Grand National driver Mike McMahon of Van Buren was looking for his first win of the 2014 season as Crawford County Speedway kicked of the annual $500 to win 30-lap Terry Brown Memorial Race. However, it was Billy Wheeler who earned the victory.

McMahon qualified to start on the inside pole in front of a 15-car field,with Uniontown’s, Chris Coughran sitting on the outside. With several heavy contenders right behind the pole setters, including Roy Long, Roger Carter of Cedarville, Kyle McAllister and Thurman Blanton.

McMahon jumped into the lead followed by Coughran, Long, Carter racing three and four wide. By Lap 5, point leader Wheeler of Muldrow moved passed Carter into fourth. Coughran spun out going into Turn 3 and 4. That allowed Wheeler and Long to move into the second and third spots.

McMahon continued his lead when he drifted high and spun. This resulted in a caution and sent him to the back. Wheeler took over the lead with McAllister moving quickly from fourth to second followed by Long and two-time champion Brandon Hunter of Cedarville, who began the race in 14th. Grant Davis, who won back on Aug. 2, moved from eighth to fifth.

McMahon worked his way to sixth during Lap 24 when his race car slammed the wall climbing up over the concrete barrier sending him into the safety fence and tearing a five-foot hole in the fencing. McMahon was uninjured but car received heavy damage. Wheeler took home the $500 to Win Terry Brown Memorial Grand National feature for the first time at CCS followed by McAllister, Long, Hunter and Blanton.

—with PEGGY WATSON

Street Stock

Van Buren’s Ronnie Lingo won his third feature race. Duane Rose (Mulberry) was second and Alma’s Remington Watson took third. Eddie Rich placed fourth and Logan Rose was fifth.

Mini Stock

Teddy Parker (Alma) clinched his ninth win of the season and has won three of the last five races. Axel Carter was runner up and Aaron Moss nabbed third in his debut. Travis Boyster and Barbara Johnson (Alma) rounded out the Top 5.

A Modified

Randy Payne grabbed his second straight win in the A Modified class. Payne won seven races this season in the A Modified. Cedarville’s Victor Pinkerton was second while Jason Foster finished third.

"Our hearts are sadden today by the passing of No. 30 Front Wheel Drive Randy Payne," Peggy Watson posted to Facebook on Sunday. "Randy was a true race car driver. His dad raced at CCS for years. Randy and his family have kept the racing tradition going. Our deepest sympathies goes out to Susan, Andrew and all of their family at this time. We pray for comfort, guidance and peace."

E Modified

After finishing 10th last week, Ramon Sambrano won his second race of the season. Adam Hardin placed second and Andrew Smoot was third. Randall Hardbarger and Casey Wilson rounded out the Top 5.

Other Races

Corey Howell won the Front Wheel Drive, picking up his fourth win of the season. Gary Prewett won the first Mechanics Race and Jimmy Wilson took first in the second one. Crawford County Speedway hosted a go-kart race on the infield of the track with Melinda Foster winning one division and Madison Eagle taking first in the second junior division.

No. 30

Randy Payne of Cedarville (not the A Modified driver) last participated in a race back on Aug. 2. After suffereing from complications on Friday, he died at a hospital in Fayetteville.

"Our hearts are sadden today by the passing of No. 30 Front Wheel Drive Randy Payne," Peggy Watson posted to Facebook on Sunday. "Randy was a true race car driver. His dad raced at CCS for years. Randy and his family have kept the racing tradition going. Our deepest sympathies goes out to Susan, Andrew and all of their family at this time. We pray for comfort, guidance and peace."

TRI-STATE SPEEDWAY

Lonny Flanagan won his first feature race at Tri-State Speedway in Pocola as five drivers from Crawford County took home wins.

TSS is hosting the 6th Annual Tillman Evans Memorial Point Races and & Old Timer’s Races presented by Bumper to Bumper Auto Parts on Aug. 23.

Pure Stock

Van Buren’s Marshall Penson grabbed his 11th win and his third in five starts Saturday at Tri State Speedway in the Pure Stock feature race.

