ASCS Sprints invade Speedy Creek Raceway

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Hunter tops three Hobby Stock races

The Speedy Creek Racing Association's fourth and likely most anticipated race day of the season is in the books after the ASCS CanWest 360 Sprints invaded the Speedy Creek Raceway on Saturday evening.

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The Speedy Creek Racing Association's fourth and likely most anticipated race day of the season is in the books after the ASCS CanWest 360 Sprints invaded the Speedy Creek Raceway on Saturday evening.

A large crowd was on hand to witness the blazing speed of the 750-plus horsepower Sprints that did not fail to entertain the crowd.

The #6M car of Sean Moran was a double winner taking heat 1A and the Cash Dash, while #75 Jesse Dakus topped heat 1B. Kelly Millar eventually emerged victorious in the feature race.

In Hobby Stock action #23 Troy Hunter won all three of his races including the feature race to earn 50 points and climb the standings from fifth to third-place with 157 points. Hunter, who also won the feature on May 23rd, now has four race wins this season in his 1981 Monte Carlo and is within six points of #96 Dave Koethler for the overall lead in the Hobby Stock standings.

#2 Earl Coward won his second heat race of the season as he topped heat 1A for the second straight race day.

#22 Clay Nelson, with his first ever race win, claimed heat 2A and now sits seventh with 127 points on the season.

In Street Stock action #T2 Terry Davidson was the only multiple race winner with wins in heat 2A and the feature race. Davidson raced his 1987 Monte Carlo SS to his first two wins of the campaign as he moved from 10th to eighth in the standings with 48 points on the day.

#41 Dave Wall captured his second heat of the season, #20 Colin Johnston placed first in heat 1B for his third race win of the season, and #46 Jason Duclos stayed near the top of the standings with a win in heat 2B, his third heat win this season.

With 36 points on the day Duclos fell to second in the Street Stock standings with 156 points as his seven-point lead over #0 Brad Leverson turned into a two-point deficit.

Next action for the SCRA will be July 18th at 7 p.m. when the IMCA Modifieds return to the Speedy Creek Raceway and will be joined by the Mini, Street, and Hobby Stock cars.

Organizations: Speedy Creek Racing Association

Geographic location: Swift Current, Monte Carlo

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