Josh Berry collected a Late Model Stock victory for the fourth time in five weeks, crossing the finish line first at Hickory Motor Speedway. The win marked Berry’s third consecutive weekend with a trip to the winner’s circle. Last weekend, Berry won the Championship Auto Racing Series (CARS) Late Model Stock Tour event at Orange County Speedway, which came one week after a 75-lap Late Model victory there.

Kres VanDyke won twice this weekend in three races, picking up a win at Kingsport Speedway and Lonesome Pine Raceway. VanDyke held off Wayne Hale in a furious battle at Kingsport on Friday before splitting Lonesome Pine’s twin-35 lap features with Hale on Saturday. Hale’s victory was his first of the season, while VanDyke now has 17 victories between the two circuits.

The major surprise of the weekend came at Dillon Motor Speedway, where Justin Hicks was victorious in their 60-lap Late Model feature. Hicks entered the race fifth in the track championship chase, but had not won at Dillon since September 15, 2012. Thomas Andrews finished second, while B.J. Mackey extended his Dillon points lead with a third-place run. Randy Benson, second in points, came home ninth, while Bobby Gower did not make the trip to Dillon.

Gower, however, did visit victory lane this weekend. The Clayton, North Carolina native won the 60-lap Late Model race at Wake County Speedway, beating out Clay Jones and Zachary Marks. The win marked Gower’s sixth Late Model success of the season, and his third at Raleigh, North Carolina’s quarter-mile.

A couple of familiar faces visited victory lane in Robersonville, North Carolina, as Rusty Daniels and Louis White claimed the wins in East Carolina Motor Speedway’s twin-50 lap features. Daniels’ win comes a week after a victory at Southern National Motorsports Park, while White’s was his fifth of the season at East Carolina.