Sanction: National Championship Racing Association - $1,000
Information provided by: Series reports (last updated June 11, 3:35 pm)
Shepard wins record-setting fourth in a row
- Lyle Shepard
- Delbert Smith
- Chris Kratzer
- Justin Bussell
- Jimmy Segraves
- Dusty Leonard
- Dan Smith
- Rob Day
- Ryan Grit
- Rod Becken
- Robert Shepard
- Nathan Mayes
What won the race: Lyle Shepard of Manhattan, Kan., won Sunday at RPM Speedway to become the first driver in the 33-year history of the National Championship Racing Association to win four consecutive series races. Shepard overtook Delbert Smith with six laps remaining for the $1,000 victory on the Crate Late Model tour.
Key notes: Shepard's previous series victories came at Thunder Hill Raceway in Mayetta, Kan.; 81 Speedway in Park City, Kan.; and the previous night at Dodge City (Kan.) Raceway Park. ... Justin Bussell and Delbert Smith started on the front row of the 25-lapper. ... Shepard took second from Chris Kratzer with 10 laps remaining and overtook Smith on lap 19.
Winner's sponsors: Shepard's Barry Wright Race Car is sponsored by Shop Quik Convenience Stores, B&B Racing Supply, Fatsteer and Mobil 1.
Points chase: Points haven't been tabulated for 2016.
Car count: 12
Polesitter: Justin Bussell
Heat race winners: Justin Bussell, Delbert Smith
Next series race: June 18, Thunder Hill Speedway (Mayetta, KS) $1,000
Editor's note: Results and race details are unofficial.