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Thursday Night August 2nd Race Results from Myrtle Beach Speedway

Saturday August 4, 2012

 

It was a night of thunder and lightning at Myrtle Beach Speedway Thursday night. With the skies showing lightning and hearing thunder in the distance drivers were anxious to get the race started and underway it what looked like an iffy night at the speedway. Only a few drops of rain were all that the fell during the Whelen All-American Series race and green flag was only pulled in for cautions caused by spins.

The 100 lap late model race was a barn burner among twenty-five cars who took the green flag. Sam Yarbrough who had, previously, won a guaranteed starting spot in Myrtle Beach 400 was on the point at the start. Jake Engle was in the hunt along with Jeremy McDowell, Jamey Lee, and Michael Faulk. On lap 23 Engle was out after a hard crash in turn four and his race was over. McDowell fought for the lead and was in first place on laps seven. He led until lap forty and Yarbrough made the pass back to the front, he continued there until the checkered flag. The battle for fourth thru fifth was hard fought among second place man Anthony Anders, Michael Faulk, Jeremy McDowell and Randy Porter.

In the battle for the points title at the speedway Yarbrough is now tied with Anthony Anders for first and Justin Milliken is now third. Milliken involved in the crash of Jake Engle brought is car home eighth trying salvage as many points a possible.
Yarbrough driving for Chad McCumbee was all praise for the crew and owner of what appears to be the best handling car on the track. The number 20 car has been riding on rails and experiencing very little tire wear over the distance. From the center of the corner out on both ends of ends of the speedway the car is incredible. Yarbrough has now posted his third win of the year. People are already saying this will be the car to beat in post season big Myrtle Beach 400. The track has been drawing large fields of late models for each of the races run so far this year and the competition has been keen and tight.

Lucas Williams scored his fifth victory of the year in Chargers and out ran Kevin Barnhill and Ed Ray. In the Mini-Stocks the “Old Man” of the division Dub Fulford won followed by his son Adam Fulford and points leader Michael McKinnon.

Next Race: August 18th with Supper Trucks, Mini-Stocks, chargers and the Whelen All-American Late Models have been added to the nights racing card for 40 laps. Race time 7:30 PM.

Late Model Finishing Order:

1. Sam Yarbrough
2. Anthony anders
3. Michael Faulk
4. Jeremy McDowell
5. Randy porter
6. Stuart Ricks
7. Alex Yontz
8. Justin Milliken
9. Brent Brinson
10. Randall Roberts
11. Jamie Weatherford
12. Greg Marlowe
13. Robby June
14. Matt Cox
15. Brian Vause
16. Edward Jordan
17. J.J. June
18. Gre Welborn
19. Adam Jackson
20. Sam Scarpelli, Jr
21. Scott Buff
22. Chris throckmorton
23. Enrique Conteras
24. Jason Calhoun
25. Jamie Lee

Chargers
1. Lucas Williams
2. Kevin Barnhill
3. Ed Ray
4. Mark Hale
5. Joe Armaakovitch
6. Eric Joyner
7. Brian Noblin
8. Dan Bryant

Mini-Stock
1. Dub Fulford
2. Adam Fulford
3. Micael McKinnon
4. Steve Jones
5. Ken Candiotti
6. David Ward
7. Gary Fulford
8. Randy Hewett
9. Craig Schiel
10. Eric McKinnon

Points at end of Race – 12 August 2nd, 2012

Late Model

1. Sam Yarbrough 377 3 wins
2. Anthony Anders 377 1 win
3. Justin Milliken 361 3 wins
2. Sam Yarbrough 332 2 wins
3. Jeremy McDowell 317 3 wins
4. Jamey Lee 300
5. Randall Roberts 234
6. Stuart Ricks 220
7. Jake Engle 192
8. Brian Vause 174
9. Matt Cox 172
10. Rick Smith 124
11. Sam Scarpelli Jr. 110
12. Clay Thomas 105 1 win
13. Jamie Weatherford 86
14. Spencer Euler 82
15. Chris Throckmorton 62
16. Brent Brinson 60
17. Dale Wright 56
18. Greg Welborn 56
19. R.J. West 54
20. Jason White 52
21. Kevin Parsons 52
22. Davey Hatchell 52
23. Lucas Williams 50
24. Lance West 44
25. Robbie Mew 44
26. Strom Altman 40
27. Michael Faulk 38
28. Ronnie Daniels 38
29. Edward Jordan 38
30. Davey Hatchell 34
31. Randy Porter 32
32. Tyler Brown 30
33. Jason Calhoun 30
34. Alex Yontz 28
35. Talon Gallimore 28
36. Rafael Vollina 26
37. Sammy Jasper 26
38. Lance West 24
39. Tyler Howell 24
40. Hunter Bledsoe 22
41. Enrique Conteras 22
42. Greg Marlowe 18
43. Bobby June 16
44. Caleb Harrelson 16
45. Jeremy Burns 14
46. Tony Pasquarello 14
47. Michael McKinnon 12
48. Eddy Cox 10
49. Eric Joyner 10
50. Remington Prince 8
51. Brandon Fox 8
52. J.J. June 8
53. Tyler Church 6
54. Strom Altman, Jr. 6
55. Kevin Barnhill 6
56. Ali Jackson 4
57. Mark Hale 4
58. Adam Jackson 4
59. Sam Scarpelli III 2
60. Chris Burns 2
61. Kevin Fox 2
62. Scott Buff 2

Mini-Stock

1. Michael McKinnon 904 4 wins
2. Adam Fulford 143 2 wins
3. Willie Fulford 109
4. Eric McKinnon 88
5. Kevin Jackson 85 3 wins
6. Dub Fulford 83 1 win
7. Randy Hewett 62
8. Gary Fulford 60
9. A.J. Sanders 51 1 win
10. David Ward 44
11. Emory Herring 24
12. Jason Tutterow 24
13. Brian Bryant 22
14. Bailey Miles 20
15. Craig Schiel 18
16. Michael Tucker 16
17. Steve Jones 16
18. Ken Candiotti 12
19. Andrew Durham 10
20. Andrew Sanders 10
21. Randy Freeze 10
22. Tom Hutson 8
23. Greg Brew 8
24. Canon Ward 6

Chargers

1. Mark Hale 170 4 wins
2. Lucas Williams 139 5 wins
3. Kevin Barnhill 130 3 wins
4. Eric Joyner 90
5. Joe Armakovitch 88
6. Ed Ray 54
7. Scott Buff 48
8. Bryant Barnhill 48
9. Brain Noblin 46
10. Cameron Harrington 28
11. Kevin Ellis 26
12. Wade Skipper 25 1 win
13. Bobby June 24
14. Cameron Harington 22
15. Dan Bryant 18
16. Josh Armakovitch 10
17. Steve Jones 8
18. Willie Grainger 8
19. Kevin Lowery 2

Coastal Super Trucks

1. Jamie Weatherford 61 1 win
2. Clay Thomas 59 1 win
3. Hal Goodson 40
4. Kevin Parsons 36
5. Terry Moore 34
6. Hayes Goodson 28
7. Wade skipper 26
8. Rick Smith 24
9. Joey Shuryan 22
10. Matt Cox 20
11. Jimmy Herrington 18
12. Jake VunCannon 10
13. Neal Grant 4
14. Chad Shoaf 2

Points are unofficial pending confirmation!

Unofficial

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