The first of back-to-back nights of Week 6 action in the Thursday Thunder Legends Racing Series presented by Papa John's Pizza got underway on the quarter-mile Thunder Ring at Atlanta Motor Speedway Wednesday night.

Bandits Division

After stripping the lead from Joshua Kossek of Tobaccoville, North Carolina on the eighth lap of the Bandits Division feature, Bowersville's Clay Thompson pulled away from the field to win his seventh consecutive race. Thompson can match a Thursday Thunder record for most consecutive wins in a season with eight with a trip to Victory Lane in the second night of the Week 6 doubleheader Thursday evening.

After grabbing the lead from pole-winner Michael Gannon of Canton on the first lap, Kossek hung on to pace the field for the first seven laps and looked like the newcomer might put Thompson's streak in jeopardy. But Thompson's speed wouldn't be suppressed, and he polished off the win to approach record-tying territory. 

Kossek held on to finish second, while Nathan Jackson of McDonough rounded out the podium.

Live Oak Plantation Outlaws Division

DJ Canipe of Fallston, North Carolina returned to the win column Wednesday in the Live Oak Plantation Outlaws Division after seeing his five-race win streak dating back to Week 1 come to an end last week. After winning the pole and starting up front, Canipe's sixth win in seven races was never in doubt, as he led every lap of the feature.

Ricky Springer of McDonough crossed the line in second, his best finish of the season, while Gage Roberts of Milledgeville also topped his previous season-best of fourth-place with a third-place performance. Blaise Maddox of Locust Grove and Annabelle Mohwish of Cumming rounded out the top-5 in order.

Racing Radios Pro Division

In the Racing Radios Pro Division feature, Mason Massey made his second visit to Victory Lane this season, leading every lap of the 20-lap feature to notch his second win of the year and his first since the season's opening race.

It was the second straight race with repeat victors, after the first five races of the season produced five different winners. Taylor Jorgensen posted her best finish of the year with a second-place finish, while Week 3 winner William Martin of Douglasville rounded out the podium in third.

Plemons Investments Masters Division

Scott Moseley of McDonough won his fifth straight race and sixth out of seven on the season in the Plemons Investments Masters Division. Moseley started on the outside of the front row, next to Week 2 winner Bill Plemons, Jr. of Locust Grove, and made the pass for the lead exiting Turn 4 on the first lap. From there, it was all Moseley, as he led each of the 15-laps for the victory.

Robbie Woodall of McDonough matched his best finish of the season with a second-place performance, while Plemons, the only other driver to visit Victory Lane this season, finished third.

Plemons Investments Young Lions Division

In the Plemons Investments Young Lions Division feature, Brody Pope of Harrisonville, Missouri was poised to win his fourth straight race and fifth on the season, as he built a big lead in the early going. But rounding Turn 3 on the seventh lap, Pope got loose and spun, bringing out the caution flag and sending him to the rear of the field.

Sam Mayer of Franklin, Wisconsin took over the top spot on the restart and led five consecutive laps, but Connor Younginer of Stockbridge would overtake Franklin following a late-race restart to lead the final three laps and secure his second victory of the year. 

Mayer held on for the runner-up finish, and Lawson Ingold of Social Circle rounded out the podium in third.

Atlanta Heart Associates Semi-Pro Division

Jensen Jorgensen of Stockbridge led all but the first lap of the Atlanta Heart Associates Semi-Pro Division feature for his third straight victory and fourth of the year. Two-time winner Nolan Pope of Harrisonville, Missouri finished second behind Jorgensen, while Brandon Brock of Hampton, Scott Joy of Louisville, North Carolina and Hudson Halder of Cumming rounded out the top-5 in order.

Chargers Division

DJ Canipe added to his win total on the season, taking the victory in the Chargers Division feature and finishing ahead of challenger Audrie Ruark of Suwanee.

