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Race results for July 26, 2014 at Tonopah:

Mini Class: 1st – Donnie Fields Car #213, 2nd – Tanner Otteson Car #944, 3rd – Tailor Davis Car #28, 4th – Matthew Belcher Car #360, 5th – Lee (Cub) Ketten Jr. Car #6k, 6th – “Wild”Bill Delahunte Car #15, 7th – Josh Belcher Car #311,8th – Pat Murphy Car #8, 9th – Jay Silas Jr. Car #92, 10th – Rory Bradley Car #33, 11th – Tom Molloy Car #20, 12th – Lisa Park Car #8x; 6 Cylinder Class: 1st – Shaun Maher Car #9, 2nd – Ezra LaBelle Car #49, 3rd – Melissa Otteson Car #69; Bomber Class: 1st – Matt Gillum Car #777, 2nd – “Wild” Bill Delahunte Car #15, 3rd – Larry Leach Car #12, 4th – Michael Ray McLaughlin Car #14; WCSS: 1st – Steve Nash Car #4, 2nd – Alex Williams Car #11, 3rd – Matt Gillum Car #76, 4th – Jordan Shelton Car #70; Cam Coupe: 1st – David Belcher Car #9, 2nd – Mike Belcher Car #311; Dwarf: 1st – Kyle Winters Car #57,2nd – Gene Winters Car #86w, 3rd – Nick Winters Car #21x, 4th – Justin Kimsey Car #23, 5th – Chris Winters Car #22x; IMCA Modified: 1st – Scott Pike Car #15, 2nd – James Thibodeaux Car #2D, 3rd – Steve Stringer Car #20, 4th – Billy Anderson Car #29A, 5th – Duffy Otteson Car #945, 6th – Charlie Pike Car #99, 7th – Rick Durica Car #2.

Sam Stringer results: IMCA Modifieds: Kyle Heckman-first, Randy Thornell-second, Jon Jensen-third, Jason Pike-fourth, Tony Kinkade-fifth, James Thibodeaux-sixth, Bryan Wulfenstein-seventh, Jason Hickingbottom-eighth, Scott Pike-ninth, Rich Horible-tenth, Dusty Park-eleventh, Joe Wabsis-twelfth, Steve Stringer-thirteenth, Beau Gott-fourteenth, Josh Stringer-fifteenth, Clifton King-sixteenth, Chris Crompe-seventeenth, Charlie Pike-DNS.

WCSS: Steve Nash-first, Jason Pike-second, Dale Daffern-third, Keith Gott-fourth, Ron Moffit-fifth, Dustin Chastain-sixth, Alex Williams-seventh, Joel Dean-eighth, Donald Riley-ninth, Pete Wallace-tenth, Daniel Vlastof-eleventh, Terry Pemberton-twelfth, James McCoy-thirteenth.

Hole-in-one at Lake View: Mark Solomon shot a hole-in-one at hole 9 on July 26.

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