Ream Jr. Claims ASCS Southwest Win

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Bob Ream Jr., pictured after winning his first Hose Advantage Store ASCS Southwest Region race at Arizona Speedway, won again in Tucson on Saturday. (ASCS/Patrick Shaw photo)
Bob Ream Jr., pictured after  winning his first Hose Advantage Store ASCS Southwest Region race at Arizona Speedway, won again in Tucson on Saturday. (ASCS/Patrick Shaw photo)
Bob Ream Jr., pictured after winning his first Hose Advantage Store ASCS Southwest Region race at Arizona Speedway, won again in Tucson on Saturday. (ASCS/Patrick Shaw photo)

TUCSON, Ariz. – The ASCS Southwest Region headlined action at Tucson Int’l Raceway on Saturday night with Bob Ream, Jr. topping the field for the second time in 2014.

Fielding the No. 8 third, Ream chased Nick Parker the first 13 rounds before the rookie of the year contender slipped through the cushion and tagged the wall, taking the front axle out of the No. 94.

Assuming the lead, Ream crossed under the checkered flag with seventeenth starting Rick Ziehl in tow to earn the Speedmart Hard Charger worth $50, as well as a $50 cash bonus from Beaver Stripes. Lance Norick placed third from ninth with J.T. Imperial making his first appearance of the season in fourth. Alex Pettas completed the top five.

Kaylene Verville, Casey Buckman, Joshua Williams, Ryan Linder, and Michael Bonneau made up the top 10.

The finish:

Bob Ream Jr; Rick Ziehl; Lance Norick; J.T. Imperial; Alex Pettas; Kaylene Verville; Casey Buckman; oshua Williams; Ryan Linder; Michael Bonneau; Chris Bonneau; Jordan Stetson; Patrick Krob; Carson Ditsch; Cody Sickles; Brent McKee; James Aragon; Nick Parker; Ryan Murphy; Mike Rux Jr; Darrell Sickles; Bud Rowe

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