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Once again Josh Slater looked to be the car to beat in the Chris Johnson Racing Engine Street Stocks as the field took the green flag for their 20 lap feature. Current Points Leader Kedrin Holliday put some nice moves on the field and was able to gain the lead on lap When the checkered flag dropped it was Barcus coming out on top with Hutson, High, Rinehart, and Ellert finishing in the top 5. Billy Hutson and Steve Minich Jr. Adams was the victor for the 2nd time in with Nester able to hold off Poorman for 2nd. Chad Minnix, Garrett;

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Chad Poorman and Bud Adams battled for the 2nd position side by side. With only 10 Laps to go Adams slid his car around Nester to take the lead. Schaeffer looked under Hall then set his sights on Crager for the lead. Parr was able to work his way into the lead by lap 14, only to have to fight off a hard charging Mike Kugler the entire race.

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It is spoftsman battle of the season between Shane Crager, Chris Hall and Jackie Terry and it continued once again as Wfston and put sportwman bumper under Overholser and gave room for Hall to follow. Slater was unable to hold on as he pushed high into turn 4, letting Mike Overholser fly low and take the lead.

Schaefer was able to get out of the car and walk away. Fast Qualifier Jeff Parr had an opportunity to win a New Howe Chassis by setting fast time and starting on the tail of the feature event. When the green flag dropped it was Barcus jumping into the lead and trying to hold on for his first feature win of the season at the Angola Motor Speedway.

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Angola results

Terry Lake was the early leader in the Smith Enterprises Mini Stock only to have Zac Sipe move into to take the top spot away on lap 5 of the 15 lap feature event. Fast Qualifier Erik Schaeffer waited as the field lined up for the final laps. Pit gates open at 2pm, Practice at 3pm, Qualifying at 5pm, Racing at 7pm.

Adams was the victor for the 2nd time in with Nester able to hold off Poorman for 2nd. Chad Minnix, Garrett; Last week’s feature winner Al High fought his way through the field by overtaking such competitors as Rick Rinehart and Joe Ellert. Billy Hutson and Steve Minich Jr.

Current Points Leader Kedrin Holliday put some nice moves on the field and was able to gain the lead on lap When the checkered flag dropped it was Barcus coming out on top with Hutson, High, Rinehart, and Ellert finishing in the top 5.

Zac Sipe, Ft Wayne. Barcus fought for his life as the white flag waved and Hutson closing in.

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Once again Josh Slater looked to be the car to beat in the Chris Johnson Racing Engine Street Stocks as the field took the green flag for their 20 lap feature. Greg Parr, Orland; Get Alerts Save Saved. Join prime To ssportsman in hi-res Slide show.

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Points leader Kale Asztalos was running great as he was catching the leaders with the laps winding down quick. Erik Schaeffer, Angola; Registration Sign in Facebook connect. Chad Sherburne set on the pole with the nightly sponsor favorite Tony Barcus on the outside front row. It was another hard fought feature win and the second in a row for Greg Parr as he raced through the field in the Budweiser Super Late Models.

Angola results 2005-06-04

The template style cars were in fine fashion as 22 cars took to the track in hopes of being the lucky driver to pull into Line-X Sportaman Lane at the end of the gruesome 75 laps. With only laps to go in the event, Barcus would get courntey in turn 2 and that gat 2nd place Hutson an chance for the lead. On lap 16 he was able to over take Crager and hold on for the win. The Red Flag dropped on lap 12 as Frank Schaefer rolled his Mini Stock off the tires on turn four and would land on his roof.

Poorman, Tom Blackburn, and Jeremy Wallen were the top 5.