Dillon Spreen, driver of the #5 TSRS Allison Legacy, started near the back of the field and quickly worked his way up to the front of the pack in the 25-lap TSRS Allison Legacy feature race on Saturday, July 17. He took the lead from Kyle Harding on Lap 13 and held off a hard charge by points leader Charles Aikin to claim the win. Complete results are shown below.
TSRS Allison Legacys
- 5 Dillon Spreen Boerne, TX 25 laps QT 17.057 Fast Time/Hard Charger
- 87 Charles Aikin Round Rock, TX 25 laps QT 17.323 Hard Charger
- 19 Cole Runco Spring Branch, TX 25 laps QT 17.390
- 56 Lauren Runco Spring Branch, TX 25 laps 17.804
- 24 Kris Kerr San Antonio, TX 25 laps QT 17.645
- 99 Matt Yevcak Kyle, TX 25 laps QT 17.715
- 88 Kyle Harding Conroe, TX QT 17.727
- 80r Collin Alexander San Antonio, TX 25 laps QT 18.258
The plans for this weekend’s activities (July 16 & 17) at Thunderhill Raceway (Kyle, TX) are heating up – for both on and off-the-track action.
Starting off the weekend will be an Open Test-n-Tune practice session on Friday (July 16) that will run from 4P until dark. Pit admission is only $10 for non-drivers, and grandstand spectators will be admitted free. During the practice session, fans can come to watch the drivers and crews tune in their race cars and trucks for Saturday’s racing action.
Following the Open Test-n-Tune, everyone is invited to join in some extra pit action at a Tailgate Party that’s being sponsored by Gen-Tech, LaFont Racing, Bobby Teer Racing (TSRS) and Thunderhill Raceway. Fans (and race teams) can bring their own coolers, chairs, food and drinks and enjoy spending some time with the drivers and other racing fans. Cookers (grills) will be available during the party, and entertainment will be provided by a live DJ – Steve “Mad Dog” Sommo (Big Dog Entertainment)/ Tailgate Party admission is free, and (free) overnight camping in the parking lot is encouraged.
“We’ve been off for a few weeks, and we’re all so ready to get back to racing,” said Mary Ann Naumann, THR Owner/Promoter. “We have lots of activities planned for this weekend, and I know everyone will have great time hanging out at the track.”
To start off a full day of racing on Saturday (July 17), Thunderhill Raceway will open its pit gates at 11A, and the grandstand gates will open at 4P. Qualifying for all classes starts at 4:15P. Grandstand admission is $12 for adults, and children 12 and under are free.
A Fan Appreciation Happy Hour is scheduled from 5:30P – 6:30P. Thanks to H-E-B in Kyle (TX) and Thunder Grill (track concession), fans can purchase a hot dog or soft drink for only $1 during the Happy Hour.
Openings ceremonies are set for 6P, and special guests for the evening will be Miss Kyle, Jennifer Hamzy, and Miss Kyle Teen, Christina Nunez. The Texas Corvette Association will kick off the evening’s activities with a few hot laps right after opening ceremonies.
Ten classes of racing are scheduled for Saturday – including the TSRS Late Models and Allison Legacys, Pro Trucks (featured class), SportMods, Dwarf Cars, Bandoleros, ASA A-Line Super Stocks, Thunder Stocks, Grand Stocks and Mini Stocks.
The TSRS Late Model Race will be held in memory of Steven Longley, a longtime racing fan who passed away on June 29. His son, Christopher (Longley), will be the Grand Marshall for Saturday’s race.
Thunderhill Raceway is a 3/8-mile, D-shaped asphalt oval track that’s located at 24801 IH-35, on the access road just north of San Marcos (TX) near Yarrington Road (Exit #210).
For information on Thunderhill Raceway visit the track’s website at www.thunderhillraceway.com.