Renezeder Rules Lucas Off-Road Opener


This brought out full course caution number five, and when racing resumed, it was now Deegan, Morris, Daugherty, Smith, and Kyle Lucas in the top five, as the field began lap number 23. Fouch and Casey Currie moved into fourth and fifth on the next lap, with Currie going up to fourth ahead of a strongly-recovering Briley in fifth on lap 25.

Daugherty then rolled in turn three on the next lap, bringing out the sixth and final full course caution of the race, and when racing restarted, it was to be a green-white-checkers finish.

On the final lap, Briley tried an inside pass on Currie at turn four, but blew it and ran wide up to the outside high line, allowing Currie to sneak back by. Up front, Deegan ran strong all race to pick up the win, followed by Morris in second.

Currie took a strong third despite going into the pits to change a flat in the early going. Briley wound up fourth in his Pro Lite Unlimited debut, finishing strong despite an early rollover and a truck that was devoid of all body panels by race’s end.

Rounding out the top five was Hunter, another class rookie, who put together a strong race despite being one of the only four cylinder trucks in the field.

Other class winners included Marty Hart (Pro 2 Unlimited), Bradley Morris (Pro Buggy Unlimited), Parker Porter (Junior 2 Kart), Blaze Nunley (Junior 1 Kart) and Cole Mamer (Modified Kart)

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