Tyler County Speedway
Williams' King of the Ring win pays $4,000
MIDDLEBOUNE, W.VA. (Aug. 4) — Rick Williams of Beckley, W.Va., led every lap of Saturday night’s King of the Ring feature at Tyler County Speedway on his way to earning $4,000 for his first-ever victory at the high-banked quarter-mile oval. | Slideshow
Tim Dohm of Cross Lanes, W.Va., was second in the unsanctioned special event while Keith Barbara of South Park, Pa., advanced from the 18th starting position to finish third. Corey Conley of Wellsburg, W.Va., was fourth with Zack Dohm, the runner-up’s son, rounding out the top five.
Notes: Williams drives a Rocket Chassis with a Pro Power Performance engine and sponsorship from Axis Decals and Sunoco Race Fuels. … Saturday’s race kicked off the 50th annual Tyler County Fair. … The track hosted double features for the EDGE Crate Late Model division with Daniel Hill and Shawn Jett splitting victories. … Tyler County Speedway’s next Super Late Model special event is an $8,000-to-win race Aug. 31 for the UFO Race Championship tour.
King of the Ring: (1) Rick Williams, (2) Tim Dohm, (3) Keith Barbara, (4) Corey Conley, (5) Zack Dohm (complete results unavailable).