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Portland Speedway
Source — Derrick Shannon
Date Posted — August 03, 2001
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Portland, Ore. Eric Sayre of Vancouver, Wash. won his first Dirt Late Model feature event in 13 years Friday night as BI-Mart hosted the Summer Shootout featuring the I-5 Outlaw Model Series on Portland Speedway's half-mile clay oval. Sayre dominated the action as he picked wins in the Late Model Trophy Dash, Heat Race, and the 35-lap main event, as well as the 25-lap NASCAR Weekly Racing Series Grand American Modified 25-lap feature. With Sayre's fourth consecutive win in the Grand American Modified division, he closed the gap to maintain second in the season point standings to just three markers behind Tom Pinkowsky also of Vancouver, Wash.

NASCAR Weekly Racing Series Grand American Modifieds

Fast Time: Eric Sayre Trophy Dash: Eric Sayre Heat Race #1: Sonny Sayre, Sean Gentry, Tom Pinkowsky, Sonny Modaff, Don Jenner Heat Race #2: Dan Fox, Dan Obrist, Gary Morris, Richard Whiteman, Eric Sayre

Main Event 25-Laps

Pos. Driver Hometown 1. Eric Sayre Vancouver, Wash. 2. Chris Quinn Longview, Wash. 3. Donnie Martin Portland, Ore. 4. Don Jenner Vancouver, Wash. 5. Richard Whiteman Tigard, Ore. 6. Gary Morris Boring, Ore. 7. Sean Gentry Portland, Ore. 8. Dan Fox Warren, Ore. 9. Dan Obrist Portland, Ore. 10. Sonny Sayre Vancouver, Wash. 11. Tom Pinkowsky Vancouver, Wash. 12. Ray Elwess Portland, Ore. 13. Ed Farness Portland, Ore. 14. Zoe Minsker Clackamas, Ore. 15. Mike Obrist Portland, Ore. 16. David Burkhardt Portland, Ore. 17. Sonny Modaff Portland, Ore.

NASCAR Figure 8

Trophy Dash: John Mayfield

Main Event 20-Laps

Pos. Driver Hometown 1. Ray Perry Portland, Ore. 2. Joe Cherington Vancouver, Wash. 3. Kelly Nace Clackamas, Ore. 4. Dan Cherington Vancouver, Wash. 5. Robert Jordaine Tigard, Ore. 6. Ron Henderson Vancouver, Wash. 7. Ken Warford Vancouver, Wash. 8. John Schave Portland, Ore. 9. Eric Elsner Portland, Ore. 10. John Mayfield Vancouver, Wash.


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Article posted by staff on August 03, 2001.