Jake Ginter was interviewed after his heat race and spoke with confidence that he would win more than one race this year in his Mini Charger, but no one in the grandstands thought he would come out in the feature and pull away to a full straight away lead.
Ginter took the lead on lap three and never looked back in the twenty lap race. His lead was building and rival Lynn Doane was trying to get by Kat James in second, which allowed Ginter to keep pulling away. After Doane got by for second, he couldn’t gain any ground on the silver Honda, even when a caution flag came out and closed up the field. The restart saw Ginter pull away again and take his second win of the season in dominating fashion. Doane was second and Shay Jones took his Tempo to third in his first showing at the track.
The Modified Street division saw a newcomer to the division come on board and show strong as David Hans took the win. David’s win didn’t come easy as last weeks winner, Jerry “Fireball” Roberts tried to get around the flying Monte Carlo. Roberts won the heat race with Hans right on his tail, but found himself trying to get around Hans in the feature after the start had the two having to climb from the back of the field.
Robert Martin took the early lead, but Hans’ start put right up in the front three before the end of the first lap as he went low on the front straight to move up. Roberts on the other hand went high to get around cars and ended up taking a little more time getting to Hans. When he did, the fight was on as the two cars fought it out lap after lap, with Hans protecting the inside groove. Roberts tried the outside, but couldn’t get the momentum to get around Hans. With six laps to go, a caution came out for a spin on the track and the two closed up with the rest of the field. When the green flag came out, Roberts again went to the outside, but blew his engine with five to go and had to retire. That gave the win to Hans, with Dallas Roberts finishing second.
The Classic cars continue to see some great racing at 411 with Frogge Ingle taking another win this week, after having troubles last week in the feature. Ingle had his mirror full of Charlie Dunlap again as the two played bumper tag around the track. Dunlap tried different lines around the track, but Ingle kept his RSC sponsored car on the bottom of the track to hold off the wily veteran. When the checkered flag flew, Ingle was just a car length in front of Dunlap, taking the win. Danny Floyd made a return to 411 to drive one of the Classic cars, but had some mechanical difficulties about mid way through and had to retire giving third to last weeks winner, Jason Thomas.
Modified Mini’s had the best field of the year and put on a show for the fans. Jason Morgan brought a new Mustang to the track, looking to take a win, but there were several other drivers that were there to stop him. Morgan started on the pole for the feature and led the first few laps, until Bill Lytle got around and brought former champion Steve Owens Jr. with him. Owens would then get around and take the lead, but the racing wasn’t over. Billy Floyd Jr. also tried to come up and lead, but Owens was too strong for the Pinto and stayed out front. Owens would enjoy the front of the pack for the rest of the race.

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Jake Ginter was interviewed after his heat race and spoke with confidence that he would win more than one race this year in his Mini Charger, but no one in the grandstands thought he would come out in the feature and pull away to a full straight away lead.
Ginter took the lead on lap three and never looked back in the twenty lap race. His lead was building and rival Lynn Doane was trying to get by Kat James in second, which allowed Ginter to keep pulling away. After Doane got by for second, he couldn’t gain any ground on the silver Honda, even when a caution flag came out and closed up the field. The restart saw Ginter pull away again and take his second win of the season in dominating fashion. Doane was second and Shay Jones took his Tempo to third in his first showing at the track.
The Modified Street division saw a newcomer to the division come on board and show strong as David Hans took the win. David’s win didn’t come easy as last weeks winner, Jerry “Fireball” Roberts tried to get around the flying Monte Carlo. Roberts won the heat race with Hans right on his tail, but found himself trying to get around Hans in the feature after the start had the two having to climb from the back of the field.
Robert Martin took the early lead, but Hans’ start put right up in the front three before the end of the first lap as he went low on the front straight to move up. Roberts on the other hand went high to get around cars and ended up taking a little more time getting to Hans. When he did, the fight was on as the two cars fought it out lap after lap, with Hans protecting the inside groove. Roberts tried the outside, but couldn’t get the momentum to get around Hans. With six laps to go, a caution came out for a spin on the track and the two closed up with the rest of the field. When the green flag came out, Roberts again went to the outside, but blew his engine with five to go and had to retire. That gave the win to Hans, with Dallas Roberts finishing second.
The Classic cars continue to see some great racing at 411 with Frogge Ingle taking another win this week, after having troubles last week in the feature. Ingle had his mirror full of Charlie Dunlap again as the two played bumper tag around the track. Dunlap tried different lines around the track, but Ingle kept his RSC sponsored car on the bottom of the track to hold off the wily veteran. When the checkered flag flew, Ingle was just a car length in front of Dunlap, taking the win. Danny Floyd made a return to 411 to drive one of the Classic cars, but had some mechanical difficulties about mid way through and had to retire giving third to last weeks winner, Jason Thomas.
Modified Mini’s had the best field of the year and put on a show for the fans. Jason Morgan brought a new Mustang to the track, looking to take a win, but there were several other drivers that were there to stop him. Morgan started on the pole for the feature and led the first few laps, until Bill Lytle got around and brought former champion Steve Owens Jr. with him. Owens would then get around and take the lead, but the racing wasn’t over. Billy Floyd Jr. also tried to come up and lead, but Owens was too strong for the Pinto and stayed out front. Owens would enjoy the front of the pack for the rest of the race.

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