Clifton makes return to victory lane
Published 7:47 pm Tuesday, September 16, 2008
By By Chandler Myers
Order was restored Saturday at Flomaton Speedway as Mark Clifton returned to victory lane and picked up another victory in the late model series.
Clifton had been held winless for three races and had finished outside of the Top 5 in two of the last three features.
Finishing behind Clifton was point’s leader Josh Huss in the runner-up position with Kevin Maher cruising in behind him in third.
David Odom and his No. 04 car crossed the finish line in fourth place, while John Wright rounded out the Top 5.
Joseph Joiner took home a sixth place finish, while Spanky Sexton drove his car to a seventh place run.
Tracy Sutton ended the night in eighth, and Chris Griffin finished out the late models in ninth place.
Track promoter NASCAR Ron said that Sutton had a great car, but ran into some bad luck.
Will Findley raced his way to victory Saturday in the street stock class .
NASCAR Ron said that Findley earned his victory easily Saturday night.
Bobby Resmondo grabbed another Top 5 finish crossing the finish line hot on Findley’s bumper.
Wayne Hawthorne cruised to a third place finish holding off Tim Reeves and the No. 42 car in fourth.
Marty Vann left Flomaton with a Top 5 finish after fighting all night to keep it.
Adam Purvis finished in the sixth spot, Evan Folmar took home seventh and Joey Settle raced across the line to finish eighth.
Jonathon Hamilton left the Speedway in ninth and Travis Holloway rounded out the order in 10th.
Chad Jordan grabbed his first victory of the season in the bomber class with Terry Mayhair taking home second.
NASCAR Ron said that Jordan was lucky to win his feature after a malfunction to his car.
Justin Adams finished in third place, while Jamie Young ended the night in a respectable fourth.
Johnnie Baxley closed out the Top 5.
James Bradley passed the checkered flag in sixth place, Joey Chiles finished in seventh and Nelson Bradley took home eighth.
Monty Young rounded out the order for the bombers in ninth place.
Jimmy Boyington picked up another victory in the stinger class and added to his building points total.
Corey Gauge finished in the first runner-up position with Aaron Kiaunis right behind him in third.
Ronald Ross left the track in fourth place, John Victor took home fifth, and Casey Spears left the track in sixth.
This weekend, Flomaton Speedway will continue $5 grandstand admission and bring back another fan favorite, according to NASCAR Ron.