Sellers Gets His Grandfather Clock

MARTINSVILLE, Va. — Peyton Sellers has done just about all there is to do as a Late Model Stock Car driver. Sellers finished second in his heat race earlier in the day, and started Saturday night’s feature in seventh. Unfortunately for him, he had to survive two in the final 10 laps. On lap 191, a spun car forces a caution and a bunching up of the cars. He also was thankful for a new race format that split the 200 laps into three stages – 100 laps, 75 laps, and 25 laps. “I ran the last 100 laps like I was qualifying,” he said. With the win, Sellers takes home $32,000, and added $7,000 with a win in the Virginia Triple Crown, giving to the driver with the highest average finish in three races at South Boston, Langley, and Martinsville Speedways. Jared Fryer finished second in the triple crown race, and Mason Diaz finished third.

Follow MotorMouth on social media:
Liked it? Take a second to support Motormouth on Patreon!
Become a patron at Patreon!
Notify of
Inline Feedbacks
View all comments

Would love your thoughts, please comment.x

Forgot your details?

Create Account