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Jared Powell Takes Rd 1 Of Victory Lap Late Model $25,000 presented by BB&T At Virginia Motor Speedway
May 1, 2006 - updated May 1st, 2006 12:11pm
Web posted by Dave Seay

Saluda, VA. --

So far into the 2006 season Jared Powell of Charlottesville, VA has avoided the sophomore jinx and is convincing everyone in the Victory Lap Late Model division that he will be a contender for the 2006 title. Saturday night Powell made it two wins in row by winning Round 1 of the Victory Lap Late Model $25,000 Challenge presented by BB&T, giving himself a shot at the $25,000 bonus for sweeping all four rounds of the Challenge series. Powell looked dominant much of the race leading flag to flag but in the end had to hold off a very determined Walker Arthur of Forest, VA for the victory. The Victory Lap Late Model $25,000 Challenge will pay a $5,000 bonus to anyone winning two of the four events with it ballooning to $15,000 if a driver wins three of four events. And finally, if Powell should sweep all four events he would pick up a cool $25,000 bonus. Track rules for the Victory Lap Late Model Division will apply. The remaining three rounds of the challenge series are tentatively scheduled for June 10th, August 5th and September 2nd.

“This car has just been flawless over the last two weeks, I can’t thank my crew enough. We went into this season saying if we are going to only win four races all season let’s win the big ones, we’ve got the most important of the four the first one now and it feels awesome to be eligible for a $25,000 bonus,” commented new points leader Jared Powell.

“I can’t say enough about the staff at Virginia Motor Speedway and the job they do every week to give us competitors such a great racetrack and facility to compete at, when you win a race here you have done something,” added the very excited Powell.

Rounding out the top five were Walker Arthur, Neil McCanan, Sommey Lacey and Larry Grimstead, Jr. Arthur picked up the Thurston Spring Service Dirt Series Championship Rookie of the Race Award with his second place finish. McClanan is also a 2006 Rookie candidate.

In other action Brent Bordeaux of Fredericksburg, VA led flag to flag in the Budweiser Modified 25 lap feature while there was a four way battle for the runner up spot. In the Truckin Thunder Sportsman 30 lap feature Walker Arthur of Forest, VA set a new track record in Hot Lap Qualifying and then took the lead on lap 3 to take home his second win of 2006. In the Al’s Auto Parts Charger 25 lap feature Davis Lipscombe of Mechanicsville, VA made it two in a row with his victory and seventeen year old Dustin Owens of North, VA picked up his career first victory in the Dixie Chopper All American 15 lap feature.

Under beautiful sunny skies and cool temperatures Roland Mann of Chaptico, MD set fast time in “Hot Lap” qualifying for Round 1 of the Victory Lap Late Model $25,000 Challenge presented by BB&T. Mann then inverted the top six in qualifying for the start of the race with the pill draw. That put Jared Powell and Larry Grimstead Jr. on the front row for the second week in a row.

On the drop of the green flag Powell muscled his way into the lead but caution would fall quickly as Scott Adams went for a spin in turn 2. A complete restart saw Powell once again jump to the lead with everyone n the top ten jostling for position. As the field headed bunched up out of turn 4 Brian Staton and Jamie Lathroum got together sending Lathroum’s car flipping down the front stretch in a spectacular crash bringing out the red flag. The wreck would also collect Roland Mann and Stevie Long sending both drivers to the rear for the restart. Lathroum would walk away from the carnage unscathed.

The third try at a start was the charm and Powell once again took control of the lead. By lap 2 mann and Long were picking their way back to the front. By lap 5 Mann had worked his way to 8th and looked to be heading back to the front before mechanical problems ended his night on lap 17.

On lap 10 the races third caution flew for a spin by Jason Cahall in turn 3 closing the field back on the bumper of Powell. On the restart Powell led Arthur, Grimstead, Vaughan Haywood and McClanan back into turn one. Once on the gas Powell pulled away. On lap 13 the action was between Haywood and Sommey Lacey for the fifth spot. For two laps they battled side by side until lacey took the spot on lap 15.

At the halfway point one of the fastest cars on the track was Ronald Cusic, who started shot gun on the field and was now battling for seventh with Pat Wood. With ten laps to go Powell held almost a full straightaway lead over Arthur but was beginning to have problems getting through traffic. On lap 33 Arthur had closed to within three car lengths and closing. With five to go it was now down to two car lengths and Arthur pressing the issue now for the win. But Powell was able to hold on for the victory and his shot at winning a $25,000 bonus.

In the Budweiser Modifieds Bret Hamilton of Powhatan, VA set fast time and inverted the top six for the start of the 25 lap feature putting Brent Bordeaux and Renee Weeks on the front row leading the field to green.

