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Catch Up With Who Has Been Winning Where This Weekend
Last Updated: Monday, October 12th at 8:30am ET

ARCA - Justin Allgaier got the best of both worlds as he won the race and the championship at Toledo Speedway (OH).  Scott Speed entered the race as the points lead, but mulitple run-in's with second place points contender Ricky Stenhouse Jr. cost both drivers the championship.

1) Allgaier  2) Matt Carter  3) Frank Kimmel  4) Patrick Sheltra 5) Tom Hessert

ASA Late Model South - David Odell outlasted the rain as ASA Series officials were forced to call the Cotton Picken 100 after only 50 laps at New Senoia Speedway (GA).  Colt James finished second tightening the point lead on Jimmy Lang who finished fifth.  Lang won the pole and started 10th, but the short distance did not allow the point leader enough tim to challenge for the win.  The points battle will go down to the wire next week during the final event at Charlotte County Motorsports Park (FL)

1) Odell,  2) James,  3) Justin Larson, 4) Dustin Dunn, 5) Lang

CRA - David Stremme has been attending the legendary Winchester 400 for most of his life, and has developed a deep love affair with the race and close friendship with Winchester Speedway owner, Charlie Shaw.  This is his 10th Winchester 400 and finally he took the checkered flag as the winner holding off Kyle Busch for the win.  This is Busch's fourth attempt to win The Winchester 400 at the historic high banks and the first one he has finished.  Veteran CRA Super Series driver  Scott Hantz finished third, Donnie Wilson fourth and Aaron Pierce finished fifth.


FASCAR Sunbelt Series - Wayne Anderson made two in a row and three of the least four when he sailed under the checkered flag at New Smyrna Speedway (FL).  Anderson is not battling for the points championship, but the two men who are Tim Russell and Jeremy Colangelo finished second and third. This was a combination race with the Bright House Challenge Series, Russell and Colangelo are duking it out for the Championship in that series as well.

1) Anderson,  2) Russell,  3) Colangelo,  4) Rich Clouser,  5) Brian Finney

Late Models  - Brett Sontag and Tom Smith made their first visits of the season to the ASA-sanctioned Illiana Speedway pay off handsomely Saturday night, finishing 1-2 in the annual Tony Bettenhausen Classic race.

Sontag passed pole-sitter and early race leader Smith on lap 42 of the 100-lap event, and was never headed. Smith fended off challenges from Josh Nelms and 2008 track champion Mike White to hang on for a second place finish.

1) Sontag,  2) Smith,  3) White,  4) Eddie Hoffman Jr., 5) Mike Monroe

LMSC - At Hickory Kyle Grissom took home $5,000 after winning the 250 Late Model Stock Feature at Hickory Motor Speedway's Annual Fall Brawl.  Grissom held off Kevin Leicht for the win.

1) Grissom  2)  Leicht  3) Jamie Yelton  4) Colman Pressley  5) Zeke Shell

LMSC - At Caraway Speedway (NC) the $10,000 Mid-Atlantic Championship 350 went to Owen KellyMatt McCall was second with Tommy Lemons Jr., Ryan Wilson, Kelly Kingery

NASCAR CW East Series - In a wild finish Peyton Sellers took home the win in the final race of the season at Stafford Motor Speedway (CT).  Sellers made contact with leader Ted Christopher on the final lap, Christopher went for a spin while Sellers went to victory lane.  Christopher took the lead after he made contact with Brian Ickler late in the race.

1) Sellers,  2)  Trevor Bayne,  3) Jesus Hernandez,  4) Austin Dillon,  5) Eddie MacDonald  


NASCAR Whelen Modified Tour - Mike Stefanik capped off a dominating weekend at Stafford Motor Speedway by reaching Victory Lane in the CARQUEST Fall Final for the eighth time in his illustrious career.

Stefanik (No. 16 Diversified Metals/Ace Moldings Pontiac) won the Coors Light Pole Award on Saturday and used the front row starting position to his advantage as he led 129 of the 150 laps in Sunday’s race.

The win Stefanik's eighth in the Fall Final, Stafford's traditional season-ending race. It was also his 20th all-time win at track and the 69th in his career overall. All three totals are NASCAR Whelen Modified Tour records.

Matt Hirschman (No. 59 Ed Bennett Properties Chevrolet) came home second to Stefanik on Sunday. With the runner-up finish, Hirschman now trails series leader Ted Christopher by just 35 points with one race remaining on the schedule. Christopher (No. 36 Al-Lee Installations Chevrolet) finished sixth.

1)  Stefanik  2) Hirschman  3) Chuck Hossfeld  4) Todd Szegedy  5) Eric Beers


PASS Pluffybilt Racing Tractors Sportsman Series - Dan McKeage won the PASS Sportsman season finale on Saturday night at Riverside Speedway (NH).  Richie Morse clinched the series championship.

PLM - On Friday, Sixteen-year-old Johanna Long became the first female to win a Pro Late Model feature race at Five Flags Speedway (FL) earlier this year and now she is the first woman to win a points championship at the Pensacola, FL track as well. Long finished fifth in friday's PLM finale, securing the title. Ryan Crane, winner of the Blizzard Series Super Late Model finale at Five Flags two weeks ago, won the PLM feature friday night.

1) Crane,  2) Logan Boyett,  3) Shane Sawyer,  4) Brandon Carlson,  5) Johanna Long

PLM - On Saturday at Mobile International Speedway Johanna Long backed up her Five Flags Speedway Pro Late Model Championship with a victory at Mobile in the Lee Fields Memorial 100.  By finishing fourth Steven Davis easily won the track Pro Late Model title. 

1)  Long,  2) Boyett,  3) Josh Bragg,  4) Davis,  5) Jeremy Mullinax