ARCA Menards Series West driver Cole Moore dominated the first-ever event in the Bill McAnally Racing Driver Academy, leading all 35 of the event’s laps en-route to the victory at All American Speedway on Friday Night.
Moore led the race wire-to-wire, edging out Gabe Sommers for the top-spot in time trials by 0.016 seconds.
Fast-time in the #BMRDriversAcademy for @GabeSommers15 over @cole_moore20 by .016 seconds. Tonight's main event goes live at 6:30pm on https://t.co/q6ZD1LatbD and https://t.co/wE1jUJSw3L pic.twitter.com/WSpomHpGsA
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Sommers would ultimately finish the race in second, with Brandon Varney, Amber Balcaen and Jolynn “JoJo” Wilkinson rounding out the five-car field in the series’ inaugural event. Balcaen – who finished fourth– was spun around on two seperate occasions as the result of contact from another driver, bringing out the only two incident-related caution flags of the 35-lap event.
The series will return for another 35-lap feature tomorrow night, as Cole Moore will look to go back-to-back in the first two races for the Bill McAnally Racing Driver Academy.