Linkenhoker and Worrell win at Shenandoah Speedway

From Jim Haines

Shennandoah, VA — (May 14, 2016) — A rain delay on April 30th after the trophy dash meant a changeup format was put in to play as the sprinters hit the track for twin twenty lap features this week. Rain moved through in the afternoon but was early enough for the track to be ready on time but it left behind cool temps and winds up to forty miles an hour. The first feature had Glenn Worrell and Tony Harris on the front row with Harris out first. Bill Rice was strong up high right behind them and got Worrell first and Harris on lap six but Anthony Linkenhoker was coming on hard as well. Linkenhoker was in second by lap ten and in the lead for good two laps later as Worrell was pressing Rice as laps ran out with Anthony Linkenhoker out front at the checkers. At the line Anthony Linkenhoker, Bill Rice, Glenn Worrell, French Grimes, Josh Perreault, Jerald Harris, Ron Moyers and Tony Harris.

Feature number two had Glenn Worrell and Tony Harris on the point as the green waved with Worrell out front on the bottom and Harris mid track and the two traded the lead lap after lap with Worrell gaining the upper hand on lap eight. Bill Rice moved to second but was no match as Worrell was smooth and fast out front to take his first pavement win. At the line it was Glenn Worrell, Bill Rice, Anthony Linkenhoker, Jerald Harris, Tony Harris, French Grimes, Josh Perreault and Ron Moyers.

Next Week it’s back to Eastside Speedway in Waynesboro, Va. on Saturday night May 21st for another dirt track show.