Hendry County Motorsports Park,
Sanction: Florida Late Model Challenge Series - $3,000
Information provided by: Series and track reports (last updated September 20, 7:49 am)
Gainey earns $3,000 Hendry County victory
- Nevin Gainey
- Tom Fiebelkorn
- Brenden Smith
- Adam Bedenbaugh
- Shan Smith
- Hunter Sweet
- Joshua Kunstbeck
- Cody Benoit
- Craig Montesi Jr.
- Donald Sniff
- Dennis Williams
- Michael Whipple
- Clay Bedenbaugh
- Taylor Cole
- James Loubert
- Jimmy Wagner
- John Bledsoe
What won the race: Racing to his third Florida Late Model Challenge Series win of 2020, Nevin Gainey of Fort White, Fla., outran Thomas Fiebelkorn Jr., by a half second Saturday at Hendry County Motorsports Park. He earned $3,000, for winning the series’ richest race of the season.
Key notes: Gainey has now won three straight series races as the Florida tour stopped at Hendry County Motorsports Park for its fourth race of the season. … Adam Bedenbaugh of Lake City, Fla., who won the tour’s season-opener at All-Tech Raceway in May, finished fourth. … It’s the second time the fourth-year series has visited Henry County. … Shan Smith of Dade City, Fla., who won there in 2019, finished fifth.
Winner's sponsors: Gainey’s Kryptonite Race Car is sponsored by Martin Motorsports, H&R Race Engines, Bev’s Better Burgers, B4 Signs & Graphics, Bilstein, Swift Springs, David Smith Carburetors and Base Fuel.
Points chase: Before Hendry County, Adam Bedenbaugh (229 points) of Lake City, Fla., led Nevin Gainey (222), Hunter Sweet (209), Clay Bedenbaugh (201) and Jimmy Wagner (196).
Current weather: Scattered Clouds, 81°F
Car count: 17
Heat race winners: Adam Bedenbaugh, Michael Whipple
Next series race: October 10, All-Tech Raceway (Ellisville, FL) $1,000
Editor's note: Results and race details are unofficial.