NAPA Tradition closes season at ACS
CORNING — One hundred and ten drivers from four states made the haul to the Adams County Speedway to vie for their share of over $27,000 in prize money posted for the 16th annual NAPA Tradition.
Brett Heeter from Kansas City, Kan., was the feature division stock car winner, leading all 30 laps after having the good fortune of drawing the pole starting position for both his heat race and the feature event. Heeter held off a hard charging ACS regular, Corning’s own Clay Mercer, to get the win by a margin of only .026 seconds. Mercer had started 11th in the field and had worked his way up to second place with 10 laps remaining, but was never able to make the pass for the win.
Brad Derry, another ACS regular from Bedford came in third, followed by 2012 Tradition winner Lance Deal of Fort Dodge in fourth. ACS track champion (2011) Jason Rold was fifth and five-time IMCA national champion Jeff Anderson of Atlantic finished sixth.
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