Below are the complete results from Wednesday night's Week 6 racing:

Bandits Division

1. Clay Thompson, (Bowersville, GA)

2. Johshua Kossek, (Tobaccoville, NC)

3. Nathan Jackson, (McDonough, GA)

4. Grant Thompson, (Mobile, AL)

5. Bryson Ruff, (Indian Trail, NC)

6. Joshua Speas, (Concord, NC)

7. Holt Halder, (Cumming, GA)

8. Michael Gannon, (Canton, GA)

9. Kenneth Henderson, (Alto, GA)

10. Ryan Younginer, (Stockbridge, GA)

11. Ryan Howell, (McDonough, GA)

12. Wilder Etheredge, (Atlanta, GA)

Live Oak Plantation Outlaws Division

1. DJ Canipe, (Fallston, NC)

2. Ricky Springer, (McDonough, GA)

3. Gage Roberts, (Milledgeville, GA)

4. Blaise Maddox, (Locust Grove, GA)

5. Annabelle Mohwish, (Cumming, GA)

6. Trey Tadrzak, (Stockbridge, GA)

7. Andrew Dollar, (Atlanta, GA)

8. Gauntt Hudgins, (Savannah, GA)

9. Connor Younginer, (Stockbridge, GA)

10. Kenny Brady, (Marietta, GA)

11. Max Brady, (Marietta, GA)

Racing Radios Pro Division

1. Mason Massey, (Douglasville, GA)

2. Taylor Jorgensen, (Stockbridge, GA)

3. William Martin, (Douglasville, GA)

4. William Plemons III, (Acworth, GA)

5. Joshua Hicks, (Senoia, GA)

6. Kaden Honeycutt, (Bridge City, TX)

7. Currie Pierce, (Griffin, GA)

8. Robbie Johnston, (Laurel, Ms)

9. Corey Heim, (Marietta, GA)

10. Dylan Murry, (Cumming, GA)

11. Dawson Fletcher, (Canton, GA)

12. Mike Weed, (Franklin, GA)

13. Jordan Black, (Orlando, FL)

Plemons Investments Masters Division

1. Scott Moseley, (McDonough, GA)

2. Robbie Woodall, (McDonough, GA)

3. Bill Plemons Jr., (Locust Grove, GA)

4. Mark Swan, (Atlanta, GA)

5. Mike Kennedy, (Alpharetta, GA)

6. Tony Armbruster, (Covington, GA)

7. Rod Nelson, (Knoxville, TN)

8. Barry Bowen, (Jackson Lake, GA)

9. Dennis Hecht, (Hoschton, GA)

10. Robert Cheney, (Stockbridge, GA)

Atlanta Heart Associates Semi-Pro Division

1. Jensen Jorgensen, (Stockbridge, GA)

2. Nolan Pope, (Harrisonville, MO)

3. Brandon Brock, (Hampton, GA)

4. Scott Joy, (Louisville, NC)

5. Hudson Halder, (Cumming, GA)

6. Jessica Dana, (Olympia, WA)

7. David Lawrence, (Senoia, GA)

8. Jonathan Timms, (Calhoun, GA)

9. Miranda Meredith, (Locust Grove, GA)

10. Amber Fleeman, (Dacula, GA)

Plemons Investments Young Lions Division

1. Connor Younginer, (Stockbridge, GA)

2. Sam Mayer, (Franklin, WI)

3. Lawson Ingold, (Social Circle, GA)

4. Hunter Johnson, (Hampton, GA)

5. Rafe Slate, (Eatonton, GA)

6. Davis Rochester, (Lebanon, TN)

7. Sammy Smith, (DeMoines, IA)

8. Cale Hall, (Griffin, GA)

9. Cody Hall, (Griffin, GA)

10. Harrison Halder, (Cumming, GA)

11. Brody Pope, (Harrisonville, MO)

12. Nicholas Waters, (Senoia, GA)

Chargers Division

1. DJ Canipe, (Fallston, NC)

2. Audrie Ruark, (Suwanee, GA)

The Thursday Thunder Legends Racing Series presented by Papa John's Pizza continues with the second night of the Week 6 doubleheader Thursday night, as championship points battles continue to play out. 

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