Nix captures second TOMS win at Lawton
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July 22, 2017  |  by Keith Pirtle

The Touring Outlaw Modified Series rolled into Lawton Speedway with 24 USRA Modifieds for the Saturday evening show.

With no luck in the draw, C.A. Nix started eighth in his heat race. Dicing through traffic, he managed to finish in the top eight in passing points. His luck improved on the redraw with the fourth starting position for the Day Motor Sports "A" Main.

At the drop of the green flag for the 25-lap feature that went green to checkered without a caution, Triston Dycus set the pace for the first 14 laps. Nix worked his way up to Dycus's bumper, holding pace until lapped traffic got involved.

With the help of lapped car at lap 15, Nix made the high line work enough to get around Dycus and the lapped car in one move. With Nix out front, he worked through traffic and kept Dycus at bay to collect his second TOMS victory of the season.

The Touring Outlaw Modified Series will next race on Friday, July 28, at the RPM Speedway in Crandall, Texas, and then Saturday, July 29, at the Devil's Bowl Speedway in Mesquite, Texas, for the two-night of Hella Shrine Classic.

Special thanks to our sponsors: S&S Fishing & Rental, Day Motor Sports, Fritzphoto, Pulse Racing Innovation, Sunoco Racing Products, Five1Seven Design, All-Star Signs by Wesley, KR Promotions, Superior Wheels, Frozen Ropes Training Center, Milt Clark Performance Warehouse, Superior Steering Wheel, MLH Racing Products, Love Graphics, Wichita Tank, Wicked Race Cars, Precision Fabrication Race Car Bodies, Awards N More, OK Freightways, 41 Shocks, Southern Oklahoma Speedway, Bailey’s Country Store & BBQ, Josh Landers & Family and Deatherage Certified Opticians.

Special thanks to all of the Lawton Speedway fans and staff for your help and support of the Touring Outlaw Modified Series.

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United States Racing Association
Summit USRA Weekly Racing Series
Touring Outlaw Modified Series (TOMS)
Lawton Speedway, Lawton, Okla.
Saturday, Jul;y 22, 2017


Heat #1: (1s) Stanley Reed, (56) Troy Taylor, (49) Chad Howell, (10c) Chris Cary, (711) Tanner Houston, (57k) Kelly King, (121) Dylan Ballard, (31b) Brandon Pension.

Heat #2: (14) Travis Bragg, (14t) Triston Dycus, (74) Jason Hammond, (7x) Rory Jordan, (25d) Donnie Shipp, (w71) Harold Winton Jr, (30) John Nemetz, (27) Bart Jackson.

Heat #3: (71) Phillip Houston, (1j) James Reed, (15w) Kale Westover, (34n) C.A. Nix, (20) Ronnie Welborn, (15c) Cam Case, (13) Chase Malave, (95) Shawn Johnson.

Day Motor Sports A-Main: (34n) C.A. Nix, (14t) Triston Dycus, (71) Phillip Houston, (1s) Stanley Reed, (1j) James Reed, (56) Troy Taylor, (15w) Kale Westover, (49) Chad Howell, (14) Travis Bragg, (711) Tanner Houston, (20) Ronnie Welborn, (74) Jason Hammond, (121) Dylan Ballard, (25d) Donnie Shipp, (10c) Chris Cary, (7x) Rory Jordan, (57k) Kelly King, (15c) Cam Case, (31b) Brandon Pension, (30) John Nemetz, (13) Chase Malave, (w71) Harold Winton Jr-NS, (27) Bart Jackson-NS, (95) Shawn Johnson-NS.

Lap Leaders: Dycus 1-14, Nix 15-25.

Contingency Awards:
Pulse Racing: Winton.
Deatherage Opticians: Nix.
Day Motor Sports: Jordan.
Smiley’s Hard Charger: Ballard.
Superior Hard Charger: Ballard.

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