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Results> 2005 Results Archive > May 28, 2005

Williams Claims First Win After 40 Starts In The Nascar Autozone Elite Division Southeast Series

After a Top 6 invert, NASCAR's Elite Division Southeast Series started for 150 laps with Charlie Bradberry (#78 Chelsea, AL) on the pole.  Greg Pope (#63 Monroe, NC) led the first circuit as Dusty Williams (#40 Garden City, GA) who captured his first pole on time, but started sixth, went on the early charge advancing to third by lap 15.  Justin Diercks (#2 Davenport, Iowa) bumped his way past Pope to lead on lap 17, while Williams worked his way into the runner-up position.  Williams only needed 20 more laps to capture Pope and the lead. 

Caution first came out on lap 7 for a car on fire and the yellow flew again on lap 51 for a single car spin.  Lap traffic brought about another incident on lap 65, when Don Young (#27) held up cars in the Top 5 causing Walter Sutcliffe (#70) to spin.  Williams pulled to a healthy lead by halfway, as championship contender Jeff Fultz (#54 Mooresville, NC) raced into the Top 5 from midpack.  Fultz motored to fourth on lap 90, while Jason Hogan (#92 Cleveland, GA) and J.R. Norris (#5 Mulga, AL) tracked down Williams. 

ith two restarts on lap 111 and 122 for short cautions, Williams bolted away from the battle for second.  Norris and Fultz pressured Hogan for the runner-up spot, but caution on lap 131 slowed the battle.  Eddie Stievers (#66 Columbia, SC) had his hand in those three caution periods.  With 15 to go, Fultz drove to the bottom for third under Norris, while Williams skated away.  Fultz powered and rubbed his way to second, as Williams looked sure for victory as the laps wound down; however, caution on lap 148, as Justin Wakefield (#98 Woodstock, GA) smoked up the track for a two lap showdown.  Williams again surged on the restart for his first series win, picking up his first win in 40 starts, driving car #40.  Fultz followed, with Norris, Hogan, and Diercks in tow.



Dickerson Takes First Barkhouser Late Model Win

In the nightcap, Jason Dickerson (#19 Ruckersville, VA) started on the point and outpaced the field for his first Barkhouser Late Model victory.  On the initial start, several cars sustained damage in a chain reaction crumpling, but Dickerson scooted away with no caution and worked to a half straightaway advantage before Owen Miller (#2 Emporia, VA) blew an engine for the first caution.  NASCAR Division I point leader Peyton Sellers (#26 Danville, VA) tangled with hotshoe rookie Jonathan Cash (#7 Oxford, NC) battling in the Top 5 for the second caution. 

Lap traffic became a factor for the Top 10, as diversity driver Teri Williams (#02 Emporia, VA) washed up the track in turn three, collecting Top 5 point contender Scott Worley (#88 Long Island, VA) on lap 65.  After a red flag period for clean-up, Dickerson again launched to a expanding lead over Wayne Ramsey (#51 Amherst, VA) and championship point contender Drew Herring (#3 Benson, NC).  Herring slipped under Ramsey on lap 95, but Ramsey slammed the door.  Herring took several laps to regroup before challenging for the runner-up spot with five laps to go.  Herring rubbed, sliding under Ramsey, but was unable to make the pass. 

Dickerson took his first victory in commanding fashion, followed by Ramsey, Herring, Justin Johnson (#81 Roxboro, NC), and Brandon Butler (#29 Petersburg, VA).

Late Model
1 51 Wayne  Ramsey
2 3 Drew Herring
3 81 Justin Johnson
4 29 Brandon Butler
5 00 David Triplett
6 74 Ronald Hill
7 83 Ryan Rhodes
8 26 Peyton  Sellers
9 25 Terry  King
10 14 Rodney Cook
11 88 Scott Worley
12 92 Eddie Johnson
13 07 Richard Storm
14 7 Jonathan Cash
15 91 David Quackenbush
16 02 Terri Williams
17 2 Owen Miller
18 90 Ryan Gray
19 28 David Matias
20 13 Stephanie Brooks
21 19 Jason Dickerson-DQ

Bailey Takes Victory In Limited Sportsman Action

Bruce Anderson (#9-South Boston, VA) captured his first pole of the season for the Limited Sportsman Division; however, Jonathan Bailey (#89 Keysville, VA) put his Bailey's Chevrolet out front on lap two.  Pacing the field for the remainder of the race, Bailey held off charges from Anderson.  After cautions on lap 11 for a spin by Danny Willis Jr. (#23 Cluster Springs, VA)) and on lap 14 for Bill Moshenek (#27 Providence, NC), Anderson would experience engine trouble with only four laps remaining, while Justin Snow (#7 Danville, VA) took advantage to finish second.  Tommy Peregoy (#2 Red Oak, VA) raced from the seventh starting spot for third, followed by Brian Cole (#10 Roxboro, NC) and Brian Pembleton (00 Amelia, VA).  Bailey maintains his point lead in search of his second NASCAR Limited Sportsman Championship.

Falk Takes Legends Victory

In a caution riddled, 25 lap event, C.E. Falk held off a hard, late lap charge by Cameron Patrick to take the Legends Series victory on Saturday Night.  Kevin Yeatts finished third on the track.

Limited Sportsman
1 89 Jonathan Bailey
2 7 Justin Snow
3 2 Tommy  Peregory
4 10 Brian  Cole
5 00 Brian  Pembleton
6 33 Andrew Perry
7 05 Billy Myers
8 64 Charles  Barnes
9 80 Kenny Bowes
10 27 Bill  Moshenek
11 30 Timmy Hogan
12 9 Bruce Anderson
13 11 Jason Dickerson
14 23 Danny Willis Jr
15 51 Jason Pittman


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