Flomaton Speedway Results

September 9, 2009


The Flomaton Speedway held its annual Labor Day race Monday night, with plenty of high-speed action with four classes racing for the big money in their feature races.

Steve Fretwell of Milton took the checkered flag in the Bomber feature race, followed by Jamie Young, Tally Warrick, Doc McDaniel, Johnny Baxley, Chad Jordon, Rusty Peacock, Micheal Emmons, Richard Johnson, Sr., Terry Mayhair and Joe Chiles.

In the Street Stock feature race, first place went to Joey Settle of Brewton, followed by Bobby Resmondo, Evan Folmar, Wayne Hawthorne, Adam Ellison, Jarrod Johns, Chandler Burgess, Gary Dunsford, Adam Purvis, Todd Purvis and Dakota Gregory.

flomatonspeed10.jpgIn the Crate Late Model race, Steven Brantley took the checkered flag, followed by Josh Huss, Kevin Maher, Steve Turner and Bo Odom, Seth Gransberry, David Odom, Kenny Townson, Gary Maher and Micah Mccall.

In the big car Stinger feature race, first place and the $500 purse went to Aaron Kiaunis, followed by Harry Beatty, Johnny Jackson, Damon Osborn, Dylan Barfield, Billy Walker, Bradley Haveard, James Hardin, Cody Burroughs, Holly Walker, Jeffery Hagen, Ken Osborne, Al Woods, Logan Lindsey, Casey Spears, Jimmy Boyington, Richard Johnson, Hunter Baker and Joe Kittrell.

Click here for more photos. For even more photos from the night, visit www.mikenewtonphotography.zenfolio.com.

Pictured top: Bomber feature winner Steven Fretwell (#24) has the lead as Doc McDaniel (#27S) tries to pass on the outside. Pictured inset: Steven Brantley won the Crate Late Model feature Labor Day race at the Flomaton Speedway. Submitted photos by Mike Newton Photography for NorthEscambia.com, click to enlarge.


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