Another muggy evening awaited race fans as they came through the gates at the Taz Saturday. The track promised to be fast and smooth as the cars took to the high-banks and began the night's racing program. During hot laps the cars were indeed fast and the track very much to the driver's liking. After the hot lap sessions were over qualifications began with the Modified Street class. Robbie Buchanon's 13.3 second lap was the fastest. Following the Modified Street cars were the Classics and Logan Dukes put his car on the pole position with a 14.158 second lap. Next were the Tazewell Late Models and Jason Trammell came out first and set the time for all to beat with a 11.808 second lap. The lap was fast enough to hold off all challengers and take the pole for the feature race. The Four-Cylinders were next with Chuck McMahan grabbing the pole with a lap of 14.594 seconds.

The Classics lined up to race first with Logan and Wayne Dukes on the front row. Wayne took an early lead but on lap 5 Logan got around his father to take the point. Phillip Shockley tried to catch them from third but just could not make up the ground. A lap 16 caution was what the field needed giving them one more shot at the Dukes tandem. On the restart Logan held off all challengers and took the season's first repeat Classics win. His father Wayne got second and Shockley finished third.

Classic Car Results:
1 6 Logan Dukes
2 9 Wayne Dukes
3 34 Phillip Shockley
4 3 Jay Eubanks
5 23 Wayne Holbert
6 O3 Jim Yeary
7 31 Robert Estes
8 17 Robbie Sands
9 5 Robbie Sands II
10 22 Michael Holbert

The Modified Street class was next with Robbie Buchanon and Allen Holt on row one. Holt got into turn one first but Buchanon took the lead on the second lap. On lap 8 the caution flag was displayed for Donnie Petty as his machine put fluids down on the track. The field was restarted with Buchanon, Holt and Larry Burke the top three. Burke made a run at second as the Hortons, Tony and Jordon battled for fourth. The Donnie Petty Wrecker service Monte Carlo was too strong and Buchanon took the impressive win over last week's winner Allen Holt and Larry Burke ran great and finished third.

Modified Street Results:
1 P21 Robbie Buchanon
2 24 Allen Holt
3 54 Larry Burke
4 56H Jordan Horton
5 56 Tony Horton
6 3 Tim Hatfield
7 21 Richard Carey
8 20 Scott Adkins
9 9 Darrell Saylor
10 1 Donnie Petty
11 4 Clyde Overholt

Next were the Tazewell Late Models with friendly rivals Jason Trammell and Travis Fultz starting on row one. Trammell was hungry for a win and Fultz was looking to stay ahead in the points race. The two hammered into turn one with Trammell enjoying an ever so slight advantage. Fultz fell behind with James England in third. On lap 2 a caution fell for a Phil Helton spin and bunched the field up for a restart. By lap 6 Trammell had a 5 car length advantage as Greg Estes was fighting for England's third spot. On lap 11 Estes got hung behind a lap car while trying to make the pass and suffered damage ending his night. Back at the front it was Trammell, Fultz and England the top three. On lap 13 the top two put on a great side-by-side show until Fultz cleared the 90J of Trammell. On lap 23 Trammell took it down low and pulled up to the rear quarter of Fultz. On lap 27 the caution flag flew again this time for Jay Allen who had to leave the racing surface. The top three now was Fultz, Trammell and England. On the restart Fultz took the lead again but Phillip Nichols had problems and another yellow was displayed on lap 28. Fultz had to hold off the fast Trammell to get the win and did just that as he took the win in a great, crowd pleasing Tazewell Speedway Late Model feature event. After the race had ended Trammell showed Fultz that he was unhappy with the way Fultz had passed him and the two cars had to be seperated by track officials. Fultz pulled into victory lane to the cheers of the crowd but Trammell had proved to his fans that he was back.

Tazewell Late Model Results:
1 T0 Travis Fultz
2 90J Jason Trammel
3 2 James England
4 97 Keith Chapman
5 31 Greg Estes
6 8 Randy Davis
7 15 Michael Rutherford
8 24 Andy Wilder
9 33 Phillip Nichols
10 111 Jay Allan
11 56J Jody Horton
12 24H Phil Helton
13 77 Steve Carr DNS Tow Only

The Pure Street division hit the track next with Jason Long and Jonathan miracle on row one. Miracle got the lead but back in the pack Steve Smith started moving through the field. On lap 8 Miracle encountered lap traffic but held Long at bay. A lap 10 caution brought the field together for another wild restart. Smith began fighting for third as the field restarted and Miracle opened up his lead at the front. A crash in turn two between Paul Whitley and Jessie Wilder slowed the pace down on lap 16. Flagman Bruce Caylor threw the green on another restart and Miracle kept space between him and Jason Long. One more yellow had to be thrown and the race restarted once again on lap 18. Miracle took home another Pure Street win. Long grabbed second and Mike Daniels third.

Pure Street Results:
1 41 Johnathan Miracle
2 15 Jason Long
3 12 Michael Daniels
4 2 Steve Smith
5 28 Justin James
6 79 Jessie Wilder
7 58 Kevin Smith
8 97 Bo Hall
9 77 John Stevens
10 23 Paul Whitley
11 11 Toby Turner
12 O1 Luke Sharp
13 27 Gary Harville

Last on the program was the Four-Cylinders with a much better field of cars. On the front row was Chuck McMahan and Johnny Coggins. On the start McMahan hooked up and got a lead on the field but Joey Allen had him in his sights. A caution was displayed when Coggins spun in turn two. The field restarted with McMahan leading. Allen unfortunately had to pull off the track and Brad Pressley moved into second. Last week's winner Bubby Braden was third. Allen Holloway and Braden went hard after third but McMahan simply pulled away and took the win over Brad Pressley and Holloway who finally got around Braden.

Four Cylinder Results:
1 99 Chuck McMahan
2 19 Brad Pressley
3 A27 Allan Hollaway
4 111 Johnny Coggins
5 B7 Bubby Braden
6 97 Steve Lee
7 28 Anthony Guy
8 A00 Joey Allan
9. 2 Wayne Woodward DNS Tow Only
10. 2A Austin Fancher DNS Tow Only

The racing program concluded at 11:06.

Next Saturday, June 26th Tazewell Speedway will hold the second kid's night of the 2010 season. Kids ages 12 and under will receive a free hotdog and Coca-Cola. Also there will be a candy toss for children ages six and under. The following Saturday night July 3rd, Tazewell Speedway will host the Coca-Cola of Middlesboro, Kentucky 50 lap World of Outlaws $10,000 to win feature event. There will be fireworks and will be supported by the Modified Street Class as well as the Pure Street and Four-Cylinder classes. This will be the first time that the World of Outlaws Dirt late Models have appeared at the Taz.