Ronnie Johnson sets sail
for a $4,000 Southern All Stars win in the Boyd's Speedway "Cabin Fever 40". (Thomas Hendrickson)
Johnson Anything But Outgunned at Boyd's
"Cabin Fever 40"
RINGGOLD, Ga. - March 19. Ronnie Johnson may have surprised his fellow Late Model competitors after he led all
40 laps of the Southern All-Stars Dirt Racing Series "Cabin Fever 40" event, pocketing the $4,000 prize money. It
marked the Tennessee veteran's 60th career win with the tour.
Johnson's familiar #5 mount was powered by a new GM all aluminum CT525
Chris Madden rallies past Jonathan Davenport on his way to second place at Boyd's Speedway. Madden
started 11th.(Thomas Hendrickson)
crate motor, just last month approved by the Southern All Stars as part of its spec engine racing package.
Johnson swept qualifying and the feature event, while Chris Madden came from 11th to finish just behind Johnson.
Chris Wall rumbles past #116 Randy Weaver after Wall was involved in a first lap spin that sent him to
the rear of the SAS "Cabin Fever" starting field. (Thomas
Davenport raced with Randy Weaver the entire distance for third.
Chris Wall of Holden, La. came from the rear to round out the five after a spin after the start sent his third
starting #71 car to the rear. As the field scattered in that incident, current top ten driver Anthony Burroughs was
caught up and was the first to retire from the race.
Scott Creel checks out Brandon Kinzer's low side as the pair race at midfield during the SAS event at
Boyd's. (Thomas Hendrickson)