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June 18
Princeton Speedway,
Princeton, WV
Sanction: American All-Star Series presented by PPM (Coal Miner's 40) - $3,000
Information provided by: Series and track reports (last updated June 19, 6:37 pm)
Ferguson denies Dohm at Princeton, earns $3,000
Coal Miner's 40
  1. Carson Ferguson
  2. Zack Dohm
  3. Henry Hornsby III
  4. Dillon Brown
  5. Brandon Miller
  6. T.J. Salango
  7. Benji Hicks
  8. Aaron Barley
  9. Chuck Bowie
  10. Adam Ahl
  11. Tyler Cox
  12. Matt Long
  13. Trevor Sise
  14. Eddie Hambrick
  15. Logan Roberson
  16. Jeremy Steele
  17. Jordan Hedger
  18. Tyler Arrington
  19. Zach Sise
  20. Jeffery Wills
  21. Shane Greco
  22. Brandon Urban
  23. Michael Bland
  24. Samuel Bryant
  25. Steve Banal
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Carson Ferguson in victory lane at Princeton (W.Va.) Speedway.
What won the race: Fending off a late-race charge from polesitter Zack Dohm, fast qualifier Carson Ferguson of Concord, N.C., rolled to the $3,000 American All-Star Series presented by PPM victory in Friday’s Coal Miner’s 40 at Princeton Speedway. He took the checkers ahead of Dohm and Henry Hornsby III.
Key notes: Ferguson claimed his second tour win of the season at the West Virginia oval. … Dohm, who was piloting his father's No. 6T entry, finished second after starting on the pole. … Seventeen drivers completed all 40 laps. … The Crate Late Models of the American All-Star Series presented by PPM made their second and final appearance of the season at Princeton Speedway on Saturday for the $3,000-to-win Coal Miner’s 40. … Friday’s program opened a big weekend in West Virginia for the All-Stars with Beckley (W.Va.) Motorsports Park set to host the series on Saturday for a $10,000-to-win event.
Winner's sponsors: Ferguson’s Longhorn Chassis is sponsored by WP Racing Shocks, Hoopaugh Grading Company, Schaeffer’s Racing Oil and Bilstein.
Points chase: Entering the weekend, Logan Roberson of Waynesboro, Va., led Zach Sise (792 points) of Knoxville Tenn., and Trevor Sise (786), also of Knoxville.
Current weather: Clear, 68°F
Car count: 27
Fast qualifier: Carson Ferguson
Time: 16.611 seconds
Polesitter: Zack Dohm
Dash winner: Zack Dohm
Heat race winners: T.J. Salango, Zach Sise
Next series race: June 19, Beckley Motorsports Park (Beckley, WV) $10,000
Editor's note: Results and race details are unofficial.
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