The second half of 2016 season of the Thursday Thunder Legends Racing Series Presented by Papa John's Pizza kicked off with Week 5 racing on the quarter-mile Thunder Ring at Atlanta Motor Speedway Thursday night.

A fast-paced evening of racing saw one season-long win streak come to an end and another one extended for a sixth straight race, while the first two-time winner in the Racing Radios Pro Division made his way to Victory Lane after five different winners in the previous five races.

Plemons Investments Masters Division
Leading off the eight-race feature lineup was the Plemons Investments Masters Division. Entering the feature, McDonough's Scott Moseley had established a firm grip on the standings lead after winning the previous three races and four out of five on the season. By the end of the 20-lap feature, he'd find himself in Victory Lane once again.

Senoia's Tina Johnson led the field to the green flag and made a strong start, staying ahead of Moseley and Mark Swan of Atlanta who were running second and third behind her, throughout each of the first 10 laps.

But Moseley was patient, waiting for any possible opening or mistake from Johnson. And when he saw one, he pounced.

Rounding Turn 3 on the 11th lap, Johnson got loose heading into the fourth turn, and that was all Moseley needed.

"You just bide your time," he said in his post-race interview. "I hate it for Tina, but I got lucky. We went down there in (Turns) 3 and 4, and I don't know if she got in the dirt or drove it in too hard, but she got a little loose and opened the door, and that's all I was waiting for."

Moseley went on to lead each of the last 10 laps, while Johnson matched his pace to finish second for the third straight week. The win was Moseley's fourth in a row, dating back to the first race in Week 3's doubleheader.

"It's hard to believe," he said. "I hope this streak keeps going. I've never had four in a row. And we ain't stopping. We're going to hammer down from here until the end."

Behind Johnson, Bill Plemons, Jr. of Locust Grove notched his fifth top-5 finish with a third-place performance, while Mark Swan of Atlanta and Robbie Woodall of McDonough rounded out the top-5.

Wallace Electric Rookie Bandolero Division
Savannah Bart of Cumming put together a solid race in the Wallace Electric Rookie Bandolero Division feature for her first win of the season. After starting on the pole, Bart would relinquish her lead to Ashton Whitener of Monticello on the sixth lap, but after a 13th-lap restart, Bart made a nifty move to the inside of Whitener coming out of Turn 2 to regain the top spot.

Bart held off the field down the stretch and crossed the line in first-place for her first win of 2016. Whitener held on to finish second, while Wil Griffis of Homerville, Keaton Hendrix - also of Homerville - and Mikie Mohwish of Cumming rounded out the top-5.

Plemons Investments Young Lions Division
Brody Pope of Harrisonville, Missouri drew to within two points of division leader Connor Younginer of Stockbridge in the Plemons Investments Young Lions Division points standings with his fourth win on the season and third in a row.

After starting on the outside of the second row, Pope managed to avoid several accidents before picking off Younginer on the eighth lap and never looked back.

Younginer finished second, his fifth top-5 in six races, and holds on to the narrow standings lead heading into next week's two-night doubleheader, while Cody Hall of Griffin finished third, his best performance in 2016 after finishing outside the top-5 in each of the first five races. Rafe Slate of Eatonton and Lawson Ingold of Social Circle rounded out the top five in order.

Bandits Division
In the Bandits Division feature, Clay Thompson of Bowersville led flag-to-flag and put together his sixth consecutive victory to start the 2016 season, now the only driver to do so. Behind him, Michael Gannon of Canton matched his best finish of the year in the runner-up position, while Nathan Jackson of McDonough finished third for his sixth consecutive top-3 finish. Wilder Etheredge of Atlanta and Grant Thompson of Mobile, Alabama rounded out the top-5.

Racing Radios Pro Division
After starting the season with five different winners in five races, William Plemons III of Acworth made his second trip to Victory Lane in the Racing Radios Pro Division "main event" feature Thursday night.

Plemons started in fifth-place and ran near the front of the pack as Matthew Barnard of Fort Worth, Texas fought off the field from the lead through the first nine laps. But Barnard nor any of the other drivers had the speed to match Plemons', and he made quick work of the cars in front of him to grab the lead on the 10th lap.

"I knew I had a little bit of a better car, but I was trying to see if Mason (Massey) or Dylan (Murry) could get by the 22 (of Barnard)," said Plemons. "I know he was kind of holding his own, but I hope we put on a good show.

"I knew when I got to him, I could get on by him. I just had to give him a little nudge down there and got on by him."

Plemons led the rest of the way, matching his Week 2 win and became the only driver to repeat in the Pro Division in 2016. Week 1 winner Mason Massey of Douglasville finished second and slid into the points standings lead, while Barnard finished third, and Dylan Murry of Cumming placed fourth.

Atlanta Heart Associates Semi-Pro Division
Jensen Jorgensen won for the third time in the last four races in the Atlanta Heart Associates Semi-Pro Division feature to widen his lead in the points standings, while Nolan Pope of Harrisonville, Missouri came up just short of his own third win, settling for his second runner-up finish in as many weeks. Jason Treschl of Lagrange posted his fifth top-5 finish of the year with a third-place performance, and Brandon Brock of Hampton and Hudson Halder of Cumming rounded out the top-5.

Live Oak Plantation Outlaws Division
After five straight wins to open the season in the Live Oak Plantation Outlaws Division, DJ Canipe of Fallston, North Carolina would be denied a sixth.

Canipe started the race in sixth, and despite running near the front the entire feature, wasn't able to find any openings as Blaise Maddox of Locust Grove broke through for his first victory of the season, snapping the Canipe streak at five.

