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Kincaid holds off Cohick for photo finish victory
Jul 26, 2009 - updated Jul 26th, 2009 12:01am
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Jamaica, VA. --

The race statistics might show that Anthony Kincaid of Gloucester, VA led the final 33 laps of the 35 feature. Statistics might also lead you to believe that Kincaid had an easy time of it on way to his second win of the season, but statistics can be deceiving. The truth is that Kincaid had to hold off several challenges from the “Faster Pastor” Tom Cohick of Gloucester, VA the last coming on the final lap.

As the two took the white flag in lapped traffic Kincaid decided to go outside a lapped car as Cohick went inside the same car out of turn 2. Door to door they raced to the checkered flag with Kincaid holding on in a photo finish by 0.079 seconds.

“That was amazing! I could see him sneaking to the inside a couple of times and once he got to my inside he raced me clean back to the checkers, what a finish for the fans,” commented a very excited Kincaid in victory lane.

Rounding out the top five were Tom Cohick, Brett Carlton, Ben Bowie and Vaughan Haywood Jr.

In other action Daren Bolac of Moyock, NC took over the lead in the New Generation Racing Sprint Car feature on lap 2 and never looked back to record his second win of 2009. Bolac also set a division track record with a lap of 16.676 seconds besting his old mark of 16.779 seconds. In the Truckin Thunder Sportsman 25 lap feature Tim Shelton of Fredericksburg, VA battled with Tony Wood of New Kent, VA side by side swapping the lead back and forth before Shelton took control of the race going on to his fourth win of the season. In the Budweiser Modified 25 lap feature Brian Maxey of King George, VA held off a late race challenge from point leader Dan Arnold of Petersburg, VA to take home his first win of the season and in the Limited Stock Car 20 lap feature it went down to the final lap with Brett Adkins of Gloucester, VA holding a James Givens challenge to pick up his third win of the season.

In the Victory Lap Late Model 35 lap feature Lou Littlepage Jr. and Eddie Groome led the field to green with Littlepage leading the first circuit. On the next lap Littlepage would spin his car in turn four in front of the rest of the field collecting Scott Adams who drove over the top of Littlepage just about sending his car flipping. Under caution Groome would come to pit road with mechanical issues handing the lead to Anthony Kincaid.

On the restart Kincaid led Tom Cohick, Brett Carlton, Ben Bowie and the rest of the field into turn 1. Caution would come out again as Davis Lipscombe and Brad Rigdon got locked together sending both into the turn 2 wall.

On the restart Kincaid held off Cohick for the top spot as Bowie went to work on Carlton for third. On lap 4 Vaughan Haywood took over fifth from Tyler Bailey.

By lap 10 Kincaid had worked his way to a fifteen car lead over Cohick who had Carlton on his bumper. On lap 12 Cohick closed Kincaid’s lead to one car length. On lap 18 Cohick pulled right up to Kincaid’s bumper but was unable to make the pass. On lap 22 Cohick got under Kincaid out of turn 4 but Kincaid was able to hold onto the top spot.

With three to go Kincaid and Cohick caught lapped traffic. With one to go Kincaid went outside a lapped car as Cohick went low. The two raced door to door through turns 3 and 4 back to the line with Kincaid taking the win in a photo finish. The margin of victory for Kincaid was 0.079 seconds over Cohick. Rounding out the top five were Brett Carlton, Ben Bowie and Vaughan Haywood Jr. With the victory Kincaid picked up a $50 certificate from Keizer Aluminum Wheels.

In the Budweiser Modified 25 lap feature James Marshall and point leader Dan Arnold led the field to green. As the two raced into turn 2 Marshall slid up the track collecting Arnold in the process. Arnold would return to the track but this time the rear of the field.

On the next restart John Ferguson and Page Harrison would lead the field to green only to have Brian Maxey pass them to lead the first circuit with Brandon Galloway in tow.

On lap 3 Chet Gagnon took third from Tony Quade as Arnold worked his way back into the top five. On lap 6 Arnold took over the third spot with an inside pass off Quade in turn 4. On lap 8 Arnold took over second form Galloway.

On lap 14 Galloway was able to take back the runner up spot only to have it taken away again on lap 18. With the laps winding down Maxey began to stretch out his lead and taking the lead by almost a straight over Arnold. Rounding out the top five were Brandon Galloway, Tony Quade and John Ferguson.

In the New Generation Racing Sprint Car 25 lap feature James Hawk and Tom Humphries led the field to green with Humphries taking control. In turn 3 Hawk would back his ride into wall with Mary Anne Williams and Eric Keck getting together ending their night.

On the restart it went three wide with Humphries, Kyle Pruitt and Troy Severin heading into turn 1. On the exit of turn 2 Severin emerged with the lead followed closely by Daren Bolac. On the next circuit Bolac would assume the lead with strong inside move on Severin.

