Smith holds back hard-charging Taylor for Southern Oklahoma Speedway TOMS win
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July 15, 2017  |  by Keith Pirtle

With 34 cars present to qualify for the Day Motor Sports main event, it was clear early that Colby Smith was clearly on a rail of his own.

In the heat race, Smith made the high side for a strong second-place finish which set him up for a redraw that set him with the outside front row position.

At the drop of the green, he proved he was the car to beat jumping to a four- to five-car gap over the rest of the field.

Troy Taylor cleared the field to jump into Smith's tracks and held back TOMS points leader Triston Dycus for a solid second-place finish.

The top-five finishers were Smith, Taylor, Dycus, Wesley Veal and Kale Westover.

Special thanks to our sponsors: S&S Fishing & Rental, Day Motor Sports, Fritzphoto, Pulse Racing Innovation, Sunoco Racing Products, Five1Seven Design, All-Star Signs by Wesley, KR Promotions, Superior Wheels, Frozen Ropes Training Center, Milt Clark Performance Warehouse, Superior Steering Wheel, MLH Racing Products, Love Graphics, Wichita Tank, Wicked Race Cars, Precision Fabrication Race Car Bodies, Awards N More, OK Freightways, 41 Shocks, Southern Oklahoma Speedway, Bailey’s Country Store & BBQ, Josh Landers & Family and Deatherage Certified Opticians.

Special thanks to John and Nicki Webb and the Southern Oklahoma Speedway staff for your help and support of the TOMS.

The Touring Outlaw Modified Series will next race on July 22 at the Lawton Speedway in Lawton, Okla.

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OFFICIAL RESULTS
United States Racing Association
Summit USRA Weekly Racing Series
Touring Outlaw Modified Series
Southern Oklahoma Speedway, Ardmore, Okla.
Saturday, July 15, 2017

USRA MODIFIEDS

Heat #1: (14t) Triston Dycus, (01) Colby Smith, (12k) Kyle Whitworth, (15c) Cam Case, (51x) Danny Florence, (55h) Buddy Honacker, (95) Shawn Johnson, (14) Travis Bragg, (f4) Fred Wojtek.

Heat #2: (11x) Wesley Veal, (49) Chad Howell, (14x) Josh Landers, (86j)Travis Johnson, (1) Blaine Shives, (66x) Mike Dillard, (d25) David Tanner, (c7) Chris Corntassle.

Heat #3: (15w) Kale Westover, (20) Ronnie Welborn, (7x) Rory Jordan, (15) Curtis Allen, (25d) Donnie Shipp, (75) Kenneth Densman, (5x) Danny Veal, (34n) C.A. Nix.

Heat #4: (56) Troy Taylor, (9) Kevin Rutherford, (4d) Bo Day, (82) Jimmie Williams, (30) John Nemetz, (1x) Robert Veal, (711) Tanner Houston,    (71) Phillip Houston, (02) Kyle Robinson-NS.

B-Main #1: (86j)Travis Johnson, (15c) Cam Case,  (d25) David Tanner, (711) Tanner Houston, (f4) Fred Wojtek, (55h) Buddy Honacker, (30) John Nemetz, (14) Travis Bragg, , (1) Blaine Shives,  (34n) C.A. Nix-NS.

B-Main #2: (15) Curtis Allen, (71) Phillip Houston, (25d) Donnie Shipp, (5x) Danny Veal,  (51x) Danny Florence, (75) Kenneth Densman, (c7) Chris Corntassle, (95) Shawn Johnson (1x) Robert Veal, (82) Jimmie Williams, (66x) Mike Dillard-NS, (02) Kyle Robinson-NS.

Day Motor Sports A-Main: (01) Colby Smith, (56) Troy Taylor, (14t) Triston Dycus, (11x) Wesley Veal, (15w) Kale Westover, (71) Phillip Houston, (12k) Kyle Whitworth, (9) Kevin Rutherford, (5x) Danny Veal,    (49) Chad Howell, (20) Ronnie Welborn, (15) Curtis Allen, (25d) Donnie Shipp, (4d) Bo Day, (51x) Danny Florence, (15c) Cam Case, (14) Travis Bragg, (711) Tanner Houston,     (14x) Josh Landers, (30) John Nemetz, (95) Shawn Johnson, (86j)Travis Johnson, (7x) Rory Jordan, (d25) David Tanner.



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