Marty Crawford was the fastest NASCAR Whelen All-American Series Outlaw Super Late Model in an abbreviated test session Saturday afternoon at the Kalamazoo Speedway. With the session only lasting 67 minutes before the rain forced the session to be stopped, speedway officials have announced there will be a test session added on Wednesday night. Gates will open at 5:00 and practice will go from 5:30-9:00. Brian Bergakker was second fastest ahead of Rick Senneker, John Long and Billy Shannon.
The Super Stock division saw the Head brothers top the speed chart. Kenny Head ran the fastest lap ahead of his brother Buddy. Chris Shannon was third fastest ahead of Rodney Smith and David Guarino.
Toby Montgomery ran a lap of 14.745 to top the speed charts in the Pro Stock division. Brent Hook was second fastest ahead of defending champion John Foote. Matt Corliss and Keith Wilfong rounded out the top five.
In the Mini Stock division young Chaz Hook was the fastest car on the property with a lap of 15.914. Noah Gallandt was only .147 seconds slower in second place. Logan Knight, Sierra Lantz and Garry Hale completed the top five.
Defending Cyber Stock champion Jack Cook picked up right where he left off with a lap of 16.327 seconds to top the Cyber Stock division. Cliff Lambert was second fastest ahead of young Keegan Dykstra. Dion Vrooman and Doug Nelson rounded out the top five.
Testing will continue on Wednesday night, just three nights before the Intimidator 75 Presented by Lane Automotive for the NASCAR Whelen All-American Series Outlaw Super Late Models coming up Saturday night, April 19. Super Stocks, Pro Stock, Mini Stocks and Cyber Stocks will also kick off their seasons.
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