Reed Collects Macon Street Stocks Title


MACON, Ga. — Everything went perfect for Terry Reed on Saturday at Macon Speedway.

Reed claimed the Big Ten Street Stock Series  the championship, and won the $500 top prize in the Street Stock race. Along with that 25-lap victory in which he led every lap, he was the fastest qualifier, won his heat and the 6-lap Dash for Cash which put him on the pole position for the main event.

Trailing him in the Big Ten Street Stock Series is Bobby Beiler, who followed him around for the entire race and lost power on the 24th lap but managed to finish.

Jeremy Nichols overcame traffic and took the lead away from Tim Bedinger en route to the checkered flag in the Sportsman division feature.

Dave Crawley, Jr. had little difficulty getting into the lead in the Billingsley Towing Modifieds feature. Starting in the front row, he took the lead and dashed away from Guy Taylor and company for his second feature win in a row.

Another driver who had little trouble with the lead was Beach House Mini Sprints feature winner Jeremy Camp. He stuck to the bottom groove and weaved through the lapped traffic and managed to build momentum heading to the POWRi Midgets & Micro Sprints double feature program next Saturday.

Adam Webb won for the second consecutive week in the Outlaw Hornet division. Webb, the defending National Hornet Champion, took away with the lead and went on for victory.

Marty Sullivan had to hold off Jonathan Drake in the fourth turn to get the win in the Stock Hornet class.

The finish:

Terry Reed, Greg Osman, Jeffrey Reed Jr., Larry Russell Jr., Brian Dasenbrock, Bobby Beiler, Kaleb Wood, Bobby Eskew, Tom Reich, Luke Force,  Roy Magee II, Kyle Waters, Ronnie Burns, Danny Smith, Jeff Reed Sr., Tony Reed, Jacob Brigham, Gene Reed, Jason Scrimpsher, Jeremiah Hoadley, Dustin Reed, Chevy Miller,  Billy Justice Jr.

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