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November 28, 2020 - Gobbler 100 finale at CMS postponed to March 12th
On Friday afternoon Ahnna Parkhurst visited Cochran Motor Speedway (Cochran, Ga.) to pull double duty for the two-day Gobbler 100. Drawing 25 Super Late Models, Ahnna followed up the 12th fastest time in her qualifying group with a sixth place finish in her heat. Persistent rainfall overnight forced race officials to postpone the remainder of Saturday’s program to March 12th.

In the Crate Late Model ranks, Parkhurst laid down the fastest time in her qualifying group before picking up a heat race victory. She will start the $3,000-to-win feature on March 12th on the outside front-row.

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November 14, 2020 - Parkhurst finishes fifth in Crate portion of Jack Starrette Memorial
Saturday night found Ahnna Parkhurst in action at Modoc Raceway (Modoc, S.C.) pulling double duty for the 10th annual Jack Starrette Memorial. In a field of 20 Ultimate Southeast Series entries, Parkhurst locked into the ninth-starting position for the $5,022-to-win A-Main with the fifth fastest time in her qualifying group. After challenging for a Top-10 finish in the early going, Ahnna was collected with another competitor while trying to avoid a wreck that severely hindered her steering. She ended up pulling off early while being credited with a 14th place outing. (Richard Barnes photo)

In her Crate Late Model, Ahnna timed in second fastest overall in a field of 16 cars. After her car failed to fire on the first two starts in the opening laps of the feature, Ahnna faded late in the 20-lapper to place fourth.

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November 8, 2020 - Podium finish in National 100 in Late Model at EAMS
Ahnna Parkhurst drove her Fields Inc. No. 23 Cushman Paint and Body/ Richard Childress Racing Super Late Model to a podium finish in Sunday’s 46th Annual National 100 at East Alabama Motor Speedway.

“That was a crazy race with a lot of attrition,” Parkhurst commented. “We realized early that tires were going to play a huge part in the outcome of the race. On lap 49, I had a flat. I pitted under caution for two new rear tires. Dad leans in and tells me to drive easy the next 40 laps and maybe we’ll have something for them at the end – and we did. I hate it for those guys running up front, you never want a race to end that way. Overall, we had a really good weekend.”

Pulling double duty in the Super Late Model and Crate Late Model ranks, Ahnna Parkhurst invaded East Alabama Motor Speedway in Phenix City on Saturday afternoon to compete in preliminary events for the 46th Annual National 100. (Jy's photo)

In a field of 23 Super Late Models, Parkhurst followed up the fifth fastest time in her qualifying group with a third-place finish in her heat. In the Crate Late Model division, Ahnna came in third fastest in her group before placing second in her heat race behind Richie Stephens.

Starting Sunday night’s $15,000-to-win Super Late Model feature in ninth, Parkhurst suffered a pair of flat tires in the first half of the race that forced her to slow her pace in the latter half of the 100-lapper.

With multiple competitors suffering flat tires late, Parkhurst began challenging for a Top-5 finish as laps winded down. Taking advantage of tangle between two frontrunners on the final lap, Ahnna crossed the line in fourth, however, was elevated to a third-place finish after a car was disqualified. She trailed Joseph Joiner and Christian Hanger across the line with Rodney Martin and Dale McDowell rounding out the Top-5.

For the $5,000-to-win Crate Late Model feature, Ahnna was running in a podium spot for first half of the event until contact by another competitor affected her handling. After battling back into the Top-5, Parkhurst ran out of fuel in the final laps that dropped her back to 12th when she took the checkers.

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