Kelley Stays Ahead Of Trouble For Victory



Last Thursday, the RB Performance Super Late Model Series visited Florida and the New Smyrna Speedway for a 125-lap feature event under the lights. Casey Kelley would use a heat race win to start on the pole for the race, and he would use that to his advantage leading 119 laps, and staying out in front of all the trouble behind him to bring home the victory. The win would be Kelley’s first career win in SARA competition. James Linkiewicz, Derek Robinson, Ryan Borges, and Mike Belanger would round out the top 5.

1. Casey Kelley
2. James Linkiewicz
3. Derek Robinson
4. Ryan Borges
5. Mike Belanger
6. Fred Moreau
7. Russell Berry
8. Dale Owen
9. Robert Matthews
10. Dustin Riccioni
11. Ty Spearman
12. Ian Layne
13. Jeff Hoggard
14. Ken Belanger
15. Steve Rosner
16. Todd Cousins
17. Nicolas Moreau
18. Huston Hamer
19. Clay Snider
20. Matt Rolfe
21. David Krikorian
22. Bill Martin
23. Trent Brown
24. Jeff Kendrick
25. Ty Majeski
26. Ray Farlow
27. Heath Smith
DNS: Trey Jarell, Jacob Linkiewicz, Dante Curtis
DNQ: Sam Clark, Derek Colson, Justin Mullikin, Mark Welch, Yves Pelland

Ty Majeski – ARCA Braking – Probation
Nicolas Moreau – Negative Voice Chatter + Retaliation – 50 point penalty + Probation
Todd Cousins – Negative Voice Chatter + Retaliation – 50 point penalty + Probation
Dale Owen – Aggressive Driving – EOL on lead lap + 1 Week Suspension (through Week 8 races)

Next week the series will return to the Milwaukee Mile for the longest race of the season, 150 laps on the mile-long track.

With a 6th place finish, Fred Moreau hangs onto the points lead by 31 points heading into next week’s race.

For full results and points, click HERE.