Jeff Fenton will have his work cut out for him on Friday night as the Inland Northwest Super Stock Association points leader will be out to stay ahead of second-place running David Garber and will have to contend with several new drivers trying to grab a top-6 finishing position and a spot in Sunday's Idaho 200 at Stateline Speedway.
Courtesy: INSSA Media Relations
The Inland Northwest Super Stock Association (INSSA) Super Late Model Series returns to home track State Line Speedway on Friday night to kick off the 10th Annual Idaho 200 Weekend.
After what looked to be a podium finish in the last INSSA race at Spokane County Raceway, point leader Jeff Fenton’s night ended early with a hole in the oil pan after dropping off the backstretch. Fenton finished the night in 11th place overall, allowing him to maintain a slim lead in the INSSA points over two-time INSSA champion, Dave Garber. Kameron McKeehan became a first time INSSA feature event winner, with Rusty Webb coming from two laps down to finish second, and Jessie Taylor rounding out the top three.
INSSA runs the Friday night NAPA Auto Care Centers Duel for the 200 event of each year’s Idaho 200. As in previous years, a strong field of 20+ cars is expected. Rocky Mountain Challenge Series (RMSC) returns for its second year for Saturday’s Duel for the 200 event. The top 6 finishers of each feature event are guaranteed a starting position in Sunday’s NAPA Auto Parts Idaho 200 should they choose. Other drivers, such as two-time Idaho 200 winner, Gary Lewis, will enter Sunday’s event through qualifying.
Joining the INSSA series on Friday night will be the Early Stock division, as well as a special Fever Four Shootout. Friday night $5 discount coupons are available at NAPA Auto Parts stores. Qualifying starts at 6:00pm with racing at 7:30pm