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Jul 17, 2011 - updated Jul 17th, 2011 12:44pm
Web posted by Gary Daughtrey

Hampton Va. --

NASCAR Whelen All-American Series
at Langley Speedway - Hampton, VA
Colonial Kitchens Night
Starting Lineups
Saturday, July 16, 2011

Race #1
1. (8) Mike Rudy 2. (1) Anthony Kincaid
3. (44) Robbie Babb 4. (11) Jimmy Humblet
5. (36) Chris Johnson 6. (20) Cameron Patrick
7. (48) Shawn Balluzzo 8. (83) Scott Lawrence
9. (08) Joe Scarbrough 10. (57) Todd VanGuilder
11. (77) Joed Bruce 12. (87) Darrell Vance
13. (19) Kyle Wood 14. (03) Randy Monroe Jr.
15. (33) Matt Slye 16. (41) Matt Mullins
17. (60) Bobby Gery 18. (31) Chuck Britt
19. (17) Lauren Edgerton 20. (11a)Chris Humblet
Pole: Rudy - 85.053 mph (16.719 seconds).

Race #2
Lineup to be determined by finishing order of Race #1.

PEPSI GRAND STOCKS (Subject to inversion)
1. (9) Rodney Boyd 2. (8) Ricky Derrick
3. (7) Mark Claar 4. (67) Paul Lubno
5. (77) Carl Livingston 6. (01) Chris Hott
7. (55) Robbie Parker 8. (30) Chris Spangler
9. (1) Gary Burke Jr. 10. (5) Bubba Carr
11. (29) Mark Frye 12. (54) Billy Newman
13. (40) Andrew Condrey
Pole: Boyd - 77.637 mph (18.316 seconds).

1. (14) Woody Howard 2. (30) Joe Hendricks Jr.
3. (33) Rette Causey 4. (0) Steve Keesee
5. (17) Brad Hancock 6. (08) Jamie Price
7. (99) Sparky West 8. (03) Brenden Queen
9. (8) Dannie Wyatt 10. (88) Chris Raiford
11. (81) Scotty Edwards 12. (47) Sean Commo
13. (77) Connor Hall 14. (48) Bobby Gobble
15. (4) Thomas Hawkins 16. (38) Kim Forrester
17. (22) Brian May
Pole: Howard - 78.412 mph (18.135 seconds).

1. (45) Bill Dailey 2. (42) Mark Brooks
3. (22) Bobby Gobble 4. (99) Chris O'Brien
5. (64) John Savage 6. (86) Ryan Hudgins
7. (63) Clifton Savage 8. (59) Charlie-Ray Lorah
9. (46) Adam Chalkley 10. (24) Vaughan Crittenden
11. (60) Sparky West 12. (9) Tommy Sweeney
13. (16) David Millard 14. (71) Shawn Gervais
15. (18) Jordan Wood 16. (88) Matthew Leach
17. (6) Curtis Hughes 18. (40) Albert Falk
19. (17) Harold Gay 20. (10) Daniel Millard
21. (8) Jake Harberts 22. (81) Tommy Jackson
23. (87) Josh Ayer 24. (07) Michael Browning
25. (52) Bill Kirwan
Pole: Dailey - 60.508 mph (23.501 seconds).

1. (33) Macy Causey 2. (3) Darrell Adkins
3. (01) Kaleb Jusino 4. (6) Evan Horne
5. (19) Cameron Bowen 6. (4) Trevor Hawkins
Pole: Causey - 65.712 mph (21.640 seconds).

1. (10) David Cade 2. (95) Danny Harrell
3. (33) Bill Eaker 4. (13) Larry Drommerhausen
5. (38) Rodney Davis 6. (6) Clark May
7. (18) Derek Boggess 8. (17) Alex Floroff
9. (31) Richard Quinn 10. (12) Chris Paulak
11. (82) Mike Ganoe 12. (72) Mike Ganoe Jr.
Lineup determined by draw.

