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Rouse wows capacity crowd at Roseville

Romero, Price clinch local AAS titles
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The 11th annual October Classic is an event fans will not soon forget. The standing room only crowd at All American Speedway on Saturday night was treated to a night of close racing and dramatic moments throughout.

 

Cole Rouse claimed the victory in an action-packed NASCAR K&N Pro Series West NAPA AutoCare / Roseville Toyota 200 presented by TriCo Welding Supplies and the West Coast Stock Car Hall of Fame.

 

Rouse and Ryan Partridge battled to the very end, with Rouse pulling away late to score his first career K&N Pro Series West win. 

 

Cole Moore dominated the 100-lap Pacific Challenge Series Late Model main event. He held off hard charging young gun Adam Lemke for the majority of the race, and was able to hold on for the win over newly crowned 2018 series champion Jason Romero. Lemke, Jack Wood and two-time series champ Mike Beeler rounded out the Top 5. 

 

While Kris Price clinched the North State Modified Series championship by starting the race, it was his brother Eric Price who wound up victorious in the time shortened feature. A multitude of cautions, including a lengthy red flag that took early leader Darrin Knight out of contention, led to the race being shortened to 19 laps.  Kris Price, Keith Bloom, Guy Young and Dustin Derosier completed the Top 5.

 

Josh Whitfield was victorious again in the Super Stock A’s. Byron Gonzales led the majority of the race, but on the last lap Whitfield got under Gonzales and picked up the win in a photo finish. Erick Ray took the win in the Super Stock B’s after a spirited battle with Chris Paulson. 

 

Billy Ray stayed undefeated in the Mini Cups vs Bandoleros this season. The 13-year-old driver held off an early charge from Jayce McCarthey to claim his fifth win of the season.

 

The next event on this season’s schedule at All American Speedway will be back-to-back Monster Truck Madness events on Saturday, Oct. 20, and Sunday, Oct. 21. The Saturday event will also include the Limited Modified division in competition. Sunday’s event will include the F4s in action.

 

For rules, entry forms, or general information; go to www.allamericanspeedway.com. For additional questions about the speedway, call 916-786-2025.