Up next was the Gord's Water Vantastics with 12 mini vans participating in a 12 lap race with a tire obstacle on the front straight. Drivers were instructed to go between the large tractor tires that were on the front straight, and some did it better than others. Rick Phillips, however, navigated the tires successfully but got a flat on the last lap and started to lose some positions after leading the entire race. Even though he was not the first van to cross the finish line, he was the first driver to cross the line and not be docked laps, earning him a trip to victory lane, flat tire and all.
during intermission to meet their favourite drivers.
Naylor races to first career Late Model victory
One of the highlights of the night was the Vanderlaan Building Supplies Pro Late Model Division feature, which added an eighth different winner in 12 races so far this season.
The features started out with the Brighton Automotive Pro Stocks, Carrying Place's Leslie Mowat started on the pole and led the first half of the event. Due to rain showers earlier in the day the track was extremely tacky and fast on Saturday night. Mowat was taking full advantage of it, holding off the cars behind her while running through the middle of the track. However on Lap 12 coming out of Turn 2 Mowat made a tiny mistake and the car would bobble. That one mistake was all that Trenton's Doug Anderson needed, as he took advantage and drove underneath Mowat for the lead. Anderson went on to lead the next eight laps for his eighth victory of the season. Mowat held on for second place, followed by Trenton's Rob Perry, Trenton's Shawn Gregory (substituting or Robbie Wilson), and Picton's Mitch Rosborough.
The OILgard Anti Rust Canadian Modified 25 lap feature started with Frankford's Adam Whaley and Belleville's Mike Lucas on the pole. Lucas took advantage of his starting spot and jumped out to the early lead. Once again running the high side Lucas looked in control of the event until current Ghd Outlet points leader Ryan Scott, of Kingston, started to apply some pressure on him. Lucas held Scott off for about 10 laps until Lap 17 when lapped traffic played a part and held Lucas up just enough for Scott to duck underneath him. The battle for third was also heating up between Bloomfield's Dan Ferguson and Picton's Andrew Hennessy. The two battled side by side for the last half of the race and on the last lap both drivers got by Lucas who once again got tied up behind lapped traffic with Ferguson holding on for second and Hennessy taking third. Lucas and Whaley rounded out the top five.
Fans always enjoy Fan Appreciation and the drivers at Brighton Speedway never disappoint. Candy, photos, posters and autographs were handed out to all those who ventured down onto the track surface Cheap Ghd Straighteners
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Finishing up the night was the Bill's Johns Comp 4 feature, and they decided to leave an impression with the fans. Coming off Turn 2 on Lap 5 race leader Trenton's Adam Flieler would lose the water out of his engine in turn four creating a hazard for the field behind him. Trenton's Shelby Mills hit the water, slid up the track hard into the wall. This started a chain reaction and as her blue civic was pounded into by four more cars, including Shannonville's Josh French who wound up on top of Stockdale's Tom Vance. The red flag was thrown immediately and all drivers were checked and fpound to be okay. The drivers may have been good but Mills car had to be carried off on the fork lift it was so damaged. When the race resumed it was the 7 of Adam Chapman who took over the lead from Flieler. Chapman was running up high on the cushion and was being pressured by Trenton's Stephen Giza. Chapman, who Ghd Argos
excited Adam Nayler, of Trenton, standing in victory lane for his first career Late Model win. Nayler started in Row 2 and quickly made his way into second place. He chased pole sitter Kyle Sopaz, of Carrying Place, for a number of laps. Sopaz was running down low and Nayler up high when going into Turn 1 Sopaz drifted up the track a little causing Nayler to get into the back of him just slightly. That slight tap was enough to get Sopaz a little out of shape and Nayler would go around him on the high side. Nayler did a good job controlling two restarts during mid race cautions and looked to be well in control until Belleville's Charlie Sandercock moved into second place. Sandercock would put a lot of pressure on Nayler, but the youngster was able to hold him off. Sandercock finished second with Brighton's Brandon Mowat coming home third, and Sopaz and Picton's Corey Earl rounding out the top five.
August arrived with a big crowd and another action packed night on Brighton Speedway's one third mile dirt oval as Owasco RV of Whitby presented a full card plus the Gord's Water Vantastics and Fan Appreciation Saturday.
is a rookie in the class, looked like a veteran and didn't crack under pressure, hanging on for his first career victory. Giza finished second, followed by Brandon Murrell, Vance, and Wellington's Brady Greer.
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