Competitive Races Highlight Plymouth Slate


PLYMOUTH, Ind. – Plymouth Speedway played host to another great exciting night of close racing and even closer finishes that ended the month of July on a hot note on Saturday.

The excitement from the heat races grew into spectacular feature racing for all four divisions at the Playground of Power.

The first feature of the evening was for the Dickie’s Restaurant 600 sprint division. Billy Cribbs quickly spoiled everyone’s thoughts as he pulled out to an early advantage that would grow by race end and capture his second feature win in as many weeks. Justin Bell finished second.

The UMP Modifieds sponsored by Swan Lake Resorts ran a 20-lap feature that was filled with green-flag action all over the 3/8 mile, sometimes three and even four wide through the turns. Dylan Woodling led the first fifteen laps capitalizing on a great pill draw following a great heat race; however, the caution flag he was fearing fell on lap fifteen with points leader Jamie Lomax now restarting on his rear spoiler.

Lomax took full advantage of the restart that allowed him to overcome Woodling and grab his fourth straight feature win at the Plymouth Speedway. Dylan Woodling finished a season-best second.

The Super Streets was another hard fought race for every position behind the leader with the drivers competing for every point. When the checkered flag fell, David Short was out front just ahead of Bob McLean for his third feature win in a row. McLean held on for second while Brandon Roundtree finished a very close third.

The final race of the evening was for the Thunder Stocks division. Their twenty lap affair saw a close battle between the top two in points. However, John Rhodes grabbed the checkered flag just ahead of Bryce Shidler.

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