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The 2017 NASCAR Whelen Modified Tour City of Hampton 150 Post Race Recap
May 15, 2017 - updated May 15th, 2017 4:06am
Web posted by Mark Rogers

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Nascar’s Whelen Modified Tour made its next stop in the 2017 race season at Larry King Law’s

Langley Speedway this past weekend for The City of Hampton 150. Twenty-eight entries looked

to try their fortunes on the .395-mile oval in search of some race hardware and the handsome

check to go along with it. Also on tap were the Cycle City Corp Bandoleros back in race action

along with the Cycle City Corp Legends Division. Included in the nights racing program were the

Harris Truck & Auto Super Trucks and the Pepsi Grand Stocks. Here’s the recap of all the

exciting race action from Larry King Law’s Langley Speedway.

CYCLE CITY CORP BANDOLERO’S (15 LAPS): Starting off the evening was the Casey Cycle City

Bandoleros division featuring fifteen laps of race action. Jacob Puttman was on pole with a lap

set at 21.719 seconds with Bradley Kilby just ninety one thousandths off the speed of Puttman.

Green flag waved and to the front on point was Jacob Puttman. From the two spot on the grid,

Kilby would be up to the task and giving chase. But going green to checkers, Jacob Puttman held

off the last lap charge of Bradley Kilby to win the evenings opening feature. Puttman had this to

say from Victory Lane, “Thank you, my dad did all the work”, says the race winner. When asked

about the win and Mother’s Day, “Yeah, I want to dedicate to my mom”.

Race Results:

1. #3 Jacob Puttman; 15 (winner)

2. #5 Bradley Kilby; 15

3. #18 Autumn Weaver; 15

4. #48 Wesley Newell ; 15

CYCLE CITY CORP LEGENDS (25 LAPS): In the Legends series, Cody Carlton was fastest in qualifying

besting out a fifteen car field sporting a lap at 18.049 seconds. Sharing the front row with

Carlton was Brian May whose lap was just as impressive just fifty two thousandths of a second

slower. Spencer Saunders, Jamie Price and Matt Dail made up the five best. Green flag race

action waved with Carlton showing the way and securing the point coming out of turn two.

Brian May would occupy the two spot before Spencer Saunders was able to get by just a few

laps later. The race was slowed down by two cautions which Saunders would take his shots at

the race leader but surviving them both and crossing the stripe first was race winner Cody

Carlton. From Victory Lane, Carlton had this to say, “I can’t thank enough these guys that help

me week in week out. First off I got to thank God for without him, none of this would be

responsible. Second, got to thank Jody for giving me a top notch piece to run, it’s been all up to

me since the first race. I mean, this thing came right out the box fast, finally we were able to get

it done”.

Race Results:

1. #9 Cody Carlton; 25 (winner)

2. #7 Spencer Saunders; 25

3. #22 Brian May; 25

4. #07 Matt Dail; 25

5. #08 Jamie Price; 25

6. #33 Colby Flowers; 25

7. #7L Zach Lightfoot; 25

8. #76 Brandon Johnson; 25

9. #17 Devon Courtney; 25

10. #5 Whitt Seay; 25

11. #88 Ryan Center; 24

12. #21 Lane McKee ; 24

13. #31 David Brandt; 24

14. #2 Matt Kurz; 24

15. #4 Chris Hayes; 23

Harris Truck and Auto Super Trucks (25 laps): Brad Adams was on pole for the Super Truck

Division clipping off a lap at 19.131 seconds and with him on the front row was Richard Ellis

showing good speed as well. Going into the evening hours came the drop of the green flag,

setting up shop and on point was the pole sitter Brad Adams. Just a few laps in, Adams easily

establish a ten car length lead leaving Richard Ellis and Ronald Klein to battle out second

amongst themselves. Meanwhile, Adams continued to dominate the event going flag to flag for

the race win. Last lap was interesting to watch as Ellis made one last dash to get by Klein but

slipped out of two and had to settle for third.

