Falk wins second straight Late Model race at Langley

HAMPTON — C.E. Falk moved out front on lap 32 and rolled to his second straight win in the Carl’s Racing Products 125 for the Late Model Stock Cars, the featured event of Saturday evening’s NASCAR Whelen All-American Series program at Langley Speedway.
Matt Waltz earned the pole, at 91.312 mph, and led the first 31 circuits with Falk in tow.
On lap 32, Falk slipped a fender underneath Waltz off Turn 2 and pulled ahead as they exited Turn 4.
By the finish, Falk’s winning margin had grown to nearly a full straightaway over Waltz.
Nick Smith was third, while Late Model rookie Brenden “Butterbean” Queen posted his second fourth-place run. Danny Edwards Jr. completed the top five.
• In the 25-lap Super Truck race, fast qualifier Robbie Davis overcame an inversion of the top six, taking the lead on lap 8, and sailed to his second win.
Troy Turnage was second, a straightaway behind, while Jacob Carr, Bill Wallace and Chase McAdams completed the top five.
• Pole starter Connor Hall held off a race-long challenge from Spencer Saunders to bag his first victory in the 25-lap Legends feature, pulling away by three lengths at the finish.
Brad Hancock tailed Hall and Saunders to the checkers, in third, followed by Payton Ryan and Chris Raiford.
• Tim Wilson set a new division record in UCAR qualifying, 74.252 mph, and backed it up with his second win.
Jon Largena, who led laps 3-9, was second, three lengths back. Jesse Jones IV, Denver Alvis and Kevin Morgan rounded out the top five.
• Maddy Mulligan started on the pole, at 69.325 mph, a division record, and wired the field for her second win in a 15-lapper for the Bandoleros.
Ryleigh Lemonds was the runner-up, half a straightaway back, followed by Dashe McLaughlin, Trevor Wells and Andrew Fortin.

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