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Results > 2009 Results Archive > June 3, 2009

Ramsey Sweeps South Boston Speedway Twinbill

SOUTH BOSTON, VA. -Wayne Ramsey started the 2009 season searching for a ride and sponsorship to compete in the NASCAR Whelen All-American Series Late Model Stock Car Division.

Earlier this season, driving the Ford owned by Robert and Charlie Long, Ramsey found himself back in Victory Lane at South Boston Speedway.

Ramsey returned to South Boston Speedway for Saturday night's Whelen Twin 75's NASCAR Late Model Stock Car Division and scored again not once – but twice.

Driving a Ford owned by Taylor Brothers Motorsports, Ramsey swept both of Saturday night's twin 75-lap NASCAR Late Model Stock Car Division races, giving him three wins at the .4-mile oval this season.

Ramsey drove under Nick Smith of Hampton, Va. on the 60th lap and led the rest of the way, edging Smith by .951 second to score his second win here this season.

Deac McCaskill of Raleigh, N.C. finished third with Woody Howard of Chesapeake, Va., and David Quackenbush of Lorton, Va. rounding out the top five finishers.

Josh Oakley of Rougemont, N.C., Michael Hardin of Pomfret Md., Kenny Forbes of Bullock, Va., Eddie Johnson of Midlothian, Va. and Bugs Hairfield of Chesterfield, Va. rounded out the top ten finishers.

Ramsey started fourth in the second 75-lap race but needed only a single lap to dart past Howard, the pole starter, to take the lead. The Amherst, Va. resident led the rest of the race, fending off Howard in a 13-lap green-flag sprint to the finish that followed the race's final caution period.

Ramsey's margin of victory over Howard was 2.104 seconds.

Justin Johnson of Durham, N.C. who entered the night's action as the division points leader, finished third, rebounding from a 17th-place finish in the first race that resulted from a broken wheel hub.

Oakley finished fourth and Johnson finished fifth. Lee Pulliam of Semora, N.C., Quackenbush, McCaskill, Hardin and Hairfield completed the top ten finishers.

Ramsey averaged 71.792 mph in winning the first race and averaged 66.336 mph in winning the second race.

Late Model Race 1
1 51 Wayne Ramsey
2 88 Nick Smith
3 08 Deac McCaskill
4 55 Woody  Howard
5 91 David Quackenbush
6 8 Josh Oakley
7 77 Michael Hardin
8 03 Kenny Forbes
9 57 Eddie Johnson
10 04 Bugs Hairfiled
11 89 Jonathan Bailey
12 9 Bruce Anderson
13 22 Laura Hayes
14 3 Lee Pulliam
15 71 Wayne Roach
16 52 Julia Dawson
17 44 Justin Johnson
18 09 JB Powell
Late Model Race 2
1 51 Wayne  Ramsey
2 55 Woody Howard
3 44 Justin Johnson
4 8 Josh Oakley
5 57 Eddie Johnson
6 3 Lee Pulliam
7 91 David Quackenbush
8 08 Deac McCaskill
9 77 Michael Hardin
10 04 Bugs Hairfiled
11 71 Wayne Roach
12 88 Nick Smith
13 22 Laura Hayes
14 89 Jonathan Bailey
15 9 Bruce Anderson
16 52 Julia Dawson
17 03 Kenny Forbes
18 09 JB Powell




Gdovic Scores In Limited Sportsman Division

Brandon Gdovic of Yorktown, Va. took the lead from Tommy Peregoy of Red Oak, Va. on the 32nd lap and held on the rest of the way to win the 50-lap Limited Sportsman Division race.

Gdovic edged Peregoy by 1.038 second in scoring his first career South Boston Speedway win.

Justin Snow of Danville, Va. rallied from his sixth starting spot to finish third with Danny Willis, Jr. of Cluster Springs, Va. and pole winner Jeb Burton of Halifax, Va. rounding out the top five finishers.

The race saw two lead changes among three drivers with Burton leading the first four laps before Peregoy worked his way into the lead. Burton and Peregoy waged a tough fight for the lead before Burton spun on lap 23 and brought out the race's second caution period.

That left Gdovic to challenge Peregoy for the lead. Gdovic worked his way past Peregoy on the 32nd lap and held on the rest of the way to secure the win.  Gdovic averaged 62.676 mph in winning the race.

Limited Sportsman
1 46 Brandon Gdovic
2 2 Tommy Peregoy
3 7 Justin Snow
4 23 Danny Willis, Jr
5 27 Jeb Burton
6 00 Brian Pembelton
7 78 Greg Dejarnette
8 03 George Spencer
9 07 Richard Storm
10 12 Austin Thaxton
11 39 Mike Jones



Milam Takes Pure Stock Win

Jarrett Milam of Ringgold, Va. took the lead from Chris Crosby of Raleigh, N.C. with eight laps to go and sped to victory in the 30-lap race for the Budweiser Pure Stock Division.

Randy Hupp of Halifax, Va. got past Crosby in the final five laps to grab second place and finished 1.799 second behind Milam at the finish. Crosby finished third with his brother, Courtney Crosby of Scottsburg, Va., finishing fourth after having started on the pole and leading the first 13 laps of the race. Jack Milam of Ringgold, Va. completed the top five finishers.

Budweiser Pure Stock
1 50 Jarrett Milam
2 12 Randy Hupp
3 9 Chris Crosby
4 92 Courtney Crosby
5 58 Jack Milam
6 93 Mickey Cassidy
7 29 Justin Tucker
8 17 Joe Allred, III
9 84 Quain Moore
10 75 Daniel Crews
11 61 Jimmy Wade
12 11 Amber Glass
13 3 Nathan Crews
14 91 Chuck Watkins
15 81 Dean Moore
16 88 Josh Barnes



Seay Wins Southern Vintage Modified Race

Ricky Seay of Bassett, Va. shot past race leader Donnie Lacks of Goode, Va. on the race's final restart on the 22nd lap and held off Lacks over the final three laps to win the 25-lap race for the Southern Vintage Modified Division.  Darryl Lacks of Goode, Va., Corey Agee of Ridgeway, Va. and Bill Lacks of Goode, Va. rounded out the top five finishers.

Southern Vintage Modifieds
1 00 Ricky Seay
2 79 Donnie Lacks
3 64 Darryl Lacks
4 83 Corey Agee
5 24 Bill Lacks
6 33 Bob Randall
7 21VA Scott Stinnett
8 21JR Phil Barkins
9 74 Ricky Matherly




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