It’s All Williams In VMS LM Go

JAMAICA, Va. — It didn’t take long for Justin Williams to work his way to the front from his third-place starting position lead in the Victory Lap Pro Late Model feature Saturday night at Virginia Motor Speedway.

On the opening circuit, Williams would work his way inside outside polesitter Jeremy Pilkerton out of turn four and lead the first lap by inches. Once out front, Williams pulled away from the field in dominating fashion to score his third Victory Lap Pro Late Model win of the season and second in a row.

“We had a perfect car tonight, I wanted to get to the front as quick as I could. With all these great cars here, you can’t sit back and wait,” said Williams.

Billy Hubbard and Jeremy Pilkerton led the field to green. Pilkerton would slide inside Hubbard with Justin Williams in tow. In turn three, Williams got inside Pilkerton as the two raced back to the line to see who would lead the first lap. It would be Williams at the line by inches.

Once in the lead, Williams would pull away from the field and take his third victory of the season in dominantfashion over Pilkerton, fast-qualifier Chuck Bowie, Matt Quade, and Billy Hubbard. 

In other action, Bret Hamilton led flag to flag, holding off point leader Chase Butler to score his first Budweiser Modified win of the season.

In the Truckin Thunder Sportsman feature Davis Lipscombe took the lead on lap nine and went on to score his fourth win in a row from his eighth-place starting spot.

Brian Maxey claimed the limited stock car main event.


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