LIMA, Ohio – Jared Horstman piloted the familiar orange No. 17 to his fourth victory in K&L Ready Mix NRA Sprint Invader action on Friday at Limaland Motorsports Park.
Jimmy Stinson and Hud Horton would bring the field to the green flag with Stinson leading lap one aboard the Don Ryder owned, Lee Greenwood sponsored entry. Shawn Dancer found the high side of the track to his liking and powered to the lead on lap two and began to pull away as Horstman fought his way to second.
Horstman began to close on Dancer on lap nine when Dancer bounced off the backstretch wall exiting turn two. Dancer would then loop out his No. 49 car in turn two the next time around, bringing out the caution.
Meanwhile, Luke Hall had fought his way up to sixth from the tail, and on the restart made a huge move to fourth on the the top of the track. Caution would slow the field one final time on lap 17, but it didn’t matter to Horstman, who would win his fourth Limaland feature of the year and earn fifth NRA victory over Randy Hannagan, Hall, Stinson and Chase Dunham.
In other action, Shane O’Connor picked up his first Northwest Physical Therapy UMP Modified win of the season and Tony Anderson picked up his second Bud Thunderstock victory of the year.