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Fields, Haddon make Winchester trip pay off

Posted on Tuesday, July 28, 2015 at 6:22 pm

Mark Haddon, of Estill Springs, inherited the win in the Two-barrel Late Model division at Winchester Speedway in July 25 when apparent winner Jay Brinkley failed post-race inspection. (Photo by Dana Webb Bates)

Mark Haddon, of Estill Springs, inherited the win in the Two-barrel Late Model division at Winchester Speedway in July 25 when apparent winner Jay Brinkley failed post-race inspection. (Photo by Dana Webb Bates)

WINCHESTER, Tenn. — Mark Fields, of Lawrenceburg, made a rare appearance at Winchester Speedway pay off on Saturday night as he drove to a Super Late Model victory at the 1/3-mile clay oval. Fields outran Jerry Ashley, of Elora, multi-time winner in 2015 and a former track champion. David Brannon was third, while Mark Haddon was fourth ahead of Matthew Summers.

Joseph Faulkner, Michael Williams, Josh Ingleburger, Cale Finley and Mark Gant completed the 10-car field.

Mark Haddon, of nearby Estill Springs, inherited the victory in the Two-barrel Late Model division when apparent winner Jay Brinkley was disqualified during post-race inspection. Jadon Frame moved up to second, while Randy Gifford, Brian Hudson and Jordan Judge rounded out the top five.

The Crate Late Models featured a strong 19-car field and was topped by Danny Gill. Robert Ardry was the runner up, with Shawn Mooneyhan third, Dustin Harris fourth and Chris Harris fifth.

Jason James won the Modified Stock race ahead of Bobby Bradford and Timothy Wilson. Gary Tucker and Jerry Nelson were fourth and fifth, respectively.

Greg Smartt topped a 14-car Street Stock main event, with Dewayne Hicks second and Matthew Renner third. Jimmy Cree was fourth and Thomas Hall crossed the stripe in fifth.

In Mini Stock action, Freddie Smith outpaced Justin Sells and Matt Jackson. Jackie Hentz came home fourth in front of Justin Farless.

One of the biggest fields of the season in the Vintage Dwarf division saw 13 cars on hand and David Ryan Ensey in the familiar Ip2 machine claimed the checkered flag ahead of Isaac Conn, Ryan Ruff, Kelley Nunley and Chandler Conn.

—From Track and Staff Reports

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Multiple winner Jerry Ashley was second behind Mark Fields on July 25 at Winchester Speedway in the Super Late Model main event. (Photo by Dana Webb Bates)

Multiple winner Jerry Ashley was second behind Mark Fields on July 25 at Winchester Speedway in the Super Late Model main event. (Photo by Dana Webb Bates)

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