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Held on January 27, 2018 at East Bay Raceway Park in Gibsonton, FL
40 L, 13.32 M, 21.44 KM - Scheduled Distance

RESULTS
Fin St # Driver Sponsor Make Laps Led Status Pts
1 90 Tim Gay NB Graphix & Apparel, Rowland & Son Tree Service 40 20 running
2 9 Brian Morgan 40 0 running
3 24 Dennis Williams Plumb Crazy Plumbing 40 20 running
4 69H Richie Stephens Deuce Racing, Love Stuff 40 0 running
5 69K Scotty Kay, Jr. Deuce Racing, Love Stuff 40 0 running
6 22 Thomas Pratt 40 0 running
7 20 Zach Amundsen Fusion Transport Services, LaRoche Wrecker & Towing 40 0 running
8 95 Justin Rodgers Outlaw Wheel Restoration, Florida Organic Solutions 40 0 running
9 33 Trent Wilson 40 0 running
10 44 Tim Powers 40 0 running
11 55 Buck Woodhouse Northbay Auto Body 39 0 running
12 40W J.R. Welden 39 0 running
13 2 Jason Harrison 39 0 running
14 12J Jason Burnside A Learning Space Academy 38 0 running
15 191 Josh Sigler Mopar 35 0 running
16 69x Jim Baker Florida State Concrete Cutting & Core Drilling, J&S Plumbing 34 0 running
17 04 Charles Christian 26 0 running
18 39 Craig Montesi, Jr. Tire Zone Total Car Care 12 0 running
19 32 Raymond Vann 12 0 running
20 12 Jesse Brown Fosters Auto & Truck Repair, Coastal Cleanup 1 0 out
RACE DATA
Failed to Qualify:
Time of Race: 0:31:27
Starting Lineup Set By: Preliminary Points + Qualifying Heats
Fast Qualifier:
Heat Winners: Richie StephensTrent Wilson
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Margin of Victory: 0.607 seconds
Average Speed: ??? mph
Cautions: 5 for 0 laps - lap 13; lap 15; lap 21; lap 25; lap 26
Lead Changes: 2 among 2 drivers - Tim Gay 1-18; Dennis Williams 19-38; Gay 39-40
STATISTICALLY SPEAKING
Dennis Williams, Thomas Pratt, Brian Morgan, Justin Rodgers, Tim Gay and Tim Powers were locked in based on the first three nights' results.