Miller Wins the Battle; Clawson Wins the War in Kalamazoo Klassic 200kalamazoo
Outlaw Cyber Stock driver Bob Miller picked up his first ever Enduro victory in an impressive drive Sunday night at Kalamazoo Speedway. Miller held off Ed Clawson, whose second place finish was more than enough to secure him the Enduro Series championship for 2015. Adam Wilfong ran a solid third ahead of Terry Ferrell and Dave Edmonds. Alan Thornton led the second half of the top ten over Betty Culp, Rielly Meade, Sean Elkins and newly crowned Flip Flop Cyber Stock champion Brock Sweeter.
Paige Derrick, younger sister of Flip Flop Cyber Stock driver Brooke Derrick, collected the win in the twelve lap ladies only “Powder Puff” race. Derrick held off Jamie VanDusen, Amanda Fricke, Juliet Sweeter and Kyra Donald for the victory.
This Saturday, September 12 is the annual Call of Wild Presented by Raceceiver and Howe Patio & Window. It is a true “Run What Ya Brung”, which will feature a 50 lap, $1,500 to win event. As always, the event will also have a world-record breaking attempt during the “Howe Patio & Window Qualifying Showdown”, where the top five cars from final practice will have twenty-five minutes to attempt to break the world record of 10.020 seconds for a 3/8 mile track. The five drivers will bring home $500-$400-$300-$200-$100 and if one of them breaks the world record the will receive another $500, for a total of $1,000.
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