Friendship Motor Speedway,
Sanction: Blue Ridge Outlaw Late Models - $1,200
Information provided by: Series and track reports (last updated September 29, 11:46 am)
Nance nabs third straight Blue Ridge win
- Matthew Nance
- Ricky Weeks
- Kerry Gibbons
- Dan Breuer
- Brad Burkhart
- Mark Dysart
- Chuck Smith
- Tommy Jones
- Eddie Baggs
- Randy Kinder
- Bryson Harper
- Chris Allison
- Travis Greer
- Jeff Johnson
- Brandon O'Neil
- David Minton
- Brett Mundwiler
- Daniel Tucker
What won the race: Outrunning fellow front-row starter Ricky Weeks of Rutherfordton, N.C., polesitter Matthew Nance of Roaring River, N.C., scored his third straight Blue Ridge Outlaw Late Models victory at Friendship Motor Speedway.
Key notes: Nance notched his 11th Blue Ridge victory of the season. Three of those wins came at Friendship. ... Josh Harris of Denton, N.C., was the lone driver failing to start the feature. ... Runner-up finisher Ricky Weeks has two series victories on the season. ... The series is slated to return to Friendship on Nov. 22-23 for its $1,500-to-win season finale.
On the move: Brad Burkhart of Mount Airy, N.C., started 13th and finished fifth. Mark Dysart of Sanford, N.C., started 15th and ran sixth.
Winner's sponsors: Nance's Longhorn Chassis is powered by an Automotive Specialist powerplant and sponsored by Crossroads Harley-Davidson, Diversified Finishers, Sheperds Home Improvement, Automotive Specialists, Tom Cat Performance, Ed's Cafe and Frontier Natural Gas.
Points chase: Entering the event, Brandon O’Neil (678 points) led Mark Dysart (621), Chuck Smith (531), Matthew Nance (406), Bryson Harper (390).
Car count: 19
Next series race: October 5, East Lincoln Motor Speedway (Stanley, NC) $1,200
Editor's note: Results and race details are unofficial.