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Leight powers to Southeast Super Truck win at Anderson

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WILLIAMSTON, SC - Kevin Leicht would jump to to an early lead, and drove on to score the victory in the Southeast Super Trucks feature Friday night at Anderson Motor Speedway in Williamston, SC.<br /> <br /> The night wasn't without incident, as one scary moment saw the truck of Bennie Davis flipping onto his side in turn one, resulting in a lengthy caution.<br /> <br /> Davis was okay, but his night was over.<br /> <br /> Leicht would drive on to the victory, with Lee Tissot in second, Randy Porter in third, Kaleb Pressley in fourth and Dakota Slagle in fifth.<br /> <br /> Jamie Altop, Justin Sorrow, Keith May, Greg Jarrett and Tyler Worley rounded out the top 10.<br /> <br /> In other action, Douglasville, GA's outdistanced Matt Meyer to pick up the victory in the BM Modified feature. Jamie Winslett finished in third, followed by Adam Satterfield in fourth and Zach Dillon in fifth.<br /> <br /> Chad Campbell topped the field to score the Mini Stock feature win. David Darnell finished in second, with Luke Sorrow in third, Jimmy Burgess in fourth and B.J. Thrasher in fifth.<br /> <br /> Justin Asheley scored the unofficial victory in the Legends feature. Rex Brown, Trey Eidson, Kevin Ellison and Karl Moberg rounded out the top five.<br /> <br /> Steve Guthrie crossed under the checkerd flag first to pick up the Renegade feature win. Shawn Campbell finished in second, with Ricky Burnett in third, Shane Brown in fourth and Chris Whitfield in fifth.<br /> <br /> Brian King came home with the Front Wheel Drive feature victory, with Scott Parker finishing in second, Brandi Presnell in third, Shaun Mize in fourth and Chris Harvell in fifth.<br /> <br /> Anderson Motor Speedway will return to action on Friday, Sept, 5, for the track's biggest event of the year, the 5th annual Rupert Porter Memorial Shrine Race, featuring action from the NASCAR Whelen All American Series Late Model stocks, along with all local divisons.<br /> <br /> For more info, visit <a href="" target="_blank"></a>.<br /> <br /> <strong>Anderson Motor Speedway - Williamston, SC</strong><br /> <strong> Race Results - Aug. 22, 2014</strong><br /> <br /> <span style="text-decoration: underline;"><strong>Southeast Super Trucks</strong></span><br /> 1 #25 Kevin Leicht<br /> 2 #2 Lee Tissot<br /> 3 #51 Randy Porter<br /> 4 #16 Kaleb Pressley<br /> 5 #13 Dakota Slagle<br /> 6 #54 Jamie Altop<br /> 7 #92 Justin Sorrow<br /> 8 #5 Keith May<br /> 9 #44 Greg Jarrett<br /> 10 #84 Tyler Worley<br /> 11 #50 Tim Lollis<br /> 12 #12 Cole Glasson8<br /> 13 #24 Jamie Tate<br /> 14 #29 David Flynn<br /> 15 #66 Bennie Davis<br /> 16 #15 Sheflon Clay<br /> 17 #80 Randy Ollis<br /> 18 #8 Ed Surrett<br /> 19 #14 Davey Smart<br /> DNS: #1 Zach Franks<br /> <br /> <span style="text-decoration: underline;"><strong>BM Modifieds</strong></span><br /> 1. Casey Tucker<br /> 2. Matt Meyer<br /> 3. Jamie Winslett<br /> 4. Adam Satterfield<br /> 5. Taylor Marshall<br /> 6. Zach Dillon<br /> <br /> <span style="text-decoration: underline;"><strong>Mini Stocks</strong></span><br /> 1. Chad Campbell<br /> 2. David Darnell<br /> 3. Luke Sorrow<br /> 4. Jimmy Burgess<br /> 5. B.J. Thrasher<br /> 6. Colby Howard<br /> 7. Shaun Mize<br /> 8. Shaun Gibbs<br /> 9. Brian Porter<br /> 10. Ben Kay<br /> <br /> <span style="text-decoration: underline;"><strong>Legends (Unofficial)</strong></span><br /> 1. Justin Ashley<br /> 2. Rex Brown<br /> 3. Trey Eidson<br /> 4. Kevin Ellison<br /> 5. Karl Moberg<br /> 6. Danny Cisson<br /> 7. Craig Bruce<br /> 8. Riley Halverson<br /> 9. Randy Gunton<br /> 10. Dwayne Rumsey<br /> 11. Wayne Ellison<br /> 12. Cory Parham<br /> <br /> <span style="text-decoration: underline;"><strong>Renegades</strong></span><br /> 1. Steve Guthrie<br /> 2. Shawn Campbell<br /> 3. Ricky Burnett<br /> 4. Shane Brown<br /> 5. Chris Whitfield<br /> 6. Jack Robertson<br /> 7. Phillip Peters<br /> 8. Jonathan Ragsdale<br /> 9. Jimmy Rowland<br /> 10. Chad Watt<br /> 11. Billy Brown<br /> 12. Ricky Stevens<br /> <br /> <span style="text-decoration: underline;"><strong>Front Wheel Drives</strong></span><br /> 1. Brian King<br /> 2. Scott Parker<br /> 3. Brandi Presnell<br /> 4. Shaun Mize<br /> 5. Chris Harvell<br /> 6. C.J. Huitt<br /> 7. Tommy Davis<br /> 8. Donovan Beacham<br /> 9. Casey Burkett<br /> 10. Michael Posey<br /> 11. Chris Beacham<br /> 12. J.T. Fitzgerald<br /> 13. Lance Partain
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