Pro Series Back for Fall!


While other racing series are winding down their seasons, the Skeeber Flobs Kettle Corn Pro Serie will be coming to life with a new schedule and fun events planned for the fall season.


The schedule will be a throwback to the heyday of the now NASCAR Xfinity Series, featuring races at historic venues such as South Boston Speedway, Rockingham Speedway and the latest addition to the iRacing track offering: Myrtle Beach Speedway.  This historic venues will be matched with newer tracks to the series such as Iowa Speedway and Kentucky Speedway for a well balanced schedule that features the tracks of yesterday and today.


The Skeeber Flobs Kettle Corn Pro Series will use the NASCAR K&N Pro Series Chevy Impala, fixed setups and limited fuel.  The series will adopt a few additional regulations such as pit road limits (more to be decided as the series opener nears).

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“When you look back at the Xfinity Series history, you see many smaller venues that held races until as recently as the early 2000s, those are the places the Xfinity Series has outgrown but we have not forgotten” said ASRS President Jim Foose.  “Places like Myrtle Beach, IRP, South Boston and Rockingham built the then Busch Series into a national tour.  Other tracks that we have available to us that previously held those races are Gateway, Lanier, Milwaukee, Oxford Plains, and Road Atlanta.  These were all happening places for many years and my goal is to bring awareness that these tracks are historical landmarks and that they aren’t that far removed from having the big shows and I plan to do that by providing a racing series that hits these places and plays on that tradition.  Some of my favorite races growing up were the Busch and Truck Series races at tracks off the beaten path, and my very first NASCAR national touring race was at a track that only the trucks raced on in Mansfield, Ohio”.




Wednesday nights will see the Dirt Racing Series on track for the summer months before the dirt side will take a break for the fall.  “Wednesday nights are our short track night, we’ve done an okay job on these races in the past but this time around we have to promote these races a little more and get the word out about what we have to offer.  Some of the most exciting races we’ve run in the 16 year history of this league have been on the short tracks and I plan to add a few more to that list this fall” stated Foose.

Allan Young Gets Redemption, Tim Knott Gets First Win

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(THOMPSON, CT) When ASRS drivers came to Thompson Speedway, they had two more shots to close the points gap between them and points leader Justin Blackdeer before the season finale next week. Jim Foose (-31), Allan Young (-32), Tim Knott (-55) and Matt Vaade (-61) had a huge mountain to climb at the start of the twin events. Allan Young would start race 1 with a leg up on Blackdeer when he put his 24 car on the pole. Rex Hoyle qualified 2nd, Travis Wright 3rd, AJ McCall started 4th and the points leader Blackdeer rounded out the top 5. Race 1 was chock full of fireworks.

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On lap 3 Justin Blackdeer was spun off the right front fender of Tom Giannini’s 33 car. Neither car received much damage and both continued on. On the ensuing restart, Jim Foose would also be involved in an incident which would bring out another caution. That caution was followed by yet another caution involving Tim Knott. In 13 laps, four of the top 6 drivers in the points standings were involved in crashes. Knott would receive the worst damage and his 41 car would remain in the pit area for the remainder of the race. Allan Young would capitalize on the calamity and lead all but 7 laps on route to the win. The win would be redemption for last week when the 24 was leading late in the race when he was spun by Jacob Cochran. Rex Hoyle finished 2nd in race 1. Travis Wright finished 3rd, Justin Vaughn 4th and Jason Stewart finished 5th after a thrilling battle with Tom Giannini and Justin Blackdeer.

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Race 2 would be much cleaner but no less full of storylines. AJ McCall qualified on the pole for this event. Tim Knott qualified fast enough to start on the outside of the front row. Jason Stewart followed up his top 5 finish with a top 5 starting spot in race 2. Zac Coyer started 4th and Rex Hoyle rounded out the top 5.

