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Jason Keen Goes Back To Victory Lane For Second Straight Week At Delaware

 

By Clayton Johns

 

KOMOKA, Ont. (July 15, 2016) – Jason Keen took the lead from Darren Dryden on lap 15 and led the final 10 laps to earn his third win of the season in the Lucas Oil Canadian Vintage Modifieds Mid-Season Championships at Delaware Speedway on Friday night.

 

Cassidy March and Mike Williams brought the field to the green flag for the 25-lap main event on vintage cruise night at the London-area half-mile oval. Williams claimed an early advantage over Darren Dryden who had Steve Trendell in tow.

 

Williams’ night took a turn for the worst when he spun alone while leading with just five laps complete. Dryden and Trendell resumed their side-by-side battle on the restart, this time for the race lead. Trendell hung tough in the outside lane and led lap six before Dryden retook the point.

 

Keen raced behind the top two cars and pounded on Trendell for second when the latter’s momentum stalled in the top groove. At the halfway point, Dryden led a top-five that included Keen, Trendell, Darryl Henwood and Brian Atkinson. His lead was eliminated by another caution on lap 15 when Ian Burney looped his No.33.

 

The restart brought forth an excellent battle between Dryden and Keen for the lead, with the latter pilot in the outside lane. The door-to-door showdown lasted three laps before Dryden got loose exiting turn two and brought out the final caution of the race with a spin on his own.

 

Keen inherited the lead and used the restart to distance himself from Trendell over the final 10 laps to claim his third win of the season and the Mid-Season Championship.

 

In qualifying heat race action, Williams won the first of two heats while Trendell won the second, which was lined up on inverted order from the first heat finish. Williams led all 10 laps in his victory after starting on the pole. Trendell, meanwhile, won a seven-lap battle with Dryden to take the checkered flag.

 

The Lucas Oil Canadian Vintage Modified Series takes a week off from competition before returning to Flamboro Speedway on July 30 for the ninth event of their 50th anniversary season.

 

COMPLETE RESULTS – LUCAS OIL CANADIAN VINTAGE MODIFIEDS 50th SEASON

DELAWARE SPEEDWAY – JULY 16, 2016

Feature (25 Laps): 1. 18 Jason Keen, 2. 57 Steve Trendell, 3. 29 Darryl Henwood, 4. 15 TJ Marshall, 5. 7 Mike Williams, 6. 12 Darren Dryden, 7. 19 Mike Westwood, 8. 80 Amanda Stoner, 9. 92 Brian Atkinson, 10. 33 Ian Burney, 11. 25 Cassidy March.


Heat 1 (10 Laps): 1. 7 Mike Williams, 2. 92 Brian Atkinson, 3. 57 Steve Trendell, 4. 18 Jason Keen, 5. 12 Darren Dryden, 6. 15 TJ Marshall, 7. 29 Darryl Henwood, 8. 19 Mike Westwood, 9. 25 Cassidy March, 10. 33 Ian Burney, 11. 80 Amanda Stoner.

 

Heat 2 (10 Laps): 1. 57 Steve Trendell, 2. 12 Darren Dryden, 3. 18 Jason Keen, 4. 15 TJ Marshall, 5. 7 Mike Williams, 6. 29 Darryl Henwood, 7. 92 Brian Atkinson, 8. 19 John Karley, 9. 25 Cassidy March, 10. 80 Amanda Stoner, 11. 33 Ian Burney.

Championship Standings As Of July 16 2016: 1. 18 Jason Keen – 535 Points; 2. 57 Steve Trendell – 524; 3. 92 Brian Atkinson – 481; 4. 19 Mike Westwood/John Karley – 470; 5. 03 Bob Gilbert/Mike Williams – 462; 6. 25 Cassidy March/Bill Stoner – 458; 7. 80 Amanda Stoner – 447; 8. 33 Ian Burney – 427; 9. 29 Daryl Henwood – 423; 10. 15 TJ Marshall – 388; 11. 5 Mike Podd – 274; 12. 12 Darren Dryden – 181; 13. 09 Rob Clarke/Warren George – 181; 14. 84 Jeremy Barton – 163; 15. 21 Chris Milwain – 122; 16. 00 Ron Easton – 57;

Season Winners: 3 – Steve Trendell (May 21 at Flamboro Speedway, June 25 at Flamboro Speedway, July 9 at Flamboro Speedway); 3 – Jason Keen (June 4 at Full Throttle Motor Speedway, July 9 at Flamboro Speedway, July 15 at Delaware Speedway); 2 – TJ Marshall (June 10 at Delaware Speedway, June 12 at Sunset Speedway); 1 – Brian Atkinson (June 25 at Flamboro Speedway); 1 – Daryl Henwood (July 1 at Sauble Speedway)

 

MEDIA LINKS

Website: www.vintagemods.com

Twitter: @VintageMods

Facebook: Group – Lucas Oil Canadian Vintage Modifieds Racing Club

 

The Lucas Oil Canadian Vintage Modifieds 2016 season is presented by a number of dedicated sponsors, including: Lucas Oil Products, Creative Edge Signs & Graphics, MacMaster Buick GMC, Georgetown Printing, Flamboro Machine Shop, Oakville Trailers & Auto Service, Wiersma Trucking, Grisdale Racing Products , B&B Decals, Oktane Productions, Oakville Auto & Diesel Machine Shop and Clayton Johns Media.

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