Bill McAnally Previews the K&N race at All American Speedway featuring his drivers Hailie Deegan, Derek Krause and Cole Rouse.
Roseville, CA Saturday, August 8th, 2015
After 5 weeks of the All American Raceway track being dark, the drivers came back and put on a show for the crowd in Roseville, CA.
The afternoon started off with a track record in the Legends class by #22 Jeremy Wood and a 14.987 qualifying lap.
4 classes were represented over the weekend, F4, Bombers, Legends and Street Stocks.
The big racing started in the trophy dashes. F4 winner Larry Alarcon in the #10 pulled it out by 00.524 seconds, with a finishing time of 2:10.572 over second place driver Justin Ritchie in the #8.
In the Bombers Trophy Dash, Erick Ray in the #77 slide by and won in a photo finish against Chris Lambert in the #9.
The Legends Trophy Dash was won by Robby Czub from Rocklin in the #0 taking it over #22 Jeremy Wood by 00.355 and an overall time of 1:03.054.
Final Trophy Dash in the Street Stocks Darrin Farrington driving #27 took the win in 1:01.551.
The main events showed some impressive racing.
Keith Hopkinson, Jr. in the #22 took the F4 main event with a 13:08.687 in 35 laps. Trophy Dash winner Larry Alarcon went off with car trouble in the 18th lap. A tight race for second ended up at a .074 difference as #9X Tim Walters edged out #5 Jess Yendes.
Erick Ray continued his dominant night also winning the Bombers main event in a shortened 18 laps. #3 Chris Paulson's right rear tire fell off in turn one as he was exiting the turn. His car slamming into the wall, then his tire behind him. 65 Sports was not able to determine is Chris was injured or if he had a rider with him, but they were treated at the track by paramedics and released.
#52 driven by Mo Abhat in honor of Matt Camp and #24 Cody Pickard gave the crowd a smoking tires solute to their fellow competitor and friend Matt Camp on his honorary night.
In the Legends main event, Robby Czubb would take the checkered flag once again and in dominant fashion as he came from his 9th starting position, weaving in and out and taking the lead, then finishing 4.118 ahead of second place finisher #22 Jeremy Wood, who went off and back on during a yellow caution.
Finishing out the night the Street Stocks extended their racing from 35 laps to 52 in honor of Matt Camp. #32 Rich Lavallee completed the 52 in 20:13.677 ahead of #27 Dan Farrington.
All American Speedway will host their next race next Saturday, August 15th, 2015 for the First Responders night. Street Stocks, Bombers and F4 are on the schedule for the night.
Check http://www.allamericanspeedway.com/ for more details.