Reeser Wins at Clinton CountyNewsPhoto

The event was live on Friday night and available on replays

In the IMCA/PASS sprints Kyle Ganoe from his pole starting position jumped out to the early lead and was putting some distance between himself and second place running Dale Schwerkart. Kyle was building up a nice lead, with seventh starting Tyler Reeser making his moves thru the field, with the race going 17 green flag laps. Reeser just made the pass for the lead, when the first caution flew, dropping him back to second spot for the restart. Tyler who was getting a great run coming off the second turn, knew on the restart that Ganoe was going to try and take that grove away. "I knew he was going to stay low on the restart, but his car slid up just enough that I got underneath him and got back in front". Noted Tyler. Reeser easily lead the final three laps for the win, and is now two for two in appearances at CCMS this year. "I knew some of those guys where washing up off the corners and I knew that I could drive under them, I passed a lot of cars there". Stated Tyler. Ganoe hung on for second place with Kyle Smith Ken Duke and Dale Schweikart in the top five. Heat races went to Smith and Duke.

IMCA/PASS Sprints 1(5T Tyler Reeser 2(0 Kyle Ganoe 3(17 Kyle Smith 4(67 Ken Duke 5(78 Dale Schweikart 6(23 Nathan Gramley 7(6 Tyler Denochick 8(19 Tylor Cochran 9(R6 Reed Thompson 10(26 Ryan Lynn 11(72 Dave Guss Jr. 12(33 Scott Lutz 14(78S Dakota Schweikart DNS 7 Jim Kennedy


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