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June 17
Portsmouth Raceway Park,
Portsmouth, OH
Sanction: Unsanctioned special events (Boone Coleman Memorial Gator 50) - $5,000
Information provided by: Tyler Carr and track reports (last updated June 19, 9:44 am)
Fouts captures Portsmouth's Gator 50
Boone Coleman Memorial Gator 50
  1. Brandon Fouts
  2. Eddie Carrier Jr.
  3. Steve Casebolt
  4. R.J. Conley
  5. Kenny Christy
  6. Devin Gilpin
  7. Stephen Breeding
  8. Ben Adkins
  9. Josh Bocook
  10. Lee Logan
  11. Shannon Thornsberry
  12. Audie Swartz
  13. Jackie Boggs
  14. Delmas Conley
  15. Jeff Arnold
  16. Austin Mullett
  17. Kenneth Howell
  18. Paul Davis
  19. Doug Drown
presented by
Tyler Carr
Brandon Fouts celebrates his $5,000 victory in Portsmouth, Ohio.
What won the race: Brandon Fouts of Kite, Ky., outran Eddie Carrier Jr. of Salt Rock, W.Va., for a $5,000 victory in the unsanctioned Boone Coleman Memorial Gator 50 at Portsmouth Raceway Park.
Key notes: As the Gator 50 winner, Fouts is guaranteed a provisional starting spot in the 37th annual Dirt Track World Championship at Portsmouth on Oct. 21-22. … Fouts posted a top-five finish in the June 10 show at PRP after starting 17th. … Jackie Boggs of Grayson, Ky., was the winner of last year’s Gator 50; he finished 13th. … FOr his fast time, Fouts received $250 from Lemley Motorsports, $100 from Lee Floyd in memory of "Big H" Harold Floyd, and a $50 gift card from Impact Race Gear. ... The Ohio oval will host the first of its three Lucas Oil Series events, the Independence 60 on July 1.
Winner's sponsors: Fouts drives a Swartz Race Car with sponsorship from Amburgey Auto Sales, Small Time Construction, RPM Performance and 4B Motorsports.
Car count: 19
Fast qualifier: Brandon Fouts
Time: 14.525 seconds
Heat race winners: Brandon Fouts, Eddie Carrier Jr.
Editor's note: Results and race details are unofficial.
 
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