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Shullick was not done yet, as he immediately reeled in the Iosue No. After this the five-time track champion closed in Sanders and began to hound the rear of the Dale Miller Septic No. From lap 17 to 22 Sanders and Forsberg kept fans on the edge of their seats racing through heavy lapped traffic.
Minus a car Mattox had to sit out the remainder of the program. Prior to any preliminaries the entire program was delayed by threatening weather and rainfall. by Flowmaster in the Howard Kaeding Classic opener. Justin Sanders, Ryan Mc Daniel, Dan Jinkerson and Ben Wiesz snag exciting wins at Placerville Speedway on Saturday By Gary Thomas Placerville, CA – July 14, 2018…When it comes to Winged Sprint Car triumphs throughout Northern California in 2018 Aromas racer Justin Sanders and Auburn’s Andy Forsberg rank right near the top of that list. Soon, the leader had lapped up to tenth and then ninth. Iosue lost a ton of ground coming back to the green after the lone caution, handing third over to Connors, fourth to Bellinger, and fifth to the No. Hopkins had a career best run going until suffering a flat tire. Agan would tag the lapped machine of eighth place running Sawyer Phillips, sending the Pleasantville, Iowa native upside down. 05 of Jeff Abold, but only for a moment as Bellinger was immediately able to take away the final podium position from the Connors No. For the remaining 20 laps, Connors would then be forced to fend off Abold, who was back for the first time in several weeks after dealing with motor issues on his ride. The three heat races held during the night were captured by Jodie Robinson, Andy Forsberg and Shane Hopkins. In the end, six cars scratched before a B main that officials called off due to everyone transferring to the main event. 52, Logan Rayvals in 12th, and Thompson who had since dropped all the way back to 11th. The points leader was now out of the race with 23 laps to go and this allowed the second, third, and fourth place drivers in the standings of Shampine, Barnes and Shullick, to close the gap on the seven time track champion. Placerville’s own Jimmy Trulli came home in third, with Reno’s Adam Walters in fourth and 14th starter Colby Wiesz of Colfax in fifth. The 25-lap feature saw Agan shoot out from the pole, ahead of Randy Martin, Cody Wehrle, Jarrod Schneiderman and Dustin Clark. Clark moved by Wehrle on lap nine, but Wehrle battled back by two laps later. Lapped traffic became a major factor for the leaders at the halfway point and it was on lap 27 when Shampine looked high on a lapped car that Sitterly attempted to fill the gap, but the two brushed with Sitterly pounding the inside hub rail before cutting back across the track and making heavy contact with the outside wall to bring out the Canale Insurance & Accounting yellow flag. All of the lapped cars were left in between the new top three of Shullick, Shampine and Iosue on the ensuing restart and this wound up allowing Shullick to pull away even further from the rest of the field, eventually lapping up to 8th place Jeff West by the completion of the main event. Gualda rebounded from the early issues to finish sixth, with the remainder of the top-10 comprised of Zane Blanchard, Cody Hodgson, Hopkins and Chris Masters.