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AJ McCall was fast, really fast, but the driver of the 32 Toyota would be penalized when he changed lanes on the race’s initial start. Tim Knott jumped out to the lead when McCall ducked down pit road to serve his penalty. Knott would not look back. The race would go caution free only seeing a few incidents that were not serious enough to warrant a race stoppage.

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The win would be Tim Knott’s first in ASRS competition, a huge break for the driver who has been in a cold spell, mired by bad luck for months. Fans and drivers alike were happy to see the driver of the 41 snap his winless streak after having many opportunities to win squandered by incidents outside of his control.

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Even with the wins by pursuing drivers, Justin Blackeer put his stamp on the 2017 ASRS Super Late Model season.  He now leads the series by 23 points over Allan Young with one race remaining. Jim Foose is in 3rd with an insurmountable point deficit of 40. Allan Young will need a miracle. Assuming the series gets more than 23 entries, a rarity this late in a season, it is still unlikely the 24 can be crowned champion. Blackdeer dominated the season and can rightfully coast to a championship when the series rolls into Five Flags Speedway for the series finale next Wednsday night. Make sure to tune in!

Atkins Takes Dover Win

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(DOVER, DE) The Sam Maxwell Customs Truck Series headed to Dover, Delaware for it’s annual visit to The Monster Mile.  With high banked turns and a concrete surface, Dover is one of two tracks that features a concrete racing surface, which presents unique challenges to drivers as they navigate each corner at high speeds.

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Forty drivers attempted to qualify for the Skeeber Flob’s Kettle Corn 100, John Kennedy, Steven Trombly, Lee Staples and Stephen Pearce would miss the 36 truck field.

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Charlotte winner Mitch Brown, driving the JF2 Racing #48, led the field to the green with JFoose Motorsports’ Michael Atkins, Jr. along side for the green flag.  Things got crazy on lap six as Kris Titus flipped wildly on the backstretch.

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The race featured another caution, before a long green flag run created the need for green flag pit stops, a tricky task that some drivers struggled with as the high speed corners and the slippery asphalt apron create an interesting pit entry point.  Michael Atkins navigated his #44 Chevrolet to the pits earlier than the field and gained an advantage by doing so, running on fresh tires as the remainder of the field struggled along on worn tires.

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When the smoke settled, Atkins emerged the leader and survived through a couple late race cautions including one that ended the race under the caution flag.  Brown was second followed by Ty Hester in third, Brad Cross fourth and last season’s championship runner-up Robby Baskins fifth.

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Jim Foose continues to lead the championship point standings, but the competition in second has changed as Jonathan Holstein has moved into second just 17 points behind.

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Next week the Sam Maxwell Customs Truck Series heads to Rockingham Speedway, before a week break to kick off June.

Atkins Takes Martinsville Sportsman

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(MARTINSVILLE, VA)  Michael Atkins, Jr. had a near perfect day at Martinsville Speedway, winning the pole and the race at the .526 Mile paperclip shaped speedway.

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24 drivers entered the Martinsville 100 and put on a great race that showcased side by side racing and close racing on a true short track that usually see’s its share of cautions.  The race was not without incident as eight cautions flew during the 100 laps.

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Four drivers shared the lead, swapping four times.  Atkins, Jr. led the most laps, but nearly lost the race to Devin Serra who had the dominate truck in the middle stage, before a restart violation and the subsequent penalty would put Serra one lap down until the final 10 laps.  Serra simply did not have enough time to come up through the field and when the final caution flew with a handful of laps remaining, his fate was sealed.

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At the checkered flag it was Michael Atkins, Jr. taking the win, even though he is not eligible for championship points.    Tim Knott was second, followed by Travis Wright, Dominic Lee and Scott Smith who rounded out the top five.

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John Kennedy continues to lead the championship, despite missing Martinsville and becoming ineligible for points in the series.  Kennedy currently holds a five point lead over Kris Titus.  Next up for the Sportsman Truck Series; Texas Motor Speedway on June 4th.

Titus Takes Eldora Crown, Cross Triple Crown Titan!