Race Results:

1. #3 Brad Adams; 25 (winner)

2. #80 Ronald Klein; 25

3. #41 Richard Ellis; 25

4. #19 Dustin Mullins; 25

5. #88 Jacob Carr; 25

6. #22b Chris Spangler; 25

7. #62 Chase McAdams; 25

8. #9 Rick Poust; 25

9. #31 Richard Quinn; 24

10. #24 Elysia Potter; 23

11. #66 Wayne Lyon; 10

Pepsi Grand Stocks (40 laps): Mark Frye was the Grand Stock division fastest in the afternoon

time trials posting a lap at 18.255 seconds. Rodney Boyd who was also fast earned a share of

the front row with Frye, Tommy Sweeney, Paul Lubno and Johnathan White made up the top

five in qualifying. Green flag waved and Mark Frye began his march for the race win. But soon

after, Rodney Boyd close in on the leader and made the pass with fifteen laps complete. The

race was later halted by only a single caution just past the halfway point but that would not

slow down Rodney Boyd as he would go on to win for the second time in the series. Mark Frye

and Tommy Sweeney battled hard finishing second and third respectfully. Rodney Boyd spoke

from Victory Lane, “Yes indeed, I love the wins, I love winning here at Langley Speedway, it’s a

great feeling. I tell ya, when we brought the car back out, we went through the whole car and

we knew we could make it better. I gotta thank all my crew, we nut and bolt checked

everything. It’s awesome, so glad for Bill Mullis, just awesome being in Victory Lane”.

Race Results:

1. #9 Rodney Boyd; 40 (winner)

2. #29 Mark Frye; 40

3. #11 Tommy Sweeney; 40

4. #14 Paul Lubno; 40

5. #2 Michael Waters; 40

6. #18 Jonathan White; 40

7. #6 Shawn Scovel; 40

8. #51 Grant Blasingame; 17

9. #1 Kevin Morgan; 11

NASCAR Whelen Modified Series (150 laps): Doug Coby earned the race pole, besting

out twenty four other competitors posting a hot lap at 15.495 seconds. Eric Goodale

claimed his spot on the front row by throwing down a lap just eighty thousandths slower

than the pole sitter. Timmy Solomito, Rob Summers and Rowan Pennink were the grids

five fastest. Flagman displayed the green to the field and the pole setter Coby, quickly

set the pace in the lead. Solomito along with Goodale would battle hard early for second

but in the early stages it was all Doug Coby out front in the clean air. The race reached

the halfway slowed by three caution periods with Doug Coby continuing to lead and

stretching to nearly twelve lengths over as Timmy Solomito running second. Later in the

event, lap ninety nine brought out the competition caution as race teams would get to

take on two tires and adjustments to settle the race feature. Back to the green,

benefiting from an earlier caution, Rob Summers would assume the race lead until Doug

Coby on lap one hundred eight reclaimed the race lead. Latter stages of the race saw

the race leader come under assault as Timmy Solomito was knocking on the door for the

race lead. Then on lap one forty four, Solomito would turn the race leader to bring out

the caution and take over the race lead. The race was slowed back down for the final

time in the event setting up a green white checker finish. Back under the green,

Solomito got the start he needed and would go on to win at Langley Speedway. Timmy

Solomito spoke in Victory Lane. “Yeah, I never like to win a race like that but um, it was

good hard racing. When the cars are so close like that and I gotta couple good runs on

him, he kept closing the door. I have nothing but respect for Doug”, explains the race

winner. “It’s just hard racing and I don’t like to race that way, I don’t like to win that

way. Unfortunately, that’s the way the cards fell tonight, not proud of the win but it is a

win”.

Race Results:

1. #16 Timmy Solomito; 156 (winner)

2. #58 Eric Goode; 156

3. #22 Kyle Bonsignore; 156

4. #20 Max Zachem; 156

5. #51 Justin Bonsignore; 156

6. #64 Rob Summers; 156

7. #3 Rowan Pennink; 156

8. #40 Danny Bohn; 156

9. #5 Kyle Ebersole; 156

10. #89 Matt Swanson; 156

11. #29 Brenden Bock; 156

12. #56 Craig Lutz; 156

13. #39 Calvin Carroll; 156

14. #36 David Sapienza; 156

15. #2 Doug Coby; 156

16. #46 Woody Pitkat; 156

17. #77 Gary Puttman; 156

18. #6 George Brunnhoelzl III; 156

19. #33 Wade Cole; 154

20. #78 Walter Sutcliff Jr; 123

21. #01 Melissa Fifield; 119

22. #11 Andy Seuss; 109

23. #82 Spencer Davis; 88

24. #85 Todd Szegedy; 51

25. #72 Lauren Edgerton; 43


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