Bama Bash Title Owned by Ray Cook at Green Valley Speedway

Driver Ray Cook captured his third victory of the 2009 season by winning the annual “Bama Bash” at the Green Valley Speedway in Glencoe, Alabama.

Ray Cook Captured Bama Bash Title in Glencoe, Alabama, photo by
Ray Cook Captured Bama Bash Title in Glencoe, Alabama, photo by
The Brasstown, North Carolina native set the fast time during qualifying and won the competitive heat race. Cook also earned the pole position for the 75 lap main event.

Cook drove his D&R Motorsports No. 53 MasterSbilt House Car with K&N products. He led all seventy-five laps around the one groove oval on route to the $7500 purse. “Our K&N filters protect our engines in this type of dirt racing,” said Cook. “We can count on great filtration and additional horsepower with K&N.”

Cook also competed in the $3000 to win Crate Late Model portion of the “Bama Bash” and took sixth place in the final rundown.

“We’re going to ride this wave as long as we can,” said Cook. “The car was great all weekend long. We probably won the race by setting the fast time and taking the heat race. That gave us the preferred starting position. I just had to make sure I stayed in the rubber and took care of my tires.”

The No. 53 team will next compete at Boyd’s Speedway in Ringgold, Georgia. The Chattanooga area venue will host he “Cabin Fever 250” weekend series February 28. Cook has visited victory lane at Boyd’s already this year where he claimed a $5,000 top prize.

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