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Twitchy Race Reports
(ROSSBURG, OH) The third and final event of the Twitchy Race Reports Triple Crown event seen thirty-one drivers scheduled to compete in the nights actions. It would be two heat races that set the field for tonight’s 50 lap finale from the Eldora Speedway.   Just like the previously two events the winner would be racing for a $25 payday. Also up for grabs during this Triple Crown event was another $25 sweep bonus if any driver were to win all three events he would gain an additional $25 making him a grand total of $100 richer over the three race miniseries sponsored by Twitchy Race Reports and Jared Mogard. 
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Prior to the nights action we caught up with ASRS Owner/President Jim Foose who had the following to say on the first dirt event in the league “Dirt racing has been an awesome addition to our lineup, we’re excited to see where it goes from here but we are off to a great start. None of this would have been possible without the support of our members and Twitchy Race Reports, who stepped up to sponsor our first endeavor into dirt.”

As for the heat race action it would officially see only twenty-three of the originally scheduled thirty-one drivers make the call. This set up two heat races taking everyone into the night’s series finale feature. Heat 1 seen Alex Ciambrone grab the win with Devin Serra finishing 2nd, Zac Bozanich went from 7th to finish 3rd, Justin Kruithof went from 6th to finish 4th, and Brad Cross went from last to finish 5th. As for heat two it would see Kris Titus go from his 4th starting spot to grab the win in the final heat race, Jared Mogard finished 2nd, Andrew Cummins went from 11th to finish 3rd, Josh Walker also came from deep in the field going from 10th to finish 4th, and Casey Cupp rounded out the top 5 finishing 5th.
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With the heat race action in the book it would be time for the twenty-three car/#Run50 50 lap feature finale for what has been a great debut for the Dirt Series here in ASRS. The feature would see Alex Ciambrone and Kris Titus bring the field to green. Off the start of the race Titus would get the jump putting his #25 out front. There would be four yellow flags for twelve laps and there were zero lead changes. Kris Titus would lead all 50 laps of the feature to go on to claim his first career feature win at ASRS in the finale of the first ever dirt race. Kris Titus’s Win would deny his team driver Brad Cross the sweep bonus as Cross was unable to get it done tonight. Top 5 looked like this after the Checkers flew Kris Titus Winning, Zac Bozanich 2nd, Brad Cross 3rd, Josh Walker 4th, and Andrew Cummins 5th.

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As mentioned before Brad Cross was unable to get the sweep bonus. Which means that the $100 purse was split up as followed. Brad Cross won $75 for his two wins and for winning the point championship over the course of the three races. Lastly Kris Titus picked up $25 for the win just as advertised.

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We spoke with Jared Mogard the owner and operator of Twitchy Race Reports who had the following to say about the series and being a part of it “It was a good three race series to start the dirt stuff out for ASRS. I’m honored to be able to be a part of this deal. Jim Foose and myself discussed a lot of different format ideas leading up to this series that was going to be unique to ASRS and its’ drivers while still having the traditional “dirt track” feel to it. I think what we came up with worked very well and the driver support was just as good if not better than the other series that ASRS has been running so far in 2017. I hope there are more dirt series at ASRS which I believe is a very sure thing and hopefully going forward we can continue to be a part of whatever dirt series Jim and ASRS decide to have a part of their league.”
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As for what’s next for dirt stay tuned as in the coming weeks there very well could be an announcement regarding another dirt series here at ASRS. On behalf of ASRS, Jim, and Jared we want to thank each and every driver that helped us leading up to the Triple Crown to come up with a good format and we want to thank EVERY driver that came out and tried their luck at the Triple Crown. THANK YOU!!!!!
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2 for 1: Blackdeer Dominates, Cochran Uses Chrome Horn

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By Tom Giannini

(HAMPTON, VA) Last week when the ASRS Super Late Model Series left Lucas Oil Raceway, fans had thought Jared Mogard won the race. Post race inspections had deemed the #01 winning racecar as illegal. Mogard was later stripped of the win and the win going to second place finisher Jacob Cochran. Mogard has since appealed his two week suspension but it was upheld by the Race Team Alliance, the governing body of ASRS.