Penson had finished third last week with Alma’s Jesse Garner nabbing the win. Garner finished seventh this week.

Tyler Chambers, who last appeared in a feature race back on April 12, was runner up. Alma’s Zane Hunter, who was participating in two feature races, placed third. Jennifer Robertson of Alma was fourth and Van Buren’s Kaelin Richesin debuted at fifth.

Penson has won back-to-back races at TSS since he won three straight (April 26-May 10).

USRA B Modified

Flanagan won his first race in nine starts at TSS this season. He last raced on July 26 and finished fifth. Two-time winner, Greg Woodcock was runner up and Camden Perry picked up his second straight third-place finish. Perry has finished third in five of his last six feature races.

Ken McCarty clinched fourth and Van Buren’s Dakota Bandy was fifth.

Factory Stock

Michael Brasch took his second straight Factory Stock feature race. Darren Scott nabbed second and Devon Johnson was third. Rick Edgerton and Jerome Heinrich were fourth and fifth respectively.

Super Stock

Kyle Slader won his first Super Stock race of the season. Gean Davlin, who has one win, was runner-up and Freddie Hogrefe grabbed third. Last week’s winner, Dylan Davlin, was fourth and Neil Johnston clinched fifth.

USRA Modified

Alma’s Randy Henson bounced back from last week’s seventh-place finish to pick up his fourth feature win. Henson had back-to-back wins

Last week’s winner, Brent Holman was second. Holman has four wins this season as well. Jeremy Rasmussen was third and Chad Smith debuted at fourth. Martin Hemphill rounded out the Top 5.

Economy/360 Modified

Zane Hunter won his fourth race this season at TSS after placing either second or third in the past two races. Van Buren’s Dalton McKenzie was second Mulberry’s Anthony Reeves (who had the last two wins) was third.

Front Wheel Drive

James Poe won his third straight and his fifth overall Front Wheel Drive feature race. Mountainburg’s Brian White was runner up in his first feature event. Chris Perkins, who has four wins this season, placed third and Aaron Dyer clinched fourth.

Mini Stock

Chris Tuck of Mulberry won his second Mini Stock feature. Alma’s Tony Ferrari, who won last week, was runner up.

Enduro Series (Second Race)

Jeremy Wilson won the second outing of the Enduro Series. Wilson was runner up in the first run while Greg Dobbs won that event. However, Dobbs was second in the recent event followed by Rudy’s Chris Perkins.

The final running of the series will be Sept. 27.

Crawford County Speedway

Terry Brown Memorial Race Results

for Aug. 16

Grand National — 1, Billy Wheeler; 2, Kyle McAllister; 3, Roy Long; 4, Brandon Hunter; 5, Grant Davis; 6, Thurman Blanton; 7, Chris Coughran; 8, Mike McMahon; 9, Ricky Smith; 10, Roger Carter; 11, Chad Langford; 12, J.J. Harvick; 13, John Garner; 14, Bobby Prewett; 15, Remington Watson; DNS - Mike Rice.

Street Stock — 1, Ronnie Lingo; 2, Duane Rose; 3, Remington Watson; 4, Eddie Rich; 5, Logan Rose; 6, Darrell Lingo; 7, Will Lamproe; 8, Gene Gore; 9, Matt Weir; 10, Clifton Lingo; 11, Chuck Bentley; 12, Dwayne Selman; 13, Devin Foster; 14, Chase Donbarger; 15, Eli Dodd; 16, Jimmy Odom; 17, Matt Bolton.

Mini Stock — 1, Teddy Parker; 2, Axel Carter; 3, Aaron Moss; 4, Travis Boyster; 5, Barbara Johnson; 6, Stan Lewis; 7, Edward Boyster; 8, Caleb Odom; DNS - John West.

A Modified — 1, Randy Payne; 2, Victor Pinkerton; 3, Jason Foster; 4, Mike Dunigan; 5, Hank Long; 6, Ronnie Duncan.