The top five battled furiously for the lead into turn one with Bordeaux coming out on top as the field headed out of turn 2 but not by much as Bordeaux, Weeks, Hamilton and Erwin were so close you could throw a blanket over them. Bordeaux had to fend off several charges before breaking away from the field and pulling away by four car lengths. That left the rest of the field battling for second with Weeks currently in control.

For the first seven laps Erwin made several attempts to take second from Weeks but could pull off the pass as Hamilton, Brian Dobie and Chuck Marks went after each other in some close door to door action. The first caution of the race would fly on lap 10 for Erwin with a blown motor going down the backstretch. On the restart Bordeaux got a jump on Weeks and the field and pulled away by three car lengths.

At the halfway point the battle for second was still hot and heavy with Weeks still fending off the pack of Hamilton, Page Harrison and Dobie. With five to go Bordeaux was in complete control as second still the focal point on the track as Weeks, Hamilton, Harrison and Dobie were all over top of each other. With two to go Hamilton got to the outside of Weeks with Dobie looking for room. As the three raced out of turn 4 Dobie split the middle, making it three wide to the strip. Hamilton took the back second in turn 1 with Dobie still digging on the inside. With Bordeaux crossing the line with a comfortable victory Hamilton and Dobie took it to the line for second with Dobie taking it by a bumper. Rounding out the top five were Weeks, and Harrison. Brooks Lawson of Richmond, VA picked up the Thurston Spring Service Dirt Series Championship Rookie of the Race Award with his eleventh place finish.

In the Truckin Thunder Sportsman Walker Arthur blistered his old track record of 21.687 seconds with a lap of 21.466 seconds in “Hot Lap” qualifying. The top six were then inverted for the start putting Daren Bolac and Roger Jamerson on front row. On the drop of the green Bolac and Jamerson went barreling down into turn 1 with Jamerson taking the advantage out of turn 2. But caution would come out for a spin by Jack Foulkes in turn 4 that also collected Derek Scott.

On the complete restart Jamerson and Bolac once again went to it side by side this time with Tim Shelton making it three wide out of turn 2. As the trio raced into turn three Shelton slid up in front of Bolac and Jamerson taking the lead but couldn’t hold onto the car and spun out in turn 1 bringing out another caution.

On the restart it was Jamerson leading Arthur, David Lipscombe, Bolac and Robert Marshall back to the green. Arthur jumped inside of jamerson as the two headed into turn 2 and raced side by side until turn 1 where Arthur took control of the 30 lap feature. Once out front the only thing to stop Arthur were a few cautions as he pulled to a straightaway advantage by lap 20. With Arthur in complete control and Jamerson comfortably in second the battle on the track was for third as Lipscombe, Bolac and Donnie Owens went at it three wide at times. On lap 27 Lipcombe got loose in turn 4 allowing Bolac, Owens and Marshall to all drive by for position.

Arthur cruised to the victory by 1.170 seconds over Roger Jamerson. Rounding out the top five were Daren Bolac, Donnie Owens and Robert Marshall. Doug Wallace of Yorktown, VA picked up the Thurston Spring Service Dirt Series Championship Rookie of the Race Award for the second week in a row with his seventh place finish.

In the Al’s Auto Parts Charger 25 lap feature Bob Terry of Stafford, VA set a new track recond in “Hot Lap” qualifying besting the old record of 24.624 seconds set by John Imler with a lap of 23.782 seconds. The top five qualifiers all broke the previous track record time.

That put Tony Quade and Davis Lipscombe on the front row. With the drop of the green Quade and Lipscombe took the field barreling into turn 1 with Lipscombe taking advantage of the fast outside groove to take the lead. By lap 4 Terry had worked his way back to second and gaining on Lipscombe.

On lap 10 the battle was for the fourth spot as Quade, John Imler and James Givens wrestled for the position. At the halfway point 14 year old Wesley Givens joined the battle for 4th after a spin and caution sent his dad James Givens to the rear while battling for that fourth spot.

A late caution brought out by a wreck in turn 1 would set up a green, white, checkered finish. On the restart Terry looked inside but couldn’t hold his car under Lipscombe to take the lead. The two battled back to the checkers with Lipscombe taking home his second win in a row. Rounding out the top five were Bob Terry, Paul Bess, Tony Quade and Wesley Givens. Givens picked up the Thurston Spring Service Dirt Series Championship Rookie of the Race Award for the second week in a row with his fifth place finish.

In the Dixie Chopper All Americans Dustin Owens and Vernon Kirby each won their respective heats placing the two of them on the front row for the start of the 15 lap feature. On the drop of the green Owens jumped to the lead with Kirby tucked under his back bumper for second and Stephen Childress, Darrell Schrewsbury and Marty Coltrain in tow.

