It still isn’t too late to grab a win at Crawford County Speedway.
Cameron Mott and Edward Boyster each won their respective race for the first time on Saturday at CCS.
Another slate of racing is scheduled for Saturday starting at 7:30 p.m.
Races this weekend will feature double points for Street Stock, Mini Stock and Front Wheel Drive classes.
If 16 or more cars race are fielded in the A Modified, Grand National and 360 E Modified, that particular race will have a $400 top prize. Mott earned his first Front Wheel Drive win after taking ninth last week. Mott’s highest finish before his win on Saturday was when he took fourth back on the opening date (March 9). Since then, Mott hasn’t finished higher than fifth.
Van Buren’s Cody Smith continues to show his consistency as he was runner-up for the fifth time this season. Smith, last week’s winner, has finished either first or second in 14 out of 18 races this season including nine wins this season.
Jimmy Hamilton picked up his second consecutive third-place finish while Randy Payne (Cedarville) and Josh Jones rounded out the Top 5.
Edward Boyster picked up his first Mini Stock win, finishing ahead of 12 drivers. Boyster has participated in 11 races this season, including the last five. His highest finish has been third (June 22 and July 6).
Alma’s Teddy Parker, who has four wins in eight starts this season, was second and Lucas Yutterman of Rudy was third. Point leader Rusty Lemonier of Chester was fourth after placing runner-up last week, Scott Boyster was fifth.
Jamison English added another win as he took first in the Grand National race Saturday at Crawford County Speedway.
English had back-to-back wins on June 22 and 29. This marks his third win in seven races this season.
Last week’s winner, Clifton Drummond,picked up his fourth runner-up spot while George Rudy was third. John Garner had his second consecutive fourth-place finish and Eddie Rich was fifth.
Cedarville’s Dalton McKenzie grabbed his third E Modified win in four starts. Paul Whitworth (Van Buren), who last won on July 20, was runner up and Delman Burris (Cedarville) was third. Shaw Pinkerton (Cedarville) clinched fourth and Brent Robertson (Alma) nabbed fifth.
Hank Long won his second Modified race in seven starts. Victor Pinkerton grabbed his third consecutive runner-up finish while Martin Hemphill was third.
Current point leader Jason Foster had his string of four consecutive wins snapped as he took fourth. Foster has nine wins this season. Remington Watson was fifth.
Rudy’s Cody Collingsworth finally made his way back to the victory lap as he won his first Street Stock race since March 16. Jaylen Brewton (Alma) was runner up while Watson grabbed his second straight third-place finish.
Alma’s Zane Hunter, a six-time winner this season, was fourth and last week’s winner, Will Lamproe placed fifth. Hunter was trailing point leader Chris Perkins by five points heading into Saturday’s race.
Crawford County Speedway
Race Results, Aug. 3
Grand National — 1, Jamision English; 2, Clifton Drummond; 3, George Rudy; 4, John Garner; 5, Eddie Rich; 6, Duane Rose; 7, Bobby Henson; 8, Mike Allen; 9, Brad McMahon.
Mini Stock — 1, Edward Boyster; 2, Teddy Parker; 3, Lucas Yutterman; 4, Rusty Lemonier; 5, Scott Boyster; 6, Kurley Joe Wilson; 7, Hank Long; 8, John Ferrari; 9, John Wesley; 10, James Boyster; 11, Stan Lewis; 12, Chris Beard; 13, Tony Ferrari.
Front Wheel Drive — 1, Cameron Mott; 2, Cody Smith; 3, Jimmy Hamilton; 4, Randy Payne; 5, Josh Jones; 6, Matt Hobbs; 7, Susan Payne; 8, Shamron Ritchie; 9, Bobby Jones; 10, Jonathan Roberts; 11, Chris Payne; 12, Montana Ritchie; 13, Chelsie Jones.
360 E Modified — 1, Dalton McKenzie; 2, Paul Whitworth; 3, Delman Burris; 4, Shawn Pinkerton; 5, Brent Robertson; 6, Michael Hines; 7, Lee Whitworth.
Modified — 1, Hank Long; 2, Victor Pinkerton; 3, Martin Hemphil; 4, Jason Foster; 5, Remington Watson; 6, Dakota Essman; 7, Chris Tuck.
Street Stock — 1, Cody Collingsworth; 2, Jaylen Brewton; 3, Remington Watson; 4, Zane Hunter; 5, Will Lamproe; 6, Brent Lewis; 7, Sambo Parmenter; 8, Chris Perkins; 9, Justin Allen; 10, Brett Webb.