NASCAR Whelen All-American Series
at Langley Speedway - Hampton, VA
Colonial Kitchens Night
Race Results
Saturday, July 16, 2011

Race #1:
1. Anthony Kincaid
2. Shawn Balluzzo
3. Cameron Patrick
4. Robbie Babb
5. Chris Johnson
6. Mark Slye
7. Kyle Wood
8. Mike Rudy
9. Randy Monroe Jr.
10. Todd VanGuilder
11. Matt Mullins
12. Scott Lawrence
13. Bobby Gery
14. Darrell Vance
15. Lauren Edgerton
16. Chris Humblet
17. Joed Bruce
18. Chuck Britt
19. Jimmy Humblet
20. Joe Scarbrough
Pole: Rudy - 85.053 mph.

Race #2:
1. Shawn Balluzzo
2. Todd VanGuilder
3. Chris Johnson
4. Kyle Wood
5. Jimmy Humblet
6. Mark Slye
7. Randy Monroe Jr.
8. Anthony Kincaid
9. Robbie Babb
10. Cameron Patrick
11. Lauren Edgerton
12. Matt Mullins
13. Bobby Gery
14. Mike Rudy
15. Darrell Vance
16. Scott Lawrence
Pole: Kincaid - via Race #1 finish.

1. Mark Claar
2. Ricky Derrick
3. Rodney Boyd
4. Paul Lubno
5. Carl Livingston
6. Chris Hott
7. Mark Frye
8. Gary Burke Jr.
9. Andrew Condrey
10. Robbie Parker
11. Chris Spangler
12. Bubba Carr
13. Billy Newman
Pole: Spangler - Top 8 qualifiers inverted.
Fast Qualifier: Boyd - 77.637 mph.

(Results are UNOFFICIAL.)
1. Woody Howard
2. Rette Causey
3. Steve Keesee
4. Joe Hendricks Jr.
5. Jamie Price
6. Brenden Queen
7. Brian May
8. Sparky West
9. Dannie Wyatt
10. Brad Hancock
11. Chris Raiford
12. Sean Commo
13. Connor Hall
14. Spencer Saunders
15. Scotty Edwards
16. Thomas Hawkins
17. Kim Forrester
18. Bobby Gobble
Pole: Howard - 78.412 mph.

1. Bill Dailey
2. Albert Falk
3. Matthew Leach
4. Tommy Sweeney
5. Chris O'Brien
6. Sparky West
7. Clifton Savage
8. Ryan Hudgins
9. Jake Harberts
10. Shawn Gervais
11. Curtis Hughes
12. Harold Gay
13. Daniel Millard
14. Josh Ayer
15. Vaughan Crittenden
16. Mark Brooks
17. David Millard
18. Adam Chalkley
19. Michael Browning
20. Bill Kirwan
21. Charlie-Ray Lorah
22. Bobby Gobble
23. Tommy Jackson
24. Jordan Wood
DQ John Savage
Pole: Dailey - 60.508 mph.

1. Macy Causey
2. Darrell Adkins
3. Kaleb Jusino
4. Evan Horne
5. Cameron Bowen
6. Trevor Hawkins
Pole: Causey - 65.712 mph.

ENDUROS - 50 laps
1. Mike Ganoe
2. Danny Harrell
3. Bill Eaker
4. Alex Floroff
5. Mike Ganoe Jr.
6. Chris Pavlak
7. Derek Boggess
8. Richard Quinn
9. David Cade
10. Larry Drommerhausen
11. Clark May
12. Rodney Davis
Pole: Cade - via draw.

