Sunday, May 21, 2017
KYLE GANOE WINS FIRST EVER IMCA SPRINT CAR FEATURE AT CLINTON COUNTY
Kyle Ganoe led from flag to flag to win his first ever CCMS IMCA 305 sprint car feature in the 20-lap event, but had to hold off Ken Duke for the whole race and a close car on the last lap. “I felt Ken hit me on the rear end going into the third turn on the last lap, and I knew I better get on it. It feels good to get my first ever win here, and I hope it is the first of many”. “The car was not good early and me and my Dad worked on it all night to get it right. I can’t thank him enough, because if not for him I would not be doing this, I spent all week in North Carolina working, it has been a stressful week. I was still on the laptop at 6p.m. working”. Defending track champ Scott Lutz drove to a third-place finish with sixth starting Ryan Lynn and Dale Schweikert. The race was slowed by one caution on lap 8 for a spin by Mike Wenrick. Heats went to Lutz and Schweikert.
IMCA Sprints 1(0 Kyle Ganoe 2( 67 Ken Duke 3( 33 Scott Lutz 4( 26 Ryan Lynn 5(78 Dale Schweikert 6( 19 Tylor Cochran 7(78S Dakota Schweikert 8(41Z Jared Zionkowski 9(R6 Reed Thompson 10(4C Cody Hockenberry 11(54 Mike Wenrick 12(3G Josh Guiher DNS 7 Jim Kennedy