Allen Cantrell of Commerce won the National Vintage Racing Association (NVRA) Limited Sportsman race Saturday night at Lanier National Speedway.
Cantrell, piloting a Chevy coupe, passed second-place finisher Jerry Williams, of Cornelia, piloting a 1932 Ford in the late stages of the race.
Robert Cantrell, Allen's father, and also of Commerce, came in third in the event. Allen Cantrell also won the track's Mini Stock event.
The National Vintage Racing Association sanctions and promotes the “Vintage Thunder” Racing Series, the largest touring vintage stockcar racing series in the United States. Several of the cars competing in the events are restored originals that raced during the ‘50s, ‘60s and ‘70s.
The Limited Sportsman division is just one of five divisions that compete in the NVRA.