Karrick, Wray, Higley winners on Worth Harley Davidson Night at Lakeside Speedway
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July 25, 2014  |  by Rick & Alan Staley

KANSAS CITY, Kan. -- USRA Modifieds were in fine form as two of the greats would battle side by side early using both high line and low line on a near perfect racing surface Friday night at the Lakeside Speedway. The familiar face of Tim Karrick would put his McCarthy Auto Group #1k into McCarthy Auto-Group victory lane. Karrick would use the high line to perfection as he would pass Mark Schafman and never look back on his way to victory. Dustin Boney would find the high line late to power his way to a second place finish. Kerry Davis would search the track high and low looking for speed and get by the fast Schafman to finish third, leaving the one-time leader Schafman fourth. Mark Hoover was among the top runners the entire race and would end the night in fifth place. Heat race winners were Karrick and Schafman.

USRA B-Mods witnessed the return of Mike Higley after a two-month layoff race his way past all challengers to McCarthy Auto-Group victory lane. Higley and Yancy Shepard would exchange the lead multiple times with Higley prevailing in the end. Current point leader Chad Clancy would battle Ed Noll side by side to the checkers to finish second, leaving a very fast Noll in third place. Shadren Turner was the big mover of the race coming through the pack to place a very consistent fourth, with Jake Richards fifth. Heat race winners included Higley, Clancy, Noll and Jacob Hobscheidt. The B-Feature winner was Luke Nieman.

As usual, the USRA Stock Cars would put on an edge of the seat nail biting feature to the checkered flag. Dean Wray would pick up feature number one at Lakeside Speedway on the 2014 racing season. Wray would battle side by side with Kevin Anderson gaining inches per lap to edge Anderson at the line leaving Anderson in second. Gene Stigall continues to find Lakeside Speedway to his liking backing up his two feature wins with a solid third place finish. Big mover of the race was Marshall Jewett using the high line to move through the pack on his way to a fourth place finish. Early race leader Eddie Ingram would fade late to place fifth. Heat race winners were Joe Smith Jr., Ingram and Anderson.



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