Toby Porter and Justin Sorrow take Twin 40's
Belton's Justin Sorrow took advantage of a restart on the 34th lap to jump in front and capture his first victory in the Late-Model Stock division at Greenville-Pickens Speedway. "This car has been awesome all year, Sorrow said in Victory Lane. A lot of people have Worked hard but it paid off. I had an awesome car."
With Sorrow on point, defending champion Toby Porter was second and former champion Randy Porter was third, Anthony Anders was fourth and another former champion, Roger Powell, was fifth.
Six time champion Marty Ward was involved in a racing accident and was not able to complete the second race.
In the first 40-lap main event, defending champion Toby Porter appeared to be having things his way, until a pair of caution flags came out three-quarters of the way through. on the restart former champion Randy Porter took the point. It was that way until another caution, which necessitated a green-white-checkered finish.
"My tires had cooled off and I spun them on that first restart, Porter said after taking the checkered flag. 'I thought I had lost it, but on that last restart I was careful and managed to get back in front. We have been behind this season, but now maybe we have got things straightened out." Justin Sorrow was second, and Randy Porter took third. Roger Powell was fourth and Anthony Anders was fifth.
Bob Root took command early and won going away in the Trucks race, as Jamie Tate finished a close second. Ricky Burnett was third. Jon Martin passed Greg Bohannon on the last lap to take fourth.
Andy Norris drove a steady race while cars spun and hit the walls all around him and captured his first victory of the season. Mike Mote finished second and Chris Harvell was third. Travis Cox finished fourth and Zach Pressley was fifth.
Andrew Cordell had little trouble takingh his third Renegade division victory this season and revealed in Victory Lane it took some hard work during the week to get his car ready. Dalel Stancil finished second, with Bobby Emory third, Lee Alexander fourth and Daniel Jameson was fifth.
Despite a spinout late in the Street Stock main, Buck Simmons took the checkered flag. Although the car belongs to Furman Craft, he allowed Simmons to stay current in the points battle. Tyler Gibson was second, and Curt Allen was third. Freddy Hale, Jr. was fourth and Dylan Crowe finished fifth.
Charlie Hooper won the 4Cylinder main event to cap the evening as Tommy Davis, Jr., was second and Ray Mullinax third. Chris Francis and B.J. Davis finished fourth and fifth, respectively.