Saturday’s portion of Winchester 400 weekend was rained out, pushing all four of Saturday’s races to Sunday morning at 10:00am. Qualifying for the ASA STARS National Tour was canceled and times were based off of second practice results, which gave Ty Majeski his second Go Fas Racing Pole Award of the season. The CRA Late Model Sportsman and Street Stocks, Midwest Modifieds Tour, and Crown Vics all put on a show to open up Winchester 400 race day.
Winchester 400 Weekend Winners
Along with the four divisions that competed on Sunday, the JEGS/CRA All-Stars Tour and Vore’s Compact Touring Series crowned champions on Friday night along with New Stars Races for the CRA Late Model Sportsman and Street Stocks. Here are the winners and champions from each division.
Friday: JEGS/CRA All-Stars Tour Winner/Champion: Chase Burda Vore’s Compact Touring Series Winner/Champion: Tom Gossar CRA Late Model Sportsman New Stars Winner: Shawn Grace CRA Street Stock New Stars Winner: Duane Damon
Sunday Morning: CRA Late Model Sportsman Winner: Jon Beach Champion: Caleb Reschar CRA Street Stock Winner/Champion: Dalton Conner Midwest Modifieds Tour Winner/Champion: Matt Dimit Crown Vics Winner: Zach Stacy
Special Guests Join Winchester 400 Broadcast
A pair of special guests were on the broadcast for the Winchester 400 on Sunday. Two-time race winner and ASA National Tour champion Gary St.Amant joined Adam Mackey in the booth in a color commentator role for the second time in three years. Additionally, MRN pit reporter Steve Post patrolled pit road for the race, knocking off a marquee race from his personal bucket list.
Politicians Take Part in Winchester 400 Pre-Race
Wichester, IN Mayor Bob McCoy, Indiana House Representative JD Prescott, and Indiana District 26 State Senator Scott Alexander were all on hand to take part in the Winchester 400 festivities. It was during pre-race that track owner Charlie Shaw was presented with House Resolution 32 honoring him on his life of hard work and passion.
Diverse Field Takes On High Banks
A total of 24 drivers took the green flag for the Winchester 400 on Sunday. 13 states were represented in the field, along with three countries (United States, Canada, and Mexico). Michigan was the most represented with six drivers in the field, followed by Indiana and Florida with three each.