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It was the penultimate regular season Friday August 9th at the Tom Wood Group Indianapolis Speedrome Powered by Lincoln Tech. There was a whitewash in the EnergyPros.com Fords as teenager Quentin White took checkered flags in his heat and both features. He was chased to the line in the Oval main by Tyler Conley, Andrew Brown, Zach Detches, and fellow heat winner James Mikesell. White’s closest Figure 8 feature pursuers were Matt Witty, Conley, Mikesell, and Garrett Delk.

The Circle City Pyrotechnics Junior Faskart night of events started with heats. Winners of those tests were Jayden Stewart, Addyson Murphy, and Dale Armour. The first 20-lap feature saw series veteran John Hargraves Jr take his second victory of 2019 besting Noah Perkinson, Nathan Brown, Larry Lynch Jr, and Tyler Morefield. The second main event had rookie Hannah Poynter earn her first career win over Cameron Frentress, Brendon Brown, Dylan Ridener, and Lynden Rogers.

The Last Chance Wrecker Factory Front Wheel Drive division has seen a wave of returning veterans vying to blanket the field. Friday began with preliminaries taken by former champs Jon Elkins Jr and Nigel Peters. Peters was tops in the feature after passing Tylar Brown in the late laps. Rounding out the top five finishers were Elijah Brothers, Scott Stewart Jr, and Jess Holliday.

The Reef Aquarium Shop Adult Faskarts had an interesting evening on and off the race track. First was a relatively quiet heat race taken by former champ Cody Kennedy. After some good racing in the 25-lap main, the final running order would be determined after a few folks found disappointment in post event tech. Point leader Dayton Shouse would claim his second career victory followed by Skylar Shouse, Dave Drinkard, Scott Stewart Sr, and Quentin White.

The USSA Mel Kenyon Midget Series was back for another visit on their tour of Indiana tracks. Preliminary contests were taken by Indianapolis area racers Dameron Taylor and Nick Hamilton. The 50-lap feature saw Logan Huggler smoothly hold off the challenge from Taylor and point leader Tommy Kouns. Colin Grissom was fourth and Kameron Gladish fifth.

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