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DUBLIN – Dunn’s Shaun Sewell (#06 car) captured his first checkered flag of the season at Dublin Motor Speedway Saturday night in the Late Model feature race after posting a trio of runner-up finishes.

Lumberton’s Zack Cox who won the April 15th Late Model event at Dublin took second place in the #12 car, and Hope Mills’ Shaun Harrell posted a third-place finish.

Mooresville’s Billy Workman, Jr. claimed the top prize in the Open Wheel Modified division driving the #64 car. Eastover’s John Marshall finished second in the #38 car, and Concord’s Greg Brown was third in the #12 car.

With his victory Saturday night, Marion’s Johnny Moore (#57 car) has now reeled off four consecutive Super Street victories at Dublin and raised his win-total at Dublin this year to six. Fayetteville’s Greg Cain finished second in the #25 car, and Dillon’s Chris Powers posted a third-place finish.

Martin Sweatt of Hope Mills drove the #12 car to his second Dublin victory of the season in the Pure Stock event. Carthage’s Ricky Razillard came in second in the #34 car, and Travis Byrd finished third.

Clinton’s Patrick Mcdougald moved up to victory lane in the U-Cars race after taking second place on July 29th. Levi Smith finished second, and Wilmington’s Chris Bron was third in the #58 car.

Leland’s Pete Brew took the checkered flag again for his second Super Stock 4-cylinder victory at Dublin this year. His dad, Greg Brew, finished third behind Kevin Weatherford who claimed second place.

Racing returns to Dublin Saturday, August 26th with the Bell & Bell Vintage Series plus the usual racing in Late Model, Open Wheel Modified, Super Street, Pure Stock, and U-Cars.