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Monday September 23rd, 2019 3:09AM

Ken Lampp unstoppable in Winder-Barrow LLM victory

By Brandon Reed Reporter
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Ken Lampp led wire-to-wire to score the Limited Late Model feature at Georgia’s Winder-Barrow Speedway on Saturday night.

Despite not once giving up the lead, it was still not an easy win for the Winder, Georgia native.

Lampp started on the pole, and drove to the lead in the first two turns, with Brandon Roberts and Dustin Cason in pursuit around the ¼-mile clay raceway.

Cason would bypass Roberts for the runner-up spot on lap two, while behind the leaders, Scotty Chatham and Chris Woods drove into the top five.

The action would be broken up when J.J. Cason spun in turn three to bring out the first caution of the night.

On the restart, Lampp moved back to the point, while Woods moved to third behind the lead duo. The action was broken up again late when Roberts and Greg Pruitt tangled on the backstretch, bringing out the final caution of the night.

Back under green, Lampp was able to build a sight lead, but Cason kept him within striking distance. Over the final laps, Cason was able to close to within four car lengths, but Lampp held him off to record the victory.

Chris Woods followed in third, with Scotty Chatham in fourth.

In other action, Jordan Poole held off Chad Puckett to score the Modified Street feature victory. Wormy Gaddis finished third, with Aaron Criswell fourth.

Ronnie Poole topped the Stock V8 field to take the win. Mark Chancey followed in second, with Trey Pilgrim in third and Wormy Gaddis in fourth.

Nick Sellers edged out Aaron Calvert for the Hobby feature victory. Joe Yarbrough, Tyler Canup and Kevin Johnson rounded out the top five.

Just Taylor was the winner in the Stock 4A feature. Kyle Braswell finished in second, with Zach Sanders in third, Shane Peppers in fourth and Joseph Dyer in fifth.

David Ivester scored the victory in the Stock 4B feature, with Derrick Lord in second, Daniel Conner in third, B.J. Franklin in fourth and John Martin in fifth.

Winder-Barrow Speedway is back in action on Saturday, September 14 for the Roger Cooper Memorial. Check WinderBarrowSpeedway.com for more information.

Winder-Barrow Speedway – Winder, GA
Race Results – September 7, 2019

Limited Late Models
1. 1k Ken Lampp
2. 47 Dustin Cason
3. 17 Chris Woods
4. 122 Scotty Chatham
5. 32 Gordan Welch-DNF
6. 1 Brandon Roberts-DNF
7. 2 Greg Pruitt-DNF
8. 6 J.J. Cason-DNF

Modified Street
1. 99 Jordan Poole
2. 357 Chad Puckett
3. 10 Wormy Gaddis
4. 78 Aaron Criswell
5. 11 Neal Cox-DNF

Stock V8
1. 55 Ronnie Poole
2. 20 Mark Chancey
3. 7 Trey Pilgram
4. 16 Wormy Gaddis
5. 33 T.J. Edwards-DNF

Hobby
1. 71 Nick Sellers
2. 01 Aaron Calvert
3. 41 Joe Yarbrough
4. 112 Tyler Canup
5. 98 Kevin Johnson
6. 4 Jerome Hanson
7. 120 Dakota Taylor

Stock 4A
1. 02 Justin Taylor
2. 8 Kyle Braswell
3. 01 Zach Sanders
4. 222 Shane Peppers
5. 35 Joseph Dyer
6. 03 Roger Cothran
7. 3 Allen Cantrell
8. 66 Brandon Franklin
9. 441 Matt Garrin
10. 52 Austin Brumbelow-DNF
11. L1 Leebo Bridges-DNF

Stock 4B
1. 03 David Ivester
2. 23 Derrick Lord
3. 88 Daniel Conner
4. 66 B.J. Franklin
5. 30 John Martin
6. 72 Brittany Page
7. K9 Mark Parker, Sr.
8. 12 Steve Hill
9. 01 Phil Wood
10. 43 Robert Booth
11. 38 Bobby Croya
12. 11 William Earnest
13. 7 Mark Parker, Jr.
14. 3 Richard Bridge-DNF
15. 52 Charles Earnest-DNF
16. 52 James Ellenburg-DNF

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