STEPHENVILLE, Texas (May 27) – Cory Davis and Gary Williams both won second Lone Star Super Gas IMCA Red River Modified Tour presented by Smiley’s Racing Products features on Memorial Day at 281 Speedway. “We worked the high to middle line pretty much and rolled around everyone on the lower line. We could run anywhere we wanted to,” said Egbert, flourishing in the Express Race Cars, Dirt Defender and CRS Suspensions ride. “This was one of those races you wish you could do over and over again. We hadn’t won at 281 since I don’t know when, and that was in a Modified.” Trevor Egbert, meanwhile, won for the first time at Stephenville in so long he wasn’t sure when. “When we got it done at Kennedale, we knew we had a fast car. We were hoping for a top five here. To be able to run this well and win gave us more confidence,” Williams said. “Joe Spillman gave us a well-prepared track. Hats off to him and his crew for giving us a great place to race.” Southern SportMods – 1. Trevor Egbert; 2. Jake Upchurch; 3. Casey Brunson; 4. Bo Day Greenville; 5. Chad Fitzgerald; 6. Justin Nabors; 7. Kevin Roland; 8. Kaden Honeycutt; 9. James Hanusch; 10. Nick Clinkenbeard; 11. Taylor Florio; 12. Blaine Shives; 13. Kamera McDonald; 14. Trevor Raney; 15. Rowdy Day; 16. Junior Dosher; 17. Brian Flowers; 18. Gregory Muirhead; 19. Greg Frazier; 20. Craig Oakes; 21. Ryan Thomas; 22. Tanner Houston; 23. James McCreery; 24. Kyle Wilkins; 25. James Skinner. Williams had topped the Saturday IMCA Sunoco Stock Car lidlifter at Kennedale Speedway Park. He made just the second start of his career at 281 a memorable one with a flag to flag run in front, holding off challenges from Dennis Bissonnette and then from eventual runner-up Cary White. Fred Wojtek and Chris Morris were next across the line. Stock Cars – 1. Gary Williams; 2. Cary White; 3. Shelby Williams; 4. Dennis Bissonnette; 5. A.J. Dancer; 6. Jeffrey Abbey; 7. Brandon Hood; 8. Jason Batt; 9. Tyler Muirhead; 10. Caleb Crenshaw; 11. George Egbert; 12. Westin Abbey; 13. Dustin White; 14. Gary Kerr Jr.; 15. Austin Carter; 16. Vernon Owens; 17. Charlie Brown; 18. Daniel Shipler; 19. Lee Riley; 20. Treven Geter; 21. Demetrius Carter; 22. Justin Wierenga; 23. Drew Garcia; 24. Clint Brown; 25. Dustin Mooney. Feature Results Gary Williams led every lap in winning his second Red River Tour feature for IMCA Sunoco Stock Cars, on Memorial Day at 281 Speedway. (Photo by Debbie Hix) Davis led all 25 laps of the IMCA Modified main event, weathering a series of early cautions and pulling away after each restart. Also the Sunday night winner at Heart O’ Texas Speedway, Davis checked out on everybody in taking the $1,500 victory. Modifieds – 1. Cory Davis; 2. Fred Wojtek; 3. Chris Morris; 4. Tyler Stephens; 5. Eric Tomlinson; 6. Kevin Green; 7. Riley Simmons; 8. John Gober; 9. Josh McGaha; 10. Chris Elliott; 11. William Gould; 12. Jeff Hoegh; 13. Beau Begnaud; 14. Jason Hunter; 15. Brent Tidwell; 16. David Goode Jr.; 17. Garrett Higgins; 18. Matt Guillaume; 19. Jeffrey Abbey; 20. Drew Armstrong; 21. Chuck Sanders; 22. P.J. Egbert; 23. Ryan Williams; 24. Brandon Hood; 25. Chris Bragg. Once in front, there was no catching Trevor Egbert before the checkers flew at the conclusion of the Red River Tour for Smiley’s Racing Products Southern SportMods at Stephenville. (Photo by Stacy Kolar, Southern Sass Photography) After starting fifth, Egbert was up to third before the only caution came out to interrupt the Smiley’s Racing Products Southern SportMod feature. He took the lead on lap seven and left the rest of the field to fight for second.