Anthony Anders, already the points leader in the Late-Model Stock division at Greenville-Pickens Speedway, padded his edge with second and first places in the Twin 40's main event as part of the Bryan Ramey Trial Lawyers Memorial Day Classic.
Anders took the point by passing Ralph Carnes and pulled away as the field fought for position behind him. Trey Gibson, who won the opening race, finished second in the nightcap, while Carnes was third and Will Burns finsihed fourth. Jeremy Burns was fifth and Marty Ward finished sixth.
In Victory Lane, Anders said his car was a little too tight in the opening race and too loose in the nightcap. "If we could get that worked out we will be even better than we showed tonight," Anders said. With Anders, Gibson and Carnes in the top three spots the Burns brothers, Will and Jeremy, took fourth and fifth, respectively and Marty Ward was sixth.
Dylan Hall, Ryan Walker, Maxie Bush and Brandon Fox completed the top ten.
In the opening 40-lapper, there were lots of spins and cautions, but it didn't bother Trey Gibson, who led from start to finish.
Gibson got pressure from Marty Ward, from Roger Powell, and Anthony Anders but nothing seemed to faze him as he kept jumping out front restart after restart.
When Gibson got to Victory Lane, he received a hug from his grandfather, Ed Porter, and Gibson thanked him for being allowed to complete.