Crawford County Speedway concludes its 2014 season opener on Saturday night. CCS hosted the final preseason practice on Thursday and on Friday the Mini Stock and Front Wheel Drive classes had their first full race with heats and features. The top prize was $200 to win. The other classes, the 360 E Modified, Grand National and the A Modified qualified Friday night with the feature races set for Saturday.

The Southern Outlaw Late Models will make their first appearance Saturday night, paying $750 to win, $100 to start. The Modified and Grand Nationals will be racing for $1,000 to win, $100 to start.

Last weekend, CCS opened up the 2014 season with the annual car show and practice.

About 70 cars and drivers were attendance and competing for the top prize.

Matt Hobbs (No. 18H) won the Front Wheel Drive class and Chris Tuck (No. 6T) took the top prize in the Mini Stock class.

Gene Gore (No. 76) of Muldrow, Okla., was first in the Street Stock. In the Grand National class, Bobby Prewett won while Delman Burris (No. 17) grabbed first in the E Modified.

Randy Payne (No. 21) of Watts, Okla., won the A Modified class.

2014 CCS Car Show Winners

Front Wheel Drive

1. Matt Hobbs

2. Jimmy Hamilton

3. Chris Beard

Mini Stock

1. Chris Tuck

2. Lucas Yutterman

3. Behareh Pece

Street Stock

1. Gene Gore

2. Zane Unter

3. Summer Abshere

Grand National

1. Bobby Prewett

2. Chance Asher

1. Grant Davis

E Modified

1. Delman Burris

2. Dalton McKenzie

3. Brittany Henson

A Modified

1. Randy Payne

2. Larry Tounzen

3. Victor Pinkerton