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15-Year Old Austin Hubbard takes Career First Late Model Victory at Virginia Motor Speedway
May 12, 2007 - updated May 12th, 2007 10:27am
Web posted by Dave Seay

Jamaica, VA --

15 year old Austin Hubbard of Seaford, DE has been fast all year but had yet to put it all together to get a victory. On Fantastic Friday 2 night at Bill Sawyer’s Virginia Motor Speedway Hubbard ran a flawless lap to lead flag to flag and pick up his career first Victory Lap late Model feature win in dominating fashion.

“This feels awesome to finally get my first win, the whole crew deserves this win. I told them that I wasn’t not going to do small donuts on the track tonight,” commented Hubbard with a big smile.

Matt Morgan of Hughesville, MD set fast time in the Victory Lap late Model 35 lap feature and inverted the top eight putting Brett Royal and Austin Hubbard on the front row leading the field to green with Hubbard in complete command of the lead. A quick caution reset the field for a complete restart. Like on the first start Hubbard rocketed to the lead.

By la p10 Hubbard was out to a ten-car length advantage over Royal, Stevie Long and Walker Arthur. On lap 14 Morgan began his march to the front, as he took fourth from Arthur with a textbook slide job out of turn 2. Morgan then took third from Long before settling in behind Royal.

On lap 23 Hubbard encountered heavy lap traffic working it effortlessly. On lap 25 Hubbard had built his lead to a full straight. With two to go Hubbard had to work through heavy traffic once again this time making a small bobble but gathering it back up and continuing on to his first victory.

Rounding out the top five were Brett Royal, Matt Morgan, Walker Arthur and Stevie Long. Stephan Evans picked up the Thurston Spring Service Dirt Series Rookie of the Race Award with his sixth place finish.

In the New Generation Racing Sprint Car 25 lap feature Bobby Mazingo of Pasadena, MD and Mary Anne Williams of Chester, VA led the field to green with Williams working the outside to perfection to lead the first lap.

Once out front Williams began to distance her self from Michael Tolley running in second. Behind them Daren Bolac, Scott Davis, Matt Stambaugh and Craig Folmar battled for third. On lap 13 Folmar, now in third began pressing Tolley for second. On lap 16 Folmar finally took second with an inside pass on Tolley out of turn 4.

With the laps winding down Williams began running into slower traffic allowing Folmar to close the gap. On lap 21 Folmar caught Williams and tried to get to her inside in turn 1. Williams held off the Folmar as the two leaders worked lap traffic. That same lapped traffic bottled up Williams allowing Flomar to get by on the outside taking the lead on lap 22.

Once out front Folmar had clear sailing with Williams still battling the slower traffic. Folmar would roll to his third win in as many tries by 1.779 seconds over Williams. With the victory Folmar will not be able to start any closer than eighth with the speedways ‘two wins in a row’ rule.

“It’s getting harder every week, everyone is getting faster. I ran out of tear offs on lap 15 making it hard to see, if it were not for lap traffic I may not have caught Mary Anne (Williams) she ran a great race,” commented Folmar in victory lane.

Rounding out the top five were Mary Anne Williams, Matt Stambaugh, Daren Bolac and Scott Davis. Matt Stambaugh picked up the Thurston Spring Service Dirt Series Rookie of the Race Award with his third place finish.

In the Budweiser Modified 25 lap feature Brent Bordeaux and Eric Erwin led the field to green with Erwin powering his way to the lead out of turn 2. Erwin looked to be unstoppable in the opening laps until caution came out on lap 5 for a spin in turn 4. That closed the field back up on his bumper for the restart. On the drop of the green flag Erwin again jumped out to a good lead with Bordeaux trying to hold off mark Schools and Bret Hamilton.

On lap 7 Schools got underneath Erwin in turn 1 but couldn’t make the pass. On the next circuit Schools finally got past Erwin only to have the caution come out putting Erwin back in the top spot. On the restart Schools got back to the inside of Erwin to retake the lead. On the next lap Erwin got back to the outside of Schools as they raced side by side for the lead with Schools holding off Erwin at the line.

On lap 16 James Snead got past both Erwin and Hamilton to take second. At the white flag Snead got one peak to the inside of Schools but couldn’t make the pass work as Schools picked up his first win in thee years.

“We finally have a car that can be competitive again, it feels great to finally get back in victory lane,” commented Schools.

Rounding out the top five were James Snead, Eric Erwin, Bret Hamilton and Brian Maxey. Maxey also picked up the Thurston Spring Service Dirt Series Rookie of the Race Award with his fifth place finish.

