Ohio driver Cody Coughlin finished off a hectic week by winning the Pic-A-Part 100 for the CRA/JEGS All Stars Tour at Anderson Speedway on Saturday.
Coughlin raced in the Redbud 300 for super late models on July 16, in the Camping World Truck Series on Wednesday at Eldora Speedway and in the super late model race at Lucas Oil Raceway on Friday.
Coughlin was able to pass his crew chief Jack Smith with 30 laps remaining and then survived two restarts to record his second win of the year and extend his points lead over Smith.
Smith led the first 69 laps before Coughlin, the fast qualifier, was able to slip inside coming off the second corner on the 70th circuit.
Coughlin had to survive a final restart on lap 86 after Austin Kunert spun on the front straight while running sixth.
From there Coughlin was challenged for a few laps by Scott Tomasik but eventually pulled away to win by 1.5-seconds with Dan Leeck, Phil Bozell and Austin Kunert.
Coughlin set a new track record for the CRA/JEGS All Stars Tour with a lap of 12.178-seconds during qualifying breaking the mark set by Bubba Pollard in 2013 at 12.231-seconds.
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Curtis Chapman won for the second time in three races and is the driver on a hot streak heading into next Saturday’s National Crown event.
Chapman took the lead at the start and was pressed for the entire distance by Shawn Cullen.
Cullen looked several times both inside and outside for a chance to record his third win of the season but to no avail.
Jeff Swinford came home in third followed by Nick Warner and Bruce McFall.
After a mechanical problem during qualifications, Ohio driver Zach Miller went on to score this third feature win of the season in Legends action.
Miller passed early leader John Robbins on the seventh circuit with Ryan Miller getting inside of Robbins four laps later.
Zach Miller was able to hold off his older brother, Ryan, on a restart with nine laps remaining for the victory. Robbins, Marty Griffin and Doug Dugger rounded out the top five.