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November 13
Volunteer Speedway,
Bulls Gap, TN
Sanction: American All-Star Series presented by PPM (Crate Late Model National Championship) - $5,000
Information provided by: Series and track reports (last updated November 14, 1:20 pm)
Weiss bags $5,000 in All-Stars opener at Gap
Crate Late Model National Championship
  1. Ricky Weiss
  2. Jason Welshan
  3. Trevor Sise
  4. Drew Kennedy
  5. Aaron Guinn
  6. Jimmy Owens
  7. Bradley Lewelling
  8. Logan Roberson
  9. Tyler Arrington
  10. Matt Henderson
  11. Kyle Bronson
  12. Wil Herrington
  13. Kyle Courtney
  14. Greg Martin
  15. Michael Bland
  16. A.J. Hicks
  17. Tyler Smith
  18. Zach Sise
  19. Carder Miller
  20. Ross White
  21. Justin Williams
  22. Brandon Miller
  23. Mack McCarter
  24. Josh Henry
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What won the race: Overtaking polesitter Zach Sise on lap 13, outside front-row starter Ricky Weiss of Headingley, Manitoba, dominated the remaining distance of Friday night’s Crate Late Model National Championship opener at Volunteer Speedway. Finishing with a lead of 3.087 seconds, Weiss pocketed $5,000 in the non-points event for the American Crate All-Star Series.
Key notes: Weiss wrestled away the lead on lap 13 after Zach Sise led the first 12 circuits. … Sise was credited with 18th-place finish after pulling off on lap 31. … Josh Henry of Newport, Tenn., drew the first caution of the race on lap four. … Jensen Ford of Piney Flats, Tenn., was forced pitside for the evening in his heat with fuel issues after leading the first five laps. … Friday’s 50-lap American Crate All-Star Series feature served as a tune-up for Saturday’s 100-lap event that pays $15,000 the winner. … The two events are non-points races for the Tennessee-based Crate series which crowned Trevor Sise of Knoxville, Tenn., as champion following the final points race on Oct. 17. … This was the fourth series visit of the season to the 4/10-mile Tennessee oval.
On the move: Logan Roberson of Waynesboro, Va., started 20th and finished eighth.
Winner's sponsors: Weiss drives a Bloomquist car powered by a Eagle Racing Engine and sponsored by Drydene Performance Products, J&C Properties, G-Style Transport, Turk Enterprises, Derrick’s Sandblasting, Keewatin Truck Service, Kakela Farms, Collins Brothers Towing, Wiesner Trucking, Hawkeye Construction, Sweet Mfg., Penske Racing Shocks, RDW Recycling, Straight Ahead Ventures, JCJ Tools, Rod Ferh Racing, VP Racing Fuel, Forks Mobile Wash, LG Transport, Aldon Auto, Innovative Auto & Diesel Performance, Kenny’s Components, Total Works Truck & Equipment and Midwest Mobile Tech.
Points chase: Trevor Sise of Knoxville, Tenn., wrapped up the series title in the tour’s final points race on Oct. 17.
Car count: 73
Fast qualifier: Ricky Weiss
Time: 13.300 seconds
Polesitter: Zach Sise
Heat race winners: Zach Sise, Aaron Guinn, Trevor Sise, Ricky Weiss, Jason Welshan, Carder Miller
Consolation race winners: Brandon Miller, Logan Roberson, Justin Williams
Editor's note: Results and race details are unofficial.

Feature lineup

Row 1: Z. Sise, Weiss
Row 2: Guinn, Welshan
Row 3: T. Sise, C. Miller
Row 4: Kennedy, Arrington
Row 5: Henderson, Lewelling
Row 6: Owens, Henry
Row 7: Smith, McCarter
Row 8: Courtney, Martin
Row 9: White, Bronson
Row 10: B. Miller, Roberson
Row 11: Williams, Bland
Row 12: Hicks, Herrington
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