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January 27, 2019 - Pair of Top 10 Finishes in 2019 Opener at EAMS
Ahnna Parkhurst hit the ground running over the weekend in the season openers for her 2019 campaign. She raced to a pair of Top-10 finishes during the 44th annual National 100 at East Alabama Motor Speedway.

Her performances came in the Crate Late Model and National Late Model Super Car Series (NLMSCS) ranks in her #23 Richard Childress Racing/E-Z-GO Late Model.

“Overall, it was a great start to our season,” the 18-year-old Parkhurst said. “In the Crate Late Model feature we started deep in the field, but the car was perfect, and I could go anywhere. We had a great drive to a fourth-place finish. The National Late Model Series feature was a bit of a different story. The car was good early, but I got turned around and hit by a few cars around on a mid-race restart. I was able to keep going, but the car just didn’t want to turn anymore after the contact.” (DirtonDirt photo)

Ahnna Parkhurst invaded East Alabama Motor Speedway (Phenix City, Alabama) over the weekend, where she was pulling double duty during the 44th annual National 100.

In a field of 18 Crate Late Models, Parkhurst earned the 13th-starting position for the $3,000-to-win A-Main on Sunday. She mounted a great charge in the feature to advance to a fourth-place finish behind Mark Whitener, Jimmy Thomas, and Logan Roberson with Rodgerick Dykes rounding out the Top 5.

In the NLMSCS Limited Late Model ranks, Ahnna earned the fifth starting spot for the feature. With $3,000 on the line, Parkhurst salvaged an eighth-place outing after contact with another competitor limited her car’s handling.

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January 21, 2019 - Parkhurst Adds Fields Inc to List of Marketing Partners; To Begin 2019 Season With National 100 at EAMS
I’m ready to start racing!

The plan for this year will have me mostly on dirt with some asphalt races. From a dirt perspective I will be racing Crate, Limited & Supers. Still have some logistics to workout but during the season I should climb behind a K&N East or West Car. I have re-signed as a development driver for Richard Childress Racing. I truly appreciate the support they have provided over the last 3 years. All of our sponsors have returned plus a new one and an additional one to be announced soon. My dream of racing could not happen without the following companies and their associates. <<MORE>>