By Don Cook
Fort Worth Star-Telegram
Kennedale Speedway Park (Kennedale)
May 7 (Saturday)
Manfield's Jeff Kinnaird, #07, had a big night at Kennedale Speedway Park Saturday. Not only did he win the IMCA Southern SportMods feature, but he won the IMCA Hobby Stocks feature as well. In the IMCA SportMods feature, Jeff started on the inside second row and quickly jumped to the lead. Jeff Emerson, #35, managed to get close, but was not able to pass Kinnaird and had to settle for second place. Tom Earl Jr., #46, was third.
To view a video of the IMCA SportMods feature, click below:
Acadamy's Keith White, #1, the current Modifieds points leader, started on the outside front row. Keith took the lead and never gave it up to capture the IMCA Modified $1,000 feature win. Elm Mott's Benji Kirkpatrick, #47, had a strong run, but came in second. Jay Bransom, #29, was third. Darryl Campbell, #83, Destroyer Chassis, was having his best run of the season, but spun out going into turn two, and ended up in the fifteenth position.
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Keith White, #1, started on the outside second row in the IMCA Stock Cars feature. Two laps into the race, he was able to cut underneath Levi Hodges, #08 to take the lead. That proved to be the winning move, because Levi got close, but could not pass Keith who won by a car length. It was good to see Jeff Turner, #44, the third place finisher back at KSP.
In the IMCA Hobby Stocks feature, Jeff Kinnaird, #07, started on the outside second row. Three laps into the race, he was able to pass Frank Lackey, #41, to take the lead. Kyle Harrison, #62, made it interesting, but Jeff went on to take the win. Jeremy Montgomery, #11, came in third.
To view a video of the IMCA Hobby Stocks feature, click below
In the Street Stock feature, David Cook, #32, was the feature winner. Demetrius Carter, #44, made a strong showing. He had to make repairs during the race, but still finished a close second. Tim Murray, #20, was third.
To view a video of the Street Stocks feature, click below
STEM, the Southern Topless Economy Modifieds, made their fourth stop of the season at KSP. Princeton's Robbie Daniels, #27, was the feature winner. Buck Spears, #15, was second, and Danny English, #21, was third. There next race is May 29 at Grayson County Speedway.
For more information on the STEM Series, go to: www.txstemracing.com
To view a video of the Southern Topless Economy Modifieds racing action, click below
Doug Rollo, the track announcer, and Neal Palmer, with www.racinwithneal.com
The kids enjoyed the Box Car races.
Be sure and check out the KSP Pre Race Show at 6:15 with www.racinwithneal.com
For more information on KSP, go to: www.raceksp.com
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