Topic: DURBORAW OVERPOWERS FIELD IN ROBERTS MEMORIAL
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posted July 01, 2001 04:50 PM DURBORAW OVERPOWERS FIELD IN ROBERTS MEMORIAL Nathan Durboraw of Hagerstown had several large leads wiped out by cautions during the 50-lap Johnny Roberts Memorial, but each time he beat back the challenges of Roy Deese Jr. to win his fourth ITSI late model event of the season at Hagerstown Speedway Saturday night. Durboraw's win was his third Roberts Memorial and his 63rd career late model win. "I knew he was there...to catch me is one thing, but passing me is another." said Durboraw."Give me all the lead you want, I am still not getting off the gas pedal.". In other action, Marvin Winters was back in his regular ride owned by Ted Pugh and scored his sixth win in eight events in the late model sportsman feature. Eugene Conlee held off point leader Bruce Leibowitz to score his first win in the 15-lap pure stock main event and Oscar Fields of Bridgeville, DE won the vintage old timers main event. Due to the curfew, the 4-cylinder pure stock feature was postponed and rescheduled for Friday night, July 13th.