A race report by Tom Bowman

Super Stock Qualifying - 30 seconds

1Tom Bowman9.12+ laps
2Jeff Crabtree9.12 laps
3Bubba Milholen9.10 laps
4Dan Mueller9.07 laps
5Mark Smith8.26+ laps
6Ronnie Jamerson8.26 laps
7Tim Keevin8.25 laps
8Marshall Tucker8.22 laps
9Steve Jones8.15 laps
10Malcolm Tucker8.07 laps
11James Kennedy8.02 laps
12Jerry Holley7.26 laps
13Mike Ose7.12 laps
14Dale White7.02 laps

Super Stock Round Robin - 2.5 minutes

1James Kennedy182.01 laps
2Jeff Crabtree174.03 laps
3Tom Bowman171.18 laps
4Steve Jones168.03 laps
5Tim Keevin167.07 laps
6Mark Smith165.22 laps
7Bubba Milholen165.20 laps
8Dan Mueller163.03 laps
9Marshall Tucker155.20 laps
10Jerry Holley150.15 laps
11Malcolm Tucker143.16 laps
12Mike Ose126.21 laps
13Dale White107.12 laps
14Ronnie Jamerson85.03 laps

Super Stock was the class today at Tim Keevin's Gloucester Point Raceway, with a good crowd in attendence. It was good to see Marshall and Malcolm Tucker for the first time this season. Marshall took it to the others in the C Main, finishing 30 laps on Jerry Holley and good enough for 6th overall. Son, Malcolm, gave chase to Jerry, finishing back five laps. Mike Ose and Dale White battled it out, and Mike got the finish. The B Main, saw Dan Mueller and Tim Keevin leading at the half way point, with 10 minutes run, 3 laps up on Mark Smith and Bubba Milholen. The third segment was not good for Dan though, as first his pickup spring collapsed and then his gear nipple got in a rub situation. Bubba finished strong, getting to 5th overall, but Tim really put the hammer down finishing on the two power lanes, and ending up 3rd overall. Mark finished a lap down to Marshall in the C, to his enormous regret. Dan finished strong, but his problems dropped him to 8th overall. The A Main was destined to be a ding dong battle between hotshoe drivers, James Kennedy and Jeff Crabtree. Tom Bowman was soldiering on, but really at B Main pace. Steve Jones drove a G, which as Ronnie Jamerson also found out in the round robin, much more sensitive to an electrical gremlin in the white lane. The Storms slowed a bit in the inner section of the track, but the G's slowed to a sickly crawl. Steve worked as long as he could but ended up DNF'ng. Meanwhile at the front, James was running the yellow gutter like it was a hammer lane and built a 4 lap lead over Jeff in the red gutter. Jeff gained back 2 laps on the second segment and 3 more on the third. This led to the final shootout, with James on the best hammer blue lane, down one lap on Jeff, who was on the yellow gutter. Jeff drove the wheels off his Wizzard Storm, to gain another lap on James...leading to a two lap victory after 20 minutes of ballistic, super stock racing.

Super Stock Mains - 5 minutes

1Jeff Crabtree376.12 laps
2James Kennedy374.03 laps
3Tim Keevin349.22 laps
4Tom Bowman337.23 laps
5Bubba Milholen335.07 laps
6Marshall Tucker332.26 laps
7Mark Smith331.24 laps
8Dan Mueller316.12 laps
9Jerry Holley302.22 laps
10Malcolm Tucker297.20 laps
11Mike Ose250.24 laps
12Steve Jones245.01 laps DNF
13Dale White233.03 laps
14Ronnie JamersonDNS

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