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April 17
Attica Raceway Park,
Attica, OH
Sanction: Sunoco American Late Model Series - $2,000
Information provided by: Brian Liskai (last updated April 18, 1:39 pm)
Casebolt edges Drown for Attica victory
  1. Steve Casebolt
  2. Doug Drown
  3. Matt Irey
  4. Ryan Missler
  5. Ryan Markham
  6. J.R. Hotovy
  7. Mike Bores
  8. Matt Westfall
  9. Larry Kingseed
  10. Dona Marcoullier
  11. Dave Hornikel
  12. Brandon Thirlby
  13. Ryan VanderVeen
  14. Andrew Reaume
  15. Phil Ausra
  16. Chad White
  17. Dusty Moore
  18. Chris Keller
  19. Rusty Schlenk
  20. Rick Bond
  21. Greg Oakes
  22. John Bores
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Steve Casebolt grabbed his first-ever victory at Attica.
What won the race: Second-starting Steve Casebolt of Richmond, Ind., outran polesitter Doug Drown of Wooster, Ohio, for a $2,000 Sunoco American Late Model Series victory at Attica Raceway Park.
Quotable: “We kind of got to struggling there at the end. I felt like we were good at the beginning. Lapped cars were difficult to deal with. I’ve been here several times…been coming here a long time and have had a lot of seconds and never had won one so we finally broke the jinx,” said Casebolt of his Lias Tire/JE Pistons backed c9.
Key notes: Casebolt has two victories on the 2015 season. He captured his first career World of Outlaws Late Model Series triumph at Screven Motor Speedway on Feb. 6. .... Friday's win marks Casebolt's sixth career Sunoco American Late Model Series victory. His last came at Eldora Speedway back in July. ... Runner-up finisher Doug Drown was last year's ALMS winner at Attica. ... The ALMS will travel to Eldora on Saturday for night two of a weekend doubleheader.
On the move: Matt Irey, the previous week's regular season winner, started sixth and finished third.
Winner's sponsors: Casebolt's Club 29 Race Car is powered by a Cornett Racing Engine and carries sponsorship from Lias Tire, Preferred Sandblasting & Paints, Riesbeck's Food Markets and Sudz Car Wash.
Points chase: Entering Friday's event, Bobby Pierce of Oakwood, Ill., had 160 points over Brian Shirley and Ricky Weiss (125).
Car count: 36
Polesitter: Doug Drown
Heat race winners: Steve Casebolt, Doug Drown, Ryan Missler, Ryan Markham
Consolation race winners: Chad White, Andrew Reaume
Next series race: April 18, Eldora Speedway (Rossburg, OH) $5,000
Editor's note: Results and race details are unofficial.
 
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