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September 20
Eastside Speedway,
Waynesboro, VA
Sanction: Steel Block Bandits (Raygan Batton Cancer Awareness Event) - $1,500
Information provided by: Series and track reports (last updated September 22, 10:37 am)
Williams wins Bandits' Cancer Awareness race
Raygan Batton Cancer Awareness Event
  1. Justin Williams
  2. Robbie Emory
  3. Andy Fries
  4. Greg Roberson
  5. Walter Crouch
  6. Larry Ramsey
  7. Billy Beachler
  8. Derrick Rankin
  9. Jeremy Coffey
  10. James Lichliter
  11. Jonathan DeHaven
  12. Denny Bonebrake
  13. Troy Williams
  14. Billy Tucker
  15. Joey Leavell
  16. David Keith
  17. Timmy Stalnaker
  18. Mitch Miller
  19. Lee Jamerson
  20. Ricky Fox
  21. Scott Kline
  22. Petie Coffey
  23. Lewis Lawson
  24. Daniel Snead
presented by
Clifford Dove
Justin Williams holds his $1,500 check for winning at Eastside Speedway.
What won the race: Third-starting Justin Williams of Shipman, Va., collected his first career Steel Block Bandits victory in the Raygan Batton Cancer Awareness Event, earning $1,500 for his efforts. Robbie Emory finished second while Andy Fries, who led the first half of the race, settled for third.
Key notes: An early red flag appeared when Daniel Snead got turned around in front of a pack of cars. ... Kris Holliday scratched from the main event. ... The tour made its fourth and final stop in Waynesboro. ... Saturday's race opened a two-race weekend for the Steel Block Bandits after Friday's stop at Natural Bridge (Va.) Speedway was pushed to Sunday afternoon. ... The event raised awareness for childhood cancer.
On the move: Robbie Emory of Georgetown, Del., claimed runner-up honors after starting 10th.
Winner's sponsors: Williams drives a No. 2 Longhorn Chassis with a Cams Racing Engine and sponsorship from All About Wraps, Bobby Lee, Cash's Excavating, Data Solutions Corp., James T. Martin and Son Paint Contractor, J.R. Pippin And Son Loggin, Roger Mays and Son Logging and TriTech.
Points chase: Entering the weekend, Andy Fries had 1,291 points to lead Larry Ramsey (1,236), Robbie Emory (1,230) and Denny Bonebrake (1,209).
Car count: 25
Polesitter: Walter Crouch
Next series race: October 3, Natural Bridge Speedway (Natural Bridge, VA) $2,000
Editor's note: Results and race details are unofficial.
 
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