Estevan's Aaron Turnbull turned in an impressive double play at the Estevan Motor Speedway's regular program on July 19.
Turnbull won the modified feature race at the speedway – his second local modified feature win this season. Turnbull is the defending track champion in that class.
He started near the back of the field for the feature, but worked his way to the front, and finished ahead of Mason Big Eagle. Jim Harris was third and Wayne Johnson came in fourth.
Turnbull also won the feature in the late model division – his first feature win in Estevan in the late model class. Johnson was second, Steven Pfeifer was third and Allen Kent came in fourth.
Stock cars and hobby stocks were also part of the program.
Jordan Durward won the stock car feature – his first feature win this season in Estevan. Rocky Alexander was second, Gregg Mann was third and Brendon LaBatte was fourth.
Riley Raynard took the hobby stock feature – his first ever feature race victory. Leevi Runge and Ryder Scholpp were second and third, respectively. Ironically, all three drivers hail from Lampman.
Brad King of Parshall, N.D. was the top non-Lampman driver in the feature; he came in fourth.
(For more on Raynard and his victory, please see a story on page 3).
In the points races, Big Eagle has the lead in the modifieds with 166. Pfeifer is second with 160, while Turnbull and Jim Harris are tied for third, just a point each behind Pfeifer.
Tyson Turnbull has the lead in the late model division with 193 points. Pfeifer is in second, five points off the pace. Harris is third with 176.
Geoff Mann holds the top spot in the stock car division with 180 points. Alexander is just four points back, and Durward is just 10 points off the lead.
King is the leader in the hobby stock division with 232 points. Runge is second with 220 and Dylan Crozier sits third with 192.
The next event at the Estevan Motor Speedway is July 28. The Blaine Brothers Late Model Challenge Series will be making their first-ever appearance in Estevan. The program starts at 7 p.m.