By Don Cook
Fort Worth Star-Telegram
Heart O' Texas Speedway (Waco)
August 15 (Friday)
Chad Estes, No. 83, had a great run in the IMCA Modified feature at Heart O' Texas Speedway Friday night. But with a few laps to go, Pat McGuire, in the CAM Chassis No. 9, worked his way past Chad to take the feature win. Paul White, No. 1x, was third, Keith White, No. 1, was fourth and Billy Bachmeyer Jr., No. 38, was fifth. Nineteen cars started the feature.
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ASCS Sprint Winner: Tommy Bryant, No. 28, beat the field by a large margin to take the Griffith Truck and Equipment Gulf South Region vs. Smiley's Racing Products Lone Star Region $2,000 to win 25-lap feature Friday night. Settling for second, was Channin Tankersley, No. 11, Ray Allen Kulhanek, No. 21t, was third, Kevin Ramey, No. 7m, had a good run from the back to finish fourth and Klint Angelette, No. 19, settled for fifth. Patrick Stasa, No. 19x, Michelle Melton, No. 21, Eric Baldaccini, No. 0, Claud Estes, No. 74e and Brandon Berryman, No. 31, round out the top ten. Twenty Sprints started the feature. Twenty-seven ASCS Sprints were in the house. Sprint racing continues Saturday night at the historic 1/2-mile Devils Bowl Speedway in Mesquite, TX.
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IMCA SportMod Winner: Sid Kiphen, No. 58, was the feature winner in a close one. Jeffrey Abbey, No. 37, settled for second, Gene Burnett, No. 43g, was third, Kevin Green, No. 5, was fourth and David Goode Jr., No. 7, was fifth. Sixteen SportMods started the feature.
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IMCA Stock Car Winner: Dillion Smith, No. 03e, was the IStock winner. It was a three way battle, but settling for second, was Chad Estes, No 83, and Keith White, No. 194, ended up third, Charles Cosper, No. 33c, was fourth and Brandon Hood, No. 1b, was fifth.
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IMCA Hobby Stock Winner: Shannon Dulock, No. 47, was your feature winner. Jeremy Oliver, No. 82, was second, veteran Andy Roller, No. 63, was third, Jeremy Hendrix, No. 18, was fourth and Joe Williams, No. 32, was fifth.
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Street Stock Winner: Guess who won. If you said Benji Kirkpatrick, No. 47, you were wrong. He was second. Wade White, No. 68, held off Benji for the win. Jason Gauntt, No. 73, was third, James Cochran II, No. 1, was fourth and Drew Garcia, No. 9g, was fifth. Fourteen Cars started the feature.
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Bomber Winner: It doesn't look pretty, but it's fast. Greg Andrews, No. 8, ran away from the pack for the win. Kevin Smith, No. 57, was second, Ryan Hopkins, No. 4, was third, No. 3w, was fourth and Andrew Richards, No. 9, was fifth. Twelve cars started the feature.
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