- May 27 - Winchester Speedway by Sam Holbrooks


Three State Flyers: Myers From Ninth For Winchester Win

Bob Vores

WINCHESTER, Va. - May 27. D.J. Myers has definitely proved he is the man to beat at Winchester Speedway. Myers, driving The Gunters Honey owned machine, captured the 35 lap Winchester/ Hagerstown Three State Flyers show Friday at Winchester Speedway from his ninth starting position.

Thirty Late Models checked into the pit area for the $3000 to win main event, and the 30-lap main started with J.T. Spence and Jonathan Dehaven leading the field to the green with Spence taking the top spot. The duo ran one and two for the first eight laps as a caution would fly for Ronnie Dehaven, Jr.

Caution flew again on lap 15 for a slow moving Keith Jackson. Spence still led the way with Dehaven second, while ninth starting Myers had worked his way into third. On lap 19, Myers made the pass on Dehaven and set his sights on Spence, and after the final caution on lap 25 reset the field, Myers made his move on lap 27 to take the top spot and never look back. Spence held second, with Miller third over Stuhler and Tommy Armel.

May 27 - Winchester Speedway Three-State Flyers
1. D.J. Myers, 2. J.T. Spence, 3. Jeremy Miller, 4. Gary Stuhler, 5. Tommy Armel, 6. Josh Richards, 7. Jonathan Dehaven, 8. Jason Covert, 9. Devin Friese, 10. Austin Hubbard, 11. Kyle Hardy, 12. Jamie Lathroum, 13. Nick Dickson, 14. Brian Tavenner, 15. Scott Labarron, 16. C.S. Fitzgerald, 17. Mike Lupher, 18. Walter Crouch, 19. Kenny Pettyjohn, 20. Tony Crim, 21. Wayne Johnson, 22. Jerry Bard, 23. Keith Jackson, 24. Ronnie Dehaven, Jr.
Consolation race (30 entries): Kyle Hardy


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Russ Scheffler at Calumet Co. Fairgrounds

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