Sanction: United Championship Racing Alliance (Fire on the Mountain 40) - $2,500
Information provided by: Steve Hixson and track reports (last updated July 4, 3:27 pm)
Teague outruns White for UCRA win at Wartburg
Fire on the Mountain 40
- Jake Teague
- Anthony White
- Ross White
- Pierce McCarter
- Heath Hindman
- Philip Thompson
- Robert Gant
- Kenny Kizzar
- Robert Edwards
- John Ownbey
- Rusty Ballenger
- Josh Henry
- Chip Brindle
- Drew Kennedy
What won the race: Reigning tour champion Jake Teague of Petros, Tenn., overtook race-long leader Anthony White with four laps remaining in the Fire on the Mountain 40 for a $2,500 UCRA victory Sunday at Wartburg Speedway. Teague notched his first victory on the second-year tour.
Key notes: An early red flag appeared when the cars of John Ownbey and Rusty Ballenger were hooked together in a wreck that included Josh Henry. ... Drew Kennedy crossed the finished line third but was disqualified in postrace inspection. ... Anthony White picked up a $300 bonus from Ray Barksdale Motors and Tires R Us for being the top performer at the weekend's two UCRA events. ... Chip Brindle's car shut down during the four-wide parade lap. ... The event drew a huge crowd. ... Eddie King Jr. won the $1,500 Limited Late Model feature.
Winner's sponsors: Teague's Longhorn Chassis is sponsored by C&C Trucking and Wade's Construction.
Points chase: Leaving Wartburg, Rusty Ballenger has 203 points to lead Robert Gant (165) and Kenny Kizzar (139).
Car count: 14
Fast qualifier: Jake Teague
Time: 13.315 seconds
Heat race winners: Jake Teague, Anthony White
Next series race: August 5, Moulton Speedway (Moulton, AL) $1,300
Editor's note: Adds details; corrects Brindle as 13th-place finisher and King as Limited Late Model winner; updates points.