Four Montgomery County racers were in Macon on Saturday, Aug. 29, for the Macon Speedway’s weekly races.
Hillsboro’s Kevin Rench and Evan Lynch and Coffeen’s Matt Tomazzoli all raced in the Pro-Mod division, each landing in the second heat for qualifying. Rench would finish third overall in the heat, while Lynch and Tomazzoli were sixth and seventh respectively.
In the feature, Rench would move up from the sixth starting spot to take fifth in the 15-car field, while Lynch moved up four spots to finish in seventh. Tomazzoli would take 13th after suffering a DNF (did not finish).
It would be a roller coaster night for Hillsboro’s Brady Lynch in the Pro Late Model division as the 14B set the top qualifying time at 11.389.
Things would go down hill from there though as Lynch got collected in an accident in the heat race, but managed to piece the car together enough to finish sixth in the feature.
Lynch is currently second in the Pro Late Model points race at Macon with 368 points. Rench is also in the top ten in points in the Pro-Mod division as he sits in sixth with 342 points.
While his brothers were in Macon, Nathan Lynch took the 14N to Fayette County Speedway in Brownstown on Aug. 29. Going up against 29 other B-Modifieds, Lynch ran fourth in his heat, but was caught up in some trouble in the feature, which resulted in a hole in his radiator. Still, the Hillsboro racer managed to take 15th overall.