Sunday, June 22, 2008
Danny Martin Grabs Another USCS win at Penton Raceway
Martin started in the pole position with 2005 O’Reilly USCS Asphalt Thunder Champion, Wayne Reutimann, Jr. from Zephyrhills, Florida outside him. The “Hammer” won the first drag race to turn one but had to re-do the whole thing when two cars tangled and the race had to be re-started. Martin repeated the feat on the re-start and led every lap while pulling away to a straight-away advantage during the middle of the race.
At the finish line the next car was 6-8 car lengths back of Martin hoping for the caution that didn’t come.
O'Reilly USCS results at Penton Raceway 6/20/08:
Lucas Oil Power Dash: Marshall Skinner, Terry Gray, Derek Hagar, Matt Linder, Clint Weiss, and Danny Martin.
Engler Machine and Tool First Heat: Danny Martin, Jr., Marshall Skinner, Derek Hagar, Terry Gray, Jeremy Scott, Ray Bugg, Clint Weiss Roger Oakes.
Butlerbuilt Second Heat: Wayne Reutimann, Jr., Shane Butler, Brian Thomas, Matt Linder, Jon Stinson, Bob Auld, Ricky Burnett.
Feature Race results (30 laps): 1 - 00m Danny Martin, Jr, Sarasota, FL
2 - 26 Marshall Skinner, West Memphis, AR
3 - 10 Terry Gray, Bartlett, TN
4 - 00R Wayne Reutimann Jr., Zephyrhills, FL
5 - 1x Matt Linder, Hoschton, GA
6 - 9jr. Derek Hagar, Marion, AR
7 - 76 Jeremy Scott, Franklin, GA
8 - 3 Shane Butler, Bushnell, FL 67
9 - 0x Clint Weiss, Phenix City, AL
10 - 25 Ray Bugg, Iuka, MS
K & N FILTERS POLE AWARD: Danny Martin, Jr.
LAP LEADERS: Danny Martin, Jr. 1-30
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