Old Glory 125 – Concord Speedway (NC) – 5/27/16
Last Update: 11:15pm
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What Won the Race: A strong late restart by Ryan Moore allowed him to take the lead from Trevor Sanborn on the outside in turn one.
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The Skinny: Trevor Noles got into Jared Irvan’s left rear corner hard with 15 laps to go while racing for the lead, allowing Trevor Sanborn and eventual winner Ryan Moore to get by. Sanborn then spun his tires on a late restart to allow Moore to get by and score the victory.
Winning Quote: “I saw Trevor spin the tires really bad the restart before and my car was really good on restarts tonight. I kept that in the back of my mind. He spun them and I went.” – Ryan Moore
–Clay Rogers won a big money Late Model race a couple years back.
–Jake Crum is also fond of Concord, he cliched a UARA title at this track in 2008.
-Former Oxford 250 winner Jeramie Whorff is in the field and is expected to be among the PASS drivers to compete in the 250 in August.
–Joey Padgett finished on the podium in the last PASS event at Concord in November’s North-South Shootout.
-Former NASCAR Southeast Series standout Ron Young continues to make starts at the age of 46. He took a few years off but has returned to racing Super Late Models in the Southeast in the past few months.
-Former PASS South winners Matt Craig, Roger Lee Newton, and Trevor Sanborn are all in the field tonight.
Car Count: 22 Super Late Models took time.
Title Fight: Kodie Conner leads by only two points over Matt Craig after five events.
On the Move: Ryan Moore and Trevor Sanborn started 10th and 11th and ended up finishing first and second.
Biggest Loser: Clay Rogers had a car to beat early, but faded to sixth late in the event.
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Consolation Race Results:
No consi scheduled.
Heat Race Results:
No heat races scheduled.
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Time Trials: 5pm
Feature Racing: 7:30pm
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The Track: Concord Speedway, 1/2 mile high-banked tri-oval
Weather: Sunny in the mid 80’s
Next Series Race: June 3, South Boston Speedway