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As the smoke cleared, it was time to go racing again; this time the series played host to a double header at the Langley Speedway. Justin Blackdeer, who was a no-show last week, showed up to the track and he was determined to add to the point lead that shrunk when his 51 car failed to make the trek to Indianapolis. Blackdeer got off a strong start, putting his foot on the neck of the field early with a pole run in qualifying. Jacob Cochran qualified on the outside pole followed by Jim Foose, Tim Knott and Matt Vaade. Blackdeer would take the pole and lead every single lap of the race.

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Race 1 went caution-free the entire way until a spin with two to go ended the race prematurely. Following Blackdeer to the line was Allan Young. Matt Vaade went on the finish 3rd, Jim Foose finished 4th and Tim Knott rounded out the top 5.

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Race 2 would be where the fans got their money’s worth. Blackdeer would once again lead the field to the green, his series-leading fourth pole of the season. Allan Young qualified 2nd, Zac Coyer in this Coldbeer Racing #31 started 3rd, eventual race-winner Cochran started 4th and Jim Foose rounded out the top 5. Blackdeer would not dominate this race.

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In fact the 51 only paced the field for 9 laps. The bulk of the laps led would go to the 24 machine of Allan Young. Young who came into the event 21 points behind first place would need a good run to make up some ground.

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A good run was what he had until the closing laps when Jacob Cochran would enter turn 3 a little too hot under Young. The contact would send Young for a spin in front of the field triggering a massive race-ending pileup. When the smoke cleared and the field was frozen, it was Cochran that cleared the chaos with the lead. Following him to a second place finish was Tim Knott. Justin Blackdeer would clear the wreck to finish 3rd, Tom Giannini finished 4th and Evan Osbourne would round out the top 5.

With only two weeks left, Blackdeer has all but locked up the championship. He now leads Jim Foose by 31 points. Allan Young is 32 markers back followed by Tim Knott (-52) and Matt Vaade (-61). The series rolls into Thompson Speedway for another double-header in the series’ penultimate week. Make sure to tune in!

Mitch Brown Finally Scores First Win

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(CONCORD, NC)  Winning races int he ASRS Sam Maxwell Customs Truck Series isn’t easy, just ask Mitch Brown.  Brown has been a part of the series for the better part of a year and many close finishes, but never closed the deal.  That is until Charlotte.

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Forty-five drivers attempted to qualify for the 36 truck starting field, among those who failed to qualify: Kris Titus, Brian Chrismon, Nick Coffman, Justin Brown, Michael Cunic and Jamie Moore.  Michael Atkins, Jr. sped to the pole in the qualifying session and was joined by Tom Giannini on the front row for the start of the 100 mile race.

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Five cautions slowed the pace of the race slightly, but green flag runs mid race set up green flag pit stops for some.  A few late race cautions bunched the field as Mitch Brown had emerged the leader, even after contact with Allan Young swapped some paint between the two trucks.  Brown had to hold off several charges in the late stages but was leading when the race’s final caution flew with two laps to go, completing the race under the control of the pace car.

2017-05-16 22-03-17_0When the dust settled and the checkered flag flew it was Mitch Brown picking up his first ASRS victory, Allan Young was second followed by Pete Baskins in third, Robby Baskins fourth and Sam Maxwell rounding out the top five.

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The championship battle continues to see defending series champion Jim Foose expanding his lead to 21 points over Jason Stewart.  Next week the Sam Maxwell Customs Truck Series heads to Dover.

