#16 Martin). NT

SECOND QUALIFIER: (8 laps)
1. Jake Swanson (#92 Sertich), 2. Mike Spencer (#7M Priestley), 3. Brian Hosford (#32B Weber), 4. Colby Copeland (#74 Williams), 5. Dalten Gabbard (#77 Gabbard), 6. Josh Hodges (#74X Hodges), 7. Casey Buckman (#04G Cook). NT

THIRD QUALIFIER: (8 laps)
1. Matt Mitchell (#37 Mitchell), 2. Bryan Clauson (#16B Martin), 3. Brady Bacon (#99 BBR), 4. Josh Shipley (#2 Bishop), 5. Michael Curtis (#11C Turner/Wheeler), 6. Bruce St. James (#7K St. James), 7. Matt Lundy (#98 Lundy). NT

FOURTH QUALIFIER: (8 laps)
1. Kevin Thomas Jr., (#17RW Dutcher), 2. Charles Davis Jr. (#50 Massey), 3. Dave Darland (#73 Ford), 4. Andy Reinbold (#19 Underwood), 5. Mark Morin (#28 Morin). NT

DASH: (6 laps)
1. Gary Taylor (#1ST BRAT), 2. Casey Shuman (#75 Hockett/James), 3. R.J. Johnson (#77M Michaels), 4. C.J. Leary (#30 Leary), 5. Ryan Bernal (#56 Phulps), 6. Robert Ballou (#12X Ballou), 7. Shon Deskins (#20 Deskins), 8. Matt Rossi (#02 Rossi). NT

 

FIRST SEMI: (12 laps)
1. Bacon, 2. Pelkey, 3. Sussex, 4. Curtis, 5. Martin, 6. Terrell, 7. Shipley, 8. Lundy, 9. Mihocko. NT

SECOND SEMI: (12 laps)
1. Hosford, 2. Gabbard, 3. Copeland, 4. Reinbold, 5. Darland, 6. Buckman, 7. Hodges, 8. Morin. NT

FEATURE: (30 laps – With Starting Positions)
1. Matt Rossi (8th), 2. Kevin Thomas Jr. (12th), 3. Bryan Clauson (15th), 4. R.J. Johnson (3rd), 5. Brady Bacon (17th), 6. C.J. Leary (4th), 7. Robert Ballou (6th), 8. Ryan Bernal (5th), 9. Chris Windom (13th), 10. Stevie Sussex, (21st) 11. Brian Hosford (18th), 12. Dalten Gabbard (20th), 13. Charles Davis Jr. (16th), 14. Jake Swanson (10th), 15. Gary Taylor (1st), 16. Jon Stanbrough (9th), 17. Josh Pelkey (19th), 18. Shon Deskins (7th), 19. Matt Mitchell (11th), 20. Mike Spencer (14th), 21. Colby Copeland (22nd), 22. Casey Shuman (2nd). NT
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**Shuman and Deskins flipped on lap one of the feature. Mitchell flipped on lap nine of the feature. Deskins flipped on lap eleven of the feature. Pelkey flipped on lap thirteen of the feature.

FEATURE LAP LEADERS: Laps 1-9 Johnson, Lap 10 Bernal, Laps 11-30 Rossi.
HARD CHARGER: Bryan Clauson (15th to 3rd)

FINAL SOUTHWEST SPRINT POINT STANDINGS:
1-R.J. Johnson-1,419, 2-Charles Davis Jr.-1,215; 3-Josh Pelkey-1,207, 4-Matt Rossi-1,200, 5-Shon Deskins-1,083, 6-Mike Martin-1,001, 7-Tye Mihocko-929, 8-Brian Hosford-698, 9-Michael Curtis-691, 10-Nick Aiuto-663.

ATTACHED PHOTOS/IMAGES:
- #02 Matt Rossi Wins 2014 Western World Championships. Photo by Rob Hargraves.

 

 

 

 

 

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RYAN BERNAL RETURNS TO VICTORY CIRCLE AT CANYON SPEEDWAY PARK

bernal3Lance Jennings, PEORIA, AZ – NOVEMBER 23, 2014… After winning the opener of the “47th Annual Sands Chevrolet Western World Championships,” Ryan Bernal of Hollister, California celebrated another triumph at Canyon Speedway Park. Friday’s $2,000 USAC SouthWest & West Coast Sprint Car victory was Bernal’s second career win at the Peoria clay oval. Matt Rossi, Jon Stanbrough, Casey Shuman, and R.J. Johnson rounded out the top-five drivers.

Racing Mike Phulps #56 Tri-L Mandarin Ranch / Core Power ART, Ryan Bernal grabbed the top spot from Stanbrough on the third circuit and sailed to the 30-lap win. Earlier in the program, the two-time USAC Western Classic Sprint Champion ran second to Shuman in his heat race before placing fifth in the nightly passing points.

After finishing sixteenth the previous night, South Central’s Matt Rossi rebounded to claim second in the main event. Piloting the family owned #02 Apache Scapes / Advanced Engine Components Spike, Rossi won his sixth heat race of the season and ranked third in the nightly passing points.

After leading the first two opening laps, Jon Stanbrough of Avon, Indiana scored third at the checkered flags. Driving the Shon Deskins owned #20S MP Environmental / Spike Chassis entry, Stanbrough won the program’s fifth heat race and placed the veteran driver sixth in passing points.

Indianapolis, Indiana’s Casey Shuman placed fourth in the Friday Western World feature after starting sixth. Racing the Hockett/James #75 Factory Kahne / Lucas Oil Maxim, Shuman was the night’s high point driver after winning the night’s first 8-lap heat race.