NASCAR Whelen All-American Series
at Langley Speedway - Hampton, VA
Colonial Kitchens Night
Race Report
Saturday, July 16, 2011

HAMPTON, Va. (July 16) — Anthony Kincaid and Shawn Balluzzo shared the limelight, splitting the Colonial Kitchens Twin 25s for the KeesVacations.com Modifieds, the featured events of Saturday evening’s NASCAR Whelen All-American Series program at Langley Speedway.
The lineup for the first 25-lapper was determined in afternoon time trials. Mike Rudy was the fast qualifier, at 85.053 mph, edging Kincaid by only 29-thousandths of a second. Robbie Babb was lined up third on the 20-car grid, followed by Jimmy Humblet and Chris Johnson. Four-time winner Cameron Patrick was sixth-fastest, while Balluzzo, the division points leader, launched from seventh.
Race #1: The opening event got off to a rocky start. Twice, Kincaid shot ahead of Rudy to take the lead. Before a lap could be recorded, however, caution flags flew for multi-car incidents. Joe Scarbrough and Humblet got the worst of the action as both were relegated to the sidelines. Babb also suffered a setback when he drew a black flag for passing to the inside before the start/finish line.
The third try at a start proved to be the charm and, once more, Kincaid jumped ahead of Rudy to gain the point. Patrick came along with Kincaid, bumping Rudy back to third. Johnson and Balluzzo emerged from the opening shuffle in fourth and fifth.
On lap 4, Johnson ducked below Rudy in Turn 4 in a bid for third. He completed the pass off Turn 2 on lap 5. A lap later, the last of the race’s three yellow flags waved for a three-car tangle in Turn 4. Rudy pitted during the ensuing caution period, rejoining the tail of the field.
As drivers bunched for a restart, Johnson gave up the third spot to test his luck on the outside of the leader. He was joined up high by Kyle Wood, Randy Monroe Jr. and Mark Slye.
Back under green, Kincaid and Patrick quickly dispensed with Johnson, who settled back into third. Within a couple laps, Kincaid had distanced himself from the runner-up, opening a four-length gap. Meanwhile, Babb was on the comeback trail, returning to the top five on lap 9.
By lap 11, Patrick had fallen into the clutches of Johnson and Balluzzo. On lap 13, Balluzzo swiped third from Johnson and set off after Patrick, overtaking him on lap 14. The exchange allowed Kincaid to pad his lead to nearly half a straightaway.
Little by little, Balluzzo chipped away at Kincaid’s margin. By lap 19, he had drawn to within three car-lengths. Deeper in the field, Babb slipped past Johnson for fourth and quickly closed in on Patrick.
Over the final five circuits, Balluzzo’s charge seemed to run out of steam as Kincaid began to stretch out his margin. Behind them, Patrick and Babb jousted for third.
At the finish, Kincaid scored his first win by 0.981-second — about five lengths. Balluzzo was second, followed by Patrick, who held off Babb for third. Johnson tailed the leaders to the line, in fifth. Slye headed up the second five, in sixth, followed by Wood, Rudy, Monroe and Todd VanGuilder.
Race #2: The lineup for the nightcap was determined by the finishing order of the opener, putting Kincaid and Balluzzo on the front row. Patrick and Babb made up Row 2, while Johnson rounded out the top five. Sixteen drivers answered the bell for the second feature, which started after a 10-minute break.
As the race got under way, Kincaid leaped ahead of Balluzzo to take the top spot, while Patrick and Babb went door-to-door for third with Johnson enjoying a front-row seat. Strong on the outside, Babb grabbed third from Patrick on lap 2, bringing Johnson with him.