On lap 6 Coltrain went inside of Childress in a battle for third but couldn’t take the spot from the youngster. A caution on lap 8 for a spinning Ashley Meyers closed the field for the last time. On the restart Owens got a great start as Childress missed a shift allowing Coltrain to get to third. With five to go Owens was out to a five car length advantage as Kirby worked to hold off Coltrain for second.

With the battle for second still hot and heavy at the white Owens only had to hold on to take home his career first victory. Coltrain in the meantime jumped inside Kirby heading into turn 1. The two raced side by side back to the checkers with Kirby taking second by a bumper at the line. Rounding out the top five were Vernon Kirby, Marty Coltrain, Thomas Rose and Stephen Childress.

As is customary, Bill Sawyer’s Virginia Motor Speedway will take the weekend of Saturday May 6th off in deference to NASCAR Nextel Cup activities at Richmond International Raceway. Following the week off the speedway’s 2006 schedule of events will resume Saturday, May 13th with Thurston Spring Service Dirt Series Championship Night featuring all five of the track’s divisions.

Competitor gates for Saturday, May 13th will open at 3pm with spectator gates opening at 4pm. On track activities will begin at 6:15pm with hot laps. Divisions scheduled to race on Saturday: Victory Lap Late Models (35 Laps); Truckin Thunder Sportsman (30 laps); Budweiser Modifieds (25 laps); Al’s Auto Parts Chargers (25 laps) and the Dixie Chopper All Americans (15 laps). Late Model, Sportsman and Modified divisions will run Hot Lap Time Trials and Features while Chargers will run Hot Lap Time Trials, heats and features. All Americans will run heats and features only.

Admission price for Adults, Seniors and Military is $10; Students 13 – 17 years old $8, Children 7 – 12 years old $4 and Children 6 and under admitted free. The speedway offers a $2 discount coupon on the Speedway’s Website, good on any Adult, Senior and Military ticket making it an $8 admission. Fans need to have a coupon for each ticket purchased. The speedway also offers a “Family Pack” that includes two adult admissions and two children 12 and under admissions for only $20.

Bill Sawyer’s Virginia Motor Speedway, an ASA Member Track affiliate, is a 1/2-mile, dirt oval. Virginia Motor Speedway races weekly on Saturday nights and is located on U.S. Route 17, eight miles north of Saluda, VA and 25 miles south of Tappahannock, VA. The speedway is also just a short drive from Richmond, Fredericksburg, Southern Maryland and the Hampton Roads area.

To learn more about Bill Sawyer’s Virginia Motor Speedway and its 2006 schedule of events, fans and competitors may call the Speedway office at (804) 758-1VMS or visit the track online at www.vamotorspeedway.com.



MEDIA CONTACT: DAVE SEAY (804) 758-1867 OR (804) 357-7223



RACE RESULTS FROM BILL HUDGINS PONTIAC GMC NIGHT, APRIL 29, 2006:



Rd 1 OF THE VICTORY LAP LATE MODEL $25,000 CHALLENGE presented by BB&T (24 CARS):

1. Jared Powell, Charlottesville, Va.; 2. Walker Arthur, Forest, Va.; 3. Neil McClanan, Moyock, N.C.; 4. Sommey Lacey, Jr., Clements, Md.; 5. Larry Grimstead, Jr., Virginia Beach, Va.; 6. Ronald Cusic, California, Md.; 7. Brian Staton, Chesapeake, Va.; 8. Max Anderson, Friendship, Md.; 9. Pat Wood, Waldorf, Md.; 10. Scott Adams, Chester, Va.; 11. Vaughan Haywood, Deltaville, Va.; 12. Anthony Kincaid, Hayes, Va.; 13. Scotty Nelson, Leonardtown, Md.; 14. Joe Bounds, Partlow, Va.; 15. Jason Cahall, Cordova, Md.; 16. Craig Eastep, Newport News, Va.; 17. Stevie Long, Mechanicsville, Md.; 18. Roland Mann, Chaptico, Md.; 19. Chuck Beech, Fredericksburg, Va.; 20. Donnie Marshall Jr., Gloucester, Va.; 21. Jamie Lathroum, Mechanicsville, Md.; 22. Tom Cohick, Gloucester, Va.; DNS: Donnie Daniel, West Point, Va.; David Parker, Powhatan, Va.. (Lap Leaders - 1: Powell 1 – 40)



BUDWEISER MODIFIED 25 LAP FEATURE (19 CARS):

