Sanction: Blue Ridge Outlaw Late Models - $1,200
Information provided by: Series and track reports (last updated April 27, 5:21 pm)
Weeks tops White for second Blue Ridge win
- Ricky Weeks
- Brandon White
- Brandon O'Neil
- Mark Dysart
- David Minton
- Reggie Primus
- Coty Tanquary
- Robbie Bailey
- Billy Smith
- Chuck Smith
- Alex Krohn
- Dan Breuer
- Jimmy McNamara
Ricky Weeks earned $1,200 for his second Blue Ridge Outlaws win of the season.
What won the race: Leading all 25 laps, polesitter Ricky Weeks of Rutherfordton, N.C., topped Brandon White to win Saturday’s Blue Ridge Outlaw Late Model Series main event at Carolina Speedway. Weeks earned $1,200 for his second series win of the season. Brandon O'Neil finished third.
Quotable: “My guy was showing me there when (Brandon White) caught me. I had kinda slowed down some and he caught me quick,” Weeks said. “Anyway, we had to turn the wick back up. He run a really good race. I like that guy a lot. He’s knocking on the door and it won’t be long before he’s winning.”
Key notes: Ricky Weeks’s previous series win this season came April 13 at Sumter (S.C.) Speedway. … The Blue Ridge Outlaw Late Models made their lone visit to Carolina Speedway this season. … There have been four different winners in six series races. … Weeks joins Matthew Nance of Ronda, N.C., as the only repeat winners.
Winner's sponsors: Weeks drives a Longhorn Chassis sponsored by Parton Lumber, AFCO, Penske Shocks, American Race Tires, Renegade Fuels and Phyllis Ikey.
Points chase: After Carolina, Brandon O’Neil has a one-point lead over Ricky Weeks.
Current weather: Mostly Cloudy, 63°F
Car count: 13
Fast qualifier: Ricky Weeks
Polesitter: Ricky Weeks
Next series race: May 4, Wythe Raceway (Rural Retreat, VA) $1,500
Editor's note: Results and race details are unofficial.