Ingram wins in final season race at speedway

Published 12:00 am Tuesday, November 1, 2005

The night air brought in a chill Saturday at SCS, but that didn’t stop the fans from cheering on their favorite drivers. It was cold, but the double points racing was just as exciting as always. The kids were treated to free cupcakes and candy, and Donald Vickery provided a hayride to

celebrate the season closer and Halloween weekend.

There was a &8220;Spookiest Car&8221; contest in which David Davis took the prize for his Spider Car. Johnny Parker also entered with his car decorated as Casper.

Starting the main event in the Hobby class was Donald Ingram on the pole. After a nice battle for the checkers he finished the race in first position.

Points champion Gary Ingram finished second and points runner up Chris Revis took the third spot.

In the Pure Stock event, Wayne Spradlin brought home a first place finish with Johnny &8220;Doodle&8221; Parker in second.

Heat winner David Davis finished third after some mechanical difficulties.

Pure Ponies were up next and were again the largest class of the night.

David Kilgore finished the season with another victory under his belt. Jerry Lopez took the second spot and Jeremy Williams brought home third.

The Crate Models were now up and after a great time trial. Toney Revis brought home yet another win.

Finishing in the second spot was Adam Morning. Other finishers were not available at presstime.

In the Limited Late models after several cautions, the the win went to new driver Steven Pate. Craig Brogden finished second and rounding out the top three was Mike Taylor.

The Thunder and Lightning class had two starters in the main after some drivers had mechanical trouble during Hot Laps. Another new driver Mike McCharles took first with Charles Davenport not far behind in the second spot.

Finishing out the night were the Hoggs. As flagman Scott Blackman threw the last checkered flag of the season, Bobby Butler brought home another win with points champion Gary Woods coming in second. Ferrell Spradlin was close behind in the third spot