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Evans Wins 100-Lap Enduro
May 2, 2007 - Eric Evans of Greenfield won the 100-lap Thunder Car Enduro at Mt. Lawn Speedway Sunday afternoon. Evans started 19th and took the lead for good on lap 15, leading the rest of the way.
Bobby Brown of Spiceland led the first three laps and Tom Nixon of Daleville led the next two before Ray Evans of Greenfield took over and led laps six through 10.
Kevin Claborn of Cambridge City grabbed the top spot on lap 11 and stayed there until Evan led lap 113. Claborn moved back in front to lead lap 14, but Evans regained the lead on the next lap and never was seriously challenged after that.
Chuck Cook of Greensboro finished second, followed by Claborn, Brett Marcum of Morristown, Rob Allman of Anderson, Frankie Oakes of Cambridge City, Brown, Rod Phipps of Anderson, Randy Hoppes of Markleville and Charlie Thomas of Selma, rounding out the top 10. Cook set fast time in qualifications at 18.619, while Eric and Ray Evans won the heats.
Eddie Claborn of Cambridge City won the 40-lap Hornet feature leading the final 20 laps of the event. Twenty-eight cars started the race, with Josh Petry of Greenfield leading the first three laps.
Larry Hatfield of Indianapolis took over and led the next 17, but Claborn took the lead for good on lap 21. He was followed across the line by Derrick Young of Indianapolis, Hatfield, Scott Tungate of New Castle, Les Tolliver of Markleville, Joyce Dyer of Greenfield, Keith Morris of Mt Summit, Jerry Small of Arcadia, Rick Siggers of Cambridge City, and Jason Alexander of Indianapolis.
Fast time in trials went to Young, while Bradley Brooks of Indianapolis, Morris, and Mark Dalworth of Middletown won the heats.
USAC Midgets begin their season at Mt. Lawn on Wednesday night and opening night for the Motion Motors Late Models, Dependable Drywall Thunders and Collins Auto Service Hornets will be Saturday night May 5.
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