Street stock driver Kevin Keene during the June 11 hot laps / Photo by Beckie Boyd

Elkins Raceway race results, Autograph and Picture night July 23

KERENS – Another evening of dirt track racing under the lights at Elkins Raceway is complete. As the season is speeding by, races continue to heat up and the competition continues to be fierce. As the green flag fell on July 16, the upcoming checkered flag was all that mattered then.

Saturday’s feature race winners are as follows:

  • Super Lates – Shane Hitt
  • Crates – Brent Trimble
  • Modifieds – Phil Jeffries
  • Street Stock – Kevin Keene
  • Hot Mods – Joshua Simpson

Mark your calendars for next Saturday, July 23 for more regular racing and the second Autograph & Picture Night of the season. During regular intermission, racing fans can spill onto the front stretch of track for a meet and greet with their favorite drivers. Fans are encouraged to take photos, collect autographs from drivers, and look inside each race car to experience life on the dirt track. Drivers may have autographed images for fans to take home with them.

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Super Lates

Heat 1 – 10 laps

  1. 5 – Shane Hitt
  2. 31 – Bob Gordan
  3. 23 – Cody Rogers
  4. 21T – Chad Tasker
  5. 73 – Dusty Harper

Heat 2 – 10 laps

  1. 2 – Logan Hitt
  2. 7 – Billy Holbert
  3. 38 – Kenney Hamrick

Feature – 30 laps

  1. 5 – Shane HItt
  2. 2 – Logan Hitt
  3. 23 – Cody Rogers
  4. 31 – Bob Gordan
  5. 7 – Billy Holbert
  6. 21T – Chad Tasker
  7. 38 – Kenney Hamrick
  8. 73 – Dusty Harper
  9. 44 – Dylan Lewis

Crates

Heat 1 – 8 Laps

  1. 32 – Brent Trimble
  2. 5A – AJ Spagnuolo
  3. 44 – Lucas McDonald
  4. K2 – Kris Southern
  5. 9C – Chandi Currence
  6. 32C – Eric Cogar
  7. 28N – Noah Whited
  8. 27S – Derrick Shaw

Heat 2 – 8 Laps

  1. 184 – Kyle Lukon
  2. 1 – Sparky Davisson
  3. MC16 – Michael Moreland
  4. H20 – Luke Hyre
  5. 20B – Lane Brock
  6. 14L – Dustin Luzier
  7. 5L – Phillip “J.R.” Likins

Feature – 25 Laps

  1. 32- Brent Trimble
  2. 184 – Kyle Lukon
  3. 5A – AJ Spagnuolo
  4. 1 – Sparky Davisson
  5. H20 – Luke Hyre
  6. 9C – Chandi Currence
  7. MC16 – Michael Moreland
  8. K2 – Kris Southern
  9. 44 – Lucas McDonald
  10. 14L – Dustin Luzier
  11. 5L – Phillip “J.R.” Likins
  12. 28N – Noah Whited
  13. 20B – Lane Brock
  14. 32C – Eric Cogar

Modifieds

Heat 1 – 6 Laps

  1. J4 – Phil Jeffries
  2. 14 – Gary Dalton
  3. 0K – Kenney Rowback
  4. 19 – Troy Frazier
  5. 29 – Scott Bittinger
  6. 14R – Josh Rovello
  7. 61C – James Swenskie

Feature – 20 Laps

  1. J4 – Phil Jeffries
  2. 14 – Gary Dalton
  3. 19 – Troy Frazier
  4. 0K – Kenney Rowback
  5. 14R – Josh Rovello
  6. 29 – Scott Bittinger
  7. 61C – James Swenskie

Street Stocks

Heat 1 – 6 Laps

  1. 56 – Kevin Keene
  2. 19 – Randy Bohan
  3. 07 – Kevin Cooper
  4. 46 – Randy Thornhill

Heat 2 – 6 Laps

  1. 6A – Dustin Atkinson
  2. 00S – Todd Simmons
  3. 17B – Rusty Ball
  4. C8 – Robin Maxson

Feature – 15 Laps

  1. 56 – Kevin Keene
  2. 17B – Rusty Ball
  3. 19 – Randy Bohan
  4. 07 – Kevin Cooper
  5. 6A – Dustin Atkinson
  6. 00S – Todd Simmons
  7. C8 – Robin Maxson
  8. 21 – Dusty Swecker

Hot Mods

Heat 1 – 6 Laps

  1. 36S – Santino Loretta
  2. 79 – Joshua Simpson
  3. 17M – Josh Mullenax
  4. 11 – Trent Speicher
  5. 93 – Jason Phillips
  6. 22 – Josh Johnston

Heat 2 – 6 Laps

  1. 21H – Roger Hull
  2. 9 – Michael Simpson
  3. 4 – Kenzie Dotson
  4. B3 – Kip Swiger
  5. 18 – David Cordial

Feature – 15 Laps

  1. 79 – Joshua Simpson
  2. 9 – Michael Simpson
  3. 36S – Santino Loretta
  4. 17M – Josh Mullenax
  5. 11 – Trent Speicher
  6. 93 – Jason Phillips
  7. 18 – David Cordial
  8. 21H – Roger Hull
  9. 4 – Kenzie Dotson
  10. 22 – Josh Johnston
  11. B3 – Kip Swiger
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