Bryson Winters And Graysen Reddick Score Third in A Row, While Others Capture First Wins Of The Season
By Jim Bourdon
In First Year Box Stock, Brock Beattie would take the lead on the initial start. Soon after the caution would fly as Carter Bingley would spin, drawing the caution. On the restart, Brandon Lazore would work around Beattie to take over the top spot and lead until a late caution for Beattie, who was challenging for the lead, would make hard contact with the wall off turn 4. After being evaluated by the St. John Ambulance crew, Beattie seemed ready to finish the feature, but his ride sustained too much damage to continue. He was still credited with a fourth place finish. Adrianna Winters took over the lead for a one lap shootout and came home first ahead of Brandon lazore and Carter Bingley.
Up next was the Box Stock Second Year feature, and Rhylan Poole Would take the early lead. Bryson Winters would take the lead in turn 3 on the second lap and go on to dominate the feature, that was slowed once for a spin. It was Winters’ third straight win. Poole would finish second ahead of Melcolm Banks.
Elyana Petro would lead the Rookie 2 field into turn one, but soon see Max Petro assume the top spot shortly after. Three cautions would slow the pace, but Petro was not to be denied as he was able to distance himself from rest of the field on each restart. Petro would go on to score win number two of the season, ahead of Blayden Arquette and Kyle Stewart.
In Junior Sportsman action, Graysen Reddick would take the lead on lap one, but had company in the form of Dylan Moore. The two would battle for the top spot throughout the race, While Moore would make a few moves to take the top spot, Reddick was committed to the bottom and able to hold off the challenges. A late caution would set up a one lap shootout and give Moore one last opportunity to go for the win, However, Reddick was able to maintain the top spot and took home his third straight win of the year.
Tyler Stewart would take the initial lead in the Junior Restricted feature. Leading for the next two circuits, Brennan Moore would work his way into the number one position. The race would be slowed twice for yellow flags and each time, Moore would defend the lead. He would go on to win over Braxton D’Alessio and Jacob Herbison.
In Stock Heavy, results were unable at this time
B ox Stock 1
Box Stock 2