Schrader took the win by approximately five car lengths. With Schrader out in front on the Delaware Double File restart, Bowers elected to go to the top and close some ground. During the run, Schrader moved about a lane up and found some extra bite, forcing Bowers to forgo his thought of keeping to the extreme top side. SPRINGFIELD, Mo. (May 30) – Kenny Schrader took the early lead and then schooled the IMCA Modified field following a late restart Saturday at The Quick Quarter of the Springfield Raceway. Out in front, Schrader opened a half-a-track lead until a late caution bunched the field as fast moving Steven Bowers Jr. was getting the chance to try and steal the thunder at Jerry Hoffman’s high banked racy oval. For Schrader, the opening night win marked a special moment as the very popular driver celebrated to the date his first-ever race and first-ever win 49 years ago. He’d also celebrated his 65th birthday just a day earlier. IMCA Modified action continues this Saturday with racing at 7 p.m. Schrader, in his Federated Auto Parts Modified, took the early lead from Derek Watson after starting third in the 20-lap Bad Boy Mowers feature.
B&H tennis player Mirza Bašić qualified for the second round of ITF Futures tournament in Antalya, worth 10.000 dollars.Bašić at the start of the tournament won against Dimitri Grambul from Macedonia with the result 6:3, 6:2.Two more B&H tennis players Aldin Šetkić and Tomislav Brkić will perform at the tournament in Antalya. Šetkić in the first round will play against Maxim Tchoutakian from France, while Bašić will play against Maximiliano Marterer from Germany.(Source: Fena)