Results posted from opening weekend at Twin City Raceway

  • By Staff Report
  • Tuesday, June 13, 2017 11:54pm
  • Sports

Twin City Raceway-Circle Track Division hosted its first weekend of racing Saturday and Sunday at the dirt track in Kenai. The next event at the circle track at the raceway will be July 1 and 2 for the July 4th Weekend Feature Race: Stock Car Filthy Fifty.

Saturday and Sunday, racers competed in Heat 1 and Heat 2, with the results of those races setting the field for the Feature Race. The results of the Feature Race follow:

Saturday

A-Stock — 1. Jeremy Herr; 2. Chris Endsley; 3. Jeremy Echuck; 4. Bridget Attleson.

B-Stock — 1. Chuck Winters; 2. Dustin Bass; 3. Butch Savely; 4. Dawson Hermanns.

Legend — 1. Bryan Barber; 2. David Kusmider; 3. Ty Torkelson; 4. Alex Schwochert; 5. Brent Ramagoux.

Sprint — 1. Dean Scroggins; 2. JJ Sohl.

Sunday

A-Stock — 1. Jeremy Herr; 2. Dawson Hermanns; 3. Will Hoganboom; 4. Bridget Attleson.

B-Stock — 1. John Clemmons; 2. Dustin Bass; 3. Chuck Winters.

Legend — 1. Bryan Barber; 2. David Kusmider; 3. Joey Essex; 4. Brent Ramagoux; 5. Ty Torkelson; 6. Alex Schwochert.

Sprint — 1. Dean Scroggins; 2. Sean Whitmore; 3. JJ Sohl; 4. Sean Endsley (driving a Late Model).

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