Super late model veteran Junior Roddy showed he was more than ready to jump in the show by setting fast time over the large field of cars.Newcomer to the series, Hunter Corbitt, looked like he had his Nacimiento motorsports prepared car working well as he swept the 6 car 6 lap Penney Racing Supply $100 trophy dash for cash. Fast timer Roddy drew a 4 invert for the start of the main event which put father and son Cole Moore and John Moore on the front row for the start, but earlier mechanical problems would send Cole to the rear of the field for the start of the A main, moving eventual winner Jeremy Doss up to the Pole for the start. 4 cars would transfer out of the 8 car B main ( Big Grinyes a B main) to make up the 22 car A main field. It was a real thrill to see that many late models take the green flag for this race. There was some great racing and jockeying for position early on with some tangles that brought out a couple of yellows in the early laps.Once we got rolling our PCS racers settled in for some good hard racing with lots of passing that made for a great show. Jeremy Doss was the picture of patients and skill as he lead the field throughout the race while moving through lapped and slower cars to come away with another PCS win.The #18 of Travis Milburn earned the Naake Suspensions Hard charger award by advancing the most positions from his starting spot in his night of racing.
Hunter Corbitt finished 3rd.