In the Truckin Thunder 30 lap feature Clyde Glenn Jr. and Tim Shelton led the field to green. Shelton took command from the outside to lead the first lap. With the leaders heading into turn 3 caution came out for a spin by Walker Arthur, with Shelton also heading to pit road unexpectedly. That handed the lead to Robert Kramer with Glenn, Kenny Moreland, Roger Jamerson and Davis Lipsombe the balance of the top five.

On the restart Lipscombe jumped to the outside and rocketed to second behind Kramer. Another caution closed the field once again. On the restart Lipscombe went to the outside to take the lead out of turn 2.

By lap 13 Lipscombe had company in the form of Jamerson and Arhtur as the three battled feverishly for the lead. On lap 27 Jamerson began to apply more pressure on Lipcombe for the lead. Entering turn four Jamerson looked to the inside and out of turn 4 Lipscombe got in the gas a little too quick spinning and handing the lead to Jamerson.

On the restart Jamerson held off Arthur to take home the victory and become the third winner in as many races.

‘it just gets harder every week to win in this division, I have to dedicate this win to my dad who has not been feeling well of late, if it were not for him I would not be racing,” commented Jamerson.

Rounding out the top five were Walker Arthur, Michael Roop, Doug Johnson and Jack Foulkes Jr. Roop picked up the Thurston Spring Service Dirt Series Rookie of the Race Award with his third place finish.

The most exciting race of the night was saved for last as the All American division put on a race for the ages. In the caution free 15 lap feature Marty Coltrain and Johnny brooks led the field to green with brooks leading the first lap.

On lap 6 brooks, Coltrain, Dustin Owens and Kevin Fletcher all battled for the lead. On lap 9 Coltrain got the lead away from Brooks only to give it back the next lap with Fletcher flowing to second. On lap 12 Fletcher tried the inside of Brooks in turn 1 to no avail, in turn 4 it was a different story as he took the lead for the first time with two to go.

On lap 14 Brooks got back by Fletcher for the lead as the headed to the white flag. Brooks slide up turn 1 to give Fletcher the advantage. Out of turn two Brooks was back to the outside and heading into the final corner with the lead. As Brooks exited turn 4 he slid up the track allowing Fletcher to capitalize and take the lead and win. It was Fletcher’s second win in a row.

“Now that was fun, I have to thank Greg Ferguson and Marty Coltrain for all their help without I wouldn’t be here again tonight,” commented Flethcer.

Rounding out the top five were Marty Coltrain, Johnny Brooks Jr., Dustin Owens and Stephen Childress.

Bill Sawyer’s Virginia Motor Speedway will return to action this Friday May 18th as it hosts Fantastic Fridays 3 featuring the Victory Lap Late Models, Truckin Thunder Sportsman, New Generation Racing Sprint Cars, Chargers and the All Americans in action.

Competitor gates for Friday, May 18th will open at 4pm with spectator gates opening at 5pm. On track activities will begin at 7:30pm with hot laps. Divisions scheduled to race on Friday May 11th: Victory Lap Late Models (35 Laps); Truckin Thunder Sportsman (30 Laps); New Generation Racing Sprint Cars (25 Laps); VMS Chargers (25 Laps); and the VMS All Americans (15 Laps). Late Model, Sportsman, Charger and Sprint Car divisions will run Hot Lap Time Trials and Features only. All Americans will run Hot Lap Time Trials, Heats and Feature. Adult tickets are just $10, Senior and Military $8, Students 13 –17 yrs old $7, Children 7 – 12 yrs old $4 and Children 6 and under free. The Speedway offers a Family Pack for two adults and two children 12 and under for only $20. Also check our website for discount coupons.

Bill Sawyer’s Virginia Motor Speedway, a ½ mile dirt oval track is located on U.S. Route 17, eight miles north of Saluda, VA and 25 miles south of Tappahannock, VA in Jamaica, VA. The speedway is 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 2007 schedule of events, fans may call the Speedway office at (804) 758-1VMS or visit the track’s web site at www.vamotorspeedway.com.



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



RACE RESULT FOR FANTASTIC FRIDAYS 2 – MAY 11, 2007:



VICTORY LAP LATE MODEL 35 LAP FEATURE (20 CARS):

1. Austin Hubbard, Seaford, Del.; 2. Brett Royal, Owings, Md.; 3. Matt Morgan, Hughesville, Md.; 4. Walker Arthur, Forest; 5. Stevie Long, Mechanicsville, Md.; 6. Stephen Evans, Tyner, N.C.; 7. Larry Grimstead, Jr., Virginia Beach; 8. Anthony Kincaid, Hayes; 9. Lou Littlepage Jr., Mechanicsville; 10. Tyler Bailey, Chesterfield; 11. Chris Stacy, Spotsylvania; 12. Wayne Carroll, Fredericksburg; 13. Eddie Groome, Stuarts Draft; 14. Andy Gregg, Portsmouth; 15. David Parker, Powhatan; 16. Michael Green, North; 17. Louis Timberlake, Mechanicsville; 18. Jason Cahall, Cordova, Md.; 19. Tom Cohick, Gloucester; 20. Donnie Marshall Jr., Gloucester.



