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USLMS at Winchester Speedway - 7/2 Results (Read 1725 times)
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07/03/16 at 4:25pm
July 2, 2016
Satterlee Banks $5000 in Colonial Clash Round Two Saturday at Winchester
Stoner Out Duels Roberson in RUSH Crates
by Doug Watson
WINCHESTER, VA (July 2) - The rain postponed Ultimate Super Late Model Series "Colonial Clash" got back under way last Saturday at Winchester Speedway with Indiana Pa.'s Gregg Satterlee scoring the popular win, The win for Satterlee, worth $5000, was his first Winchester feature win of the season and his first with the traveling Ultimate Super Late Model Series.
Dennis "Rambo" Franklin and Gregg Satterlee shared the front row for the start of the 50-lap main with Franklin surging into the race lead as the field roared into turn one with Satterlee in tow, The lead duo waged hand to hand combat for the first 18 laps before Satterlee boomed by on the 19th lap to become the new race leader, Satterlee would eventually pace the remaining laps, but would have to survive a slew of late race cautions to post the victory aboard his Satterlee Petroleum, Rocket XR-1 no.22. "I love when this place when it has a big cushion on it like it has here tonight." Satterlee stated in his post race interview. "Greg (Gunter) had this place real racy tonight and I hope we put on a good show for the fans." The yellow flags towards the end of the event made Satterlee a bit nervous. "I didn't need those yellows." Satterlee bottom lined, "I didn't think our car was taking off as fast as it should on the restarts but it helped having clear track once we got going and it feels great to get our team a win here tonight" Runner up Jason Covert was pleased with his performance. "We used our stuff up trying to catch Gregg." Said Covert, "He did a good job tonight and we'll try to beat him tomorrow at Potomac." Colonial Clash round one winner Dale Hollidge was solid in third. "We didn't need those yellows there at the end." Hollidge stated. "We were good on the bottom but I needed the race to stay green if we had a shot to win, but we'll take third and move on." Jamie Lathroum took fourth with 9th starting Jason Miller rounding out the top-five. Dennis "Rambo" Franklin set fast time in time trials over the 20-car field with a one lap time of 14.848 with Kenny Collins capturing the B-Main.
Transtan Stoner drove to his second win of the season in the companion 20-lap RUSH Crate Late Model event. Stoner started on the pole and would pace all 20 circuits, but it was no easy trip to victory lane. Stoner and eventual runner up Logan Roberson raced door to door over the final 10 laps with Stoner holding his ground and taking home the hard fought victory. "I was a bit worried when I saw how heavy the track was when we got here tonight," Stoner stated post race. "I like it better when it's slick, but we figured the late models would widen the track out and they did, and to race with Logan like that sure was a lot of fun." Ninth starting Darin Henderson was third, Timmy Booth took fourth with 11th starting Austin Stover rounding out the top-five. Heats went to Stoner and Kyle Lee.
In support class action, Justin Hottle roared to his 6th win of the season in the 15-lap Four Cylinder feature, Mark Vegh scored his first win of 2016 in the 15-lap Enduro Stock main and Glen Ninninger took top honors in the 10-lap Vintage feature.
Late Model feature finish (50-laps)
1. Gregg Satterlee 2. Jason Covert 3. Dale Hollidge 4. Jamie Lathroum 5. Jason Miller 6. Ross Robinson 7. Dennis "Rambo Franklin 8. Glenn Elliott 9. Walker Arthur 10. Mark Pettyjohn 11. Amanda Whaley 12. Travis Stickley 13. Kenny Moreland 14. Allan Brannon 15. Kyle Hardy 16. Kenny Collins 17. Jonathan DeHaven 18. Reese Masiello 19. Rick Elliott 20. Carl Grady
RUSH Crate Late Model feature finish
1. Transtan Stoner 2. Logan Roberson 3. Darin Henderson 4. Timmy Booth 5. Austin Stover 6. Dave Friedrich 7. Steve Lowery 8. Tanner Kerr 9. Mike Franklin 10. Jacob Piper 11. Gunner Kerr 12. Brent Bordeaux 13. Devin Brannon 14. Greg Carrico 15. Joe Hall 16. Scott Sweeney 17. Kyle Lee 18. Wes Branner 19. Matt Tarbox (DNS) 20. Kris Eaton (DNS)
Four Cylinder feature finish
1. Justin Hottle 2. Michael Pfaff 3. Melvin Ours 4. Willie Dodson 5. Randy Linaburg 6. Charles Shearer 7. Allen Whitt Jr. 8. Ethan Ours
Enduro Stock feature finish
1. Mark Vegh 2. Tommy Caravello 3. Danny Holmes 4. Tyler Gray 5. Paul Jones 6. Ricky Feltner 7. Bryan Neff 8. Allen Jones 9. Kevin Lee 10. William Crook 11. Dalton Dillman 12. Rodney Miner 13. Ralph Hansberger 14, Terry Leach 15. Justin Dillman
July 3, 2016
Jason Covert picks up Ultimate Colonial Clash victory at Potomac
BUDDS CREEK, Maryland July 3) - Jason Covert of York Haven, Pennsylvania held off Dale Hollidge Sunday at Potomac Speedway to pick up his first career Ultimate Super Late Model Series (Colonial Clash) victory worth $5,000. Dale Hollidge, Darryl Hills, Kenny Moreland, and Walker Arthur rounded out the top five finishers. Jason Covert set fast time in qualifying with a time of 14.486 seconds. Consolation race winner was Stevie Long.
1 - Jason Covert
2 - Dale Hollidge
3 - Darryl Hills
4 - Kenny Moreland
5 - Walker Arthur
6 - Ricky Elliott
7 - Amanda Whaley
8 - Jason Miller
9 - Reese Masiello
10 - Jamie Lathroum
11 - Dennis Franklin
12 - Brent Bordeaux
13 - Ross Robinson
14 - Kenny Collins
15 - Jonathan DeHaven
16 - Stevie Long
17 - Gregg Satterlee
18 - Glenn Elliott
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