Kinzer involved in pileup at Talladega Short Track


Staff Report



ALLEN – Floyd County native Brandon Kinzer and his number 18 raceteam drove through the pit gate at Talladega Short Track in Eastaboga, Alabama for the B.J. Parker Memorial on Saturday. Kinzer adanced to the feature race but was forced to exit the event early when he was caught up in a race mishap.

The Southern All Stars Dirt Racing Series (SAS) once again presided over the $4,200-to-win showdown at TST. Kinzer clicked off the seventh fastest lap in his group during the qualifying session prior to claiming the second transfer spot through his B-Main. After rolling off from the inside of the seventh row in the 42-lap feature event, Kinzer was involved in a huge pileup on the second circuit. As a result of heavy front-end damage to his Longhorn mount,Kinzer retired from the B.J. Parker Memorial in the 24th position.

Reigning series champion Riley Hikman won the B.J. Parker Memorial.

Complete results from the SAS feature event were as follows: 1. Riley Hickman; 2. Jason Hiett; 3. Tim Roszell; 4. Josh Putnam; 5. Terry Smith; 6. William Thomas; 7. Tim Busha; 8. Austin Horton; 9. David Brannon; 10. Dylan Ames; 11. Mark Bangs; 12. Joseph Joiner; 13. Ryan King; 14. Chris Thomas; 15. Tommy Taylor; 16. T J Brittain; 17. Brad Berry; 18. Brad Skinner; 19. Jamie Perry; 20. Jim Rogers; 21. Adam Cummings; 22. Todd Morrow; 23. Jake Knowles; 24. Brandon Kinzer. DNS: Jeff Johns, David Newton.

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