What Won the Race: Jeff Fultz got the lead after Preston Peltier had issues on a late-race start. Fultz then held off Tate Fugleman for his first PASS South win.
1. Jeff Fultz
3. Dalton Sargeant
4. Jared Fryar
5. Jeremie Whorff
6. Joey Padgett
7. Dead McCaskill
8. Matt Craig
9. Hannah Newhouse
10. Ron Young
11. Preston Peltier
12. Spencer Davis
13. Chase Purdy
14. Tyler Ankrum
15. Trey Jarrell
16. Kodie Conner
17. John Michael Shenette
18. Blake Jones
19. Peyton Sellers
20. Vinnie Miller
21. Jimmy Doyle
22. Brandon Setzer
The Skinny: Jeff Fultz became the 50th different PASS South winner.
Winning Quote: “I feel like I had the lead like three times with a lap to go in a PASS event,” said Fultz. “Now I can put this on on the shelf and I am a PASS South winner.”
Winning Crew Chief: Jeff Fultz
Winning Chassis: LFR
Winning Shocks: Penske
Winning Engine: Hamner Racing Engines
On the Move: Jared Fryar started 20th and finished fourth.
Biggest Loser: Brandon Setzer started 11th and finished 22nd.
Jeff Fultz won tonight’s PASS 150 at SoBo. Felt took the lead after Preston Peltier didn’t come up to speed and he took advantage and got the lead. With the win Fultz becomes the 50th different winner in the PASS South Series.
A big wreck with 25 laps remaining took out several drivers. Peltier had a battery problem so we heard from the track and that helped trigger the wreck as drivers behind got impatient.
Matt Craig rebounded to finish eighth and added to his PASS South point lead.
Matt Bowling swept the Late Model Stock events.
Pre-Feature Notebook: Tate Fogleman and Vinnie Miller led the practice rounds here on Friday at South Boston. Preston Peltier is the only former winners at SoBo in the field today. Only one driver, Ross Kenseth has won here more then once. He is not in the lineup today.
In practice Peyton Sellers had smoke pouring out of the back of his 99. He went to the pits without a yellow flag. He would return for practice two.
Of the information we have Tate Fogleman led the first practice over Spencer Davis. Some crafty veterans have made the trip for this race, they include Jeff Fultz, Jeff Scofield and former Oxford 250 winner Jeramie Whorff. Sellers is not the only Late Model Stock guy making a change today as Deac McCaskill is here running for Coulter Motorsports looking to get a win at SoBo.
Matt Craig led the second practice over Spencer Davis and Dalton Sergeant.
In Late Model Stock action Josh Oakley led practice one and Matt Bowling led the second practice.
Preston Peltier sets fas time for the feature event for tonight. The top 10 will redraw for starting spots.
Time Trial Results:
|22||82||John Michael Shenette||16.145|
|23||57||Jeff Scofield||No time|
Car Count: 23 Super Late Models are on the grounds.
|82||John Michael Shenette|
Qualifying Format: The PASS South Super Late Models will qualify by time trials today.
1:15pm – PASS South Tech
2:00pm – 2:30pm – PASS South Practice
2:30pm – 3:00pm – NASCAR Late Model Practice
3:00pm – 3:30pm – PASS South Final Practice
3:30pm – 4:00pm – NASCAR Late Model Final Practice
4:15pm – Drivers Meeting
5:00pm – Time Trials – Late Models (Euro) – PASS South (2 laps)
6:00pm Fan Appreciation
7:00pm – Racing Starts
Late Model Stock Cars Race One 75-laps
PASS South 150 Laps
Late Model Stock Cars Race Two 75-laps
Who to Watch For: Dalton Sergeant won the pole for the spring race before the event was washed out. Chase Purdy is running for the TRD team for the first time this weekend. He’s won nearly a dozen Late Model Stock races already this season. Former track champion Peyton Sellers will be running all three races today. Brandon Setzer is always one you have to contend with around the southeast tracks.
Title Fight: Matt Craig leads Kodie Conner by four points heading into South Boston. Craig has a win this season, but Conner has more top five finishes.
The Track: South Boston Speedway is a semi-banked 4/10th’s of a mile oval that first opened in 1957.
Weather: Warm, but dry. We have highs in the 90’s today in at South Boston Speedway.
Next Series Race: The series will be back in action on Saturday, September 24th at Hickory Motor Speedway. This will be the next to the last race of the 2016 season. The streak of first time champions will continue with 11 this year as the title will likley go to Matt Craig or Kodie Conner