Craig wins in 11th hour pass in Pro Late 100; Fowler Wins Sportsmen; Burkett Takes Pure Stock 20

 

Matt Craig showed  his  CARS champion experience at the end of the Allen Turner Pro Late 100 eeking out a win from Connor Okrzesik. Okrzesik, from Grand Bay Alabama, the fastest qualifier and leader with 10 to go saw that lead whiz by with the  pass by Craig on the lap 97 restart.

Another Albama driver drew some fan attention as well.  John Bolen from Jasper started 19th, and worked his way through traffic to a 4th place finish.  Charlie Keevan who started 14th, took 3rd.

Defending champion Chris Davidson  was in 3rd spot, but finished 9th after making contact with another car that brought out the lap 97 caution.

Here is the official order of finish:

1 3 Matt Craig Kannapolis, NC #54
2 1 Connor Okrzesik Mobile, AL #14CO
3 14 Charlie Keeven Hazelwood, MO #55
4 19 John Bolen Jasper, AL #2
5 10 Jett Noland GROVELAND, FL #81
6 18 Christopher Tullis Dacula, GA #12T
7 2 Justin Bonnett Hueytown, AL #12
8 13 Colin Allman Plant City, FL #67
9 5 Chris Davidson Pearland, TX #14
10 12 Hunter Wright Lebanon, TN #29
11 4 Dylan Fetcho Lebanon, TN #89
12 8 Bryson Shaffer Jackson, TN #12S
13 17 Colt Hensley Avon Park, FL #77
14 23 Steven Chunn Spring Hill, TN #84
15 22 Zach Johnson Mt. Juliet, TN #116
16 21 Jolynn Wilkinson Bessemer, AL #11
17 20 Elliott Massey Lucedale, MS #4M
18 15 Hudson Halder Cumming, GA #9
19 16 Steven Davis Theodore, AL #22
20 6 Kyle Plott Marietta, GA #4
21 11 Stacey Crain Brentwood, TN #11C
22 24 Adam Nelson Vancleave, MS #00
23 9 Jake Garcia Monroe, GA #35
24 7 Jordan McCallum Lizella, GA #11M

 

Fowler wins 3rd Sportsmen Feature 

Official Dock on Pensacola Beach 25 lap Order of Finish:

1 5 Brannon Fowler Molino, FL #00
2 2 James Patrick Mobile, AL #11
3 3 Jim Pokrant Milton, FL #07
4 4 Daryl McDonald III Theodore, AL #19
5 6 Maddox Langham Mobile, AL #1
6 1 Tommie Blocker Irvington, AL #55
7 9 Paul Mathis Pensacola, FL #13
8 7 Brock Genz Pensacola, FL #5
9 8 Billy Hoover Pensacola, FL #99

Pure Stock Goes to Burkett

It has been as year since Caleb Burkett won a race, and he did it in a a big way Friday.

He out ran the field to capture a victory  in the Lloyd’s Glass Pure Stocks. 3 time winner Cameron Leytham watched the race from the pits after his engine blew.     

Here is the official finish of  the Lloyd’s Glass Pure Stocks:

1 4 Caleb Burkett Pensacola, FL #24
2 3 Robert Loper Theodore, AL #8
3 5 Parker McDonald , AL #29
4 9 John Kevin Merritt Pensacola, FL #22
5 2 Ira Roberts Milton, FL #33
6 8 Austin McDuffie Mobile, AL #4
7 7 Ryan Bleich Sr Pensacola, FL #13
8 6 Jerry Goff Jr Lucedale, MS #10
9 1 Cameron Leytham Mobile, AL #8L