FAST TIME: Matt Morgan – 19.712 seconds, 91.315mph.



TRUCKIN THUNDER SPORTSMAN 30 LAP FEATURE (23 CARS):

1. Roger Jamerson, Glen Allen; 2. Walker Arthur, Forest; 3. Michael Roop, Stafford; 4. Doug Johnson, Hayes; 5. Jack Foulkes, Fairfax; 6. Gene Snow Sr., Richmond; 7. Todd Traylor, King William; 8. Tommy Upshaw, West Point; 9. Davis Lipscombe, Mechancisville; 10. Mark Weeks, Locust Grove; 11. Robert Kramer, Waldorf, Md.; 12. Chris Stacy, Spotsylvania; 13. Chuck Beech, Fredericksburg; 14. Billy Dixon, Fredericksburg; 15. Clyde Glenn Jr., Church Road; 16. Joseph Thomas, Deltaville; 17. Joseph George, Fredericksburg; 18. Joey Dean, Bushwood, Md.; 19. Tim Shelton, Frederricksburg; 20. Kenny Moreland, Waldorf, Md.; 21. Okey Synan Jr., Fredericksburg; 22. J.R. Guy, Mechanicsville, Md.; 23. Scott Stewart, Fredericksburg.



FAST TIME: Walker Arthur – 22.078 seconds, 81.529mph.



BUDWEISER MODIFIED 25 LAP FEATURE (25 CARS):

1. Mark Schools, Midlothian; 2. James Snead, Colonial Beach; 3. Eric Erwin, Beaver Dam; 4. Bret Hamilton, Powhatan; 5. Brian Maxey, King George; 6. Tommy Shiflet, Richmond; 7. Renee Weeks, Powhatan; 8. Brent Bordeaux, Fredericksburg; 9. Page Harrison, Jetersville; 10. Lance Grady, Maidens; 11. Richard Marks, Bryans Road, Md.; 12. Francis Jarrelle III, Powhatan; 13. Brandon Cohick, Gloucester; 14. Noel Austin, Petersburg; 15. Bill Atkins, Chesterfield; 16. Wayne Taylor, Tappahannock; 17. Craig Ramich, Fairfax; 18. Jacob Helwig, Dunnsville; 19. Brandon Galloway, Gloucester; 20. Dan Arnold, Petersburg; 21. Josh Harris, Gloucester; 22. Bill Roberts, Mechanicsville; 23. Chris Moore, Walkerton; 24. Chuck Marks, Bryans Road, Md.; 25. Brian Dobie, Partlow.



FAST TIME: Bill Roberts – 22.128 seconds, 81.345mph.



NEW GENERATION RACING SPRINT CARS 25 LAP FEATURE (11 CARS):

1. Craig Folmar, Philipsburg, Pa.; 2. Mary Anne Williams, Chester; 3. Matt Stambaugh, Fredericksburg; 4. Daren Bolac, Moyock, N.C.; 5. Scott Davis, Virginia Beach; 6. Tyler Shipp, Mechanicsville; 7. Kevin Atkins, Louisa; 8. Bobby Mazingo, Pasadena, Md.; 9. Michael Tolley, Ashland; 10. Clarence Cox Jr., Midlothian; 11. Keith Laird, Warrenton.

FAST TIME: Matt Stambaugh – 18.328 seconds, 98.210mph.



VMS ALL AMERICAN 15 LAP FEATURE (22 CARS):

1. Kevin Fletcher, Saluda; 2. Marty Coltrain, Richmond; 3. Johnny Brooks Jr., Mechanicsville; 4. Dustin Owens, North; 5. Stephen Childress, St. Stephens Chursch; 6. William Dunn, Tappahannock; 7. Charles Duke II, Gloucester; 8. Bobby Shreves, Hayes; 9. Andrew Miller, Bena; 10. David Bowler, Gloucester; 11. Tyler LaRoque, Newburg, Md.; 12. Chris Woods, Richmond; 13. George Englehart Jr., Providence Forge; 14. Ashley Meyers, Ark; 15. Alan Jordan, Aylett; 16. Aaron Williams, Richmond; 17. Jon Helwig, Dunnsville; 18. Sabrina Harper, Gloucester; 19. Lee Overstreet, Midlothian; 20. Byard Harris, Goucester; 21. Herbert Seay, St. Stephens Church; DNS: Luke Danison, Stafford.



FAST TIME: Kevin Fletcher – 25.935 seconds, 69.404mph.


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