The first caution flag appeared on lap 4 when officials spotted a fuel leak from Kincaid’s car. While he reported to the pits to correct the problem, the lead passed to Balluzzo. As he had in the earlier race, Johnson chose to restart alongside the leader, giving up his third spot in line.
When the race resumed, Balluzzo quickly cleared Johnson, leaving the inside lane open for Babb, who also scooted past. Johnson settled back into third, followed by VanGuilder and Wood. On lap 6, Slye slipped past Wood to crack the top five.
The second yellow flag waved on lap 10 for Matt Mullins’ spin in Turn 4. Again, Johnson opted to restart on the outside.
Back under green, Balluzzo pulled ahead of Johnson through Turns 1 and 2. Babb moved underneath Johnson and they dueled until they reached the backstretch on lap 11 with Babb taking the position.
Caution #3 was displayed on lap 12 when Wood and Humblet tangled off Turn 2. Once more, Johnson headed to the top side for the restart, joined by Rudy, Slye and Patrick.
Only one more lap was completed before the fourth yellow flag was unfurled as Babb and Johnson tangled in Turn 4 and Johnson spun. Kincaid and Slye were collected in the fracas and all four drivers were relegated to the rear of the field.
Back under way, Balluzzo fought off a challenge from Rudy and gained the clear-cut edge off Turn 2. As Balluzzo pulled away, VanGuilder closed in on Rudy for second. After just a few laps of green-flag racing, the lead trio had opened a half-straightaway gap between themselves and fourth-place Wood.
On lap 19, VanGuilder poked his nose under Rudy in Turns 3 and 4, initiating a side-by-side tussle. VanGuilder inched ahead at the end of lap 20 and cleared Rudy on lap 21. Immediately, Rudy dropped off the pace and headed for the pits, his night prematurely over.
The fifth, and final, caution flag came out on lap 22 when Bobby Gery spun in Turn 2. With less than five laps to go, the ensuing restart was single-file as teammates Balluzzo and VanGuilder showed the way.
Under green for a sprint to the finish, Balluzzo eked out a slim margin over VanGuilder, then began to ease away. Behind them, Johnson was on the move, picking off Humblet for fourth, then overtaking Wood for third.
At the checkers, Balluzzo was the winner by 0.331-second — about two lengths — over VanGuilder. Johnson, Wood and Humblet completed the top five. Slye was sixth, followed by Monroe, Kincaid, Babb and Patrick.
After the second event, both Modified race winners were welcomed to Victory Lane.
In his post-race remarks, Kincaid noted his team’s difficulties this season: “We’ve probably had the worst luck this season out of any season I’ve ever run. It followed us to the go-kart track last night. We, actually, kinda overcame that and thought we had overcome it out here, but... I tell ya’, we’ve still got a little bit of a cloud, but it’s looking a little better.”
Celebrating his third win of the current campaign, Balluzzo reiterated his previously-expressed thoughts about the Mods: “This is the best division out here, I think. It’s getting bigger every week. The competition is unbelievable. We expected him (Kincaid) to be up front, right from the beginning. They had some problems. But, it’s just so great to race over here at Langley Speedway. Everybody did such a great job. And, how about Todd VanGuilder in my backup car? He did a great job.”

