14 racers were on hand for another night of racing stock cars on the Twister, including a couple of first time racers, and the return of your current womp womp track record holder Tristan Hyde.
Racing got underway in the amateur class, and Chris Alden jumped out to the early lead. Keith Bare, and Jim Nelson tried to keep it close early, but Chris was on a mission to make it two wins in a row. Talking with Keith a little, he is determined to keep his car at the front,and came home with a podium in this one. Jim was down many laps going into the final 2 segments, but clawed his way up to second, finishing 1 lap off the lead.
7 experts hit the track and Aaron Roed was TQ at a 4.50. Lee Gilbert would jump out to the early lead, Dale Olive in the # 1 car was second, followed by Aaron in third. Aaron would grab the lead after 2 segments, and not look back. Lee had some mechanical issues that took him out of contention for the win. Dale finished 2nd, and Clemans was 3rd. The expert class is super competitive, with just about everyone having a good shot at a win on any given night.
Chris Alden will go for the trifecta this Friday night in the amateur class, looking to make it 3 in a row. Can Keith pick up that elusive first win? Will Fred Klinger make it to 3 races in a row? See ya Friday!