By Don Cook
Fort Worth Star-Telegram
February 21 (Friday)
Abilene Speedway broke the ice Friday for the first of three nights of racing at their Annual Ice Breaker event. It was also the first event for the IMCA Lone Star series. A nice crowd and over 200 race teams were on hand to get the new racing season underway. Round two of Abilene Speedway's Annual Ice Breaker will be Saturday evening with racing starting at 7 p.m. and Sunday's finale starting at 1 p.m. Special thanks to Smileys Racing Products and Napa Auto Parts for their support.
IMCA Modified Winner: Abilene's own Josh McGaha, No. 911, started on the pole and looked to be in control of the race until Chris Elliott, No. 9, made an inside pass going into turn 1 with only a few laps to go. McGaha settled for second, Tyler Iverson, No. 98, was third, Keith White, No. 1, had a strong showing to finish fourth and Tommy Fain, GOD is Awesome No. 90, rounded out the top five. Close to 40 IMCA Modifieds completed for Friday's $600 first prize. Waiting on OFFICIAL results. It appears that Chris Elliott was DQ.
To view a video of Friday's IMCA Modified feature, click below:
IMCA SportMod Feature Winner: Doug Easterling, No. 88, looks like he has the car to beat. Doug was pretty much in control the entire race. Coming in second with the hard charger award was Matt Mueller, No. 38. Rounding out the top five were Justin R. Case, No. 56, Allen Montgomery, No. 138, and G.W. Egbert No. 70.
To view a video of the IMCA SportMod Feature, click below:
Sorry no results at this time for the IMCA Stock Cars, IMCA Hobby Stocks, Street Stocks and Jr. Mini Stocks.
For OFFICIAL results and more information on Abilene Speedway's Ice Breaker, go to: www.abilenespeedway.com
To view some photos from Friday night at Abilene Speedway, click below: