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By Cody Heacox

 

In the words of Jeff Bunton “Ahh It’s another Bowman Gray Hangover” as Sportsman had their final 100 main event of the season. As it was a perfect night for racing with the beautiful clear skies. From a late race winning move to an absolute great comeback story.

As Street Stock would get the night started with Spencer Martin holding off Gerald Robinson for his fifth win of the season. Billy Gregg third, Taylor Robbins fourth, and Jac Creed fifth.

Next would be the first of two 25 lap modified races. While Tim Brown would start on the pole and go on to lead flag to flag and pick up his third win of the season and second win in a row. Lee Jeffreys second, Burt Myers third, Bobby Measmer Jr fourth, and Randy Butner fifth.

Now it’s time for the nights Main Event the Colors Edge Sportsman 100, as Dylan Ward would start on the pole and led most of the race, as Derek Stoltz would make contact with Andrew Durham sending Durham into the wall. “I hit the 2 car (Andrew Durham),” Stoltz said. “It was on purpose. It was deliberate, and I told him I was going to. He’s cost me two races this year, so I just cost him a whole lot of money. I figured we were even for that first time he wrecked me. Now we’ve got one more.”

While Ward and John Holleman would battle for many laps for the lead, eventually Holleman would get by and lead for a handful of laps until Primetime himself Derek Stoltz would get behind Holleman. As the two would battle hard for the lead and both used every little bit of their bumpers on one another. Stoltz would bump Holleman out of the way and take the lead. With 15 to go Taylor Branch would get into the back of Amber Lynn causing her to spin.

The race would then restart with 11 laps remaining and Stoltz took would grab the lead over Zack Clifton. Then with 5 to go Clifton and Holleman would make contact ending the chance for both drivers to pick up the win. Meanwhile Derek Stoltz would go on to hold off Tommy Neal to pick up the second Sportsman 100 win of the season. Michael Adams third, Kyle Southern fourth and Zack Ore fifth.

Time for race number two of the Modifieds, Daniel Beeson would start on the pole with Bobo Brown alongside him. Brown would get by Beeson early and set sail. While Chris Fleming would move up to second with Jason Myers right behind him. Although Fleming gave him a run for his money, Bobo Brown would go on to pick up the emotional win to his great comeback story after his fight with cancer. For Brown this meant a victory over cancer.

“I got to thank Jesus Christ and to thank God. From where I was three months ago laying in a hospital bed fighting for my life and here I am now back winning Modified races at the Madhouse,” said Joseph Brown. “This right here means dreams do come true. You go from fighting cancer three months ago to standing here in Victory Lane. If you’re fighting cancer, this right here shows that you can beat it and you can come back.”

Chris Fleming would finish second, Jason Myers third, John Smith fourth and Jonathan Brown fifth.
David Hopkins and Wesley Thompson would win Stadium Stock. 

 

RACE RESULTS: JULY 28

BRAD’S GOLF CARS MODIFIED SERIES: Race One
FINISHCARDRIVER
183Tim Brown
275Lee Jeffreys
31Burt Myers
414Bobby Measmer Jr.
55Randy Butner
622Jonathan Brown
74Jason Myers
853John Smith
913Chris Fleming
1018Daniel Yates
112Joseph Brown
1244Daniel Beeson
1331Zach Brewer
1479James Civali
1516William Smith
1688Tom Buzze
1741Jimmy Wallace
187Ryan Nelson
1951Marty Butner
2010Cody Norman
2115Michael Ellender
2277Susan Harwell
BRAD’S GOLF CARS MODIFIED SERIES: Race Two
FINISHCARDRIVER
12Joseph Brown
213Chris Fleming
34Jason Myers
453John Smith
522Jonathan Brown
618Daniel Yates
75Randy Butner
81Burt Myers
983Tim Brown
1044Daniel Beeson
1175Lee Jeffreys
1231Zach Brewer
1314Bobby Measmer Jr.
1488Tom Buzze
1579James Civali
1616William Smith
1741Jimmy Wallace
1851Marty Butner
197Ryan Nelson
2077Susan Harwell
2115Michael Ellender
 
TEXAS STEAK & TAP HO– USE SPORTSMAN SERIES: Colors Edge Sportsman 100
FINISHCARDRIVER
102Derek Stoltz
221Tommy Neal
319Michael Adams
492Kyle Southern
555Zack Ore
607Kevin Neal
770Dylan Ward
84John Holleman
938Mitch Gales
108Casey Kepley Jr
1186Taylor Branch
1281Zack Clifton
1330Tanner Tilley
1401Amber Lynn
153Jeff Garrison
1678Nick Collins
172Andrew Durham
1862Bubba Tilley
1914Terry Thompson
LAW OFFICES OF JOHN BARROW STREET STOCK SERIES
FINISHCARDRIVER
15Spencer Martin
269Gerald Robinson Jr
328Billy Gregg
440Taylor Robbins
508Jacob Creed
607Kenneth Stimpson
797Jeremy Warren
813Kevin Gilbert
999Bryan Sykes
1031Brandon Butner
1198Nate Gregg
1216Brad Lewis
1315Nick Wall
141Christian Joyce
1533Dennis Lanier
1611Hunter Hutchens
1766Mike Evans
1809David Creed
1900Donnie Martin
2029Bradley Potts
2122Brian Wall
2219Corey Rose
2330Blake Shupe
242Willie Wall
Q104.1 STADIUM STOCK SERIES: Race A
FINISHCARDRIVER
102Wesley Thompson
281Chuck Wall
301Chris Allison
447Tyler McDonald
58Brandon Brendle
676Billy Cameron Jr
73Kyler Staley
822Adam Thomas
924A.J. Sanders
1027Austin Cates
1168Tyler Bush
1261Jason Keaton
1354Justin Owens
1469Brandon Crotts
1560Brad Mickalowski
1620Scarlett Dahmer
171Grayson Keaton
1826K.C. Myers
Q104.1 STADIUM STOCK SERIES: Race B
FINISHCARDRIVER
110David Hopkins
223Andy Spears
375Jeffery Burrow
42XTodd Barnhardt
551Junior Snow
649Shawn Hayes
700Ricky Wall
828Robert Mabe
90Carlos Clifton
1091David Houck
1177Chelsea Adkins
122Jason Everhart
139Richard Brannock
1439Patrick Mullen
1533DJ Dean
1699Blake Walker
1709Tim Evans
1835Johnny Baker

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