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Kyle, TX – Thunderhill Raceway, which has seen their crowds increase steadily the past few weeks, had another packed evening of racing Saturday night. The Texas Super Racing Series (TSRS) Operation Interdependence 75 brought out media from around the state as KMAC-Sports was providing live internet coverage of the race. Live coverage in written format was supplied by Nick Holt of Texas Speedzone.  As always, announcer duties were handled by Milton Hope who’s ability to turn a phrase keeps the crowd entertained from start to finish.

THR continued to build on the changes begun last week, by not only keeping the time limits on the races, but adding a “green, white, checkered” end to races that exceed that limit. This tweak removes the anti-climactic ending created when a time limit expires while the race is under the yellow caution flag. Now, when the time expires under yellow, the drivers are allowed one lap under green, one under the white (last lap), and finally the winner’s checkered flag.

Unofficial results provided by Nick Holt of Texas Speedzone

TSRS Late Model – Heath Stewart, Robert Barker, Brian Moczygemba
Pro Sedans – Mike Merrell, Sergio Hexsel, Bill LaBarge
Grand Stocks – Homer Pittner, Carolyn Aramendia, Tammy Thames
Allison Legacy – Shawn Cannon, Taylor Brandes, Morgan LeBaron
ASA A-Line Super Stocks – Keith Garret, Cary Stapp, Matt Hodge
Thunder Stocks – Mason Teague, Aaron Brungot, Steve Joyce

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