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Cook cruises to Hangover victory at 411 Motor Speedway

By Track PR

Despite bitterly cold weather, fans filled the stands at 411 Motor Speedway Saturday to see Ray Cook close out 2016 with a victory in the seventh annual running of the Hangover dirt Super Late Model event at the Seymour, Tennessee raceway.

Dawsonville, Georgia’s Donald McIntosh came into the Hangover having won the previous two season’s races. He picked up where he left off, setting fast time in qualifying.

McIntosh jumped to the lead on the start with Justin Williams and Mike Marlar giving chase. While he pulled out to a big lead, Marlar and Williams battled for second, with Marlar winning out to take the spot.

As the laps wound on, Cook had his car hooked up, quickly moving through traffic. By lap 15, he had moved to second and had caught McIntosh. One lap later, Cook used the high line to power around McIntosh and into the lead.

McIntosh’s problems were far from over, however, as the two-time Hangover winner slowed on the track with an issue, drawing the caution flag.

On the restart, Marlar tried to challenge Cook for the lead, but had to fall into line. Behind the leaders, Jason Cardwell and Jason Welshan battled for third, with Cardwell securing the spot.

Up front, Ray Cook showed the way to the checkered flag, scoring the win and the $4,000 pay day.

Marlar finished in second, with Cardwell third, Welshan fourth and Russell Erwin in fifth.

Stephen Breeding, Ryan King, Justin Williams, James Williamson and Dustin Mitchell rounded out the top ten.

In other action, Adam Mitchell jumped out to an early lead in the Sportsman feature, and went on to score the victory. Zach Shannon finished in second, with Josh Sneed in third, Heath Alvey in fourth and Bryan Cooper in fifth.

Josh Sliter took the lead on lap 11 of the Mod Lite feature from Ed Griggs, then held off challenges from Cody Sisson and Ronnie Choate to take the $1,000 win. Mike Walling finished in fourth, followed by Ed Griggs in fifth.

Tyler Bare started the Crate Late Model feature on the pole, but it would be Anthony White who took the lead on the start. After a second lap caution slowed the action, White and Bare would swap the lead twice before Bare eventually took the spot. From there, Bare pulled away to pick up the win, with Jimmy Elliott, Jason Welshan, White and Jason Manley rounding out the top five.

Austin Neely took command of the Street Stock feature from the drop of the green flag and pulled away to score the victory. Rocky Ogle finished second, with Duke Lowe third, Westley Lester fourth and Shannon Emery fifth.

The fight for the win in the Open Wheel feature came down to a drag race between K.C. Burdette and Jimmy Owens. Burdette had led the early laps before Owens was able to take the lead on lap 14. As the laps wound down, Burdette began working the high line, and was able to close the gap on the leader.

On the final lap, Burdette was able to get a run coming off the final turn, setting up a side-by-side sprint to the finish line. Burdette nosed out Owens by inches to take the victory. Sean Flanary finished third, followed by Aaron Branham in fourth and Brad Hall in fifth.

411 Motor Speedway will open the 2017 racing season on March 18, as the raceway plays host to the Chevrolet Performance Super Late Model Series, with racing also scheduled in other classes.

For more information, visit 411MotorSpeedway.net.

411 Motor Speedway – Seymour, TN
The Hangover – Dec. 31, 2016

Super Late Models
1. #53 Ray Cook
2. #157 Mike Marlar
3. #07 Jason Cardwell
4. #29 Jason Welshan
5. #22 Russell Erwin
6. #5 Stephen Breeding
7. #30 Ryan King
8. #89 Justin Williams
9. #19 James Williamson
10. #32 Dustin Mitchell
11. #69 Carter Miller
12. #201 Billy Ogle Jr
13. #1A Levi Ashby
14. #5m Scott Shelton
15. #00 Ruben Mayfield
16. #14 Johnny Cloer
17. #1 Shane Bailey
18. #7 Donald McIntosh
19. #3x Bo Eaton
20. #99 Tom Collini
DNS: #7 Craig Greer
DNS: #51 Pierce McCarter

Sportsman
1. #50 Adam Mitchell
2. #Z1 Zach Shannon
3. #79 Josh Sneed
4. #7 Heath Alvey
5. #15 Bryan Cooper
6. #Andrew Littleton
7. #12 Drew Deaver
8. #2 Shannon Reece
9. #3 Floyd Self
10. #15 Michael Ledford
11. #69 Sarah Patrick
12. #34 Nick Perry
13. #22 DJ Shannon
14. #31 Brad Seagle
15. #9 Josh Dietz

Mod Lite
1. #17 Josh Sliter
2. #49 Cody Sisson
3. #8 Ronnie Choate
4. #29 Mike Walling
5. #47 Ed Griggs
6. #44 Alex Pitts
7. #18 Blake Wilson
8. #64 Randy Bryan
9. #6 Rob Misenger
10. #71 Doug Jones
11. #20 John Pitts
12. #26 Bo Pietz
13. #17 Brian Stuhldreher
14. #4k Michael Kelly
15. #20 Brandon Shaw
16. #3k Tony Kelly
17. #88 Jeremy Wilson
18. #34 Ross White
19. #86 Mitch Ward
20. #1H James Hill
21. #50 Joel Huggins
22. #1 Jeff Teeters
23. #23 Mike Zrobek
24. #12 Alan AVanWhy, Jr.
25. #64 Micah Collins

Crate Late Models
1. #30 Tyler Bare
2. #J39 Jimmy Elliott
3. #29 Jason Welshan
4. #2x Anthony White
5. #32 Jason Manley
6. #29 Rusty Ballenger
7. #25 Matt Henderson
8. #39 Eddie King Jr
9. #144 Chris Barton
10. #3 Tim Maupin
11. #7 Charles Zimmerman
12. #41 Jim Couch
13. #7 Corey Almond
14. #71 Pierce McCarter
15. #11 Todd Morrow
16. #33x Cameron Skinner
17. #32 Greg Huskey
18. #88 Ricky Smith
19. #61 Kenny Ford
20. #32 Tristian Clawson
21. #74 Jerry Trotter
22. #66 Larry Waters
23. #75 Shannon Elrod
24. #3 Brian Smith
25. #17 Steven Holcomb

Street Stocks
1. #3 Austin Neely
2. #9 Rocky Ogle
3. #5 Duke Lowe
4. #06 Westley Lester
5. #M2 Shannon Emery
6. #31 Greg Estes
7. #42 Robbie Comer
8. #14 Kurt Owens
9. #155 Eric Griffith
10. #0z Josh Cook
11. #4 Jeffrey Melton
12. #66 Michael Woods
13. #51 Dalton King
14. #74 Freddy Hillard
15. #8x Travis Coggins
16. #44 Marco Hilbert
17. #27 Charles Bates
18. #59 Bryan McDaniel
19. #55 Logan Kirkman
20. #35 Jason West
21. #9 Bo Allison
22. #00 Brandon Crawford
23. #49 Sam Jones
DNS: #74 Robby Perkins

Open Wheel
1. #44KC K.C. Burdette
2. #4 Jimmy Owens
3. #98 Sean Flanary
4. #53 Aaron Branham
5. #47 Brad Hall
6. #12 Lucas Lee
7. #15 Clayton Miller
8. #85 Brandon Hutchinson
9. #26 Justin Houston
10. #11 Jamie Mosley
11. #70 AJ Garber
12. #20 Brad Dyer
13. #21 Chad Yates
14. #33 Jay Sessoms
15. #F5 Richard Clew
16. #69 Tim Patrick
17. #36 Billy Palmer
DNS: #2 Jimmy Dalton

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