Powered by Lincoln Tech. After the fans enjoyed rides in the buses at intermission, the track’s biggest racing vehicles went to battle thrilling those same spectators through the intersection. Late Model division rookie Mason Hadley would hold off the charge of Stock wins leader Larry Hahn for the victory. “Mr. Money” Brad Brooks was third over Ford class point leader Josh Fults and 2019 Hall of Fame inductee Rodney Sizemore. The Brown’s Oil Service Late Models tackled the Figure 8 for 75-laps of action. The lead came in stages. Rookie James Edsall fronted the initial portion before series sophomore Quentin White went past. 2016 World Figure 8 Champion Austin Tunny muscled by in the waning laps to claim his second victory of the season. Quentin was second over Mike Riddle Jr, Edsall, and Chad Sizemore. The night was an emotional one in the INEX Legends presented by Last Chance Wrecker and A&M Customs. Division mainstay and great, great guy Marty Griffin had passed away during the week. A pre-race gathering of family, racers, and friends paid tribute as well as his sons piloting his cars paced the field. The 30-lap race was a test of attrition for the 19-car roster. Coming out on top was Alan Edsall for the second time this year. Tim Logue took second followed by, Mike Thurman, Zach Gremore, and Devin Logue. The Last Chance Wrecker Factory Front Wheel Drives entered this June-July championship finale with Ricky Johnson only having to start to claim his first career title. And he did. The 30-lap foray saw all-time wins leader Robert Eversole add yet another victory besting an all former champions top five of Jon Elkins Jr, Andrew Brown, Nigel Peters, and Brandon Harding. The Sherley Unlimited Snow Company Stocks we’re back after a few weeks off for the CRA 200. The race had a wild wreck a couple laps into the feature between points toppers Lee Schwartz and Kenny McDonough collecting Robert Fox Jr. Larry Hahn emerged from that stoppage to march to his league leading 4th victory of the season. Rodney Sizemore was second in his first Stock start in nearly a decade over Schwartz, Jordan Hahn, and Kody Rackley.
August 3 Saturday Highway Safety Night at the Races, Late Model Phyllis Tunny Memorial 75-Lap Figure 8, Stocks, Factory FWD, Legends Regional Qualifier, Big Wheel Races for 5 & Under August 9 Friday HARF Night, Factory FWD, Ford Oval & Figure 8, Junior Faskarts, Adult Faskarts, Kenyon Midgets August 10 Saturday Late Model Oval & 50-Lap Figure 8, Thundercar Toby Eads Memorial 40, Factory FWD, Legends, Powder Puff Factory FWD Challenge August 17 Saturday Late Model Heats & 50-Lap Figure 8, Advance Auto Sales Stock 100, Factory FWD, Adult Faskarts August 23 Friday Factory FWD, Ford Oval & Figure 8, Junior Faskarts, Adult Faskarts, Late Model Figure 8 Practice August 24 Saturday Shelbyville Auto Parts Night at the Races, Hall of Fame Induction Ceremony, Late Model Championship Sonny Thompson Memorial 100-Lap Figure 8, Stocks, Thundercars, Factory FWD August 31 Saturday Carvana Night at the Races, HARF Night, Factory FWD All Star 200, Junior Faskarts, Adult Faskarts, Legends, Kenyon Midgets September 5 Thursday World Figure 8 Practice, Ford Oval & Figure 8, FWD Figure 8 Challenge September 6 Friday World Figure 8 Qualifying Races, Ford Oval & Figure 8, FWD Figure 8 Challenge September 7 Saturday Shelby Materials World Figure 8 Championship 3-Hour Endurance Race