Sanction: Florida Late Model Challenge Series - $1,000
Information provided by: Series and track reports (last updated May 18, 8:58 am)
Bedenbaugh notches first career Florida victory
- Adam Bedenbaugh
- Shan Smith
- Tyler Saunders
- Jason Fitzgerald
- Clay Bedenbaugh
- Cameron Saunders
- Hunter Sweet
- Nevin Gainey
- Dusty Sparkman
- Trent Lloyd
- Clay Harris
- Chuck Cumby
- Richard Ferry
- Jamie Carter
- Jimmy Wagner
- Josh Sanford
- Dustin Perez
- Garrett Mosley
- Ronnie Chance
- Howard Stalls
- David Markham
- Donald Sniff
- David Showers Jr.
- Tom Fiebelkorn
- Bill Adkins
- Jimmy Waldrop
- Adam Bennett
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Adam Bedenbaugh gets rolling at All-Tech Raceway.
What won the race: Adam Bedenbaugh of Lake City, Fla., topped Shan Smith on Saturday at All-Tech Raceway for his first career Florida Late Model Challenge Series victory. Bedenbaugh earned $1,000 as the Florida tour kicked off its season.
Quotable: “We had a real good piece tonight,” said Bedenbaugh. “We worked hard the last few weeks preparing for this and we’re really excited about our results.”
Key notes: The Florida Late Model Challenge Series kicked off its season with a 25-lap main event Saturday at All-Tech Raceway, the first of two events for the series at the Ellisville track this season. … All-Tech hosted the series for the seventh time in tour history. … The grandstand were not open as All-Tech followed CDC and state recommendations on social distancing in regards to Covid-19. … The series returns on Oct. 10.
Winner's sponsors: Bedenbaugh’s Rocket Chassis has a Wildcat Performance engine and carries sponsorship from Capital Metal Supply, Bratcher Construction, Integra and Increte Systems.
Points chase: It was the Florida tour’s season opener.
Car count: 35
Heat race winners: Howard Stalls, Adam Bedenbaugh, Shan Smith, Tyler Saunders
Consolation race winners: Chuck Cumby
Next series race: June 6, Hendry County Motorsports Park (Clewiston, FL) $1,000
Editor's note: Results and race details are unofficial.