Hot Mod Driver Jason Phillips / All photos by Beckie Boyd

Roaring engines heard at Elkins Raceway despite gloomy skies Saturday

KERENS – As dark clouds filled the sky Saturday, many thought regular racing would be canceled at Elkins Raceway. A little rain did not scare true racing fans away.

Mini wedge divisions began as the skies cleared. A beautiful sunset soon followed, turning a gloomy evening into the perfect racing conditions.

As the season is speeding by, races continue to heat up and the competition continues to be fierce. As the green flag fell, the upcoming checkered flag was all that mattered then.

Saturday’s feature race winners are as follows:

  • Younger Mini Wedges – Adley Green
  • Older Mini Wedges – Brad Currence
  • Super Lates – Billy Holbert
  • Crates – AJ Spagnuolo
  • Modifieds – Phil Jeffries
  • Street Stock – Jason Ammons
  • Hot Mods – Santino Loretta

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Younger Mini Wedges

Heat 1

  1. Adley Green
  2. Nelson Herron
  3. Jake Herron
  4. Jaelee Green
  5. Wyatt Yeager

Feature

  1. Adley Green
  2. Nelson Herron
  3. Wyatt Yeager
  4. Jake Herron
  5. Jaelee Green

Older Mini Wedges

Heat 1

  1. Brad Currence 
  2. Kolby Sullivan
  3. Nevin Bennett
  4. Gunner Binns
  5. Kris Wyatt
  6. Declan Carpenter
  7. Grace Collins
  8. Olivia Loudin

Feature

  1. Brad Currence
  2. Gunner Binns
  3. Kolby Sullivan
  4. James Holmes
  5. Kris Wyatt
  6. Declan Carpenter
  7. Nevin Bennett
  8. Grace Collins
  9. Olivia Loudin

Super Lates

Heat 1 – 10 laps

  1. 5 – Shane Hitt
  2. 7 – Billy Holbert
  3. 1H – Ace Howdershelt
  4. 21T – Chad Tasker

Heat 2 – 10 laps

  1. 2 – Logan Hitt
  2. 44 – Dylan Lewis
  3. 38 – Kenney Hamrick
  4. C3 – Nick Corley

Feature – 30 laps

  1. 7 – Billy Holbert
  2. 2 – Logan Hitt
  3. 5 – Shane Hitt
  4. 44 – Dylan Lewis
  5. 1H – Ace Howdershelt
  6. 38 – Kenney Hamrick
  7. 21T – Chad Tasker
  8. C3 – Nick Corley

Crates

Heat 1 – 8 Laps

  1. 44 – Lucas McDonald
  2. 32 – Brent Trimble
  3. 27S – DerrickShaw
  4. 5 – Tyler Parrish
  5. 9C – Chandi Currence
  6. 5L – Phillip “J.R.” Likins
  7. 54 – Eddie Starkey
  8. 28N – Noah Whited

Heat 2 – 8 Laps

  1. 184 – Kyle Lukon
  2. H20 – Luke Hyre
  3. K2 – Kris Southern
  4. 5A – AJ Spagnuolo
  5. 14L – Dustin Luzier
  6. 32C – Eric Cogar
  7. 3S – Mike Sturn

Feature – 25 Laps

  1. 5A – AJ Spagnuolo
  2. 184 – Kyle Lukon
  3. H20 – Luke Hyre
  4. 5 – Tyler Parrish
  5. K2 – Kris Southern
  6. 32C – Eric Cogar
  7. 5L – Phillip “J.R.” Likins
  8. 28N – Noah Whited
  9. 9C – Chandi Currence
  10. 27S – Derrick Shaw
  11. 14L – Dustin Luzier
  12. 32 – Brent Trimble
  13. 44 – Lucas McDonald
  14. 54 – Eddie Starkey
  15. 3S – Mike Sturn

Modifieds

Heat 1 – 6 Laps

  1. 97 – Mitch Thomas
  2. 5M – Jamie McCloud
  3. 29 – Scott Bittinger
  4. 14R – Josh Rovello
  5. 52 – Shane Sanders

Heat 2 – 6 Laps

  1. J4 – Phil Jeffries
  2. 19 – Troy Frazier
  3. OK – Kenney Rowback
  4. 61B – Randy Bise
  5. 47 – Sam Henderson

Feature – 20 Laps

  1. J4 – Phil Jeffries
  2. 5M – Jamie McCloud
  3. 14R – Josh Rovello
  4. OK – Kenney Rowback
  5. 19 – Troy Frazier
  6. 47 – Sam Henderson
  7. 61B – Randy Bise
  8. 29 – Scott Bittinger
  9. 52 – Shane Sanders
  10. 97 – Mitch Thomas
  11. 20 – Matthew Chenoweth

Street Stocks

Heat 1 – 6 Laps

  1. 56 – Kevin Keene
  2. 10X – Jason Ammons
  3. 00S – Todd Simmons
  4. 17B – Rusty Ball
  5. C8 – Robin Maxon

Heat 2 – 6 Laps

  1. 6A – Dustin Atkinson
  2. 19 – Randy Bohan
  3. 07 – Kevin Cooper
  4. 7C – Nathan Cowger
  5. 97 – Thomas Simpson

Feature – 15 Laps

  1. 10X – Jason Ammons
  2. 56 – Kevin Keene
  3. 6A – Dustin Atkinson
  4. 19 – Randy Bohan
  5. 00S – Todd Simmons
  6. 7C – Nathan Cowger
  7. 07 – Kevin Cooper
  8. C8 – Robin Maxon
  9. 97 – Thomas Simpson
  10. 17B – Rusty Ball

Hot Mods

Heat 1 – 6 Laps

  1. 36S – Santino Loretta
  2. 9 – Michael Simpson
  3. 97 – Daniel Simpson
  4. 14H – Joshua Hymes

Heat 2 – 6 Laps

  1. 17M – Josh Mullenax
  2. 79 – Joshua Simpson
  3. 21H – Roger Hull
  4. 93 – Jason Phillips

Feature – 15 Laps

  1. 36S – Santino Loretta
  2. 9 – Michael Simpson
  3. 79 – Joshua Simpson
  4. 17M – Josh Mullenax
  5. 21H – Roger Hull
  6. 97 – Daniel Simpson
  7. 14H – Joshua Hymes
  8. 93 – Jason Phillips
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