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Late Model Stock Roundup (Apr. 16-18)

This past weekend of on-track action saw Peyton Sellers sweep both races at South Boston and Rajah Caruth take home two wins at Hickory.

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The Late Model Stock community on the East Coast was treated to a beautiful weekend for racing, with names new and familiar finding their way to victory lane.

Here is a recap of all the on-track action that took place on Friday and Saturday.

South Boston Speedway

Peyton Sellers continued his stellar season at South Boston by sweeping both 75-lap Late Model Stock features, which put him up to four victories on the year after five races.

Race No. 1:

1. Peyton Sellers
2. Jacob Borst
3. Mike Looney
4. Chris Johnson
5. Stuart Crews

Race No. 2:

1. Peyton Sellers
2. Mike Looney
3. Aaron Donnelly
4. Mark Wertz
5. Jacob Borst

Hickory Motor Speedway

Rajah Caruth made history at Hickory after winning both 40-lap Late Model Stock features on Saturday, as he became the first African-American to visit victory lane at the facility since Chris Bristol back in 2005.

Race No. 1:

1. Rajah Caruth
2. Zack Clifton
3. Josh Kossek
4. Hayden Woods
5. Gracie Trotter

Race No. 2:

1. Rajah Caruth
2. Gracie Trotter
3. Isabella Robusto
4. Levar Scott
5. Bob Saville

Florence Motor Speedway

A strong field of 16 cars descended onto Florence for Saturday’s twin 40-lap features. Zack Miracle held on to win the first race while R.A. Brown took home the checkered flag in the second feature.

Race No. 1:

1. Zack Miracle
2. Matt Cox
3. Ryan Glenski
4. Casey Kelley
5. Jeremy McDowell

Race No. 2:

1. R.A. Brown
2. Casey Kelley
3. Jamie Weatherford
4. Janson Marchbanks
5. Zack Miracle

Ace Speedway

Dustin Rumley scored his first victory of the season at Ace on Friday evening, propelling him in front of Trevor Ward in the Late Model Stock track standings.

1. Dustin Rumley
2. Trevor Ward
3. Joe Valento
4. Dean Fogleman
5. Cassidy Hinds

Tri-County Speedway

The second Late Model Stock race of the season at Tri-County Speedway belonged to Braden Rogers, who led all 75 laps to bring home a win for Lee Faulk Racing.

1. Braden Rogers
2. Jacob Heafner
3. Blake Stallings
4. Jeff Sparks
5. Thomas Beane

Kingsport Speedway

The season-opener at Kingsport this past weekend saw Nik Williams return to victory lane after going the entire 2020 season without visiting victory lane once.

1. Nik Williams
2. Wayne Hale
3. Joey Trent
4. Jerry Boyles
5. Derek Lane

Wake County Speedway

A total of 13 Late Model Stocks took part in the two 30-lap features at Wake County this weekend. Daniel Vuncannon was victorious in the first race while Zach Lightfoot took home the checkered flag in the second event.

Race No. 1:

1. Daniel Vuncannon
2. Zach Lightfoot
3. Ethan Johnson
4. Randy Renfrow
5. Parker Frazier

Race No. 2:

1. Zach Lightfoot
2. Randy Renfrow
3. Alex Fleming
4. Brandon Hobbs
5. Parker Frazier

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Brandon White graduated from the University of North Carolina pursuing a career in journalism. Prior to joining Short Track Scene, he worked with the CARS Tour and at Race22. He predominantly covers the CARS Tour as well as other races throughout the year.

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