posted September 23, 2002 05:24 PM
Latsch, Stuckey, Lacombe and Markham Fall Classic Champions
The IMCA Modifieds took the track first for their 40-lap feature event.
The race went caution free until lap 14, when the yellow came out for a spin
in turn 4 by the 75t. The race was slowed 2 more time before the checkered
flag fell. Travis Lacombe took the victory over Donny Agastini, Zack Olger
and Rick Stout.
The Late Models took the track next for their 75-lap feature event. The
race was slowed on lap 6 for a spin in turn 2 by the 22 car. The race was
restarted on lap 12. On lap 16, the red flag came out for a 4-car crash
involving the 06, 91, 3 and 9 cars. The race was restarted on lap 18.Th
race was slowed several more times before the red was thrown again on lap 46
for a fuel stop. As the checkered flag flew, it was Markham taking the
victory. Johnson, Maffet, Neisor and Gaff followed him.
Next came the Sprint Cars for their 40-lap feature event. The race was
slowed several times by cautions. On lap 17, Jason Blonde, who had lead from
the drop of the green, pulled into the infield after losing oil pressure.
Randy Stuckey inherited the lead and never looked back. The race was slowed
for cautions 2 more time before the checkered fell. It was Stuckey taking
the victory over Chuck Wilson, Greg Dalhman, Ken Mackey and Corey Bevard.
The Street Stock were next on the track for their 30-lap feature event.
Glen Heath and Eric Wilson put on a tremendous battle for the lead until lap
9, when they came together, causing Wilson to pull off the trace for
repairs. The race was slowed only 2 times before the checkered flag fell.
Latsch took the victory over Ewing, Jones, Wadsworth and Heath.
Butler Motor Speedway would like to wish all of the drivers, crewmembers,
sponsors and fans a safe and happy off-season. They would also like to
remind everyone about the banquet coming up on November 2nd. For
information, please contact the racetrack. No tickets will be sold at the