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.: July 8, 2017 Results :.

Hello to all the Race Fans out there! This is your Race Recap for the July 8th race at St. Francois County Raceway. This Recap is sponsored by Hoosier Racing Tire. As always, St. Francois County Raceway has something special for the night of racing. This week there were plenty of weekly giveaways for the night but that was not the only special event. The A-Modifieds had a few extras added to their night of racing. The first was a Double Points Night for the entire A-Modified field. On top of that, the winner of the 20 lap A-Modified main event received an extra $100 payout and the driver that won the BSB Go Fast Award for the A-Modifieds received an extra $50. Now time to get into what happened throughout the night of racing.

Up first for the night was the Super Streets class. There were 16 Super Streets in attendance divided into two heat races. The first heat race had eight cars take the green flag with the pole setter Kevin Mosier taking the early lead and checking out for the win in his number 40 car. Second place went to the 21w car of Brad Callahan after a battle with the third place finisher Josh Ramer in the 269 car.

Heat race number two also had eight cars take the green flag. Picking up the checkered flag, from the third starting position, was the 70 car of Mark Crady. Second place went to Jason Neel in the 94n car from the sixth starting position with Tony Wyatt finishing in third place in the 67 car.

The main event was a 15 lap action packed race to the finish with the 99 car of Chuck Adams picking up the win after starting seventh on the field. Second place went to the 94n car of Jason Neel. Finishing in third place was the BSB Manufacturing Go Fast Award Winner on the night for the Super Street class Travis Goodman in the 76 car for passing eight cars. Fourth place went to the 67 car of Tony Wyatt with Mark Crady finishing in fifth place in the 70 car.

Up next for the night was the A-Modified class and their special Double Points Night. There were 14 A-Modifieds in attendance divided into two heat races. The first had seven cars take the green flag with current Rookie of the Year leader Kodi Savage taking the win in the 25s car from the sixth starting position. Second place went to the 56 car of Jeff Asher with Chris Hayes finishing in third place in the 32c car.

Heat race number two also had seven cars take the green flag with current points leader Billy Smith taking the win in the 14 car from the sixth starting position. Second place went to the d1 car of Mike Savage with Tim Nash finishing third in the 7 car.

The main event was a 20 lap race with Billy Smith taking the win in the 14 car on the Double Points Night making his lead even bigger. Second place went to the 56 car with Jeff Asher behind the wheel and third place went to the d1 car of Mike Savage. Jeremy Greenwalt finished in fourth place in the 18x which was enough to pick up the BSB Manufacturing Go Fast Award for the night after passing six cars. Bringing his car across the finish line in fifth place was the 26j car of Jeff Frohwitter.

Running third was the Sprint Car class. There were 21 Sprint Cars in attendance divided into three heat races. The first heat race had seven cars take the green flag with Joey Montgomery finishing in first place in the 35 car. Second place went to the 606 of John Epperson with Jeff Wurst finishing in third in the 88 car.

Heat race number two also had seven cars take the green flag. Bringing his car across the line in first place was the 17* of Robbie Williams with Jason Keith finishing in second place in the 28 car. Third place went to the 7c car with Tommy Worley Jr behind the wheel.

The third heat race was scheduled to have seven cars start the race but only five took the green flag. Of those five, Kent Buckley crossed the finish line in first place in the 87 car. Second place went to the 70 car of Pete Palazzolo with Dylan Tuxhorn finishing in third place in the 9t car.

The Sprint Car dash was an interesting one to say the least. Taking the win was the 35 car of Joey Montgomery with Kent Buckley taking second place in the 87 car. Third place went to the 17* car with Robbie Standridge behind the wheel.

The main event was a 25 lap race to the finish with the 35 car of Joey Montgomery making his way back to victory lane. Second place went to the 87 car of Kent Buckley with Robbie Standridge finishing in third place in the 17*. Fourth place went to the 67 car of Joey Boyd after starting in the tenth place position. Bringing his car across the finish line in fifth place was the 7c car with Tommy Worley Jr behind the wheel. The Hard Charger for the night went to the 3 car of Dustin Adams after starting 17th, passing nine cars and finishing eighth.

Running last for the night was the B-Modified class. There were 20 cars in attendance divided into three heat races. The first of the three had seven cars take the green flag with Shane Blair crossing the finish line in first in the 10s car. Second place went to Jeremy Welborn in the 27w car with Kyle Stolzer finishing in third place in the 147 car after starting in the sixth position.

Heat race number two also had seven cars take the green flag. Taking the win was last week’s main event winner, Lou Driemeier, in the 3d car. Second place went to the 74 car of Jeff Whitter with Kyle Jarrett finishing in third place in the 10 car from the seventh starting position.

The third heat race had six cars take the green flag. Finishing first, and picking up his first heat race win, was the 21 car with Rookie of the Year contender Chasten Boen behind the wheel. Second place went to Bobby Despain in the 227 car with another Rookie of the Year contender Brian Hazlett finishing in third place in the 2h car.

The final main event for the night was a 15 lap race with Shane Blair taking the win in the 10s car from the front row. Second place went to Jeff Whitter in the 74 from the fourth starting position. Third place went to the 3d car with Lou Driemeier behind the wheel. Chasten Boen crossed the finish line in fourth in the 21 car with Kyle Stolzer finishing in fifth place in the 147 car. The BSB Manufacturing Go Fast Award Winner for the B-Modifieds was the 4g car with Eddie Gross behind the wheel. Gross started 11th, passed five cars and finished sixth.