In the evening’s other featured events:

Mark Claar took the lead on lap 37, then survived a “green-white-checkered” finish to nail down his third win of the season in the 40-lap Pepsi Grand Stock race.
Rodney Boyd was the fast qualifier, at 77.637 mph. After spinning an “8” on the inversion wheel, though, he was bumped back to the outside of Row 4. Chris Spangler and Robbie Parker took over the front row starting spots, while Chris Hott and Carl Livingston occupied Row 2. Paul Lubno and Claar rolled off the grid in fifth and sixth, while Ricky Derrick and Boyd followed, in the fourth row.
As the race got going, Parker won the drag race into Turn 1 and cleared Spangler as they navigated the backstretch for the first time. While Parker and Spangler quickly went single-file, their pursuers were deployed in what looked like a full-speed pace lap, two-by-two.
On lap 4, Hott motored ahead of Livingston for third. He slipped in Turn 2 on lap 5, though, and gave way to Lubno and Derrick. Two laps later, Hott slipped again and lost spots to Claar and Boyd.
On lap 8, Lubno nosed under Spangler in a bid for second. A lap later, he completed the pass and brought Derrick and Claar along with him. On lap 10, Derrick grabbed second from Lubno.
The first caution flag appeared on lap 11 for a two-car tangle in Turn 2.
Back under green, Derrick, who chose the outside lane, inched ahead of Parker to take the lead. Claar followed Derrick’s cue and swiped second.
The second yellow flag flew on lap 13 when Parker, trapped on the outside of a three-wide joust with Boyd and Lubno, slapped the backstretch wall.
As the race resumed, Derrick and Claar bolted in nose-to-tail formation. By lap 20, Derrick was up by nearly three lengths. Just past the halfway mark, however, Claar began to reel him in. By lap 24, the gap was down to a single car-length.
Boyd bypassed Lubno on lap 27 to take over third. A lap later, the third caution flag appeared for Parker’s smoking machine. As the field bunched, Lubno gave up the fourth position to restart alongside Derrick.
Back under way, Lubno carried a half-length lead into Turn 1. Derrick quickly rallied, though, and cleared him off Turn 2. Lubno slipped into second, just ahead of Claar.
By lap 32, Derrick had pulled away by three lengths, while Claar poked a fender to the inside of Lubno, snagging the runner-up spot on lap 33. Boyd tagged along with Claar, taking third on lap 34.
The battle up front turned physical on lap 35 as Claar and Derrick made contact in Turn 4. A lap later, Claar launched his bid for the win, driving under the leader. He gained the clear-cut advantage off Turn 2 on lap 37 and opened a three-length margin.
Hoping to see a white flag at the end of lap 39, the leaders were greeted by the fourth, and final, yellow flag, the result of Spangler’s spin in Turns 1 and 2.
On the last restart, Claar got away, while Boyd moved up to challenge Derrick for second. At the stripe, Claar was the winner by 0.935-second — about four lengths. Derrick was the runner-up, followed by Boyd, Lubno and Livingston.

Woody Howard started on the pole, at 78.412 mph, and led all the way to post his first win in the 25-lap Cycle City Corp. INEX Legends race.
Rette Causey, who started third, moved up to second at the beginning of the event and tailed Howard for all 25 circuits. He was three lengths back at the checkers.
Steve Keesee took over third on lap 13 and held that position to the finish, while defending division champ Joe Hendricks Jr. and Jamie Price were fourth and fifth, respectively.
The race was slowed by only one caution flag, which appeared on lap 22 when Brad Hancock spun at the end of the backstretch as he tried to take fifth place from Price.
Following the event, an issue arose in the inspection area and officials decided to hold up the race results until a ruling can be obtained from INEX. The division is also waiting on a ruling from INEX, stemming from the July 1 race.

Starting from the pole, at 60.508 mph, Bill Dailey wired the field for his first win of the year in a 20-lapper for the Rhonnda Claiborne, Realtor HRKC Pro Winged Champ Karts.
John Savage and Adam Chalkley provided the drafting boost for Dailey throughout the event as the trio beat back several stern challenges. Chalkley didn’t make it to the finish, though, as he tangled with David Millard on the backstretch on the last lap, ending up 18th.
Savage, meanwhile, failed to clear the post-race inspection and was disqualified.
In the amended rundown, Dailey was the winner, followed by Albert Falk, who started 18th. Matthew Leach, the 16th-place starter, was third, followed by Tommy Sweeney and Chris O’Brien.

In the 20-lap CBX Modular Homes INEX Bandoleros feature, Macy Causey overwhelmed the field to become the division’s first two-time winner.
Causey qualified on the pole, at 65.712 mph, and set a smoking pace in the caution-free event. By the checkers, her winning margin had swelled to half a lap over second-place Darrell Adkins. Kaleb Jusino was third, the only other driver to complete the entire distance. Evan Horne and Cameron Bowen rounded out the top five.

Starting 11th in the 12-car field, Mike Ganoe took the lead on lap 19 and rolled to his third win of the season in the evening’s final race, a 50-lap Enduro.
Danny Harrell led laps 1-18, but couldn’t hold off Ganoe, who won by better than half a straightaway. Bill Eaker was third, followed by Alex Floroff and Mike Ganoe Jr.
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