DeVilbiss tops USRA Modifieds, Flores and Ray win again at Southern New Mexico Speedway
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April 21, 2017  |  by Ruben Mireles

Zane DeVilbiss won the USRA Modified feature.

Friday night lights at the Southern New Mexico called for a back-to-back outstanding night of racing on the second night of the 3rd Annual Spring Fling presented by Sound & Signal.

Out-Pace USRA B-Mod was pretty good with 16 entries checking in. The 20-lap feature was led by Rick Hall for two laps before giving way to Jimmy Ray on lap three. Noah Hollingshead won the battle and ran to second a few laps later with Justin Allen and Dickie Gorham joining the party.

Allen and Gorham battled for third while Gregory Gorham, Jesse Hayne and Hall battled three wide behind them for fifth. Ray continued to run away and went on to score his second win of the weekend.

Six Holley USRA Stock Cars checked in for battle after losing Jason Josselyn before the races even started as his engine locked up in the pits before the races.

Donavon Flores started on the pole with Nathan Smith to his outside. At the green, Flores took off from the pack and kept his perfect weekend alive with his second win in as many days.

Nineteen USRA Modifieds checked in for battle and Zane DeVilbiss and Royal Jones shared the front row.

DeVilbiss ran away with the lead while Royal Jones had a handful of Bumper Jones. The father and son battle ended with Bumper Jones second while Royal Jones found himself along side with Tom Georges for third. Fito Gallardo, who started 18th, was battling Jared Perez for fifth by lap six when the race's second caution flew. Later, Fito Gallardo and Jake Gallardo invaded the top five and it was DeVilbiss over Bumper Jones with Fito Gallardo side by side with Jake Gallardo for third.

DeVilbiss didn't let lapped traffic slow him down and eventually held off Jake Gallardo to win the main event.



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