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Results> 2005 Results Archive > September 3, 2005

Peyton Sellers roars from 10th-place starting spot to claim 12th win of year at SoBo and lock up track title

SOUTH BOSTON, VA. -- Things looked pretty bleak for Peyton Sellers at the end of qualifying for the Barkhouser Late Model Stock Car Division 150-lap race Saturday night at South Boston, Va.

The Danville, Va. driver found himself beginning the featured attraction of the GCR presents Comet Football Night race program 10th in a star-studded 27-car field.

When Sellers worked his way around race leader Ronald Hill of Rougemont, N.C. on lap 137 following the seventh and final caution period of the event, however, he had grabbed first place, a spot he would not relinquish.

Sellers proceeded to motor to his 12th victory of the season at the four-tenths mile asphalt oval and his 15th overall triumph for the 2005 campaign. The win clinched the Barkhouser Late Model Stock Division Track Championship at South Boston Speedway. The win also gave him an insurmountable cushion in the NASCAR Dodge Weekly Series Division I and national championship point standings.

Hill, whose last victory came in 2003 at Orange County Speedway, secured second place, while Drew Herring of Benson, N.C. placed third.

David Quackenbush of Lorton, Va. was fourth in the race and was followed in the top five by Brandon Butler of Petersburg, Va.

Rodney Cook of Reidsville, N.C. surged from a 16th starting slot in the event to manage a sixth-place run, while pole sitter Wayne Ramsey of Amherst, Va. finished seventh. Ramsey was involved in an earlier incident on the track and had to battle from 27th place to land in the top 10.

Owen Miller of Emporia, Va. posted an eighth-place run for the night, while Jon Denning of Springfield, N.J. was ninth and Terri Williams of Emporia, Va. placed 10th.

Outside pole sitter Jonathan Cash of Oxford, N.C. and Jason Dickerson of Ruckersville, Va., who started fourth, saw their night end early due to on track woes.

Barkhouser Late Model
POS # DRIVER
1 26 Peyton Sellers
2 74 Ronald Hill
3 3 Drew Herring
4 91 David Quackenbush
5 29 Brandon Butler
6 14 Rodney Cook
7 51 Wayne  Ramsey
8 2 Owen Miller
9 46 Jon Denning
10 02 Terri Williams
11 25 Terry  King
12 0 Allison  Quick
13 36 Junior Hargrave
14 07 Richard Storm
15 5 Jeramie Donley
16 88 Scott Worley
17 83 Ryan Rhodes
18 8 Josh Oakley
19 16 Mack Little
20 1 Craig Moore
21 27 Mike Chambers
22 7 Jonathan Cash
23 13 Stephanie Brooks
24 81 Justin Johnson
25 48 Scott Turlington
26 19 Jason Dickerson
27 03 Cliff Daniels

 

   

Snow leads flag-to-flag in Limited Sportsman ranks to inch closer to a division championship

Justin Snow of Danville, Va. is getting closer to securing a track championship in the Limited Sportsman Division.

Snow started from the pole in the 50-lap race for the division and led all the way to take the checkered flag. The win boosted Snow's advantage in the title chase to 14 points over Jonathan Bailey of Keysville, Va. with just one race remaining in the championship chase.

Bailey started from the outside pole and finished second in the race, while Danny Willis, Jr. of Cluster Springs, Va. motored to a third-place run in the 17-car field.

Tommy Peregoy of Red Oak, Va. started 11th in the event, but soared into the top five with a fourth place run, while Wayne Roach of Chatham, Va. finished in the fifth slot.

Timmy Langford of Amelia, Va. collected a sixth-place finish for the night, while Charles Barnes of Chase City, Va. was seventh. The top 10 drivers in the event were rounded out by Brian Pembleton of Amelia, Va. in eighth place, Bill Moshenek of Providence, N.C. in the ninth slot and Matt Lofton of Roxboro, N.C. in 10th.

Limited Sportsman
POS # DRIVER
1 7 Justin Snow
2 89 Jonathan Bailey
3 23 Danny Willis, Jr
4 2 Tommy  Peregory
5 71 Wayne Roach
6 55 Timmy Langford
7 64 Charles  Barnes
8 0 Brian  Pembleton
9 27 Bill  Moshenek
10 7 Matt  Lofton
11 10 Brian  Cole
12 15 Chance Carpenter
13 14 Tiffany Daniels
14 9 Bruce Anderson
15 81 Ryan Francisco
16 5 Billy Myers
17 30 Timmy Hogan
   

Phillips leads every lap to secure first Pure Stock Division triumph of the season

Scott Phillips of Roxboro, N.C. drew the pole position to start the 30-lap Virginia Army National Guard Pure Stock Division race and made the draw pay off.

Phillips led every lap to gain his first victory of the season in the division. The race was extended to 31 laps after an incident on the 29th circuit involving Brandon Baker of Durham, N.C. and South Boston, Va. driver Nick Igdalsky brought out the caution flag. Igdalsky, who was running second at the time, entered the event as the division's point leader.

Joey Throckmorton of Scottsburg, Va. finished second in the 14-car field and moved atop the division's point standings with one race remaining in the chase for the title.

Chris Crosby of Scottsburg, Va. finished third and was followed by Quain Moore of Callands, Va. in the fourth slot and Courtney Crosby of Scottsburg, Va. in fifth place.

Pure Stock
POS # DRIVER
1 1 SCOTT PHILLIPS
2 11 JOEY THROCKMORTON
3 9 CHRIS CROSBY
4 84 QUAIN MOORE
5 92 COURTNEY CROSBY
6 21 RODNEY PENNINGTON
7 69 LEE ANDERSON
8 19 CHUCK WATKINS
9 91 JOEY CONNER
10 16 JUSTIN TUCKER
11 6 NICK IGDALSKY
12 29 BRANDON BAKER
13 83 CHRIS SEAY
14 00 STEPHEN TRICKEY
   

Ratliff claims first Grand Sportsman victory, Hancock locks up division championship

Jeremy Ratliff of South Boston, Va. started from the pole in the 30-lap Grand Sportsman Division race and then led every circuit to secure his first victory of the season.

While Ratliff was celebrating a win, Junior Hancock of Danville, Va. was being crowned as the division's point champion after posting a sixth-place finish in the nine-car field.

Bill Edwards of Ringgold, Va. made a late surge to the front, but wound up finishing second at the finish line.

Troy Dowdy of Lynchburg, Va. placed third and was followed in the top five by Keith Edwards of Pendleton, N.C. in fourth place and Anthony Sparks in the fifth slot.

Grand Sportsman
POS # DRIVER
1 1 JEREMY RATLIFF
2 00 BILL EDWARDS
3 02 TROY DOWDY
4 93 KEITH EDWARDS
5 40 ANTHONY SPARKS
6 28 JUNIOR HANCOCK
7 38 BILLY PURNELL
8 11 RAY ELLINGTON
9 36 JAMES MYERS
   

Lacks family dominates Southern Vintage Modified

Darryl Lacks was the first of three straight family members across the finish line in the 25-lap race for the touring Southern Vintage Modified Series.

Donnie Lacks placed second in the nine-care field and was followed by Bill Lacks in third place. Rodney Cook finished in the fourth position.

In the Limited Modified portion of the race for the series, Scott Stinnet scored the victory.

Southern Vintage Modifieds
POS # DRIVER
1 44 DARRYL LACKS
2 54 DONNIE LACKS
3 64 BILL LACKS
4 14 RODNEY COOK
5 21 SCOTT STINNETT
6 63 TROY DOWDY
7 88 RANDY SMITH
8 62 JACK FULP
9 8 SONNY ARTHUR
 

 


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