07/29 #2 Tim Miller TSF Trucks 07/29 #32 Scot Williamson ARCA Cup Series 07/28 Indianapolis Add-On TSF Trucks Track 07/27 #46 David Hart TSF Trucks 07/26 #40 Rob Partridge ARCA Cup Series 07/19 Memphis (GTRL) ARCA Cup Series Track 07/04 #20 Zack Methvin ARCA Cup Series 07/04 #28 Tim Miller ARCA Cup Series 07/04 #21 Paul Sanders ARCA Cup Series 06/26 California Add-On TSF Trucks Track 06/23 #70 Jim Scarboro ARCA Cup Series 06/18 #20 Zack Methvin TSF Trucks
By the end of this one, most trucks had rubbed the wall and plenty of fenders were bent, but that's racing on the dirt. Miller took the pole and managed his race well making passes when they counted. He used the high side on the final restart to hold off Richards for the win. Yates and Richards led most of the race, but the field was never far behind. The top 6 drivers are separated by 11 points in the Summer Truck standings with only two races to go.
Rob Partridge won at Talladega on Sunday 07/27 in the NSR Nortex Early Bird at GTRL Summer Series. Another race with just one caution. This caused all kinds of different strategies to be played out towards the end. Fast paced and lots of action was the bottom line. We had 14 lead changes and 8 drivers leading at least one lap. Setup was very stable. A few drivers got caught for speeding in the pits. At the end of the day Rob Partridge would add another win to his resume. Second place went to Pete Rawicz, third to Brian Kenney, fourth to Rob Cobb and rounding up the top 5 Randy Eliason. Goody's Headache Award goes to Floyd Broadley that ran out of fuel early in the race and never was able to come back from 3 laps down. A mention of "job well done" to Fred Hensley that definitely improved his driving after having his wheel properly adjusted "with a little help from our friends"!. Next week we are at Gateway. See you all then!
Andy Graydon won at New Jersey on Saturday 07/26 in the ARAIG ARCA Ultimate Challenge S12 Series. 70 laps of New Jersey (real life distance for 2014) in the Ultimate Challenge Series. 1 Caution for the whole race (and that at the end of the first lap). Andy Graydon came out on top following a first third of the race with the top 3 nose to tale, and then the right pit strategy creating a large enough gap to take the lead and hold/consolidate for the rest of the race. Image - Lap 26, Jon Uyan still leads but his 6 second advantage is down to nothing with Graydon and Bob Fay closing right up.
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