latemodelamerica.com - May 29 - Duck River Speedway
LateModelAmerica.com by Sam Holbrooks

 
 

 

Ray Cook at Duck River Speedway Tennessee Super Series 

Coming off of a ninth place finish in the "Show-Me 100" in Missouri Saturday night, Ray Cook stopped in at Duck River Speedway on his way home to North Carolina and picked up a cool $4,000 for his night's work. Brad Neat (#25) ran second until cutting down a tire.  (Connie Putnam)

 

Ray Cook CF at Duck River Speedway

North Carolina veteran Ray Cook after his Tennessee Super Series win at Duck River Speedway.  (Jason M. Neeley photo)

 

Tennessee Super Series: Cook nets $4000 TSS Victory at Duck River Speedway

 

Joshua Plant

 

WHEEL, Tenn. - May 29.  Ray Cook of Brasstown, N.C.,  fresh off  a ninth place finish at the "Show-Me 100" in Wheatland. Mo., crashed the party at the Tennessee Super Series $4000 To-Win at Duck River Speedway Sunday.

  

Cook led the field to the green for the 40 lap event and quickly jumped out to the lead, followed by Brad Neat, Tanner English, Anthony Burroughs, and Terry English before the first caution of the night fell on lap five for the second place car of Neat, who slowed down on the speedway for a cut down tire.

 

Coret Posey - Dean Carpenter - Riley Hickman

With Corinth, Mississippi's Dean Carpenter taking the middle ground, #16 Corey Posey and #1 Riley Hickman battle their way to fourth and fifth place at Duck River. (Connie Putnam) 

 

The second and final caution waved on the lap six restart for the #12* of Tyler Landers, who cut down a tire. When the field rolled back around for the green flag, Cook wasted no time to get the jump and stretched out ahead of the second place car of Burroughs. The race went green for the remainder of the 40 laps, and Cook mastered the lapped traffic as if he were on a Sunday afternoon drive. After leading all 40 laps, Cook led Burroughs, who was followed by Terry English, Corey Posey, and Riley Hickman.

 

Josh Putnam - Tanner English at Duck River Speedway Tennessee Super Series

Young Tanner English and #212 Josh Putnam race for position at Duck River before Putnam picked up seventh place and English finished ninth. (Connie Putnam)

 

With 32 teams signed into the event to try their hand at the $4000 pay day, Cook set fast time with a 13.128-second lap, earning him the pole position for the 40-lap event. Neat, of Dunnville, Ky. qualified second, followed by:Tanner English, Dean Carpenter, Burroughs, Terry English, Mark Fields, and Hickman, who were all locked into the feature.

 

  

Tenn. Super Series - Duck River Speedway
1) Ray Cook , 2) Anthony Burroughs, 3) Terry English, 4) Corey Posey, 5) Riley Hickman, 6) Daniel Miller, 7) Josh Putnam, 8) Tony Morris, 9) Tanner English, 10) Scott Cook, 11) David Brannon, 12) Kasey Hall, 13) Mark Fields, 14) Brad Neat, 15) David Gentry ,16) Jeff Watson, 17) Mark Haddon, 18) Dean Carpenter, 19) David Seibers, 20) Steven Ashby ,21) Jeremy Taylor, 22) Jerry Ashley, 23) Brad Skinner, 24) Tyler Landers
Fast Time (32 entries): Cook (13.128); Heat winners: Posey, Putnam, Morris, Scott Cook; Last Chance race winner: Gentry

Thomas Hendickson photo

 

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