rebelracewriter Posted July 20, 2004 Report Share Posted July 20, 2004 >Modified: >91 Bobby Maupin >07 Adam Schach >17 Adan Arambula >98 T.J. Huston >13 Johny Johnson >K9 Ed Cox >09 Brandon Blaylock >51 Roy Morin >57 Dale Flanagan >1 Austin Carter >99 Clay Huston >12 Rolando Rodriguez > The pace for the evening was set for the modifieds when at >the beginning of the B heat the two leaders got together in 1 and 2 on >the first lap and narrowed the field to only 4 running cars. The 17 >sufffered severe rear end damage, 00 a flat tire, 1 a flat tire. They >were all able to make repairs and return for the main event. The main >event started roughly with the 12 car of Rolando Rodriguez suffering a >blown motor on the pace laps, followed by pole sitter 09 Brandon >Blaylock sitting back and causing the 98 of T.J. Huston to jump the >start. This resulted in a multi car pile up in turn 4 bringing out the >first caution. Though 12 cars started the main event, only 7 were still >on the track when the checkered flag fell on 91 Bobby Maupin continuing >his domination this season. > >Limited Mods: >29v Luke Vigneault >50 Chris Cantrel >57 Jensen Prey >93 Travis Brandt >43 Rodney "Cool Rod" Norton >12 David Marroquin >07 Adam Schach >38x Leroy Greek > > The 29v of Luke >Vigneault dominated the race, leading from the green to the checkered >and only being challenged in the last two laps by the 50 car of Chris >Cantrell. > >Hobby: >4 Tim Heatherly >37 Brian Nunn >69 Roy Long >19 Alan Sweetin >64 Pam Carter >1 Jim Heatherly >6 David Biddy >57 Robert Miles > >> >Thunder: >13 Mitchell Johnson >99 Chris Brandt >3 Melanie Brandt > 13 year old Mitchell Johnson piloted the 13 >car to his first main event victory ever. > >Bomber: >17 David Dobbs >19 Alan Sweetin >58 Phil Prey >66 Chris Brandt >50 Chris Cantrel >59 Phil Prey Sr. >8 Travis Brandt >57 Jensen Prey > > >Stock go Karts: >11 Tori Khort >49 Aaron Jamison >69 Leo Lopez >4 Devin Gonzalez >10 Hanna Khort >93 Cody Gordon >00 Kasey Schach >46 Austin Braaten > >Open Karts: >91 Jared Maupin >14 Patrick Braaten >18 Billy Walker >24 Brittany Vigneault >00 Kevin Schach >21 A.J. Solis > 21 Solis led the field to the green flag only to be dropped >to the rear of the field with a sick motor. 00 Kevin Schach took over >the lead immediately and led every lap coming up the checkered when in >the exit of turn 4 lost a chain and was dropped to a 5th place finish. >For 14 laps the 00, 91, 24 and 14 ran nose to tail without so much as 3 >inches between any two karts. Everyone was rubbing and trying to loosen >up the kart in front of them but to no avail. Finally on the last lap >the 24 of Brittany got loose in turn 1 and the 14 of Patrick Braaten was >able to take over the third place spot. With Schach loosing the chain, >this moved everyone up a spot for a terrific close finish. Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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