Greg from the race team dropping in to give the results from tonite's racing. Finally Finally Finally we won a race! The car handled well and we qualified well, 3rd. There have been some guys cheating on the tires that we have been running this season and as a result, the track manager decided to change things up a little and put us on different tires for the rest of the season, which is fine with me because its the tire I started racing on and I am verry familliar with. Last week I decided to go over the car from front to rear and double check that everything was in check. Well, I found some chassis issues that were way off and I have no idea on how they got that way, but nevertheless the chassis was not rite. I made the necessary adjustments and was hopefull that it would produce favorable results. We got to the track and went out and practiced and the car felt good and handled better, I came into the pitts and immeadiately took tire temps and checked the tire stagger. I noticed that the outside of the right front tire was much hotter than the middle and inside, I made a camber adjustment and the tire temps evened out. When qualifying time came around I felt good about our chances for a front spot, when all was said and done we ended up in 3rd spot. It was our 3rd race this season in car #3 and qualified in 3rd, how about those numbers huh? When we lined up on the front stretch, they inverted the top 4 cars which put the pole sitter in 4th, 2nd qualifier in 3rd, 3rd qualifier in 2nd, and 4th qualifier on the pole. The race started and I ran just behind the pole sitter trying to take the lead for about 7 laps and finally got by him down the back stretch, but the caution came out before we got back to the start - finish line which meant we had to line up as we were running on the last completed lap, so I had to start in 2nd again. When the green flag flew again we were racing for the lead when the 22 car of Roger Neece dipped under me and I found myself battling for 2nd place on the outside. After a few laps the 22 car made contact with the leader #6 of Chris Tunnel and they got tangled up and I was able to pass them both on the outside and take the lead. This brought out the caution and I found myself in the lead with about 15 laps to go. On the re-start Jared Broadbent, winner of 2 of the last 3 races, was lined up on the outside. When the green flag flew I immeadiately took the lead while the 74 of Broadbent and the 25 of Rob Austin battled for 2nd. While they were battling I pulled away to a sizeable lead and never looked back. Rob Austin finished 2nd and Jared Broadbent finished 3rd, Paul Shull finished 4th and Roger Neece rounded out the top 5. I want to send out a heartfelt thank you to all of our sponsors: WTOE, Carolina Sign Source, Woody Tire, Carolina Pushrods,Mitchell Glass, B&J Auto Parts Spruce Pine Tire and Greg's Speedliner for all their support, without them this victory wouldnt have been possible, so it's kind of like a victory for all. The fans can check out all the results and details on newkingsportspeedway.com, theres also a link Randall Perry Motorsports Photography with lots of photos from past races in all divisions, or better yet tell the fans to come out and support our car in person , its much more exciting and you can smell the rubber and racing fuel, its always an exciting show, theres nothing like it!