Sanction: Blue Ridge Outlaw Late Models - $1,200
Information provided by: Series reports (last updated September 3, 11:31 am)
Weeks continues Blue Ridge domination
- Ricky Weeks
- Robbie Bailey
- Josh Harris
- Jonathon Jennings
- Mitchell Dickerson
- Billy Smith
- Jay Norville
- Leslie Smith
- Bryson Harper
- Will Bailey
- L.D. Shumate
- Coty Tanquary
What won the race: Leading every lap for the second straight night, polesitter and hometown driver Ricky Weeks raced to his series-leading 10th Blue Ridge Outlaw Late Models victory of the season. He completed a weekend sweep on the series, earning $1,200, while seventh-starting Robbie Bailey finished second.
Quotable: “We were super tight. We went with harder tires because of the track, which I notices nobody else did ‘cause they was blowing (tires) out. That made my car real tight, but we was able to drive around it and bring it home,” winner Ricky Weeks said.
Key notes: Robbie Bailey, who was making his debut at Harris Speedway, managed a second-place finish despite blowing a tire as he took the checkered flag. … Weeks won Saturday at Antioch (N.C.) Speedway. … The series made its third of four scheduled stops at Harris. … Weeks also won both previous series races at Harris this season. … Harris hosts the Blue Ridge tour Sept. 8 for the second annual Clyde Dedmon Memorial.
Winner's sponsors: Weeks drives a Longhorn Chassis sponsored by Parton Lumber, AFCO, American Race Tires, Renegade Fuels and Phyllis Ikey.
Points chase: David Minton leads the Blue Ridge standings.
Car count: 12
Next series race: September 8, Harris Speedway (Rutherfordton, NC) $1,200
Editor's note: Results and race details are unofficial.