Sanction: Fast Unified Engine Late Model Series - $3,000
Information provided by: Series reports (last updated June 15, 11:07 am)
Bailes becomes FUEL's first repeat winner
- Ross Bailes
- Ricky Weeks
- Brett Hamm
- Gib Gibbons
- Greg Knight
- Kenny Van Derveer
- Furman Parton
- Carson Ferguson
- Jason Pack
- Donald Bradsher
- Ryan Atkins
- Lance Reynolds
What won the race: Second-starting Ross Bailes of Clover, S.C., outran fourth-starting Ricky Weeks of Rutherfordton, N.C., by .682-second margin in the 40-lap feature to become the first repeat winner on the Fast Unified Engine Late Model Series.
Key notes: Five cars were running at the finish. ... Ryan Atkins slapped the backstretch wall to bring out the first caution. ... Carson Ferguson brought out a pair of cautions on laps 9 and 31. ... Donald Bradsher retired with the lap-nine yellow. ... Bailes previously won April 26 at Friendship Motor Speedway in Elkin, N.C. ... Harris welcomed FUEL competitors for the fourth of a dozen series events. ... The first-year tour is for Late Models powered by CT 525 engines, the economical, all-aluminum crate powerplant by Chevrolet.
Winner's sponsors: Bailes drives a MasterSbilt Race Car sponsored by Bailes Construction, DirtWorks Performance, Felony Farms, FK Rod Ends, John Page Racing and WP Racing Shocks.
Points chase: Bailes held an 18-point edge over third-finishing Brett Hamm prior to Saturday's action and stretched his margin with the victory.
Car count: 12
Fast qualifier: Gib Gibbons
Time: 15.639 seconds
Polesitter: Gib Gibbons
Heat race winners: Gib Gibbons, Ricky Weeks
Next series race: June 27, Carolina Speedway (Gastonia, NC) $3,000
Editor's note: Results and race details are unofficial.