Outlaws Points Race Is Close Going Into 50 Lapper Next. $2500 to Win!

Pos Driver Wins Top 5 Top 10 Features Points Gap 1 Bubba Winslow 0 4 4 5 223   2 Bill Tutchtone II 1 3 5 5 220 -3 3 Conner Sutton 0 3 5 5 214 -9 4 Todd Jones 0 3 4 5 198 -25 5 Jake Finch 1 1 4 5 186 -37 6 Kevin Chase 1 1 3 5 175 -48 7 Doug Thorpe Jr 0 1 5 5 175 -48 8 John Heil 2 3 3 3 156 -67 9 Jody Henderson 0 1 2 5 155 -68 10 Brandon Shiflett 0 0 1 5 143 -80 11 Chris Cotto 0 1 1 4 113 -110 12 Jason Welch 0 1 1 3 110 -113 13 Jay Jay Day 0 0 2 4 99 -124 14 Jeremy Pate 0 1 2 2 88 -135 15 Gary Goodwin 0 0 1 3 88 -135 16 Stuart Dutton 0 1 2 2 80 -143 17 Chase Oliver 0 0 2 2 78 -145 18 Kraig Hall 0 0 1 2 54 -169 19 Joe Bethea Jr 0 1 1 1 47 -176 20 Maddison Bragg 0 0 0 2 42 -181 21 Cameron Henderson 0 0 1 1 40 -183 22 Jason Furrow 0 0 0 1 31 -192 23 Rocky Boyd Sr 0 0 0 1 30 -193 24 Corbitt Moseley 0 0 0 1 28 -195 25 Spencer Bragg 0 0 0 1 24 -199 26 Kody Brusso         5 -218 27 Derrick Griffin 0 0 0 1 0 -223 28 Joshua Hicks         0 -223

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Pollard wins Blizzard 75; Finch wins Outlaw 35; Goff in Pure Stocks

  Bubba Gets Paid! Pollard Wins Summer Sizzler 75, Cashes in on $15K Prize Friday at 5 Flags    By Chuck Corder  Once again, Bubba Pollard rendered his rivals helpless Friday night at Five Flags Speedway.  A familiar theme resurfaced at the Summer Sizzler 75, the third of four Deep South Crane Rentals Blizzard Series races for the Super Late Models this season. Pollard bided his time patiently, running in the top three for most of the feature until he decided it was time to lurch toward clean air.  Pollard passed then-leader Kaden Honeycutt on Lap 62 in Turn 3 and was into the wind before you could say “Redneck Jesus,” a nickname Pollard was given a few years ago. It was his all-time-leading 22nd Blizzard Series victory and earned him a whopping $15,000 in prize winnings.  “Wins like these are hard to come by,” said Pollard, who also captured last year’s inaugural Summer Sizzler 75. [...]

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Honeycutt wins Heat 1 and gets pole in Blizzard 3

Heat 1 1  Kaden Honeycutt 2 2 WIllie Allen 26 3 John DeAngelis 7 4  Hudson Halder 9 6 Kyle McCallum 4 7 Bob Lyon. 8 Lance Elliott   Heat 2 1 Kyle Plott 4 2 Connor Okrzesik 14 3 Casey Roderick 25 4 Boris jurkvic 53 5 Jett Noland 81 6 Jake Garcia  35 7 Michael House 1   Heat 3 1  Hunter Robbins 18 2 Bubba Pollard 26 3 Stephen Nasse 51 4 Daniel Dye 43 5 Jeremy Pate 21 6 Chris Davidson 14 7 Kyle Bryant  79  

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Line Up for 3 Heats in Blizzard #3 Tonite at 8m

Heat #1 1  Willie Allen                     2  Kaden Honeycutt 3  Hudson Halder             4  Bob Lyon 5  John DeAngelis             6  Logan Bearden 7   Lance Elliott                  8  Kyle McCallum   Heat # 2 1  Connor Okrzesik               2  Kyle Plott                         3  Boris Jurkovic                  4  Casey Roderick 5  Jett Noland                       6 Michael House 7  Jake Garcia   Heat 3 1  Hunter Robbins              2  Bubba Pollard 3  Daniel Dye                       4  Stephen Nasse 5  Kyle Bryant                      6  Chris Davidson 7  Jeremy Pate

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Wyoming Driver Entered, Honeycutt Hops over to Wilson, Good Weather & field expected.

Here’s an update on Friday’s Blizzard 75 action. A field of over 20 cars expected, meaning at least three 10 lap heat races to start the nite at 8pm. Here is who was at Thursday practice: Allen Bearden Boyett Bryant Davidson DeAngelis Dye Elliott Garcia Halder Honeycutt House Jurkovic Lyon Nasse Noland Okrzesik Pate Plott Pollard Robbins Roderick New Driver and car:  Lance Elliott of Laramie Wyoming in car 42 Veteran Driver in his car:  Logan Boyett of Pensacola back in the familiar 11 SLM Texan Kaden Honeycutt usually in the #10, buckles in the #2 of Donnie Wilson Here is the schedule:  

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Robbins Rekindles Love for SLMs Thanks to Family, Looks for Win in Summer Sizzler 75

Robbins Rekindles Love for SLMs Thanks to Family, Looks for Win in Summer Sizzler 75 at 5 Flags on Friday    By Chuck Corder  Adulthood hits a peak when you start a family.  Your perspective changes. Your demeanor, too. The little things that once gnawed at you suddenly aren’t as bothersome as they once were. What matters most are your better halves and children, both of whom shower you with unconditional levels of love and support.  At 28, Hunter Robbins appreciates life’s current blessings. A past Snowflake 100 champion and former race engineer at Kyle Busch Motorsports, Robbins married 2010 Snowball Derby champion Johanna Robbins (formerly Long) in 2015. The seemingly always photogenic couple have plenty of reasons to smile thanks to three-year-old daughter Rory’s infectious and abundant joy.  “I’m having fun again,” Robbins admitted. “It definitely seems that less things bother me. Some people have a bad weekend at the track, and it carries [...]

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