E Modified — 1, Ramon Sambrano; 2, Adam Hardin; 3, Andrew Smoot; 4, Randall Hardbarger; 5, Casey Wilson; 6, Roy Long; 7, Bobby Henson; 8, Remington Watson.

Front Wheel Drive — 1, Cory Howell; 2, Shannon Howell; 3, Chris Beard.

Mechanics Race

Race 1 — 1, Gary Prewett; 2, Brant Lewis; 3, Devin Foster; 4, Lynn Ellsion; 5, Chris Coughran Sr.; 6, Kim Wheeler.

Race 2 — 1, Jimmy Wilson; 2, J.D. Wiley; 3, Bruce Paulus; 4, Tony Davis; 5, Brittany Henson.

Go-Karts — 1, Melinda Foster; 2, Frank Foster; 3, Randy Payne; 4, Jaymee McGarran; 5, Randall Jones; 6, Don Foster; 7, Jason Stroud; 8, Bobby Murray; 9, Toby Foster

Jr Go-Karts — 1, Madison Eagle; 2, McKayla Eagle; 3, Tyler Drummond.

Tri-State Speedway

Race Results for Aug. 16

Pure Stock — 1, Marshall Penson; 2, Tyler Chambers; 3, Zane Hunter; 4, Jennifer Robertson; 5, Kaelin Richesin; 6, Cody Collingsworth; 7, Jesse Garner; 8, Junior Thornburg; 9, Jalon Brewton; 10, Lucas Cooksey; DNS - Josh Asher, Fred Ross.

USRA B Modified — 1, Lonny Flanagan; 2, Greg Woodcock; 3, Camden Perry; 4, Ken McCarty; 5, Dakota Bandy; 6, Dean Green; 7, Chris Hawkins; 8, Jeff Vaughan; 9, Alan Goforth; 10, Dallas Bourland; 11, Jay Rierson; 12, Ryan Adams; 13, Steve Butler.

Factory Stock — 1, Michael Brasch; 2, Darren Scott; 3, Devon Johnson; 4, Rick Edgerton; 5, Jerome Heinrich; 6, Jay Anderson; 7, Nick Korte; 8, Cecil Hayes; 9, Justin Johnson; DNS - Bryant Walker.

Super Stock — 1, Kyle Slader; 2, Gean Davlin; 3, Freddie Hogrefe; 4, Dylan Davlin; 5, Neil Johnston; 6, Johnny Mitchell; 7, Chuck Knight; 8, Ron Grover; 9, Chris Nicholson; 10, Roy Roberts; 11, Brent Robertson; 12, George Rudy; 13, Robert Smith; 14, Dakota Essman; 15, Robert Southerland; 16, Jeff Metcalf; 17, Eric Beshoner; 18, Brian Young.

USRA Modified — 1, Randy Henson; 2, Brent Holman; 3, Jeremy Rasmussen; 4, Chad Smith; 5, Martin Hemphill; 6, Brian Williams; 7, Chris Lewis; 8, Kyle Ledford; 9, David Marez; 10, Patrick Goodnight; 11, Steve Holzkamper; 12, Allen Owen; 13, Jeremy Vaughn; 14, Melvin Pilcher; 15, George Martin; 16, Scott Glover.

Economy/360 Modified — 1, Zane Hunter; 2, Dalton McKenzie; 3, Anthony Reeves; 4, Delman Burris; 5, Jason Payton; 6, Wade Barnes; 7, Mike Hines.

Front Wheel Drive — 1, James Poe; 2, Brian White; 3, Chris Perkins; 4, Aaron Dyer; 5, Joshua Jones; 6, Tom Paulson; 7, Scott Bridges; 8, Cameron Mott; DNS — Johnny Rusher.

Mini Stock — 1, Christopher Tuck; 2, Tony Ferrari; 3, Charles Jones; DNS - Gary Clark.

Enduro Series — 1, Jeremy Wilson; 2, Greg Dobbs; 3, Chris Perkins; 4, Chad Knight; 5, Ron Hames; 6, Derrek Wilson; 7, Jack Bieker; 8, Quinten Roberts; 9, Brady Dobbs; 10, Randy Norris.