By Don Cook
Fort Worth Star-Telegram
Heart O' Texas Speedway (Waco)
May 29 (Sunday)
Jason Howell, #44, said he started not to come after having raced Friday and Saturday nights. But he was glad that he did, because Jason showed thirty-one Sprint Series of Texas Sprints the fast way around the 1/4-mile, banked, clay oval at Heart O' Texas Speedway Sunday night. It looked like David Garland, #84, was going to pickup a well deserved win, but Jason found his groove on the top and passed David with a couple of laps to go. Jimmy Allard, #43, drove a fine race and came in third. The SST Series will be having their sixth event of the season at Cowtown Speedway in Kennedale, TX this coming Saturday.
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Keith White, #1, held off a hard charging Chase Jupe, #303, to take the 20-lap Lone Star Series IMCA Modified feature win. John Gober, #52, came in third.
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When the dust had settled in the IMCA Southern SportMods feature, Gateville's Sid Kiphen, #58, was your feature winner. Local Kevin Green #5d, came in second and TJ Green, #55, was third.
Keith White, #1, picked up his second feature win Sunday by defeating Jeff Turner, #44, in the IMCA Stock Cars feature. Daniel Parker, #3p, was third.
Allen Montgomery, #38, managed to work his way to the front and pickup the IMCA Hobby Stocks feature. David Bissonette, #85, was second and Michael Gaunet, #25, was third.
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In the Young Guns Jr. Mini Stocks feature, Jarrett Roberts, #6, got the win. Brooke Cooper, #94, was second and Tyler Webb, #56, was third.
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Earlier in the afternoon, Heart O' Texas Speedway held their second Wall of Fame inductees. This year's inductees were: Morris Smiley, Jr. Ingram, Danny Randolph, Robert Pryor, Steve Stewart, Johnnie T. Barrett, Clarence Jackson, Pete LaPoint, Ray Rawdon and Hal Freeman. There were also a number of veteran racers and vintage race cars from the Vintage Texas Open Wheel Club.