Create-A-Scape Snatches Late Redneck Racers Victory
When being called a “big shot,” you’re normally the considered the “top dog.”
back and gave me a big shot in the rear, but that was all he had.  From then on out, I just tried to keep my lead.”
Jim Cook’s “Big Shot” looked to have the field covered in Sunday’s Redneck Racers event at Southern National Raceway Park in Kenly, NC.  But just when it looked like the “top dog” was getting ready to check out on the field, his car gave out.

That handed the win to the “Create-A-Scape” ride, driven by Kirby Allen.

“The car was really good, but Jim had all of us covered,” said Allen.  “I was pretty content to settle for second, but then the ‘Big Shot’ started falling off the pace.  I don’t know what went wrong, but I got by him.  Then, he came
The most interesting race of the night came was between “Salvage,” “Vigilante,” and “Area 51.”  The “Vigilante,” driven by Rusty Drye, waged and epic battle back and forth with’s own Bob Dillner in the “Area 51.”  As the two battled, “Savlage,” driven by Gene Loden, sneaked by and into second, where he would eventually finish.

Dillner found himself third after Drye spun the “Vigilante,” but another fierce battle near the end saw the two drivers flip-flop positions.

Dillner wound up fourth, with Clint Baker in the “Crusher” fifth.
The Racing Redneck Series takes to the track next this weekend (May 27) at Concord Motorsport Park.

Kirby Allen's "Create-A-Scape"gets hit from behind by Jim Cook's "Big Shot."
Rusty Drye's "Vigilante" races with Bob Dillner's "Area 51."