R.J. Johnson of Phoenix charged from eleventh to fifth in the 30-lap main event. Piloting the Bill Michaels’ owned #77M Kodiak Products / Beal’s Auto Body Sherman, Johnson took third in his heat race and was one of six drivers locked into Saturday’s finale.

Greenfield, Indiana’s C.J. Leary earned the night’s “Hard Charger / Best Passing Job” honors by racing to tenth from nineteenth. Racing the family owned #30 Leary Construction / Green-Tech Lubricants DRC, Leary was sixth in his heat race and placed third in the first semi-main event.

Phoenix’s Shon Deskins claimed his ninth heat race win of the campaign. Driving his #20S MP Environmental / Spike Chassis machine, the May Prescott Valley winner was second in the nightly passing points and ran seventh in the feature.

Mike Colegrove of Peoria won the night’s fourth 8-lap heat race. Racing the family owned #17M Precision Tile / Ellis Race Cars entry, Colegrove ranked fourth in passing points and scored twelfth in the main event after starting third.

Tempe’s Stevie Sussex raced to victory in the night’s first 12-lap semi-main. Piloting the Mike Burkhart owned #21AZ Stratis Construction / Westin Diversified RSS, Sussex placed fourth in his heat race and scored twentieth in the main event.

Josh Pelkey of Peoria won the night’s second 12-lap semi-main. Driving Robbie & Gaye Allen’s #12 ABC Body Shop / Napa Auto Parts Maxim, Pelkey ran third in his heat race and charged to ninth in the feature after starting sixteenth.

The USAC SouthWest Sprint Car Series thanks Sunoco Race Fuels, Hoosier Tire, Racers Advantage Store, and the Hose Advantage Store for their support. For more information on the group, visit www.southwestsprintcars.com, www.usacracing.com, or follow the series on Facebook (www.facebook.com/SouthwestSprintCars).
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USAC SOUTHWEST & WEST COAST SPRINT CAR “Special Event” RACE RESULTS:
November 21, 2014 – Peoria, Arizona – Canyon Speedway Park – 47th Annual Sands Chevrolet “Western World Championships”

FIRST HEAT: (8 laps)
1. Casey Shuman (#75, Hockett/James), 2. Ryan Bernal (#56 Phulps), 3. Josh Pelkey (#12 Allen), 4. Matt Mitchell (#37 Mitchell), 5. Brady Bacon (#99 BBR), 6. Brian Hosford (#32B Weber), 7. Dalten Gabbard (#77 Gabbard), 8. Chris Windom (#22B Weber).

SECOND HEAT: (8 laps)
1. Shon Deskins (#20 Deskins), 2. Bryan Clauson (#20X Stewart/Curb-Agajanian), 3. Robert Ballou (#12X Ballou), 4. Mike Martin (#16 Martin), 5. Mike Spencer (#7M Priestley), 6. C.J. Leary (#30 Leary), 7. Matt Lundy (#98 Lundy), 8. Mark Morin (#28 Morin).

THIRD HEAT: (8 laps)
1. Matt Rossi (#02 Rossi), 2. Gary Taylor (#1ST BRAT), 3. Michael Curtis (#11C Turner/Wheeler), 4. Kevin Thomas, Jr. (#17RW Dutcher), 5. Tom Ogle (#48 Ogle), 6. Tye Mihocko (#5 Mihocko), 7. Casey Buckman (#04G Cook).

FOURTH HEAT: (8 laps)
1. Mike Colegrove (#17M Colegrove), 2. Josh Shipley (#2 Bishop), 3. R.J. Johnson (#77M Michaels), 4. Stevie Sussex (#21AZ Burkhart), 5. Josh Hodges (#74X Hodges), 6. Bruce St. James (#7K St. James), 7. Bradley Terrell (#5V VanLare).

FIFTH HEAT: (8 laps)
1. Jon Stanbrough (#20S Deskins), 2. Jake Swanson (#92 Sertich), 3. Colby Copeland (#74 Williams), 4. Aaron Reutzel (#87 Reutzel), 5. Dave Darland (#73 Ford), 6. Charles Davis, Jr. (#50 Massey), 7. Andy Reinbold (#19 Underwood).

FIRST SEMI: (12 laps)
1. Sussex, 2. Spencer, 3. Leary, 4. Davis, 5. Bacon, 6. Reutzel, 7. Terrell, 8. Reinbold, 9. Hosford, 10. Curtis, 11. Mihocko, 12. Morin. NT

SECOND SEMI: (12 laps)
1. Pelkey, 2. Copeland, 3. Darland, 4. Windom, 5. Martin, 6. St. James, 7. Hodges, 8. Gabbard, 9. Lundy, 10. Buckman, 11. Ogle. NT

FEATURE: (30 laps – With Starting Positions)
1. Ryan Bernal (2nd), 2. Matt Rossi (4th), 3. Jon Stanbrough (1st), 4. Casey Shuman (6th), 5. R.J. Johnson (11th), 6. Robert Ballou (14th), 7. Shon Deskins (5th), 8. Jake Swanson (7th), 9. Josh Pelkey (16th), 10. C.J. Leary (19th), 11. Gary Taylor (9th), 12. Michael Colegrove (3rd), 13. Colby Copeland (18th), 14. Mike Spencer (17th), 15. Chris Windom (22nd), 16. Kevin Thomas Jr. (13th), 17. Matt Mitchell (12th), 18. Dave Darland (20th), 19. Charles Davis Jr. (21st), 20. Stevie Sussex (15th), 21. Josh Shipley (10th), 22. Bryan Clauson (8th). NT
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FEATURE LAP LEADERS: Laps 1-2 Stanbrough, Laps 3-30 Bernal.
HARD CHARGER: C.J. Leary (19th to 10th)

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