Shady Bowl Speedway offered a break to fans ravaged by Friday’s storms by hosting the Main Auto Parts 50. Many racers posted their first wins of the season.
(Pictures courtesy of Peggy Isaacs)
Greg Stapleton (pictured left) of Troy won the Main Auto Parts 50 modified feature.
Jason Timmerman placed second, Brad Williams took third, Ross Klingelhofer came in fourth, and Bill Burba rounded out the top five.
Brandon Bayse (pictured right) of Covington prevailed for his first late models feature of the season.
Shawn Stansell came in second, Jamie Hunt was third, Mathew Parsons took fourth, and Bob Sibila placed fifth.
Mike Snapp (pictured left) of Springhills came out on top for his first street stock feature of the year.
Brian Reeser was second, Scott Sullenberger placed third, Steve Snapp came in fourth, and Chris Abbott was fifth.
Kelsey Flynn (pictured right) of Springhills won her first-ever tuner feature.
Gary Eaton placed second, Kevin Flynn was third, Justin Pope took fourth, and Chad Small came in fifth.
Matt Jackson (pictured left) of New Carlisle won the compact main.
Aaron Teegarden came in second.
On Saturday, Shady Bowl Speedway will be host to the Jegs All-Star Series late models competing in a 100-lap feature. Street stocks, tuners, and compacts will join the touring pros. Racing begins at 7.