Cross Makes it Two for Two in Triple Crown

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Twitchy Race Reports
(Mechanicsburg, PA) Thursday night saw 35 drivers scheduled to go for a shot at the 24 car starting field for Race #2 of the TRR Triple Crown. Brad Cross looked to keep the sweep bonus in play with others looking to claim the checkers and make it a pay day to the point leader after next week’s event. Three heat races taking the top 6 to the feature kicked off the night’s festivities.  Following the heats, a B-Main taking the top 6 finishers to the feature set the 24 car starting grid.
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Heat 1 saw Alex Ciambrone take the Win from the pole. Dan Matthews was 2nd, Brad Cross came from 6th to finish 3rd, Brandon Boyd came from 8th to finish 4th, Jim Foose 5th, and in the final transfer spot was Jared Mogard. Heat 2 also saw the pole sitter cruise to the win as Devin Serra grabbed heat 2 with Zac Bozanich going from 4th to finish 2nd, Chad Finley started outside row 4 to finish in 3rd, Jason Stewart 4th, Nick Coffman came from last to finish 5th, and Corey Finley slide back from his 2nd starting spot to hang on to the final transfer spot finishing 6th. The 3rd and final heat race saw Josh Walker grab the final heat race win from 4th with Kris Titus 2nd, Todd Laboube 3rd, Andrew Cummins 4th, Jonathan Holstein 5th, and Tim Berner grabbed the final spot directly into the feature finishing in 6th.

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As for the B-Main it would see nine cars go for one of the six possible transfer spots with three drivers going home. At the end of the 20 lap event it would see Tim Knott grab the win with John Kennedy going from 6th to finish 2nd, Jesse Curry 3rd, Casey Cupp 7th to finish 4th, Allan Young went 8th to finish 5th, and the final starting spot in tonight’s feature event went to Scott Smith.
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The feature rolled onto the track for 50 laps under the lights.  There were seven yellows for nineteen laps with only two lead changes. It would be Alex Ciambrone and Devin Serra bringing the field to green with Josh Walker 3rd, Kris Titus 4th, and Brad Cross rolling off 5th. The race would see Josh Walker go from his 3rd starting spot to grab the lead. He would lead forty-one of the fifty laps.

The final restart on a green, white, checkered finish to the end it would see Walker make the only mistake of the evening allowing Brad Cross to throw a slide job in turns 3 and 4 coming to the white flag. There would be a yellow shortly after as there was a big multi-car wreck in turn 3. The race ended under yellow with Brad Cross claiming the Win and another $25 dollars as his hopes for the TRR Triple Crown are still in tacked. Josh Walker 2nd, Devin Serra 3rd, Andrew Cummins went from 12th to finish 4th, and Jesse Curry went from 21st to round out the top 5 finishing 5th.
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Next week the Twitchy Race Reports Triple Crowns heads to the final event at the Eldora Speedway as Brad Cross looks to complete the Trifecta and take home the $100 sweep bonus put up by Twitchy Race Reports. Be sure to tune in next Thursday Night to see if he can do it.

Cochran Declared Indy Winner after Mogard DQ’ed

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By Tom Gianinni

(CLERMONT, IN) When team haulers rolled into Lucas Oil Raceway there was no story bigger than the points leader Justin Blackdeer’s team not rolling in with them. Blackdeer who came into the event leading Jim Foose by 26 points could only pray to maintain his points lead as the 51 machine remained idle in the garage. The rest of the top 5, Jared Mogard, Allan Young and Tim Knott, would all have a fire lit under them in this one as they would try to shrink the points gap between them and the lead. Jacob Cochran won the pole to start the event followed by last week’s winner Jake Douglas. Points contenders Allan Young and Tim Knott started 3rd and 4th. Matt Vaade would round out the top 5 on the starting grid. Sparks were flying early when contact between Jim Foose and Jordan Harnish led to a pileup on lap 1. The rest of the race would, for the most part, be clean and green. Fifth in points Tim Knott’s chances at slimming the points margin would suffer an early blow when his 41 car was sent for a spin into the inside wall.

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After leading the first few laps, pole winner Jacob Cochran would surrender the lead to the class of the field, Jared Mogard, for the first and final time. The win was Mogard’s second on the season. Early leader Cochran followed Mogard to the line to finish 2nd, his fourth top 5 of the season. Allan Young would cash in a good points night finishing third. Matt Vaade finished 4th and Jim Foose rounded out the top 5 when the Toyota of Tom Giannini ran out of gas on the last lap while running in 5th.