On lap 7 Pruitt dispatched of Severin for second and set out to catch Bolac who had worked to a full straight lead. Pruitt got a huge break on lap 14 when caution flew for the second time for debris in turn 4 allowing Pruitt to close up on Bolac’s rear bumper.

On the restart Bolac got a great jump on Pruitt and began the process of pulling away from the field. Nothing could stop Bolac as he cruised to his second victory of 2009. Following Bolac to the checkers were Kyle Pruitt, Ryan Price, Tom Humphries and Troy Severin. Bolac picked up a $50 certificate from Keizer Aluminum Wheels and Troy Severin and Mary Anne Williams picked up $25 certificates from Poncho’s Racing Products.

In the Truckin Thunder Sportsman 25 lap feature Todd Traylor and Tony Wood led the field to green with Traylor leading the first lap followed closely by Wood and Kenny Moreland. Caution would come out for the first time when Michael Hayes and Michael Roop looped their cars in turn 4.

On the restart Traylor’s car slid up the track in turn 2 allowing Wood to move to his inside. The two raced side by side back to the line with Wood taking the lead by a bumper. On lap 10 the race for third heated up as Tim Shelton looked to nudge roger Jamerson out of the spot. On lap 11 caution would fly again this time for the spinning Stephen Childress in turn 2.

On the restart Wood kept Traylor at bay as Shelton slid under Jamerson in turn 2 for third with Kenny Moreland following to fourth. On lap 14 Shelton put a slide job on Traylor in turn 1 to take over second. On Lap 15 caution would fly once again this time for John Kirby.

On the restart Shelton pushed Wood into turn 1 but couldn’t make the pass. On lap 17 Shelton worked under Wood to briefly take the lead with Wood taking back the top spot in turn four. On the next circuit Shelton would nose ahead of Wood at the line to take the lead. Wood would not give up and tried to retake the lead only to have Shelton take control. Traylor would then take second from Wood on lap 21.

On lap 23 the races final caution would come out when Davey Pullen spun in turn 2 collecting Wood in the process. On the restart as Shelton led the field to turn 1 it went three wide for second with Traylor holding on for the spot. With the field battling behind him Shelton cruised to his fourth win of the season. Rounding out the top five were Todd Traylor, Roger Jamerson, Taylor Doggett and Kenny Moreland.

In the Limited Stock Car 20 lap feature Sam Archer and Mitchell Hart led the field to green with Archer leading the first lap. On lap 3 the battle for second went three wide with Brett Adkins coming out with the spot over Hart and James Givens.

On lap 7 Adkins worked under Archer in turn 2 to take over the top spot. Once out front Adkins began to pull away from the field. On lap 12 Givens got under Archer in turn 4 finally taking the spot out of turn 2. Caution would come out on with four laps to go for Joe Enders who los t a left rear tire allowing the field to close up on the bumper of Adkins.

On the restart Givens worked to get under Adkins for the lead. On the final circuit Givens got a nose under Adkins out of turn 2 as the two raced into turn 3 side by side. Givens couldn’t hold on to his car and got loose allowing Adkins to go on to the win. Following Adkins to the checkers were Sam Archer, Mitchell Hart, James Givens and Wesley Givens.

Bill Sawyer’s Virginia Motor Speedway will take the week off and return back to racing on Saturday August 8th to host Ernie Shelton’s 30th Anniversary Topless USA 100 presented by the US Army featuring the Mid-Atlantic Championship Super Late Models (MACS).

Once again, this year’s addition will be “topless” as the events popularity took a huge leap last year with the drivers taking their roofs off, giving the fans a great view of the drivers as they wrestle their mounts around the very fast ½ mile facility. This year the event pays a cool $12,000 to-win and $1,000 to start the final 50 lap segment.

Also see the Truckin Thunder Sportsman and Budweiser Modified divisions in Virginia Army National Guard Dirt Series action. It’s a night of affordable family fun!

To enhance the fans racing experience the speedway has installed a short wave FM transmitter and all of the evening’s action can be heard at 95.5 FM. So bring your portable radio headset and enjoy hearing all the action called by our talented announcer.

Competitor gates for Saturday, August 8th will open at 3pm with spectator gates opening at 4pm. On track activities will begin at 6pm with hot laps. Divisions scheduled to race on Saturday August 8th: MACS Super Late Models (Twin 25’s and 50 Lap feature); Truckin Thunder Sportsman (25 Laps) and Budweiser Modifieds (25 Laps). MACS Series format will consist of time trials, twin 25 qualifying races and a 50 lap “A” Main. Track divisions will run hot lap time trials and features.

Adult admission is just $25, Senior and Military $20, Students 13 –17 yrs old $10, Children 7 – 12 yrs old $5 and Children 6 and under free. Pit passes will be $30.

