(May 3, 2014) - Anderson’s Josh
Poore used the high line to pass Jason
Atkinson with 38 laps remaining to capture
the CRA Stealth Trailers Street Stocks
feature at Anderson Speedway on Saturday,
Poore set fast time during qualifications
and started 10th in the 75-lap feature,
working his way steadily to the front.
Poore was running third on lap 35 when he
moved to the outside line to first pass
Jimmy Kirby on lap 36 and then made an
identical move to pass Atkinson entering
turn three a lap later.
Following Poore to the checkers were Dustin
Burge, Atkinson, J.J. Schafer and Jimmy
Although Atkinson was in the lead to that
point he was being pressed by Jimmy Kirby,
Poore, Dustin Burge and Brandon Mefford.
The final caution flag waved on lap 71 which
gave Atkinson one final chance to pass
Poore, but he wasn’t able to contend for the
The early lead was taken by James Kirby III
who got loose going down the back straight
on lap 10 which allowed Atkinson to take the
top spot with an outside pass.
The race was slowed by 11 caution flags with
only 12 of the 21 cars still running at the
Kevin Harmon took the lead on the next to
last lap from Ron Phipps to win his first
feature of the year in the Front Wheel Drive
Jerry Dane took the lead from early leader
Billy Hooten on the seventh lap, but was
able to hold back a bunch of cars running
Phipps took the lead from Dane on a restart
as Harmon moved up from the third spot to
claim the victory.
Phipps finished second with Adam Lee, Dylan
Hoppes and Dane rounding out the top five.
After setting fast time in qualifying for
the Thunder Roadsters, James Edsell III
grabbed his first win of the season with an
inside pass of early leader John Robbins on
the fourth lap.
He was followed to the checkers by Marty
Griffin and John Robbins.
Edsall’s main competitor for the win Chris
Weddel was knocked from competition in a
crash in the heat race. Weddell climbed over
the car of
Darrell Brown with both cars making heavy
contact with the outside wall.
Kenny Smith made it two wins in a row in
Super Karts competition climbing from the
eighth starting position to take the lead on
Smith and David Reynolds were able to get
inside of early leader Brad Kares. From
there the two front runners pulled away from
the field with Jason Reynolds coming home in