Bone Stocks

Phil Givens Scores Spring Velocity Bone Stock Victory at Sunset Speedway

A mid-race restart was all Phil Givens needed, as it allowed him to grab the lead, and he was able to cruise away from the field after that.

Curtis Young won the opening heat of the day.

Craig Cole won the second qualifier followed by Phil Givens, Calvin Reesor, Alex Stewart, Nicholas Reece, the 88, and Shawn Sikes.

Curtis Young picked up the daily double in front of Kris Khan, Steele, Mark Allan, Jacob Booth, and Cash Ireton.

Phil Givens won the fourth qualifier followed by Cole, Reesor, Stewart, Sikes, Reece, and the 88.

Come feature time, it’d be Calvin Reesor and Brandon Steele side-by-side for the lead on the opening lap, as Phil Givens battled Craig Cole for third. Givens got the spot on Lap 2, with Curtis Young trying to follow him through, as Jacob Booth ran sixth in front of Kris Khan and Mark Allan. Allan would get alongside Booth for sixth on Lap 4.

At the front of the field, Reesor took control of the top spot on Lap 5, with Givens alongside Steele for second, in front of Young, Cole, and Khan. Cole would challenge Young for fourth on Lap 7, with Stewart challenging Allan for eighth about three laps later.

The race saw its first and only caution on Lap 10, for Steele having the tire fall off the car off of turn four, with Young making contact with the rear-end of him in the process. Steele was done for the event, with Young sent to the back for the restart.

Phil Givens got a good restart ahead of Reesor, Cole, Khan and Booth, with Allan and Stewart side-by-side for sixth. Stewart got loose on Lap 13, which allowed Allan to get by for the sport. Behind them, Sikes challenged Ireton for eighth, taking the spot on Lap 16, as the 88 ran 10th in front of Hailey McNicol and the 13.

Phil Givens led the rest of the way en route to securing the victory, with Calvin Reesor edging out Craig Cole’s late challenge for second. Jacob Booth and Mark Allan rounded out the top-five, followed by Curtis Young, Shawn Sikes, Cash Ireton, the 88, Hailey McNicol, and the 13, as Kris Khan headed down pit road on the last lap.

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