1. Brent Bordeaux, Fredericksburg, Va.; 2. Brian Dobie, Partlow, Va.; 3. Bret Hamilton, Powhatan, Va.; 4. Renee Weeks, Powhatan, Va.; 5. Page Harrison, Jetersville, Va.; 6. James Snead, Colonial Beach, Va.; 7. Donnie Medlin, Newport News, Va.; 8. Bill Roberts, Mechanicsville, Va.; 9. Wayne Barricks, Chesterfield, Va.; 10. Kelly Samuels, Richmond, Va.; 11. Brooks Lawson, Richmond, Va.; 12. Chuck Marks, Bryans Road, Md.; 13. Lance Grady, Maidens, Va.; 14. Chris Moore, Walkerton, Va.; 15. Matthew Dickens, Suffolk, Va.; 16. Francis Jarrelle III, Powhatan, Va.; 17. Eric Erwin, Beaver Dam, Va.; 18. Brad Bowling, Mechanicsville, Va.; 19. Bill Atkins, Chesterfield, Va.. (Lap Leaders - 1: Bordeaux 1 – 25)



TRUCKIN THUNDER SPORTSMAN 30 LAP FEATURE (19 CARS):

1. Walker Arthur, Forest, Va.; 2. Roger Jamerson, Glen Allen, Va.; 3. Daren Bolac, Moyock, N.C.; 4. Donnie Owens, North, Va.; 5. Robert Marshall, Virginia Beach, Va.; 6. Davis Lipscombe, Mechancisville, Va.; 7. Doug Wallace, Yorktown, Va.; 8. Chris Stacy, Spotsylvania, Va.; 9. Doug Johnson, Hayes, Va.; 10. Gene Snow Sr., Richmond, Va.; 11. Mark Smith, Virginia Beach, Va.; 12. Robert Kramer, Waldorf, Md.; 13. Jack Foulkes, Fairfax, Va.; 14. Michael Green, North, Va.; 15. Larry Bradsher, Saluda, Va.; 16. Tim Shelton, Frederricksburg, Va.; 17. David Pfeiffer, Suffolk, Va.; 18. Derek Scott, Chesapeake, Va.; 19. Dave Savage, Mattaponi, Va.. (Lap Leaders - 2: Jamerson 1 – 3; Arthur 4 – 30))



AL’S AUTO PARTS CHARGER 25 LAP FEATURE (24 CARS):

1. Davis Lipscombe, Mechancisville, Va.; 2. Bob Terry, Stafford, Va.; 3. Paul Bess, Quantico, Va.; 4. Tony

Quade, Leonardtown, Md.; 5. Wesley Givens, New Kent, Va.; 6. John Imler, Edgewater, Md.; 7. Mark Wright, Mechanicsville, Va.; 8. David McKinnon, Quinton, Va.; 9. John Kirby, Sandston, Va.; 10. Davey Pullen, New Kent, Va.; 11. James Givens, New Kent, Va.; 12. Chris Tatum, Hanover, Va.; 13. Mario Quattrociocchi, Port Tobacco, Md.; 14. Bobby Kibler, Sandston, Va.; 15. Steven Carter, West Point, Va.; 16. Rick Adkins, Hampton, Va.; 17. Jim Ridings, Gloucester, Va.; 18. Bruce Wilson, Quinton, Va.; 19. James Hawk, Maidens, Va.; 20. Ernie Dettbarn, Richmond, Va.; 21. Scott Stewart, Fredericksburg, Va.; 22. Rusty Steele, Williamsburg, Va.; 23. Stephen Democko, Newport News, Va.; 24. Lee Oldaker III, Suffolk, Va.. (Lap Leaders - 1: Lipscombe 1 – 25)



DIXIE CHOPPER ALL AMERICANS presented by SAWYER LAWN EQUIPMENT 15 LAP FEATURE (26 CARS):

1. Dustin Owens, North, Va.; 2. Vernon Kirby, Glen Allen, Va.; 3. Marty Coltrain, Richmond, Va.; 4. Thomas Rose, Port Haywood, Va.; 5. Stephen Childress, St. Stephens Chursch, Va.; 6. David Bowler, Gloucester, Va.; 7. Raymond Harper, Gloucester, Va.; 8. Gene Jamerson Sr., Richmond, Va.; 9. Brian Maines, West Point, Va.; 10. Mike Morris, Williamsburg, Va.; 11. Herbert Seay, St. Stephens Church, Va.; 12. Ashley Meyers, Ark, Va.; 13. John Rhoades, Hayes, Va.; 14. Alan Jordan, Aylett, Va.; 15. Jessie Wilson, Quinton, Va.; 16. Dave Savage, Mattaponi, Va.; 17. Steven Atkins, Chesterfiled, Va.; 18. Thomas Meadows, Newport News, Va.; 19. Jacob Helwig, Dunnsville, Va.; 20. Brandon Bowler, Gloucester, Va.; 21. Darrell Shrewsbury, Saluda, Va.; 22. Chris Woods, Richmond, Va.; DNS: Richard Thompson, New Kent, Va.; Bill Hardman, Mechanicsville, Va.; Adam Hale, Dutton, Va.; Jon Helwig, Dunnsville, Va.. (Lap Leaders: Owens 1 – 15)


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