Wallace, Jr., coasts to victory at GPS

EASLEY — When rain washed out qualifying for the K&N Pro Series East 150 race at Greenville-Pickens Speedway Saturday night, it put Darrell Wallace, Jr., on the pole because the field was lined up according to 2011 points. 
Wallace is no stranger to the front of the field in K&N races, as he won the race at GPS in the same series two years ago.
And except for a small series of fender-bending altercations with another former winner, Wallace didn’t have any trouble taking another race victory. Brett Moffitt, who had started 21st, worked his way all the way through the field to get to Wallace’s bumper on lap 127, and after a few tender nudges, Moffitt took the lead. Moffitt led several laps before Wallace used the same racing tactics on Moffitt and retook the lead.
Wallace went on to lead, and Corey LaJoie moved up to finish second. Brandon Gdovic took third, with Eddit McDonald in fourth. Moffitt settled for fifth.
Chase Elliott, who started 10th, worked his way all the way up to second, but faded in the latter stages and finished sixth. Dylan Kkwasniewski was seventh, with Dylan Presnell, Ben Kennedy and Daniel Suarez rounding out the top ten.
Jamie Tate took the win in the Trucks main event, with Chris Chastain, who won last week and started in the rear of the field, in second. Ryan Walker was third, with Michael Altop and Randy Ballew completing the field.
Bryan Davis took the win in Chargers, with Andy Norris second and James Johnson third. Mike Mote was fourth and Dale Walker fifth.
Andreew Cordell took the lead early in the Renegades feature, but Brandon Fox came up to challenge late. The two swapped the lead until the race’s end. Cordell and Fox were involved in a racing incident with Cordell continuing to take the checkered flag and Fox spinning on the backstraight. Kyle Ballew moved into second, with Larry Nabors taking third. Travis Cox was fourth and Billy Brown fifth.