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28th February 2011

Ramey, White were the big winners at Cowtown Speedway’s the “Big Chill”

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Kevin Ramey was the ASCS2 Non-Wing 600′s feature winner.

By Don Cook
Fort Worth Star-Telegram

Cowtown Speedway (Kennedale)
Feb. 26 (Saturday)

Fort Worth’s own Kevin Ramey, #7m, won the ASCS2 Non-Wing 600′s 25-lap feature at the “Big Chill” Saturday afternoon at Cowtown Speedway. The cold weather, which had postponed the show a couple of week’s ago, wasn’t a problem today. If anything the strong breeze today helped Ramey lead the feature race from start to finish and take home the $1,500 first prize. Coming in second was Justin Melton, #11, and Christopher Bell, #19, was third. 

Harli White was the ASCS2 Outlaw Winged 600′s feature winner.

Oklahoma’s all around athlete, Harli White, #17w, showed the fellows the fast way around the high-banked, 1/4-mile dirt track for the ASCS2 Outlaw 600′s 25-lap feature win. Harley picked up a kool $1,500 for her outstanding effort. Tyson Hall, #5x, was second and Christopher Bell, #21, was third.

Kyle Keeler was the ASCS2 Restrictor 600′s feature winner.

Kyle Keeler Motorsports, #027, was the feature winner in the ASCS2 Restrictor 20-lap feature. Kyle took home $750 for the first place win. Colton Wiseley, #20, came in second and Austin Shores, #8x, was third.

Justin McCoy was the Limited Modified feature winner.

A disappointing six cars competed in the RaceTX.com Limited Modifieds feature race. Justin McCoy, #15, took home the first place prize of $400. Bret Young, #69, was second and Nick Clinkenbeard, #66, was third.

For OFFICIAL results and more information, go to: www.cowtownspeedway.com

To purchase track photos, contact Rudy at: www.rudygarciaphotos.smugmug.com

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