WKA Dirt World Championship Daytona report 96-12-28

Best scores second Junior win, Peters and Childers also nail victories DAYTONA BEACH, Fla. (12-28-96) -- The World Karting Association Dirt World Championships continued Saturday night at Daytona Beach Municipal Stadium with perennial ...

Best scores second Junior win, Peters and Childers also nail victories

DAYTONA BEACH, Fla. (12-28-96) -- The World Karting Association Dirt World Championships continued Saturday night at Daytona Beach Municipal Stadium with perennial contenders Rodney Childers of Mooresville, N.C., and Victor Peters of Brooksville, Fla., winning 20-lap main events while Andrew Best Jr. of Dover, Del., won a Junior class for the second straight night. Best, who won the Junior Champ Kart main on opening night, won the 20-lap Junior Stock main by just .573 seconds over Chris Gabehart of Louisville, Ky., in the second-closest finish of the night. In the Limited Modified Heavy 20-lapper, Rick Smith of Georgetown, S.C., blunted J.T. Stillwagon's attempt at a second victory by just .548 seconds in the night's closest finish.

DIRT RESULTS DAYTONA BEACH, Fla. (12-28-96) -- The results of the 20-lap WKA Dirt World Championships Sprint Kart races held Saturday night at the quarter-mile Daytona Beach Municipal Stadium, listing finishing position, driver and hometown: JUNIOR SPORTSMAN 2 1. Brian Vickers, Thomasville, N.C.; 2. Ben Moore, Naples, Fla.; 3. Cody Parham, Jacksonville, Fla. SUPERSTOCK 1. Rodney Childers, Mooresville, N.C.; 2. Don Barr, Jacksonville, Fla.; 3. Tobby Kennedy, Sumter, S.C. JUNIOR STOCK 1. Andrew Best Jr., Dover, Del.; 2. Chris Gabehart, Louisville, Ky.; 3. Stephanie Pitts, Aylett, Va. YAMAHA 2-CYCLE 1. Victor Peters, Brooksville, Fla.; 2. DeWitt Paschal, Unadilla, Ga.; 3. Tom Knight, Terre Haute, Ind. LIMITED MODIFIED HEAVY 1. Rick Smith, Georgetown, S.C.; 2. J.T. Stillwagon, Greenville, S.C.; 3. Shane Evans, Cumming, Ga.

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Series Kart
Drivers Victor Peters , Brian Vickers