Vidrine Scores Second Straight and Ward Also Wins in J&J McKENZIE, TN -- Terry Vidrine made it back-to-back wins this past weekend while Mike Ward also drove to victory driving a J&J Auto Racing sprinter. SOUTHERN OUTLAW SPRINT CARS Terry ...
Vidrine Scores Second Straight and Ward Also Wins in J&J
McKENZIE, TN -- Terry Vidrine made it back-to-back wins this past weekend while Mike Ward also drove to victory driving a J&J Auto Racing sprinter.
SOUTHERN OUTLAW SPRINT CARS
Terry Vidrine raced to victory lane on Saturday night in the Southern Outlaw Sprint cars event at Flomaton Speedway.
It marked the second consecutive weekend Vidrine's #68 J&J came home first. Vidrine started on the front row and led every lap at the high-banked quarter mile track in Flomaton, Alabama. Vidrine and his crew chief Jeff Farmer are hoping to compete in most of the Southern Outlaw Sprint car and Cajun Sprint Association events this year. Vidrine finished second in both series final standings last year.
DELTA BOWL SPEEDWAY
Mike Ward raced his way from ninth starting position to victory on Saturday night at Delta Bowl Speedway in Tunica, MS. Ward paced the field in his #88 J&J and was followed in second by another J&J runner, Ricky Stenhouse Jr., who drove the Shorty Chambliss #15 J&J. A. G. Rains came home fourth in his #3 J&J.
Other solid J&J Auto Racing performances:
Four of the top eight finishers in Saturday night's sprint car feature at Lincoln Speedway were racing J&J Auto Racing sprint cars. Fred Rahmer led the brigade in the Joe Harz Racing #88h J&J by finishing second. Lance Dewease raced his way into third aboard the Hamilton Motorsports #77 J&J while Jeff Busby came home sixth in the #47j J&J and Doug Esh in the Leach Motorsports #30 J&J finished eighth.
TJ Stutts followed last week's victory in Michael Barshinger's # 39 J&J by coming home second in the 25-lap sprint car feature Saturday night at Selinsgrove Speedway. Stutts started sixth and moved into second on lap nine, but couldn't get past Davie Franek and ended the night in the runner-up spot.
Ricky Logan scored a pair of top ten finishes while competing with the All-Star Circuit of Champions last weekend. He drove the Gifford Motorsports #17g J&J to a fourth place finish on Saturday at St. Francios Speedway in Farmington, MO. He finished 10th on Friday at Paducah International Speedway after qualifying third in the field.
Ryan Coniam piloted Pete Grove's #70 J&J to a 12th place finish on Friday, and Paul May, who qualified fourth in Friday's event, drove the #71 J&J in both races, claiming Saturday night's "B" feature before coming home 17th in the "A".