26, 2014) - Georgia driver TJ Reaid
made it a three-peat in the annual spring
visit of the ARCA/CRA Super Series winning
the Anderson Properties 125 on Saturday at
Reaid has captured the traditional tune-up
for the Stoops Freightliner Red Bud 300 in
2013 and 2012. The Red Bud 300 will take
place at Anderson Speedway in June.
Reaid in the Mitch Smith Auto Service
sponsored Chevrolet posted the fast time
during qualifications and started sixth in
the 125-lap feature event taking the lead
from Brett Robinson by slipping inside
coming off the second corner.
Robinson lost the second spot to Ross
Kenseth during a restart on lap 48 when the
Wisconsin driver got inside entering turn
Kenseth challenged Reaid for the lead on a
restart on lap 97, but was unable to
complete the pass in the high groove.
Brian Campbell claimed the second spot from
Kenseth on lap 109 with an inside pass going
down the back straight and started to close
Kenseth finished third, Canadian rookie of
the year contender Brandon Watson finished
fourth and Anderson’s Dustin Burge, making
his first start in a super late model
finished an impressive fifth after starting
14th in the field.
In Thunder Roadsters action Chris Weddel
made it two wins in a row by leading all 35
Weddel was never challenged for the lead
enjoying a comfortable lead. But there was a
three car battle for second between John
Robbins, Marty Griffin and John Edsall III.
Robbins held down the second spot until lap
19 when both Griffin and Edsall was able to
make the pass. From there Robbins lost
contact with the second and third place
Following Weddel to the checkers were
Griffin, Edsall, Robbins and Doug Dugger.
Nick Warner captured the Front Wheel Drive
oval feature after starting deep in the
18-car field taking the lead from Brian
Slavey on a restart on lap 14 with an
outside power move entering turn one.
Slavey had taken the lead on the second lap
with an outside pass of Austin McKinney on
the front straight.
Adam Lee followed Warner to the checkers
with Kevin Harmon, Slavey and Dylan Hoppes
rounding out the top five.