Weitholder on a roll at the Spoon

Kids Candy Dash

A big showing of the future of dirt track racing showed up for the annual Kids Candy Dash night. Promoter Brad Denney hid nickels in the candy and whoever found one traded it in for a $5 bill.


In racing action DirtCar Modified driver Dave Weitholder continued his winning ways at Spoon by leading all 20 laps and picking up his second feature win in a row and third of the season at the Spoon in a yellow riddled race.


Kyle McMahon picked up his first feature win in the DirtCar Pro Late Models.


Justin Vanduren picked up his second feature win in a row in the Street Stock division.

K Anderson

Kevin Anderson picked up his first ever feature win at the Spoon in the E/B Mod division leading all 20 laps.


Kenny Butterfield was back in victory lane in the DirtCar Hornet division.