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Ray Cook Slips into North Georgia; Passes Seven Cars in 40-Lapper
(March 3, 2019) Ray Cook made a last minute decision and slipped into North Georgia Speedway in Chatsworth, Georgia on Saturday night, March 2 for the Ultimate Super Late Model Series season opener. A strong field of 29 competitors were on the ground at the northern Georgia oval to vie for the $4,000 winner's check. Ray, who was piloting his own Capital racecar, started off the evening by posting the seventh quickest lap in Group B during the qualifying session. After grabbing the fifth transfer spot in his B-Main, Ray rolled off from the outside of the tenth row in the 40-lap main event. The Brasstown, North Carolina ace then drove his #53 machine - that was powered by a 525 motor - by seven competitors during the distance to claim a thirteenth place showing. Full results from North Georgia Speedway can be accessed online at www.ultimatesupers.com.

Cook Enters Winter Freeze IX at Screven Motor Speedway
(February 9, 2019) The World of Outlaws Morton Buildings Late Model Series kicked off their version of the 2019 racing season on February 8-9 at Screven Motor Speedway in Sylvania, Georgia. The Peach State venue drew a 39 car field for the 'Winter Freeze IX,' which featured two complete shows paying $10,000 to win each night. On Friday night, Ray Cook finished seventh in his heat race and fifth in his B-Main, while he ran seventh in his heat race and tenth in his B-Main earlier tonight. On both occasions, Ray unfortunately missed out on advancing into the 50-lap feature event.

Super Bowl of Racing Nightly Results from Golden Isles Speedway
(February 2, 2019) Another $12,000 payday was on the line with the Lucas Oil Late Model Dirt Series tonight in the 'Super Bowl of Racing' finale at Golden Isles Speedway. A stout 37 car field signed into the pit area at the Brunswick, Georgia-area oval and a large crowd was on hand to witness all of the ground-pounding action. Ray Cook and Wynn Motorsports, who already had a beat-up #53 car from the opener, opted to scratch from tonight's program after more rain invaded the area throughout the day.

(February 1, 2019) The 2019 edition of the Lucas Oil Late Model Dirt Series season got underway tonight in the 'Super Bowl of Racing' opener at Golden Isles Speedway near Brunswick, Georgia. Most of the $12,000 to win racing program was completed this evening, but the final B-Main and the 50-lap headliner were pushed to Saturday afternoon after inclement weather struck the southern Georgia speedplant. Ray Cook timed in twelfth quickest in Group B during the qualifying session, but an early heat race wreck dropped him to ninth in his prelim. Ray was not able to transfer through his B-Main and unfortunately missed out on the feature that was eventually won by Tyler Erb.

Cook Wins Heat Race; Finishes Second in Season-Opening Ice Bowl!
(January 7, 2019) Only a week removed from their 2018 season finale, Ray Cook and the Wynn Motorsports team lifted the lid to their 2019 campaign on January 5-6 in the annual running of the 'Ice Bowl' at Talladega Short Track in Eastaboga, Alabama. On Saturday at TST, Ray stopped the clock third quickest in his group during the time trial session prior to scoring a victory in his stacked heat race. By virtue of winning the fourth heat race, Ray rolled off from the pole position in Sunday's 50-lap headliner.

Looking for his third career 'Ice Bowl' title and the $6,000 payday, the Brasstown, North Carolina ace slipped back to fourth in the running order of the unsanctioned contest and was running third on the final circuit. When leaders Michael Page and Cory Hedgecock raced hard into turn three on the last lap, which resulted in Hedgecock going for a spin, Ray scooted past for runner-up honors in finishing 2.57 seconds behind winner Page. Full results from the 28th edition of the 'Ice Bowl' can be viewed online at www.talladegashorttrack.net.

Ray Cook an Early Retiree in Attrition-Filled Hangover at 411
(December 30, 2018) Ray Cook and the Wynn Motorsports team closed out their version of the 2018 racing season on Saturday evening, December 29 in the annual running of the 'Hangover' at 411 Motor Speedway in Seymour, Tennessee. A strong 33 car field converged on the Volunteer State oval to vie for the $4,000 top prize in the unsanctioned Super Late Model special. Ray posted the sixth fastest lap in his group during the qualifying session and later scored a victory in his consolation race. After rolling off from the inside of the sixth row in the 40-lap main event, Ray was one of the first retirees in the attrition-filled race, which saw only four cars finish the distance. The Brasstown, North Carolina ace, who was relegated to a twenty-first place showing, thought it was in the best interest to save the team's equipment for their 2019 season opener, which is scheduled to take place next weekend. Full results can be located online at www.411motorspeedway.net.

 

 

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