The track prep crew responded and worked the surface until racing was possible. STAY CONNECTED- Stay up to speed with all things Ocean Speedway by visiting the website at by following us on Twitter @Ocean_Speedway, or by liking us on Facebook at https:// On Saturday evening at Placerville Speedway the talented duo battled it out towards the end of an exciting 25-lap feature, with Sanders coming out on top to claim his 10th overall victory of the season.
As Shullick began to pull away, Shampine and Otto Sitterly were busy at work behind him as Shampine drove into third around the outside of both Bellinger and Connors with Sitterly following him through for fourth all the way from his twelfth starting spot. Once going back green Sanders pulled away, but just prior to getting the checkered, a stalled car in turn four brought out one final yellow.
Fresh off his first victory in nearly three seasons, it appeared as if Sitterly was poised for two in a row as he breezed by 8 cars in only five laps early on. At that same time top-five running Andy Gregg had issues and came to a stop after having an impressive run in the feature.
No sooner than they found the top five did Shampine and Sitterly take second and third as the pair worked past runner up Iosue by lap 6 with Shampine making an outside pass for second and Sitterly using the bottom part of the speedway to grab third. The green white checkered restart saw Forsberg keep pace with Sanders and give it one final stab down low through the final corners, but Sanders got the drive he needed and crossed the stripe with about a car length to spare.
and Aric Iosue brought the field to green for the 50-lap main event with Iosue leading the first circuit from the outside. Track prep had taken place prior to the feature and cars were able to run on virtually every square inch of the bullring.
After diving to the low side of rookie Tyler Thompson on the initial start, Shullick was on a mission from the inside of the third row and quickly began to work the outside lane on fourth starting Brandon Bellinger, Connors, and Iosue. On lap 12 Gualda hopped the cushion in turn three and stopped to bring out a yellow, forcing him to the rear of the field.