Bill Sawyer’s Virginia Motor Speedway is 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 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 RESULTS FOR TRUCKIN THUNDER NIGHT, SATURDAY JULY 25, 2009:



VICTORY LAP LATE MODEL 35 LAP FEATURE (18 Entries):

A-Main 01 -- 1. Anthony Kincaid, Hayes; 2. Tom Cohick, Gloucester; 3. Brett Carlton, Mechanicsville; 4. Ben Bowie, Brandywine, Md.; 5. Vaughan Haywood, Deltaville; 6. Joe Bounds, Partlow; 7. Tommy Hoy, Waynesboro; 8. Roy Skaggs, Highland Springs; 9. Tyler Bailey, Chesterfield; 10. Gene Snow Sr., Richmond; 11. Eddie Groome, Stuarts Draft; 12. Lou Littlepage Jr., Mechanicsville; 13. Scott Adams, Chester; 14. Brad Rigdon, Chesapeake; 15. Davis Lipscombe, Mechanicsville; 16. Larry Bradsher, Saluda; 17. Chris Stacy, Spotsylvania; DNS: Andy Gregg, Portsmouth.



FAST TIME: Scott Adams – 18.923 seconds, 95.122mph.



TRUCKIN THUNDER SPORTSMAN 25 LAP FEATURE (15 Entries):

A-Main 01 -- 1. Tim Shelton, Fredericksburg; 2. Todd Traylor, King William; 3. Roger Jamerson, Glen Allen; 4. Kenny Moreland, Waldorf, Md.; 5. Tommy Upshaw, West Point; 6. Tony Wood, New Kent; 7. Michael Roop, Stafford; 8. Michael Hayes, Ruther Glen; 9. Davey Pullen, New Kent; 10. Rusty Steele, Providence Forge; 11. Bruce Wilson, Quinton; 12. Stephen Childress, St. Stephens Church; 13. John Kirby, Sandston; 14. J.R. Guy, Mechanicsville, Md.; DQ: Taylor Doggett, Ruther Glen.



FAST TIME: Kenny Moreland – 21.416 seconds, 84.049mph.



BUDWESIER MODIFIED 25 LAP FEATURE (17 Entries):

A-Main 01 -- 1. Brian Maxey, King George; 2. Dan Arnold, Petersburg; 3. Brandon Galloway, Gloucester; 4. Tony Quade, Leonardtown, Md.; 5. John Ferguson, Gloucester; 6. Jack Foulkes, Fairfax Station; 7. Charles Gagnon, Mechanicsville, Md.; 8. Josh Harris, Gloucester; 9. Wesley Givens, New Kent; 10. Charlie Hubbard, Chesapeake; 11. Mark Schools, Midlothian; 12. Dustin Bishop, Stony Creek; 13. Brandon Cohick, Gloucester; 14. Page Harrison, Jetersville; 15. Wayne Taylor, Tappahannock; 16. James Marshall, Saint Leonard, Md.; DNS: Lance Grady, Maidens.





FAST TIME: Brian Maxey – 21.338 seconds, 84.357mph.



NEW GENERATION RACING SPRINT CAR 25 LAP FEATURE (8 Entries):

A-Main 01 -- 1. Daren Bolac, Moyock, N.C.; 2. Kyle Pruitt, Ijamsville, Md.; 3. Ryan Price, Ashland; 4. Tom Humphries, Waynesboro; 5. Troy Severin, Ashland; 6. James Hawk, Maidens; 7. Eric Keck, Providence Forge; 8. Mary Anne Williams,

Chester.



FAST TIME: Daren Bolac – 16.676 seconds, 107.940mph. (New Track Record)



LIMITED STOCK CAR 20 LAP FEATURE (21 Entries):

A-Main 01 -- 1. Brett Adkins, Gloucester; 2. Sam Archer, Waldorf, Md.; 3. Mitchell Hart, Hanover; 4. James Givens, New Kent; 5. Wesley Givens, New Kent; 6. Ryan Toole, Richmond; 7. Brandon Sandridge, Mechanicsville; 8. John Hankins Sr., Jamaica; 9. Marty Coltrain, Richmond; 10. Brandon Coates, Warsaw; 11. Paul Bess, Quantico; 12. Ashley Meyers, Hayes; 13. Mark Guthrie, Port Republic, Md.; 14. Gary Wheaton Jr., Stafford; 15. Mike Butler, Richmond; 16. Randy Hutchens, Toano; 17. Joe Ender, Glen Allen; 18. Bill Hardman, Mechanicsville; 19. Chris Brown, Hayes; 20. Ryan Hutchens, Toano; DNS: Raymond Harper, Gloucester.



FAST TIME: James Givens – 23.070 seconds, 78.023mph.


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