Mike Weeks of Friendsville came into Saturday night's action looking for his first feature win of the 2009 season. The two-time Atomic Motor Speedway Super Late Model Champion notched his first Tazewell Speedway victory on October 4th of last year. Since then he has been a regular at The Taz starting off the season driving for Peg Leg Motorsports only to part ways two months ago. Weeks would turn fast time and lead every lap of the Super Late Model feature in the 321 Storage, Dyer Machine & Fab, Matlock Wraps sponsored Trak-Star Grand Prix powered by a B&B Performance Racing Engine and riding on American Race Tires. In Victory Lane Mike dedicated the win to James Vanover, a longtime East Tennessee racer and car owner who passed away suddenly on Saturday morning. Vanover was best known for fielding cars for Billy Ogle Jr. who won several track championships and dozens of races in his 20 year tenure with Vanover.

Super Late Models
1.22 Mike Weeks
2.90J Jason Trammell
3.14 Terry Wolfenbarger
4.7 Marty Calloway
5.44 Rick Rogers
6.114 Billy Ogle Jr

In Limited Late Model action Jason Trammell dominated the feature and picked up his third win of the season and the 40th win in the C.J. Rayburn Chassis Corvette sponsored by JRT Promotions, Tobler Heating & Air with a Vic Hill Racing Engine under the hood.

Limited Late Models
1.90 Jason Trammell
2.33 Phillip Nichols
3.18 Anthony Burchett
4.T0 Travis Fultz
5.97 Keith Chapman
6.31 Greg Estes
7.8 Mike Reece
8.18 Michael Rutherford
9.32 Jason Manley
10.24 Andy Wilder
11.6 Steve Rouse
12.11 Josh Fields
13.35 Andrew Loving
14.22 Mitch Houston
15.G7 Billy Gordon
16.9 Justin Duncan

Arguably one the best racing divisions in the region, the Modified Street feature didn't fail to excite the fans. Robbie Buchanan, making his first start of the season driving the car owned by Wayne Overholt, set fast time and started the feature alongside Greg Estes. Estes would mount a challenge for the lead only to drop pitside on lap five along with Clyde Overholt who was running fourth. Chris Collinsworth would move up into second followed closely by Warren McMahan, who was winless since April. McMahan would slip by on the outside of Collinsworth on lap eleven and start tracking down Buchanan. On lap fourteen Buchanan slowed with engine woes giving the lead over to McMahan who lead the rest of the way for his second win of the season in the Jabo's Pharmacy, Dandridge Service Station, Supreme Towing sponosred Monte Carlo.

Modified Street
1.33 Warren McMahan
2.77 Chris Collinsworth
3.24 Allen Holt
4.17 Leonard Bray
5.56 Tony Horton
6.88 Brad Davis
7.26 Anthony Morgan
8.54 Larry Burke
9.7 Dustin Shaver
10.7 Dixon Greenwood
11.69 Nick Barnard
12.5 Sue Curl
13.3 Tim Hatfield
14.20 Scottie Atkins
15.9 Darrell Saylor
16.1 Robbie Buchanan
17.21 Dustin McMurray
18.4 Clyde Overholt
19.31 Greg Estes

No doubt the wildes action of the night came in the Pure Street feature. Jason Long and Steve Smith shared the front row and battled hard for the first circuits. Smith tried the low line several times to try and sneak by Long. On lap eight just as Smith pulled along Long in turn three, the two would make contact sending both into the outside wall. The collision left the track blocked with four others car getting involved in the crash. Long and Smith's night were over with and once the track was cleared Kevin Smith would inherit the lead followed by Aaron Guinn and Charlie Davidson. Guinn would start putting pressure on Smith for the lead and on lap twelve they would get togther coming out of turn four sending both cars spinning down the front chute. Track officials would send the duo to the end of the lead lap giving the lead over to Michael Daniels. By lap seventeen Kevin Smith would climb back into second with Guinn close behind. Smith and Daniels would wreck on the following lap with officials deeming both were at fault sending them to the rear of the field. This would turn the lead over to Aaron Guinn who held on for his first career victory in the United Realty, Morristown Towing and Recovery sponsored Monte Carlo.

Pure Street
1.97 Aaron Guinn
2.56 Jordan Horton
3.66 Daniel Reece
4.12 Michael Daniels
5.11 Kevin Smith
6.16 Will Carey
7.22 Charlie Davidson
8.15 jason long
9.2 Steve Smith
10.1 Brian Carpenter
11.55 Jack England
12.01 Luke Sharp
13.47 Walter Disney
14.12X Jerry Green

Joey Allen would hold off all challengers for his second 4 Cylinder feature win of the season in the Ford Trucking, Secure Buildings Ford Mustang.

4 Cylinders
1.A00 Joey Allen
2.99 Chuck McMahan
3.K9 Cheyenne Kite
4.19 Brad Pressley
5.7 Bubby Braden
6.22 Don Scalf
7.007 Hayston Collett

Winner's photos from July 18, 2009