Rain Leads to Premature End for World Series Night Two

For the second night in a row, racing at the World Series of Asphalt Stock Car Racing ended early due to rain.

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For the second night in a row, racing at the World Series of Asphalt Stock Car Racing ended early due to rain.

The NASCAR Whelen Modified Tour season opener and the Pro Late Model 35-lap feature were raced to completion, but rain arrived while the Sportsman 50-lap feature was in progress. Between the persistent rain and a late start to the evening due to prior rainfall which scrapped NWMT qualifying, the evening's racing was cancelled.

The Sportsman feature has been declared official, with results based on running order when the event was stopped on lap 12. Adam Briggs was declared the winner, followed by Kody Brusso and Derek Griffith.

The Bomber A division has had both of its races cancelled due to rain on both Friday and Saturday. As a result, they have been added to Sunday's racing program. They will line up based on Saturday's qualifying results, with any drivers who join Sunday starting at the rear of the field.

The Florida Modifieds feature that was scheduled to close out the evening will not be made up. The Florida Modifieds are already part of Sunday's racing card for 35 laps.

Unofficial Results for NWMT, World Series Night #2