201 Speedway held the second annual Bob Miller Memorial 50 with drivers Brandon Fouts, last year’s winner Jackie Boggs, the 2015 Late Model Truck champ Chris Combs, and Scott Bloomquist on hand. It looked like it would be a good night of racing, and it was.
The winners in the Late Model race at the Johnson County speedway were #1, Greg Johnson; #2, Jackie Boggs; and #3, Brandon Fouts.
Twenty of the 27 Late Models started the July 1 feature. Scott Bloomquist came from the middle of the pack to take the lead. In lapped traffic with seven laps to go, Boggs and Bloomquist made contact, resulting in a flat tire for Bloomquist.
This left an open track for Boggs, who took his second win in the Bob Miller Memorial 50.
On Saturday night at Mountain Motor Speedway, we saw racing in all four divisions. In the Late Model Class, Brandon Fouts in the #81 car took the win, while in Open Wheel Keith Gray won.
In the Bomber, Jim Isom and Tim Mason were winners, and 4-cylinder Miller in #3 and Tyler Hall in #55 finished first in their heats.
The feature saw Stephen Breeding take the Late Model checkered flag, while Keith Gray won in Open Wheel. In the Bomber Class, it was Tim Mason.
The best racing of the night was in the 4-cylinder class. Tyler Hall, who started second, had to run down Miller and then work around him on the final lap to take the victory.