Hangtown 100 Point Standings After Night #1

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Logan Seavey leads the overall Elk Grove Ford Hangtown 100 standings entering the second night of the event, Wednesday, November 20, at California’s Placerville Speedway.

Seavey (Sutter, Calif.) finished second to Gio Scelzi in Wednesday night’s 30-lap USAC NOS Energy Drink National and Western States Midget feature at Placerville behind winner Gio Scelzi (Fresno, Calif.) who resides second overall in the standings behind Seavey.

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The 100-lap A-Main will feature 24 cars with the top-12 inverted by points followed by the next 8 in points lined straight up, followed by B-Main transfers 1-4.  150 points will be awarded for first place and minus 3 points per position thereafter.  The driver with the most total points after the Night Two A-Main will be the overall point champion.

Ties in overall points will revert to qualifying times.  The promoter reserves the right to add provisionals to the Night Two A-Main.  There is a possibility of a mandatory fuel stop between laps 40-50 of the Night Two A-Main.

HANGTOWN 100 POINTS

(After Night 1 of 2)

1. (161) Logan Seavey

2. (157) Gio Scelzi

3. (154) Spencer Bayston

4. (153) Jesse Colwell

5. (150) Ricky Stenhouse, Jr.

6. (149) Shane Golobic

7. (149) Tanner Carrick

8. (147) Jason McDougal

9. (146) Dillon Welch

10. (142) Kyle Larson

11. (142) Brady Bacon

12. (136) Aaron Reutzel

13. (132) Kevin Thomas, Jr.

14. (132) Jerry Coons, Jr.

15. (131) Thomas Meseraull

16. (126) Christopher Bell

17. (122) Rico Abreu

18. (119) Robert Dalby

19. (118) Jake Swanson

20. (116) Michael Pickens

21. (115) Ryan Bernal

22. (114) Colby Copeland

23. (109) Brad Sweet

24. (105) Cannon McIntosh

25. (102) Daison Pursley

26. (101) Cory Elliott

27. (96) Michael Faccinto

28. (95) Zeb Wise

29. (94) Colton Heath

30. (93) Jake Bubak

31. (92) Dave Darland

32. (91) Holley Hollan

33. (90) Justin Grant

34. (89) Kaidon Brown

35. (89) Tyler Courtney

36. (86) Andrew Layser

37. (85) Chase Johnson

38. (85) Tucker Klaasmeyer

39. (83) Chris Windom

40. (83) Ethan Mitchell

41. (81) Buddy Kofoid

42. (81) Kyle Cummins

43. (76) Ben Worth

44. (72) Robert Carson

45. (71) Maria Cofer

46. (71) C.J. Sarna

47. (70) Colby Johnson

48. (67) Jake Morgan

49. (66) Gage Rucker

50. (65) Jonathan Beason

51. (65) Randi Pankratz

52. (64) Dylan Ito

53. (64) Tony Gualda

54. (60) David Prickett

55. (60) Kiely Ricardo

56. (54) Blake Bower

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