Jones doubles down at Wake County

(Raleigh, NC) Goldsboro native Clay Jones had to start the first 30 Lap feature of the night from the 4th position after struggling in qualifying with an ill handling car. The late models would be the first division of the night to race which did not give the team a lot of time to adjust on the car. Zachary Marks would lead the field to the green flag alongside Alex Fleming who qualified 2nd followed by Dylon Wilson in 3rd.

Marks would continue to lead until problems occurred on his #17 machine which resulted in him finishing 9th in the first twin race of the night. This would result in Alex Fleming taking over the lead. As the race continued Jones managed to work his way around Wilson and Fleming to take home the first Twin 30 race of the night.

After the race, officials determined that there would be a 5 car invert for the second race.

This resulted in Cory Walker starting on the point alongside Stephen Ford starting in 2nd. Walker would stay out front for the first handful of laps until he came under pressure from Fleming. The field continued to be shuffled around after a contact filled race. Jones reeled in Fleming towards the end of the race and make a late race pass around him. Jones would go on to win his 4th race of the season and extend his points lead over Alex Fleming and Dylon Wilson. Wake County will be back in action June 23rd.

Race #1 Results

  1. Clay Jones
  2. Dylon Wilson
  3. Alex Fleming
  4. Stephen Ford
  5. Cory Walker
  6. Kevin Jefferys
  7. Sammy Pacitti
  8. Bobby Morris
  9. Zachary Marks

Race #2 Results

  1. Clay Jones
  2. Alex Fleming
  3. Dylon Wilson
  4. Sammy Pacitti
  5. Cory Walker
  6. Stephen Ford
  7. Kevin Jefferys
  8. Zachary Marks
  9. Bobby Morris

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