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Braden nips Hemric for Race of Champions checkers
Oct 9, 2010 - updated Oct 9th, 2010 1:31pm
Web posted by Gary Daughtrey

Hampton Va. --

19th ANNUAL INEX LEGENDS NATIONALS at Langley Speedway - Hampton, VA
Race of Champions & Qualifying Recap
Friday, October 8, 2010

West Virginia driver Travis Braden moved out front on lap 11, then held off a furious late-race charge by Daniel Hemric to win the 20-lap Pro Division "Race of Champions," the headliner of Friday's opening day for the 19th Annual INEX Legends Nationals at Langley Speedway.
Braden started 15th on the 20-car grid and quickly motored toward the head of the field. He grabbed the runner-up spot on lap 10, then overtook local favorite Brad Hancock for the lead on the following circuit. Hot on Braden's heels was Hemric, who started from the 19th spot.
Negotiating Turns 3 and 4 for the final time, Hemric tried to rattle Braden's cage. He was able to slip a fender alongside the leader off the fourth corner, but Braden maintained the upper hand at the line, winning by half a car-length.
Anthony Flannery tailed Braden and Hemric to the checkers, in third. Scott Hensley and David Moyes completed the top five. Hancock was sixth.

In a 20-lapper for the Master Division, Canadian Ira Laughy grabbed the lead on the sixth circuit and blazed to the victory. At the finish, his winning margin was half a straightaway over Tim Brockhouse. Kevin Yeatts, Robert Weymouth and Ronnie Poley were third, fourth and fifth, in that order.

Georgia standout R.S. Senter took the lead from Virginian Jake Morris on lap 7 and held on to win the 20-lap Semi-Pro Division contest. Greg Lang, who topped the class in afternoon time trials, was a car-length back at the finish. Alex Pacheco was third, followed by Derek Hopkinson and Morris.

Gray Gaulding took the lead for the third and final time on lap 17 and won the 20-lap feature for the Young Lions Division. For much of the event, Gaulding had to contend with Josh Morris, who also pushed his machine to the front on three occasions. At the finish, though, it was Sean Shalvoy who was filling Gaulding's mirror, just a car-length back. Morris was third, while Tyler Hughes and Sean Rayhall were fourth and fifth, respectively.

In 12-lap heat races, held late in the afternoon, Pro Division wins went to Kyle Plott, Steven Cantrell, Mike Alcaro, Scott Hensley, Casey Roderick, Daniel Hemric and Doug Stevens.
Masters heat winners were Jeff Haynie, Ira Laughy, Tim Brockhouse and Brian Weimer.
Semi-Pro heat winners were Derek Hopkinson, Jake Morris, R.S. Senter and Austin Leitner.
Young Lions heat winners were Josh Morris, Gray Gaulding, Sean Shalvoy and Sean Rayhall.

In a 10-lap match race for the INEX Thunder Roadsters, Hunter Bledsoe outdueled Jim Fluharty for the victory.

The pace-setters in early afternoon time trials were: Kyle Beattie (Pro, 79.136 mph); Brian Weimer (Masters, 77.909 mph); Greg Lang (Semi-Pro, 78.442 mph); and, Sean Rayhall (Young Lions, 79.136 mph).

The 19th Annual INEX Legends Nationals will continue tomorrow at Langley Speedway. Practice is slated to begin at 12 noon, with B- and C-Mains scheduled for 2:30 p.m. The 50-lap national championship A-Mains for the four Legends divisions get under way at 6.
Front gates open at 11 a.m. Tickets are $10 for adults and $5 for kids, 6-12. "Little Race Fans" (under 6) are admitted free when accompanied by an adult. Military personnel and senior citizens receive a $2 discount off the adult ticket price. Family Packs, which include two adult and two kids tickets, are $25.

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Race of Champions - Pro (20 laps): 1. Travis Braden; 2. Daniel Hemric; 3. Anthony Flannery; 4. Scott Hensley; 5. David Moyes; 6. Brad Hancock; 7. Dirk Henry; 8. Adam Gilbert; 9. Matt Todd; 10. Jimmy Heavlow; 11. Kyle Plott; 12. Mike Alcaro; 13. Tyler Lester; 14. Taylor Hull; 15. Nick Carey; 16. Levi Rouster; 17. Bayley Currey; 18. Cullen Camasta; 19. Andrew Smith; 20. Todd McCollum. Pole: Plott - via draw.

Race of Champions - Masters (20 laps): 1. Ira Laughy; 2. Tim Brockhouse; 3. Kevin Yeatts; 4. Robert Weymouth; 5. Ronnie Poley; 6. Gene Traxler; 7. Larry Friddle; 8. Mario Aguilar; 9. Kevin Foisy; 10. Jeff Haynie; 11. Jackie Ryan. Pole: Poley - via draw.

Race of Champions - Semi-Pro (20 laps): 1. R.S. Senter; 2. Greg Lang; 3. Alex Pacheco; 4. Derek Hopkinson; 5. Jake Morris; 6. Garrett Smithley; 7. Kevin Nowak; 8. Evan Beaulieu; 9. Andrea Hans; 10. Jake Knight; 11. Brandon Heisler; 12. Austin Leitner; 13. Steve Ward. Pole: Nowak - via draw.

Race of Champions - Young Lions (20 laps): 1. Gray Gaulding; 2. Sean Shalvoy; 3. Josh Morris; 4. Tyler Hughes; 5. Sean Rayhall; 6. Dexter Hucal; 7. Jacob Heavlow; 8. Kevin Hutchens; 9. Ben Rhodes; 10. Joey Greening; 11. Matthew Bourgoine; 12. Matthew Ostdiek; 13. Guy Fire; 14. Bryan Syer-Keske; 15. Ryan Polenz; 16. Ryan Eyer. Pole: Hughes - via draw.


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