Saturday, June 20, 2009

Joanides sweeps NASCAR Super Late Model races for second straight time

Nick Joanides of Woodland Hills swept the NASCAR Super Late Model twin races at Toyota Speedway at Irwindale on Saturday night. It was his fourth win in a row and his eighth of the season in the Super Late Model division at the track.
Rip Michels of San Fernando finished second in both Super Late Model races. He lost the first race by 0.197 seconds and the second by 0.211 seconds.
Joanides leads the Super Late Model standings. He is also the leader in the Late Model standings at the track. For the second time in a row, Joanides swept the Super Late Model twin races. He won both races at the track two weeks ago.
R.J. Johnson of Canyon Country won the NASCAR Super Trucks race. It was his third win in the past four Super Trucks races at the track and his second in a row. Ron Peterson of Riverside was second followed by Mason Britton of Sacramento in third.
Pat Mintey Jr. of Quartz Hill, the leader in the Super Trucks standings at the track, was fourth.
Daryl Scoggins of Sunland won his fourth Mini Stocks race in a row and extended his lead in the Mini Stocks standings at the track.
Jacob Rogers of Riverside, making only his second start of the season, was second. Dennis Croasmun of Alta Loma was third, his best finish in the three races at the track this year.
Dalton Kuhn of San Marcos won the South West Tour Trucks race. Ronnie Davis Jr. of Whittier was second followed by Christian Copley of Santa Ynez. Copley entered the race as the leader in the South West Tour Trucks standings.
Jeff Williams of Newbury Park, the second-place driver in the South West Tour Trucks standings, was involved in a first-lap crash. He was able to finish the race, with severe damage to the front of his truck, and came in sixth.

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