A SWEET SWEAT HOGG SWEEP BY RICKY JOHNSON

A SWEET SWEAT HOGG SWEEP BY RICKY JOHNSON

Van Cleave Mississippi  driver Ricky Johnson made it two in a row

for his efforts in the second annual Cyclops Vapor Sweat Hogg Grand Prix.

He propelled his #84 from a 5th place starting spot to the winning checkers

after 90 solid minutes of driving on the twisting and turning road course.

He completed 109 laps when the time expired.  Lee Hutchinson finished

second in the same  lap.

 

The win earned Johnson $1,000.00

 

23 cars all passed inspection to start the race limited to front wheel drive 4 cylinder

cars on a course that used the front stretch and then snaked through the infield and

back on the track in turn 4.

 

CYCLOPS VAPOR SWEAT HOGG

ORDER OF FINISH.

LAPS COMPLETED AFTER 90 MINUTES OF RACING.

1)      Ricky Johnson                    109

2)      Lee Hutchinson                 109

3)      Heath Oestricher              106

4)      Brandon Vickers               104

5)      Sebastian Martin              102

6)      Jim Pokrant                        102

7)      Justin Babb                         102

8)      Frank Keller                        100

9)      Tim Thompson                  99

10)   Billy Nolen                          98

11)   Jeff Godwin                        98

12)   Justin Huggins                   97

13)   Dave Nolen                         95

14)   Bailey Clark                         94

15)   Larry Green                        83

16)   Robert Rivenbark             78

17)   John Hunn                           76

18)   Tim Whitington                 38

19)   Chad Boltz                           35

20)   Mike Killen                          25

21)   Jeff Smith                            22

22)   Stan Narriston                   14

23)   Camden Sidner                 3

 

The Saturday afternoon event also included  3 features for motorcycles.

Rob McClendon won the Mini Stock race, Patrick Buell the Super Minis, while

the Outlaw feature had winners in 3 sub divisions, Amateur, Veteran, and Open.

McClendon, Richie Gray and Doug Kadcovich were the victors.

 

The track will open its regular season on March 25th with Pro Trucks, Sportsmen

and Bombers in a special $5 grandstand admission event.

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