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Cason cops Limited Late Model win at Winder-Barrow

By Brandon Reed Reporter
  Contact Editor

Dustin Cason came out on top of a one-lap dash at the end of Saturday’s Limited Late Model feature at Georgia’s Winder-Barrow Speedway to score the victory.

Cason dominated the event, even if it did get off to a rocky start.

Chris Woods started the feature on the pole, with Cason on the outside. As the two raced on the drop of the green, they made contact in turn two. That sent both cars sliding, with Woods spinning to a stop while Cason was able to keep moving. As a result, Cason held his position on the second start attempt, while Woods was moved to the back of the field.

On the second start attempt, Cason used the outside line to grab the lead, and moved away from John Anderson in second. Cason would move away from the field, and looked to have the win in hand when a late caution came out, setting up a one lap dash for the win.

On the final start, Cason sprinted away from Anderson, and went on to record the victory.

Anderson finished in second, with Woods in third and Robin Collins in fourth.

In other action, Chase Lampp held off Chris Jones to score the Hobby feature win. Nick Sellers finished in third, with Tyler Canup in fourth and Andy Barton in fifth.

Ronnie Poole took the victory in the Modified Street feature, with Nick Sellers in second and Jordan Poole in third.

Mark Chancey scored the win in the Stock V8 feature. Trey Pilgrim finished second, with Ronnie Poole in third.

P.J. Taylor edged out Justin Taylor to take home the Stock 4A feature. Kyle Braswell, Scotty Cox and Roger Cothran rounded out the top five.

Jason Fowler was the winner in the Stock 4B feature, with John Martin second, Bobby Croya third, David Ivester fourth and B.J. Franklin fifth.

Saturday also saw the return of the Front Wheel Drive division to Winder-Barrow Speedway, with Trey Chapman beating out Wayne Chapman for the win. Eddie Segars finished in third, with Daniel Earnest in fourth and Nathan Earnest in fifth.

Winder-Barrow Speedway is slated to return to action on Saturday, April 13, as the raceway will host the Mini-Late Models. For more information, visit

Winder-Barrow Speedway – Winder, GA
Race Results – April 6, 2019

Limited Late Models
1. #47 Dustin Cason
2. #7 John Anderson
3. #17 Chris Woods
4. #1 Robin Collins
5. #1K Ken Lampp-DNF

1. #25 Chase Lampp
2. #C4 Chris Jones
3. #71 Nick Sellers
4. #112 Tyler Canup
5. #44 Andy Barton
6. #120 Dakota Taylor

Modified Street
1. #1 Ronnie Poole
2. #71 Nick Sellers
3. #99 Jordan Poole
4. #11 Neal Cox-DNF
5. #10 Wormy Gaddis-DNF
6. #78 Aaron Criswell-DNF
7. #14 Arti Ridgeway-DNF
8. #02 Justin Taylor-DNF
9. #4 Terry Calhoun-BF

Stock V8
1. #20 Mark Chancey
2. #7 Trey Pilgrim
3. #55 Ronnie Poole
4. #09 Jeff Casper-DNF

Stock 4A
1. #2 P.J. Taylor
2. #13 Justin Taylor
3. #8 Kyle Braswell
4. #84 Scotty Cox
5. #03 Roger Cothran
6. #3 Allen Cantrell
7. #52 Damen Harrison
8. #66 Brandon Franklin
9. #35 Joseph Dyer
10. #3 Chris Thompson

Stock 4B
1. #222 Jason Fowler
2. #30 John Martin
3. #38 Bobby Croya
4. #03 David Ivester
5. #66 B.J. Franklin
6. #26 Mark Parker, Jr.
7. #47a Andrew Wilson
8. #1 Brandon Cox-DNF
9. #52 Charles Earnest-DNF
DQ: #88-Daniel Conner

Front Wheel Drive
1. #14 Trey Chapman
2. #73 Wayne Chapman
3. #58 Eddie Segars
4. #52 Daniel Earnest
5. #11 Nathan Earnest
6. #31 Steven Shedd
7. #18 Jake McBride-DNF
8. #5 Michael Elrod-DNF
10. #23 Adam Millican-DNF

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