Brown rolls to the front at Southern Oklahoma Speedway
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August 5, 2017  |  by Keith Pirtle

The Touring Outlaw Modified Series rolled into Sothern Oklahoma Speedway with 33 cars on Saturday, and with the USMTS rained out we had a few of their hot shoes that made the drive for some TOMS action.

With the wind up the track slicked off early which made tough multiple groove action. With Colby Smith setting the pace for the Day Motor Sports feature at the drop of the green on the bottom side it took a multiple groove attack to work through the field that saw several drivers working their way through the field.

With some early cautions with the slick conditions that kept the field tight, Chris Brown starting in the seventh starting spot slow and steady worked his way through taking every inch given to finally taking the lead on lap 11.

With Brown leading the pack, Austin Bonner starting in the ninth spot worked his way through the traffic to get right on Brown’s bumper.

With laps running down, Brown was too solid for any attack to happen taking home the big check for the hard night of racing. Top five was Brown, Bonner, Kale Westover, Smith and Wesley Veal.

The Touring Outlaw Modified Series will next race on Sept. 2 at Southern Oklahoma Speedway followed by Sept. 3 for the David Pope Memorial at RPM Speedway.

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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, Aug. 5, 2017

USRA MODIFIEDS

Heat #1: (91) Joe Duvall, (02) Kyle Robinson, (20) Ronnie Welborn, (15) Curtis Allen, (d25) David Tanner, (7x) Rory Jordan, (15c) Cam Case, (74) Jason Hammond, (56) Troy Taylor.

Heat #2: (4m) Bobby Malchus, (34n) C.A. Nix, (99) Jeff Needham, (3c) Charlie Smith, (49) Chad Howell, (14) Travis Bragg, (11x) Wesley Veal, (2c) Chris Huckeba.

Heat #3: (14t) Triston Dycus, (01) Colby Smith, (32) Mitchell Clement, (3) Sam Cox, (7) Sean Gaddis, (51x) Danny Florence, (12k) Kyle Whitworth, (35) Chris Cole.

Heat #4: (21b) Chris Brown, (15w) Kale Westover, (25d) Donnie Shipp, (21) Austin Bonner, (9) Kevin Rutherford, (8) Skip O’Neal, (55h) Buddy Honacker, (95) Shawn Johnson.

B-Main #1: (15) Curtis Allen, (3c) Charlie Smith, (7) Sean Gaddis, (8) Skip O’Neal, (15c) Cam Case, (56) Troy Taylor, (99) Jeff Needham, (74) Jason Hammond, (14) Travis Bragg, (35) Chris Cole, (12k) Kyle Whitworth.

B-Main #2: (11x) Wesley Veal, (32) Mitchell Clement, (49) Chad Howell, (55h) Buddy Honacker, (9) Kevin Rutherford, (7x) Rory Jordan, (95) Shawn Johnson, (51x) Danny Florence, (d25) David Tanner, (2c) Chris Huckeba.

Day Motor Sports A-Main: (21b) Chris Brown, (21) Austin Bonner, (15w) Kale Westover, (01) Colby Smith, (11x) Wesley Veal, (32) Mitchell Clement, (4m) Bobby Malchus, (34n) C.A. Nix, (49) Chad Howell, (3) Sam Cox, (56) Troy Taylor, (20) Ronnie Welborn, (15) Curtis Allen(7) Sean Gaddis,, (7x) Rory Jordan, (25d) Donnie Shipp, (74) Jason Hammond, (8) Skip O’Neal, (91) Joe Duvall, (3c) Charlie Smith (55h) Buddy Honacker, (14t) Triston Dycus, (95) Shawn Johnson, (02) Kyle Robinson.



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