It’s always a joy to come to Auto City Speedway, but it’s especially nice when we get to honor a great driver and Hall of Famer like Jay Woolworth”¦And that’s exactly what happened on Saturday, September 8th, as Jay was honored with the 1st annual “Living Legends Dream” race with an Autograph session, fan photo on the track and a party in the turn two lounge after the races”¦ Racing started with point leader Adam Rowe taking fast time for the Tiger Auto Salvage Street Stocks with a 15.30. Jay had a great night on the track, as he won the first heat race, while Rowe won the second. Jim Miller, Jr. took the lead to start the 50-lap feature. But Rowe flexed his muscles early, taking the lead on lap 7. Jimmy Severn came from all the way in the rear and challenged Rowe for the lead after the race’s only caution flag flew on lap 35. But Rowe held on to take the win. Miller, Julian Fluty and Woolworth rounded out the top 5. Dan Leeck had quick time for the Lafontaine Performance Center Super Stocks with a 15.67. Leeck won a heat race as did Lonnie Saumier, Jr. Rookie Kyle Crump jumped in front to start the 40-lap feature, but point leader Kyle Hayden pulled next to him on lap 2. The two Kyles ran side-by-side for the next 6 laps until Hayden the advantage. Robbie Johnson made a gallant effort to get around Hayden, but finished a fender behind at the finish line as the “Professor” Hayden took the victory. Rounding out the top 5 were Leeck, Lonnie Saumier, Jr. and Jeff Owens. Saumier continued his success in the Mt. Morris-Clio Pure Stocks, as he set fasts time with a 16.63. Dave Marsh and Scott Beach took heat race wins. Andrea Baxter led the first 4 laps of the 30-lap feature, but Chad Lamson took over at that point. The “Cadillac” stayed in front until lap 18, when Saumier passed him on the bottom of turn 2. The “Buzzsaw” stayed in front for his 9th feature win of the season. Duane Damon finished second followed by Lamson, Beach and Craig Bastien. It was Austin Pinnell’s night in the Virtual Hornets, as he started by setting a new track record with a 17.01. Pinnell won the heat race, then came from the back to take the lead on the first lap of the feature and never looked back to take the win. Nate Rowe took second followed by Paige Amy, Jack Johnston and Tom Logee. Only 6 cars started the Bob Kern’s Auto Repair Krazy-8′s, but they made it exciting as Duane Damon took the early lead. The “Pitbull” led the first lap until Gerald Persail, Jr. took over the top spot. Chad Lamson jumped behind the wheel of his Buick LeSabre and moved underneath Persails’ El Camino on the last lap and took the victory. Andrew finished second followed by Persails, Damon and Roy Reed. It’s Championship Night this Saturday at Auto City, with 5 divisions vying for the 2012 titles, and then we will take off two weeks and come back October 6th for the last show of the session Hubbard Military Supply “Maximum Destruction”. For more info call 810-686-9500 or go to autocityspeedway.com.