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Sutton continues to tear up track

By By Chandler Myers
Tracy Sutton looked like a man on a mission Saturday night at Flomaton Speedway as he zipped around the track lap after lap to pick up another victory.
Sutton led the late model class at the speedway most of the night and held on to win the feature race.
Mark Clifton fell in line behind Sutton and finished in second place driving his No. 30 car as fast as it would take him.
Speedway promoter NASCAR Ron said Sutton was the fastest car all night and not even constant winner Clifton could keep up.
He added that Clifton, although he won last week, has not had as much luck as he did previously in the season.
Stephen Brantley finished in third, Josh Huss took home fourth and Kevin Maher rounded out the Top 5.
Steve Turner took over the Sutton’s No. 88 car and after racing well in the heats could not finish better than sixth in the feature.
David Odom left Flomaton with a seventh place finish, while Mike McGhee was not able to finish the race after leaving the track on the back straight a way.
NASCAR Ron said McGhee had a wild ride but was able to walk away.
Bobby Resmondo won another a race in the street stock class feature on Saturday night.
NASCAR Ron said that Resmondo had the car to beat all night.
Will Findley took home the first runner-up spot with Branden Kilpatrick right behind him in third.
Adam Purvis crossed the finish line in the fourth spot just ahead of Damon Frady who finished in fifth.
Joey Settle drove his car through the pack and around the track for a sixth place run in the feature.
Nick Vann left the track with seventh, Adam Ellison ended the night in eighth and John Ross crossed the line in ninth.
Wayne Hawthorne finished the street stock feature in 10th.
Joey Chiles cruised to victory in the bomber class Saturday in Flomaton.
NASCAR Ron said Chiles had a great night at the track.
Monty Young ran as close to Chiles as he could without winning and finished in second place.
Eddie Hammonds put up a fight all night with the Top 2 contenders and ended the night in third.
James Bradley left Flomaton with a respectable fourth place run, while Terry Mayhair closed out the Top 5.
Justin Adams took home sixth finishing ahead of the No. 112 car and Andrew Findley who finished in the seventh position.
Benny Kimmons crossed the finish line in eighth, Jamie Young took home ninth and Justin Barnes rounded out the Top 10.
Jimmy Boyington won another stinger class race finishing ahead of Aaron Kiaunis.
Ronald Ross finished in third place with Corey Gauge taking home a fourth place run.
Brian McCreary rounded out the Top 5, while Kim Moye finished in sixth place.
Deanne Faircloth passed the checkers in seventh, Guy Peters finished in eighth and Tyler Wood ended the order in ninth.
NASCAR Ron said this weekend will be another great night for families to visit the track.
He added that children ages 6-11 can get into the speedway for $3 and children ages 5 and younger get free admission.