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The points landscape is much different following the 100 lap event. Justin Blackdeer was able to maintain his lead with the cushion he had built up over the first ten events. However, that lead is now slim now. Move over Jim Foose, there’s a new driver in second. Jared Mogard would leap frog Foose in points, 10 points behind first place. With his top 5, Foose only lost one spot to 3rd. Allan Young remained in fourth. With his struggles, Tim Knott is now tied for 5th with Tom Giannini, 47 points behind the lead.

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The series rolls into Langley Speedway next week for twin races, a format loved by both teams and drivers. Catch the Ironman Challenge Twin 75s next Wednesday at 9 pm. Will the points leader show up? Will Jared Mogard continue his mid season surge? Tune in next week to find out!

Editors Note: Following post race penalties, Jared Mogard was disqualified from the race win and received no points for his appearance.  Standings in the race review were before any penalties were issued.

Justin Vaughn Feels At Home in Kansas

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(KANSAS CITY, KS) Forty-Three drivers made the trip to Kansas Speedway for the L.A. Simsport 125 as Race #6 of the SMC Truck Series was in action. Following qualifying it seen Devin Serra grab the pole with Jacob Cochran 2nd, Michel Atkins Jr. 3rd, John Kennedy 4th, and Pete Baskins rounded out the top 5. There were 5 yellow flag periods all involving solo car spins for the most part for twenty laps. The race seen thirteen lead changes between eight different drivers.

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The race started a bit rough as the trend of the race started with roughly 7-10 lap runs before the first few yellow flags came out. As the race went on the field seen green flag racing with the last half of the race seeing one yellow flag. The last forty laps were split up into twenty or more lap green flag runs to the end. The last run to the checkers was a twenty-four lap green flag run which seen the leaders run all over the racing surface.

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Off what was the final restart Kennedy brought them to green and led for a few laps. The gunner who has been dominating the Sportsman Truck Series appeared to possibly grab his first SMC Truck Series win on the 2017 season. But after about five laps Ty Hester would take over the lead and drive away from the field. Ty’s fast pace would prove to be costly as Justin Vaughn would run Ty down as his tires went away with roughly seven laps to go. Vaughn would in turn drive away from the field and not look back as he grabbed his first win on the Sam Maxwell Customs Truck Series in 2017. This was also Justin’s 2nd career ASRS win. Rounding out the top 5 was Ty Hester who fended off four drivers who were pressuring for 2nd at the end, Sam Maxwell came from his 21st starting spot to finish 3rd, Jared Mogard who continues to have qualifying issues came from his 30th starting spot to finish 4th, and continuing the hard charger trend Tim Knott came from his 26th starting spot to finish 5th.

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The top 5 finishers proved that passing could be done at the Kansas Speedway. As for the Championship standings well they seen a shake up a bit again tonight. Remember the top eight in the standings after Race #18 head to the playoffs. Big headline regarding the standings was when Jason Stewart and his #1 ride did not show up tonight.

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At the conclusion of tonight’s events it now sees Jim Foose pad his point lead from 4 to 18 points over Jason Stewart who is 2nd not a spot in the standings, Jonathan Holstein also holds his position in 3rd, Brad Cross gained a spot and moves to 4th, Zac Bozanich also gains a spot and moves to 5th, Danny Rodgers loses 2 spots and falls to 6th, while Sam Maxwell gains a spot to put him 7th, and Jared Mogard moves up 2 spots to the 8th and final spot in the current playoff picture.

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Next week the Sam Maxwell Customs Truck Series heads “home” to the Charlotte Motor Speedway for the Sam Maxwell Customs 100 a sixty-seven lap event as drivers try to either pad their position in the playoffs while others try to creep into the hunt for the top eight. Tune in to Off Camber TV next week to see who takes advantage of the “Home Track” feel that next week should provide.