Texan Terry Poovey strengthened his hold on the Formula USA Pro Singles championship lead by emerging on top of a four-rider battle in the main event at Portland International Speedway half-mile on Saturday night.

The USC Racing rider had won the third heat race after qualifying third fastest in the 49-rider field. In the main, he was in the mix of a freight train from the start, the top four separating themselves after the halfway mark in the 20-lap main.

Second went to Dan Stanley with Davey Durelle third and Bryan Smith fourth.

With four rounds remaining in the 11-race championship, Poovey leads Harley-Davidson’s Jennifer Snyder by 66 points, 226 to 160. Snyder third in her heat race, was seventh in the main.

Formula USA Pro Singles:

1. Terry Poovey (Rot)

2. Dan Stanley (ATK)

3. Davey Durelle (Suz)

4. Bryan Smith (ATK)

5. Brett Landes (CCM)

6. Willie McCoy (Yam)

7. Jennifer Snyder (H-D)

8. Kurt Hawk (Rot)

9. Steve Murray (ATK)

10. Beau Brown (CCM)

Formula USA Pro Singles Championship Points:

1. Terry Poovey (226)

2. Jennifer Snyder (160)

3. (TIE) Willie McCoy/Bryan Smith (152)

5. Steve Murray (122)

6. (TIE) Brett Landes/Dan Stanley (118)

8. (TIE) Mike Hacker/Rich King (108)

10. Davey Durelle (104)

Flat Track News

By Cycle News Staff

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