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September 28
Thunder Mountain Speedway,
Knox Dale, PA
Sanction: Unsanctioned special events (Fall ThunderFest) - $4,000
Information provided by: Dustin Jarrett and track reports (last updated September 29, 11:04 am)
Hardy grabs $4,000 Fall Thunderfest opener
Fall ThunderFest
  1. Kyle Hardy
  2. Boom Briggs
  3. Charles Powell Jr.
  4. Doug Drown
  5. Matt Lux
  6. Paul Kot
  7. Gale Huey
  8. Doug Eck
  9. Tyler Horst
  10. Chris Hackett
  11. Chub Frank
  12. Mike Maresca
  13. Billy Dickson
  14. Colton Flinner
  15. Wyatt Scott
  16. Michael Lake
  17. Dan Stormer
  18. Walker Arthur
  19. Jared Miley
  20. Freddie Carpenter
  21. Jon Lee
  22. Levi Sikora
  23. Greg Oakes
  24. Del Rougeux
  25. Corey Conley
presented by
Dustin Jarrett
Kyle Hardy earned $4,000 Friday at Thunder Mountain.
What won the race: Passing race-long leader Chub Frank just past the halfway mark, Kyle Hardy of Stephens City, Va., drove to a $4,000 victory in Thunder Mountain Speedway’s Fall ThunderFest opener on Friday. Hardy finished 2.462 seconds in front of runner up Boom Briggs, while polesitter Charles Powell Jr. finished third.
Key notes: Ten of the 25 starters finished the race. … Fast qualifier Jared Miley’s night ended on lap six when he clipped a spinning Walker Arthur and rolled over on his lid. … Chub Frank led Kyle Hardy and Boom Briggs when the caution waved on lap 16. Hardy was able to get by for the lead just after the restart. … Frank was still running second when he slid high on lap 23 and got hooked together with Matt Lux, ending Frank’s night. … Three-time Thunder Mountain winner Michael Lake finished 16th after completing only 15 circuits. … A number of drivers were eliminated on a lap-six melee on the backstretch that resulted in a red flag. The race was 27-laps in honor of sprint car driver Greg Hodnett who was killed in a racing accident in York Haven, Penn., on Sept. 20. … Action continues Saturday at Thunder Mountain with the $7,000-to-win Stephanie Eckl Memorial.
Winner's sponsors: Hardy’s Rocket Chassis has a Pro Power engine and sponsorship from Viper Risk Management, Pancho’s Racing Products, Chiarelli Paving, Sable Construction, Jack Pears & Assoc., M. Teats Transport, ML Performance, Killarney’s Publick House, LB Express, Fryeco Fabrication, Friese Transportation, Earnhardt Technologies Group, Strange Engineering, Penske Racing Shocks, Pancho’s Suzuki, TWM, Auto Glass Experts, F&W Grafix, PAC Racing Springs, Creekside Auto Sales, Dynamic Drivelines, Locomotives, Hoosier, JPS, Schaeffer’s Oil, MLR Fabricating and Accu-Force.
Points chase: Charles Powell Jr. of Brookville, Pa., is the track champion.
Car count: 38
Fast qualifier: Jared Miley
Time: 15.095 seconds
Polesitter: Charles Powell Jr.
Heat race winners: Walker Arthur, Boom Briggs, Doug Drown, Chub Frank
Consolation race winners: Corey Conley, Matt Lux
Editor's note: Results and race details are unofficial.
 
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