Ivory, Price Take AMP Features
CLEARFIELD, Pa. – Pete Ivory and Jamie Price picked up their first feature wins of the 2014 season Saturday night in the Denny’s Beer Barrel Pub Semi Lates and the Srock Contracting Street Stocks at America’s Motorsports Park.
Repeat winners include Duane Stiner in the Randy Sterling Trucking Late Models, Eric Lucas in the WG Satterlee and Sons Pure Stocks and Garrett Watkins in the Clearfield County Metals Four Cylinders. The RUSH Sportsman’s Modifieds win went to Greg Martin.
Neil Wilson came from the third spot to lead the first lap of the Semi Late feature, with Michael Blazer in second and Pete Ivory third. Wilson was able to maintain the lead for the first seven laps, then Ivory took the lead as his son, Paul Ivory soon followed suit and was in second. Paul Ivory tried repeatedly to reel in this father, but Pete was not to be denied his first win ever at AMP. Paul Ivory was second with Wilson, Kevin Dickson and Blazer completing to top five.
Jamie Price beat Bob Rosman off the line to start the Street Stock feature and while he led from start to finish, his win wasn’t really easy, as he had Curtis Teats in second for the first five laps hounding him, before Rosman took the position away, then on lap six, a grinding crash halted the action when Teats got drilled in the driver’s door by Fuzzy Fields. Several others were also involved. On the restart Price continued to lead, with Rosman in second and Johnny Lindenpitz third and that is how the race ended. Chad Rougeaux was fourth and Ray Reynolds was fifth.
The Pure Stocks were led to the line with Ron Winslow on the inside and Eric Lucas on the outside, and at the Eric Lucas on the high side. On the start Lucas took the lead Winslow in second before Mike Duck and BJ Hudson in third. As the race continued Duck and Hudson challenged each other many laps before Hudson took the position for good.
Garrett Watkins came from fourth at the start of the Four Cylinder Feature to take the lead from front row starters Milton Owens and Darren Lucas. While Watkins led the race the entire time, he has Aaron Luzier to contend with, but Luzier couldn’t muster up the power to get the lead from Watkins, as he became the first driver in nine races to repeat in the winners circle. The top five behind Watkins included: Luzier, Dustin Kemp, Ryan Shaffner and Lucas. Heat wins went to Kemp and Luzier.
Duane Stiner; Luke Hoffner; Derek Rodkey; Scott Alvetro; Dwayne Taneyhil; Bill Davis; Dan Boyd; Randy Sterling; Travis Brady; Marvin Williams; Jason Read; John Brady; Steve Scaife; Dan Gill.