Sutton ‘waxes’ the competition

Published 11:14 pm Tuesday, October 14, 2008

By By Chandler Myers
With engines roaring and dirt flying, Flomaton Speedway hosted another night of racing action in Flomaton on Saturday night.
Four classes were in racing action and the features proved to be anything, but boring, according to NASCAR Ron.
Tracy Sutton picked up another victory as he continues his late season charge in the late model class.
Speedway promoter NASCAR Ron said Sutton easily outran his competition in the feature.
Josh Huss took home second place after his efforts to pass Sutton were ineffective. Kevin Maher finished behind Huss in third place, while Jeff Cooper in the No. 88 car finished in fourth. Micha McCall rounded out the Top 5.
Mike McGee raced his way to a sixth place finish, with David Odom crossing the finish line behind him in seventh. Tiffany Johnson closed out the order in eighth.
Huss still leads the late model points with 669, while Mark Clifton loses ground and has 633 points. Tracy Sutton sits in third with 460.
Bobby Resmondo grabbed another victory in the street stock class and extended his lead in the points.
Joey Settle came in behind Resmondo in the runner-up position, with Evan Folmar hot on his bumper in third.
Will Findley passed the waving checkered flag in fourth place, with Mike Swilley taking home a fifth place finish.
Tim Reeves finished in sixth, Nick Scott took home seventh and Steve McCauley closed out the street stock feature in eighth.
Bobby Resmondo holds his large lead in the street stock series with 769 points. Will Findley is in second with 657, and Wayne Hawthorne comes in at third with 428.
Jamie Young widened his points lead by picking up another victory in the bomber series.
Young beat out Mike Wedgeworth who finished in second, with Joey Chiles coming in behind him in third place.
Terry Mayhair grabbed a fourth place finish at the speedway, and John Ladner outraced Andrew Findley for fifth place.
NASCAR Ron said the bomber series looked like the event of the night.
Findley held onto sixth, while Keaton Ward raced his way to a seventh place run. Charles Dinkins finished in eight place and Ken Perry in ninth. Eddie Hammonds rounded out the order in 10th.
Young is at the top of the bomber class points with 686. Eddie Hammonds is in second place with 604 points. Rounding out the Top 3, James Bradley has 417 points.
Aaron Kiaunis held off Jimmy Boyington’s attempt at another victory and took home the checkered flag in the stinger class.
Angela Hayes finished right behind Boyington in third place. Hodge took home fourth place, while John Dilling rounded out the Top 5 and Deanne Faircloth closed out the stingers in sixth.
Boyington continues to lead the stinger class with 741 points, while Aaron Kiaunis is in second with 668. Ronald Ross is in third with 559 points.
The speedway is putting on its normal feature show this weekend, but is still planning their big show on Oct. 25.
NASCAR Ron said the show is the first annual Fall Challenge and feature five classes of racing. He added that Butler You Pull It is sponsoring the show. He added that throughout the rest of the 2008 season, the grandstand admission will stay the same.

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