Friday, Apr 27, 2018
Fulton / Modified

42p Pat Ward finished Rain
99L Larry Wight finished Rain

Thursday, Apr 26, 2018
Fulton / Sprint
99L Larry Wight finished 9

Saturday, Feb 17, 2018
Volusia / Modified
42p Pat Ward
99L Larry Wight

Friday, Feb 16, 2018
Volusia / Modified
42p Pat Ward
99L Larry Wight

Thursday, Feb 15, 2018
Volusia / Modified
42p Pat Ward
99L Larry Wight

Wednesday, Feb 14, 2018
Volusia / Modified

42p Pat Ward
99L Larry Wight

Tuesday, Feb 13, 2018
Volusia / Modified
42p Pat Ward
99L Larry Wight

Saturday, Feb 10, 2018
Bubba Raceway Park / Sprint
99L Larry Wight finished 8

Friday, Feb 9, 2018
Bubba Raceway Park / Sprint
99L Larry Wight finished 8

Saturday, Nov 4, 2017
Charlotte / Modified
42p Pat Ward
99L Larry Wight


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PAT WARD HOLDS OFF BILLY DUNN TO TAKE THE UTICA-ROME SPEEDWAY 358-MODIFIED WIN

Posted Jun 21, 2018 by David

VERNON, NY- Mother Nature finally cooperated with Utica-Rome Speedway this past Sunday June 17 as sunny skies greeted racers and fans alike on Federated Auto Parts and Pioneer Window Manufacturing night. Four of the five main events went caution free with Pat Ward scoring the win in the DirtTrackDigest.com 358-Modifieds and Shawn Donath holding off the late race charge of Bryan Howland to take the Lucas Oil Empire Super Sprint A-Main win. Kevin Root too the DIRTcar Sportsman Series win with Travis Welch scoring the Tedís Body Shop Pro Stock win. Ted Starr was the Rookie Sportsman main event.

Steve Way took the initial lead in the DirtTrackDigest.com 358-Modifieds 30-lap main event as he beat fellow front row starter Jack Miller to turn one. Sixth place starter Pat Ward made an early race charge to grab the runner-up spot by the completion of lap one. Ward made short work of Way as he made his bid for the lead stick as the was shown as the leader by lap three. Way continued his strong run as he continued to hold on to second as Ward drove away from the field. Bobby Herrington slipped by Way to gain the second spot by lap nine. By the halfway point, Ward had built up over a five second lead with Billy Dunn up to second with Herrington, Erick Rudolph, and Way rounding out the top five.

With lapped traffic and the handling going away on his mount, Wardís once huge lead began to shrink lap after lap as Dunn closed in. With five circuits left, Dunn was beginning to apply pressure on Ward to gain the lead, but Ward was able to hold off the repeated challenges from Dunn. Despite pulling alongside on a couple occasions in the closing laps, Dunn would have to settle for second as Ward took the checkered flag. Rudolph came across in third ahead of Herrington, Way, Marc Johnson, Jack Lehner, Rocky Warner, Lance Willix, and Jeremy Wilder.

FEDERATED AUTO PARTS & PIONEER WINDOW MFG. RACE SUMMARY

DIRTTRACKDIGEST.COM MODIFIED FEATURE FINISH (30 LAPS)-PAT WARD, Billy Dunn, Erick Rudolph, Bobby Herrington, Marc Johnson, Jack Lehner, Rocky Warner, Lance Willix, Jeremy Wilder, Mike Mahaney, Mike Bowman, Billy Whittaker, Bobby Varin, Tyler Trump, Demetrios Drellos, Jack Miller, Eldon Payne Jr., Lucas Heintz, Randy Shantel, and Billy Shantel Jr. DQ-Steve Way.