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Ensign wins at SOS; Lindsey wins WSS title

Ensign wins at SOS; Lindsey wins WSS title

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Ensign wins at SOS; Lindsey wins WSS title WHITE CITY, Ore. – Greg Ensign was a big winner in the Wingless Sprint Series race at Southern Oregon Speed
Fettinger holds on for Mod track title over Bailey

Fettinger holds on for Mod track title over Bailey

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Tanner wins SOS Late Model finale; Dees wins title

Tanner wins SOS Late Model finale; Dees wins title

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Tanner wins SOS Late Model finale; Dees wins title By Craig Murphy (Photo Courtesy of Shadows Of Light Photography) WHITE CITY, Ore. – Joey Tanner won

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Trenchard wins opening night of R Charles Snyder Salute
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9/4/2021

9/4/2021

Southern Oregon Speedway


Trenchard wins opening night of R Charles Snyder Salute

Trenchard wins opening night of R Charles Snyder Salute

WHITE CITY, Ore. – Klamath Falls driver Nick Trenchard claimed the opening night feature Friday for the two-day R Charles Snyder Salute at Southern Oregon Speedway.

Trenchard took home the $1,000 prize for winning Friday’s 25-lap preliminary night Sweet Tea IMCA Modified main event. Other winners on Sweet Tea Express Night were Chico’s Tyler Rodgers in the Dusty’s Transmission IMCA Sport Modifieds and Central Points’s Jake Wheeler in the World Famous Auto Limited Sprints.

In the Sweet Tea IMCA Modifieds, Jacob Hobscheidt of Plattsmouth, Nebraska was the only one of the 41 drivers under 16 seconds in qualifying, posting a time of 15.836 seconds around the 3/8-mile dirt oval. The first set of six heat races were won by Jesse Williamson, Jon DeBenedetti, Jesse Bailey, Troy Foulger, Bricen James and Albert Gill. The second set of heat races were won by Williamson, Trenchard, Mark Wauge, Foulger, Curtis Towns and Craig Cassel. The 15-lap B features were won by Rob Sanders and John Campos.

Trenchard led the field to the green for the main event and won by 1.2 seconds over Williamson, followed by Towns, Foulger and Collen Winebarger. Rounding out the top 10 were Bailey, Hobscheidt, Derick Young, Darrell Hughes and James. The top-10 finishers from Friday are locked into Saturday’s feature.

In Dusty’s Transmission IMCA Sport Modifieds action, Medford’s Jordan Braaten was the fastest of 24 qualifiers with a lap of 15.779 seconds. Heat races were won by Braaten, Tyler Rodgers, Ryan Peery, and Matt Sanders. Billy Richey won the B feature.

Rodgers led the field to green for the 25-lap main and won the race, followed by Peery, Sanders, Craig Nieman and Braaten.

In World Famous Auto Limited Sprints, Medford’s Charlie Thompson set fast time in qualifying with a lap of 13.064 seconds. Jake Wheeler won the heat race. Wheeler led the field to the green in the 25-lap main and won, followed by Kinzer Cox, Thompson, Enrique Jaime and Camden Robustelli.

The R Charles Snyder Salute concludes Saturday night at SOS, highlighted by the 40-lap feature for the Sweet Tea IMCA Modifieds. The winner will take home $7,007. The Dusty’s Transmission IMCA Sport Modifieds will be back, joined by the CD Architects Late Models.

Tickets are $15 for seniors and children, $20 for adults. Pits open at 3:30 pm., front gates open at 5, with hot laps at 6 and racing at 7. For more information, or to purchase tickets in advance online, visit www.southernoregonmotorsports.com.


Submitted By: Ben Deatherage

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