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Racing: Lemonier wins CCS Mini Stock

Mini Stock point leader Rusty Lemonier picked up his first win since June 8 at Crawford County Speedway.

Lemonier (Chester) finished ahead of the largest field (19 cars) to date in the Mini Stock class on Saturday. Chris Tuck (Alma), who last won on July 6, was second. Stan Lewis placed third to finish back in the Top 5 after grabbing seventh for two consecutive weeks.

Lucas Yutterman (Rudy) clinched fourth and Kurley Joe Wilson grabbed his second straight fifth-place finish.

CCS is expected to host another round of the Powder Puff races after the regular slate. It will also host the A Modified race this weekend.

Chuck Smith won his second Grand National race in his fourth outing at CCS.

Smith last raced on May 11 when he placed 13th. He won his first race on April 20.

Jesse Sims, who won last week, finished second. Duane Rose (Mulberry), who is second in the points standing as of last week, was third and Mike Allen debuted in fourth.

George Rudy (Alma) took fifth. Point leader Clifton Drummond was sixth.

Chris Perkins (Rudy) added to his lead as he grabbed his first win since June 8 in the Street Stock class. Zane Hunter, who finished fourth this week, trailed Perkins last week by 19 points.

Sambo Parmenter had his highest finish of the 2013 season as he took second followed by Ronny Lingo. Hunter and Shelby Ellison rounded out the Top 5.

Justin McDade snapped Cody Smith’s winning string as McDade won his first Front Wheel Drive race. McDade has only been driving for four weeks at CCS this season and was second last week.

Smith has won eight races this season and has placed either first or runner up in 12 of the 16 races this season.

Jonathan Roberts clinched third and Josh Jones was fourth. Matt Hobbs nabbed fifth for the second consecutive week.

Paul Whitworth was first in the E Modified race as he claimed the top spot for the first time in nine starts.

Dalton McKenize, who leads the point race, was second and Anthony Reeves, the winner of nine races in 13 starts, took third.

Aaron Moss won his first race since March 9 in the fourth running of the OVSCRA Vintage race.

Chad Lankford picked up his second runner-up finish. John Bishop, who won the last race on June 8, was sixth.

Jason Foster won his third consecutive A Modified race and his eighth overall. The A Modifieds haven’t been running every week, but Foster is the only driver who has not missed a race this season.

Crawford County Speedway

Race Results, July 20

Mini Stock — 1, Rusty Lemonier; 2, Chris Tuck; 3, Stan Lewis; 4, Lucas Yutterman; 5, Kurley Joe Wilson; 6, Kevin McSperritt; 7, Teddy Parker; 8, Edward Boyster; 9, John Ferrari; 10, Darin Sampley; 11, Chris Beard; 12, Scott Boyster; 13, Dean Hughes; 14, John Wesley; 15, Tony Ferrari; 16, John West; 17, Kasey Wilson; 18, Barbara Johnson; 19, Gary Boyster.

Grand National — 1, Chuck Smith; 2, Jess Sims; 3, Duane Rose; 4, Mike Allen; 5, George Rudy; 6, Clifton Drummond; 7, Jerry Harris; 8, John Garner; 9, Charles Parker; 10, Joey Dunn.

Street Stock — 1, Chris Perkins; 2, Sambo Parmenter; 3, Ronnie Lingo; 4, Zane Hunter; 5. A1 Shelby Ellison; 6, Jaylen Brewton; 7, Will Lamproe; 8, Jesse Garner.

OVSCRA Vintage Cars — 1, Aaron Moss; 2, Chad Lankford; 3, James Moss; 4, Bruce Hill; 5, Andy Anderson; 6, John Bishop.

360 E Modified — 1, Paul Whitworth; 2, Dalton McKenzie; 3, Anthony Reeves; 4, Barry Cox; 5, Delman Burris; 6, Brent Roberson

A Modified — 1, Jason Foster; 2, John Ritchie; 3, Remington Watson.

Front Wheel Drive — 1, Justin McDade; 2, Cody Smith; 3, Jonathan Roberts; 4, Josh Jones; 5, Matt Hobbs; 6, Jimmy Hamilton; 7, Chris Payne; 8, Jerry Jones; 9, Remington Watson; 10, Susan Payne; 11, Shamron Ritchie; 12, Montana Ritchie; 13, Randy Payne; 14, Cameron Mott; 15, Bobby Jones; 16, Chelsie Jones.

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