Fain has TOMS covered at Wichita Speedway
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March 31, 2017  |  by Keith Pirtle

Tommy Fain, in his No. 90.5 MB Custom Modified, had the field covered Friday night on the Wichita Speedway high-banked red dirt track.

Fain led the field to the green flag, jumped to the high side, rode the ridge and never looked back.

All race challenges were for the second finishing spot, including Phil Dixon who was running second in the early stages of the 25-lap feature before an early challenge from Triston Dycus.

The two swapped spots multiple times, and then midway through the race the only caution waved when Kevin Sustaire tangled with the turn 3 wall.

On the restart, Fain set the pace and jumped out to the lead but now the field was bunched up, allowing Phillip Houston to take his shot for that second spot by making some amazing moves through lapped traffic, but eventually the cushion bit him and allowed Dycus and Dixon to get by.

At the finish line it was Fain taking the $1,500 top prize followed by Dycus, Dixon, Houston and Logan Robertson filling out the five cars in the tech area.

Next stop for the TOMS gang will be Saturday, April 22, at the Superbowl Speedway in Greenville, Texas, followed by Saturday, April 29, at the Lawton Speedway in Lawton, Okla.

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OFFICIAL RESULTS
United States Racing Association
Summit Racing USRA Weekly Racing Series
Touring Outlaw Modified Series (TOMS)
Wichita Speedway, Wichita Falls, Texas
Friday, March 31, 2017

USRA MODIFIEDS

Heat Race #1:
1. 14t Triston Dycus
2. 87 John Webb
3. 05 Ronnie Gould Jr.

Heat Race #2:
1. 90.5 Tommy Fain
2. 34n C.A. Nix
3. 10c Chris Cary

Heat Race #3:
1. 71 Phillip Houston
2. A1 Phil Dixon
3. D25 David Tanner

Day Motor Sports "A" Main :
1. 90.5 Tommy Fain
2. 14t Triston Dycus
3. A1 Phil Dixon
4. 71 Philip Houston
5. 23 Logan Robertson
6. 87 John Webb
7. 34n C.A. Nix
8. 56 Troy Taylor
9. 14x Josh Landers
10. 49 Chad Howell
11. D25 David Tanner
12. 51x Danny Florence
13. 30 John Nemetz
14. 05 Ronnie Gould Jr.
15. 75 Kenneth Densman
16. 31b Brandon Pinson
17. 95 Shawn Johnson
18. 7x Rory Jordan
19. 71k Kevin Sustaire
20. 74 Jasen Hammond
21. 10c Chris Cary
22. 78 Billy Jack Brutchen

Lap Leader: Fain 1-25.

Contingency Awards:
Smiley’s Hard Charger – Nemetz.
Superior Hard Charger – Nemetz.
Milton Clark Performance Warehouse – Johnson.
Day Motor Sports Tire Winner – Robertson.
MLH Racing Products – Landers.
41 Shocks – Howell.
Precision Fabrication High Point – Fain.



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