By Don Cook
Fort Worth Star-Telegram
Kennedale Speedway Park (Kennedale)
April 25 (Saturday)
Bo Rawdon and crew did a good job of working the track at Kennedale Speedway Park Saturday. Recent rains made for some very wet conditions at several area tracks. The sun finally came out and over one hundred and sixty race cars, as well as a nice crowd, was ready for some racing. Dillion Pike, No. 6*, managed to work his way to the front in the IMCA Modified feature and pick up his first win of the season. Robinson, TX, Eric Tomlinson, No. 45t, had a wild ride for second, John Gober, No. 52, was third, Speegleville, TX, Kevin Green, No. 5, had a good run for fourth and Matt Guillaume, No. 50, ended up fifth. Cook, Putman, Bransom, Martin, and Sandegren, round out the top ten. Twenty-two Modifieds started the feature. Twelve cars finished the feature.
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RaceSaver Sprint Winner: Also picking up his first feature win this season in a Sprint was Tony Dowd, No. 11t. Tony found the high side of the track to his liking and held off Jeb Sessums, No. 01j, who settled for second. Marcus Thomas, No. 15t, was third, Logan Payne, No. 2, was fourth and Chad Wilson Motorsports, No. 20, had a strong run, after being involved in a wreck and going to the rear, ended up fifth. Wood, Scherb, Hawkins, Klis Jr., and Woods, round out the top ten. Nineteen cars started the feature.
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IMCA Sport Mod Winner: Jacob Pirkle, No. 141, managed to get around Jeffrey Abbey, No. 37, with two laps to go to take the feature win. Wayne Melton, No. 18m, was third, Jake UpChurch, No. 24, was fourth and Justin Long, No. 42, was fifth. Clonch, Skinner, Green, Scrivner, and Raney, round out the top ten. A full field of twenty-four cars started the feature. There were forty-two SportMods in the pits.
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IMCA Stock Car: Matt Guillaume, No. 50, gets another IStock feature win. Jay Bransom, No. 29, was second, Brandon Taylor, No. 5, was third, Tyler Muirhead, No. 22t, was fourth and Kirk Martin, No. 69, was fifth. Hodges, Nabors, Hanson Jr., Rabozzi, and Goldstein, round out the top ten. A full field of twenty-four cars started the feature.
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Factory Stock Winner: Randy Buttery, No. 06, beat the field to take the win. Brett McMillin, No. 61, was second, Michael Shackelford, No. 09, was third, Chase Neil, No. 410, was fourth and Tom Earl Jr., No. 47, was fifth. Sessions, Cook, Tryon, Marusak, and Zilka, round out the top ten. Twenty-two cars started the feature.
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Jr. Mini Stock Winner: Birthday Boy Cameron Cook, No. 04, held off Patrick Bailey, No. 5x, for the win. Katelyn Foster, No. 72k, was third, Jordan Hefler, No. 2j, fourth and Jarrett Hefler, No. 88j, was fifth. Fourteen cars started the feature.
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