Jason Trammell of Knoxville had already etched his name into the record books at Tazewell Speedway. Yet even with four track championships and 38 Limited Late Model wins in his familiar Rayburn Race Car, Trammell had only one Super Late Model win at Tazewell Speedway. Saturday night would be Trammell's opportunity to show just how much talent the thirty-three year old driver has. Fifteen Super Late Models were on hand with excellent track preperation. Shon Flanary of Church Hill, TN would earn fast time honors with a lap of 11.342 seconds with Trammell only a tic behind with a lap of 11.375 seconds averaging around 108 MPH on the 1/3 mile oval. In the thirty lap feature Flanary gained the advantage in turn one and was just about to storm out into the lead until Tramell slammed the door and taking the point. Knoxville's Billy Ogle Jr, would battle Flanary for second eventually taking over the spot on lap seven. Ogle would begin putting pressure on Trammell until lap sixteen when Trammell began pulling away at times with a five car advantage. The duo ran into lap traffic on the sixteenth circuit with Ogle ready to strike for the lead, yet it was Trammell's race to lose as he reached the milestone of 50 Late Model wins and his second Super Late Model victory in the JRT Promotions, Trammell Construction Company, FastLane Signs and Graphics, A-1 Storage Trailers, Taylor Plumbing sponsored Warrior Corvette powered by a Vic Hill Racing Engine and shod with American Race Tires.

Super Late Model Results
1.90J Jason Trammell
2.201 Billy Ogle Jr
3.98 Shon Flanary
4.3 Steve Smith
5.7 Brian Smith
6.6 Kerry Jones
7.4 Michael Smith
8.7 Marty Calloway
9.2 Danny Yoder
10.9 Jimmy Perkins
11.J1 Brandon James
12.24H Phil Helton
13.J11 Terry James
14.25 Bobby Mayes

Chuck McMahan of Newport, TN would pass his team mate and close friend Kurt Owens on lap twelve to pick up his second 4 Cylinder feature of the year.

4 Cylinder
1.99 Chuck McMahan
2.7UP Kurt Owens
3.19 Brad Pressley
4.7 Bubby Braden
5.007 Hayston Collett
6.K9 Cheyenne Kite
7.10 Bobby Lovin

In Limited Late Model action, Harrogate's Travis Fultz posted quick time and shared the front row of the feature alongside Jason Tramell. Both drivers were behind the wheel of Rayburn Race Cars and used hands-on advice from National Dirt Late Model Hall of Fame member C.J Rayburn who stopped by to watch the action while on his way back home to Indiana. The advice worked as the young drivers were clearly had the advantage over the rest of the field early in the feature with Fultz taking the lead. Steve Carr would settle into third followed by Anthiny Burchett and Brad Hall. On lap six Josh Fields brought out the caution with overheating problems with Carr pulling pitside with mechanical woes. On the restart Hall began pressuring Trammell for second as Fultz began pulling away. On lap sixteen Tramell closed the gap on the lead yet it was Travis Fultz picking up his second win of the season in the Harrogate Collision, Fultz Auto Body, DJ's Performance Race Engines powered Rayburn Mopar.

Limited Late Model Results
1.T0 Travis Fultz
2.90 Jason Trammell
3.47 Brad Hall
4.18 Anthony Burchett
5.33 Phillip Nichols
6.8 Mike Reece
7.31 Greg Estes
8.77 Jimmy Calloway
9.18 Michael Rutherford
10.28 Brian Dobbs Josh Chesney
12.6 Steve Rouse
13.77 Steve Carr
14.97 Keith Chapman
15.11 Josh Fields
16.24 Andy Wilder
17.11 Anthony Arnwine

Last year's Modified Street Points Champion Allen Holt scored his first victory of the season in a wild feature that saw the top five nose-to-tail for most of the race. Pole sitter Charlie Rouse wrecked early on his own on lap three and Warren McMahan would give up his fifth position as he spun on the restart. Chris Collinsworth and Greg Estes battled for fourth until contact on lap sixteen on the back stretch sent Collinsworth spinning in turns three and four. He would be relegated to the tail of the field yet worked his way back to a fifth place finish. Up front it was Holt earning the victory in the Johnson's Body Shop, Larry Sharp/Realty Group, Connor Asphalt & Paving sponsored, Curl Racing Engines powered Monte Carlo.

Modified Street Results
1.24 Allen Holt
2.4 Clyde Overholt
3.88 Brad Davis
4.31 Greg Estes
5.77 Chris Collinsworth
6.21 Donnie Petty
7.3 Tim Hatfield
8.54 Larry Burke
9.21 Dustin McMurray
10.33 Warren McMahan
11.01 Jonathan Poore
12.M7 Mike Simpson
13.24 Charlie Rouse
14.7 Dustin Shaver
15.56J Jody Horton
16.15 Dustin Harville

Barbourville, Kentucky's Steve Smith would sneak by on the last lap to take the Pure Street feature away from Jason Long to win his second feature of the year in the Shane's Body Shop, Kitts Tire, Collett & Sons Trucking sponsored Camaro.

Pure Street Results
1.2 Steve Smith
2.15 jason long
3.56 Jordan Horton
4.12X Jerry Green
5.12 Michael Daniels
6.8 Mike Kelley
7.97 Bo Hall
8.16 Will Carey
9.22 Charlie Davidson
10.27 Gary Harville
11.00 Heather Mustard
12.11 Kevin Smith
13.12H Travis Helton
14.X Daniel Reece
15.43A Robert Armes
16.25 Steve Harmon
17.47 Walter Disney
18.J35 John Chesney


Winner's photos from May 30, 2009