Langley closes 62nd seasonPublished 10:30pm Tuesday, October 23, 2012
By Gary Daughtrey
Special to the News-Herald
Derrick Boggess moved out front on the 40th circuit and rolled to victory in the 50-lap Enduro race, the featured event of Saturday afternoon’s Seventh Annual “Day of Destruction,” which marked the end of Langley Speedway’s 62nd season of competition.
Longtime Enduro ace Mike Ganoe drew the pole for the start and jumped out to a huge lead in the early going. His effort was derailed, though, by a tangle on the backstretch on lap 19.
While Ganoe struggled to right his machine, Larry Drommerhausen assumed the top spot and showed the way through lap 34.
Danny Harrell took the lead on lap 35. Five laps later, however, he gave way to Boggess, who paced the field to the checkered flag.
The win was worth $1,000 to Boggess, while Drommerhausen collected $500 for his second-place outing, and Shawn Gervais picked up $300 for third.
Saturday’s other event winners included:
- Appliance Race — Craig Eastep
- Train Race — John Branch
- Bag Race — Danny Harrell
- Flag Pole Race — Chris Hildebrand
- Reverse Race — Mike Murray
- Domestic Car Demolition Derby — Steve Durbin
- Import Car Demolition Derby — Ben Ipson
- Tug Of War Competition — Luci Kendrick
- Burnout Competition — Bobby Bradley