Sanction: Fastrak Racing Series (Charlie Mize Memorial) - $2,000
Information provided by: Wesley Outland (last updated July 5, 8:13 pm)
Pennington earns $2,000 in Mize Memorial
Charlie Mize Memorial
- Travis Pennington
- Dale Timms
- Trent Ivey
- Brett Hamm
- Larry Timms
- Matthew Nance
- Kenny Collins
- David McCoy
- Bob Robertson
- Cody Pritchett
- Dustin Morris
- Blake Craft
- Ahnna Parkhurst
- Justin Wofford
- Corey Almond
- Adam Partain
- Taylor Puckett
Travis Pennington picks up his $2,000 paycheck at Lavonia.
What won the race: Fast qualifier Travis Pennington of Stapleton, Ga., cruised to victory in the Fourth of July's Charlie Mize Memorial at Lavonia Speedway for his second Fastrak Racing Series win of the season. He took the checkers three seconds ahead of Dale Timms for a $2,000 payday.
Key notes: Pennington, who led by as much as six seconds, also won the tour opener at Screven Motor Speedway in Sylvania, Ga. ... Pennington also won the Limited Late Model feature. ... A dozen drivers completed 30 laps. ... Fastrak's July 6 race at I-77 Speedway in Ripley, W.Va., has been removed from the schedule. ... The series pays $7,000-to-win on July 7 at Tyler County Speedway in Middlebourne, W.Va. ... The event honored a former track promoter and announcer Larry Mize, the grandfather of five-time Fastrak Southeast champ David Smith.
Winner's sponsors: Pennington's Longhorn Chassis is sponsored by TK Farms, U.S. Duffie Site Prep, Phillip Duffie Hauling, Jack Edwards Automotive, Milford's Body Shop and Melchoir Hauling.
Car count: 17
Fast qualifier: Travis Pennington
Time: 16.191 seconds
Next series race: July 7, Tyler County Speedway (Middlebourne, WV) $7,000
Editor's note: Adds more winner's sponsors.