Brothers Terry and Jeff Wolfenbarger are no strangers to Late Model racing in East Tennessee. For over 10 years the two have always been considered threats to win no matter where they race. With the rains that had plagued the area during the week, drivers were uncertian how track conditions would be. As the night wore on it would prove to be a record setting night. Since the beginning of the season track officials had been working hard on the racing surface to make it faster and more competitive. When Knoxville's Rick Roger set the new track qualifying record on May 23rd people were starting to believe that a 10 second lap was possible at The Taz. Rogers would blast out in qualifying to set a new track record of 11.006 seconds. A few cars later Jeff Wolfenbarger of Powell would treat the fans on hand to a new track record of 10.947 seconds. Jeff would line up beside Rogers on the front row of the Super Late Model Feature.

At the drop of the green Wolfenbarger would gain the advantage until a caution would fly for Josh Chesney who tagged the outside wall coming out of turn two. On the restart Rogers car suddenly slowed coming out of turn four and limp pitside. Jeff Wolfenbarger showed the way with his brother Terry, Jason Trammell and Bryan Hendrix waging a battle behind him. There was great side by side racing throghout the feature for the spots behind Jeff. As his brother was starting to put on heavy pressure Jeff Wolfenbarger would scrape the outside of the front stretch wall.

As the laps wound down Jeff would use several grooves of the track trying to find the right spot to pull away from the rest of the field. In one of the best moves of the season Jeff would get completely sideways while leading the field in turn four. Using his years of experience he would guide the car back into the right direction. After the blip his brother Terry would pull closer and start finding a way to get around his brother. The fan were treated to one of the best Super Late Model races in years as Terry worked high and low looking for an opening to pass Jeff.

On the last lap in turn four Terry would nose his car under Jefff's and take his first win at Tazewell Speedway in over two years. In Victory Lane Jeff Wolfenbarger was quick to catch up with his brother and congratulate him on the win. The brothers were all smiles as they celebrated the one-two finish. Terry Wolfenbarger's Bloomquist Built Chassis is powered by a Weisgarber Racing Engine and is sponsored by A-1 Muffler, National Auto Parts, Magna Blast Pressure Washing, CVR Performance Bodies and American Race Tires.

Super Late Models
1.14 Terry Wolfenbarger
2.28 Jeff Wolfenbarger
3.90J Jason Trammell
4.5 Bryan Hendrix
5.98 Shon Flanary
6.4 Michael Smith
7.7 Marty Calloway
8.44 Rick Rogers Josh Chesney

In Limited Late Model action Clinton's Mark Leach would set fast time of 11.698 seconds which was only a tick slower than the record held by Travis Fultz of 11.690 seconds. Leach and Fultz shared the front row yet it was Leach's race to lose. At one time during the caution-free feature Leach would have a half-track lead for Fultz who would had his hands full holding off Greg Estes and Jason Trammell. Up front it was Mark Leach easily taking his second win in a row in the Byrds Radiator, American Race Tires, Stealth Racing Carbs, Weisgarber Racing engine powered DWB Chassis Cadillac.

Limited Late Models
1.66 Mark Leach
2.T0 Travis Fultz
3.31 Greg Estes
4.90 Jason Trammell
5.33 Phillip Nichols
6.97 Keith Chapman
7.31 Ernie Stuart
8.7B Mike Bright
9.24 Andy Wilder Josh Chesney
11.11 Josh Fields
12.33 Jimmy Calloway
13.42 Matt Tharp
14.0 Freddie Brock
15.22 Mitch Houston

The record setting night wasn't over with as Sneedville's Jody Horton would set a new Modified Street qualifying record with a time of 13.429 seconds smashing the previous record of 13.624 seconds set by Shannon Emery. Horton had been fighting off the gremlins as he only had two finishes thus far this season. He would have no worries as he would lead every lap of the feature in his machine sponsored by Greasy Rock Auto Shop and Discount Auto Parts.

Modified Street
1.56J Jody Horton
2.88 Brad Davis
3.24 Allen Holt
4.4 Clyde Overholt
5.33 Warren McMahan
6.77 Chris Collinsworth
7.31 Greg Estes
8.7 Dustin Shaver
9.7 Dixon Greenwood
10.54 Larry Burke
11.17 Leonard Bray
12.73 Ray Jarnigan
13.56 Tony Horton
14.3 Tim Hatfield
15.9 Quinn Bender
16.20 Scottie Atkins

Tazewell's own Jonathan Miracle found his way back to Victory Lane after a long drought. It wasn't easy as he would fight off Jordan Horton, Steve Smith and Dustin Eldridge for the Pure Street win.

Pure Street
1.41 Jonathan Miracle
2.56 Jordan Horton
3.2 Steve Smith
4.27 Dustin Eldridge
5.66 Daniel Reece
6.16 Will Carey
7.79 Jesse Wilder
8.33 Daniel Massengill
9..16 Robbie Woods
10.11 Kevin Smith
11.23 Paul Whitley

In the 4 Cylinder Feature Chuck McMahan would lead the field early. On lap seven as Newport's Cheyenne Kite was passing Brad Pressley in turn four he would clip the front of Pressley's car.
This would sent him crashing into the outside guardrail and flipping over on his top. Kite would walk away unhurt. As McMahan was looking to cruise to another win he would slow on the front stretch on lap twelve. Joey Allen would take over the lead and take his third win of the season.

4 Cylinder
1.A00 Joey Allen
2.7 Bubby Braden
3.X Chuck McMahan
4.007 Hayston Collett
5.19 Brad Pressley
6.K9 Cheyenne Kite

Winner's photos from August 1, 2009