Orange County Speedway News
OCS Championship Day Nov 8, 2015 Recap & Pictures
Nov 9, 2015 - updated Nov 9th, 2015 7:59pm
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Rougemont, NC --
Craig Moore clinched the 2015 late model stock points championship at Orange County Speedway on Sunday with a third place finish in the second of two 35 lap features.
Chuck Lawson edged Layne Riggs to win the second event. Earlier Chris Denny copped the opener for the track's premier division. Lawson finished second in points with Denny taking third.
Danny Willis Jr. and Riggs won 20 lap limited sportsman races with Riggs clinching that division crown with his triumph in the second feature.
Jared Gillis used a win in the first of two 15 lap events for street stocks to secure the title in that class. He finished second to Cory Purnell in race two.
In other races. Danny Winstead finished sixth, but it was enough to barely claim his first pure stock season championship over Mikey Milam, with Greg Murphy nosing out Mike Herron to win the race, Anthony Bennett used a victory to wrap up the super mini truck points trophy, Justin Taylor conquered the Allison Legacy Car field and Mike Bledsoe was top dog in a 20 lapper for the Southern Ground Pounders.
Chuck Lawson celebrates by winning the last Late Model race of the year at OCS.
Craig Moore Crew and Family Celebrate Moore's championship by holding up two fingers two signify his second championship at the 3/8 Mile Power Plant.
Chris Denny wins the first of the twin Late Model races .
Winner of the first Limited Late Model Race Danny Willis Jr. (18) crashes after contact with Chris Elliott (91) in the second Limited Late Model race. Willis Angrily voiced and displayed his opinion with Elliott.
The 2015 Orange County Speedway Limited Late Model Champion Layne Riggs. The thirteen year-old also took home the Rookie of the Year title.