Chase Murphy was a trophy winner in Late Models on Saturday night at Caraway Speedway. (Courtesy photo)
ASHEBORO – Jason York and Chase Murphy were winners in the Late Models class Saturday night at Caraway Speedway.
Twin features were held in many classes.
York had the fastest qualifying time and went on to win the first race in the division. Former NASCAR Cup Series driver Jeremy Mayfield placed fifth in the first race and 10th in the second race.
Murphy moved to the front at the beginning of the second race and went on to win.
Camden Thomas was the runner-up in both races. York, the track’s points leader, was fourth in the second race.
In Challengers, Allen Vance had a wire-to-wire victory in the first race, but that result was later overturned.
The second race involved a scrap between Vance and Brody Duggins following a wreck, which wrapped up with Duggins’ car on top of Vance’s car. Vance’s actions in the ensuing scuffle resulted in his disqualification and wiped out all his results for the night.
Matthew Smith was the original runner-up in the first Challengers feature, but his car failed inspection. So Duggins, who was third in the first race, was moved to the top spot on that rundown of results.
The second race standings showed Blake Shupe in first place and Nicolas Graham in second.
In 602 Modifieds, Jaxon Casper captured first place in both features. Second place in both races went to Josh Lowder and third place belonged to Justice Calabro each time.
There were a pair of 10-lap UCARs races with Steven Collins winning the first and Justin Smith prevailing in the second.
In Bootleggers, Jon Morton won both races, with the 10-lap events having identical results for all the entrants. Bentley Black had a pair of second-place finishes.
In U.S. Legends, Josh Lowe was the winner after leader Neal Dulin’s crash. London McKenzie placed second.
The Bandoleros victory went to Rylan Lowder.
The next race night for Caraway Speedway comes Aug. 5. That includes a Demo Derby plus class racing in Challengers, UCARs and Bootleggers.