“Quade Sunday Star in Potomac Late Models”

“Florida’s Neiheiser Rolls in Modifieds”

By Doug Watson

    Budds Creek, MD (5/26/24)- Mechanicsville’s Derick Quade continued his tremendous start to the 2024 season with a win in last Sunday evenings 30 lap “Ernie Jones Memorial” at Potomac Speedway. Quades second career Late Model score, worth $3022, came steering his potent Longhorn No.74 and it would be his third overall track victory of the season.
    Quade shot from the pole into the race lead and without question had the fastest car in the field as he would lead all 30 laps in rather dominating fashion. Kenny Moreland took second with Kyle Hardy, Jamie Lathroum and Donald Lingo Jr. completing the top five.
    Panama City, Florida’s Todd Neiheiser held off a furious late race, rush by eventual runner-up Ray Kable, his first career Potomac feature win in the 30 lap Modified Mafia touring series event. Michael Altobelli, Ty Norder and Austin Holcombe would round out the top five. 
    In other Sunday night action Tanner Jones took top honors in the 15 lap Legends feature, Wyatt Hanson drove to his second consecutive and third of the season in the 15 lap Street Stock feature, Shawn Payne took the 15 lap Ucar contest with Jonny Oliver taking the win in the 10 lap vintage car event.

Late Models (30 laps)
Derick Quade, Kenny Moreland, Kyle Hardy, Jamie Lathroum, Donald Lingo Jr, Trevor Collins, Trever Feathers, Dale Hollidge, Rob Schirmer, Amanda Robinson, Sam Archer, Carl Vaughn, Wayne Bryant, Roy Deese Jr, Jonathan Raley

Modifieds (30 laps)
Todd Neiheiser, Ray Kable, Michael Altobelli, Ty Norder, Austin Holcombe, Austin Wayne Self, Ricky Hulson, Gary Dillon, Zach Tate, Brent Bordeaux, Sam Lamborgini, Ryan Ayers, TJ DeHaven, Robbie Kramer, Mike Ciezobka, Cole Hilton, Taylor Cook, Jimmy Jesmer Jr, Scooter Tippett

Street Stocks (15 laps)
Wyatt Hanson, Sam Archer, PJ Hatcher, Matt Tarbox, Bobby Miexsall, Delmar “Cooter” Grady, Gerald Shannon, Bradley Shannon, Mason Hanson, Johnny Burch, Dylan Rutherford, Kyle Randall, Tommy Wagner Jr, Stevie Gingery, John Cobb, Steve Hilgenburg DNS- Ben Pirner, James Rainey, Jason Penn

Legends (15 laps)
Tanner Jones, Colton Friese, Scott Houdeshell, Devin Friese, Mike Racine, Jake Locklear, Shawn Abney, Logan Jones, Justin Wagaman, Scott Musselman, Kelby Friese, Joe Racine, Logan Carbaugh, Eli Dodge, Grady McGren, Tyler Rampmyer DNS- Brian Rampmyer, Wayne Dutterer

U Cars (15 laps)
Shawn Payne, Faith Lacey, Joey Suite, Keith Brown, Austin Crouse, Randy Wilkins, Tim Steele, Brooke Bowles, John Burch, Travis Dye, Brandon Crenshaw, George Burch, Rebecca Stone, Riley Gray, Kevin Lacey, Brittany Sirakowski, Trevor Hammett

Vintage (10 laps)

Jonny Oliver, JT Bowie, Brian Lederhouse




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