Maddox ran mid-pack for much of the feature, but a series of cautions and subsequent restarts catapulted him to the front as the remaining laps dwindled to two. On a green-white-checkered restart, Maddox broke through a three-wide melee and passed Connor Younginer, beating him to the line and sending him to Victory Lane.

Canipe finished third, while Ricky Springer of McDonough and Trey Tadrzak of Stockbridge rounded out the top-5.

Chargers Division
Andrew Dollar of Atlanta held off Audrie Ruark of Suwanee and Cumming's Annabelle Mohwish in the last five laps to polish off a win in the first Chargers Division feature of the season to finish off the Week 5 action.

Below are the complete results from Thursday night's Week 5 racing:

Plemons Investments Masters Division
1. Scott Moseley, (McDonough, GA)
2. Tina Johnson, (Senoia, GA)
3. Bill Plemons Jr., (Locust Grove, GA)
4. Mark Swan, (Atlanta, GA)
5. Robbie Woodall, (McDonough, GA)
6. Tony Armbruster, (Covington, GA)
7. Mike Kennedy, (Alpharetta, GA)
8. Karl Moberg, (Titusville, FL)
9. Dennis Hecht, (Hoschton, GA)
10. Randy Shubert, (Conyers, GA)
11. Scott Wessel, (Joanna, SC)
12. Bill Whatley, (Acworth, GA)
13. Robert Cheney, (Stockbridge, GA)
14. Barry Bowen, (Jackson Lake, GA)
15. Rod Nelson, (Knoxville, TN)

Wallace Electric Rookie Bandolero Division
1. Savannah Bart, (Cumming, GA)
2. Ashton Whitener, (Monticello, GA)
3. Wil Griffis, (Homerville, GA)
4. Keaton Hendrix, (Homerville, GA)
5. Mikie Mohwish, (Cumming, GA)
6. Aprilia Holt, (Senoia, GA)
7. Ethan Norfleet, (Somerset, KY)
8. Justin Campbell, (Griffin, GA)
9. (DNS) Carson Ruark, (Suwanee, GA)

Plemons Investments Young Lions Division
1. Brody Pope, (Harrisonville, MO)
2. Connor Younginer, (Stockbridge, GA)
3. Cody Hall, (Griffin, GA)
4. Rafe Slate, (Eatonton, GA)
5. Lawson Ingold, (Social Circle, GA)
6. Cale Hall, (Griffin, GA)
7. Sammy Smith, (DeMoines, IA)
8. Carden Cochran, (Ringgold, GA)
9. Canon Cochran, (Ringgold, GA)
10. Harrison Halder, (Cumming, GA)
11. Hunter Johnson, (Hampton, GA)
12. Sam Mayer, (Franklin, WI)

Bandits Division
1. Clay Thompson, (Bowersville, GA)
2. Michael Gannon, (Canton, GA)
3. Nathan Jackson, (McDonough, GA)
4. Wilder Etheredge, (Atlanta, GA)
5. Grant Thompson, (Mobile, AL)
6. River Allen, (Hiram, GA)
7. Kenneth Henderson, (Alto, GA)
8. Samantha Bart, (Cumming, GA)
9. Ryan Younginer, (Stockbridge, GA)
10. Ryan Howell, (McDonough, GA)
11. Max Hennebaul, (Monroe, GA)

Racing Radios Pro Division
1. William Plemons III, (Acworth, GA)
2. Mason Massey, (Douglasville, GA)
3. Matthew Barnard, (Fort Worth, TX)
4. Dylan Murry, (Cumming, GA)
5. Joshua Hicks, (Senoia, GA)
6. Dawson Fletcher, (Canton, GA)
7. Currie Pierce, (Griffin, GA)
8. Corey Heim, (Marietta, GA)
9. Mike Weed, (Franklin, GA)
10. Jeff Holden, (Gainesville, GA)
11. Justin Ashley
12. Taylor Jorgensen, (Stockbridge, GA)

Atlanta Heart Associates Semi-Pro Division
1. Jensen Jorgensen, (Stockbridge, GA)
2. Nolan Pope, (Harrisonville, MO)
3. Jason Treschl, (LaGrange, GA)
4. Brandon Brock, (Hampton, GA)
5. Hudson Halder, (Cumming, GA)
6. David Lawrence, (Senoia, GA)
7. Amber Fleeman, (Dacula, GA)
8. Robert Norfleet, (Somerset, KY)
9. Jonathan Timms, (Calhoun, GA)

Live Oak Plantation Outlaws Division
1. Blaise Maddox, (Locust Grove, GA)
2. Connor Younginer, (Stockbridge, GA)
3. DJ Canipe, (Fallston, NC)
4. Ricky Springer, (McDonough, GA)
5. Trey Tadrzak, (Stockbridge, GA)
6. Blaze Crawford, (Fayetteville, GA)
7. Gage Roberts, (Milledgeville, GA)
8. Annabelle Mohwish, (Cumming, GA)
9. Andrew Dollar, (Atlanta, GA)
10. Gauntt Hudgins, (Savannah, GA)
11. Kenny Brady, (Marietta, GA)
12. (DNS) Audrie Ruark, (Suwanee, GA)

Chargers Division
1. Andrew Dollar, (Atlanta, GA)
2. Audrie Ruark, (Suwanee, GA)
3. Annabelle Mohwish, (Cumming, GA)
4. (DNS) Ashton Whitener, (Monticello, GA)

The Thursday Thunder Legends Racing Series presented by Papa John's Pizza continues with Week 6 of the eight-week summer series next Wednesday and Thursday, July 6 and 7 in the second back-to-back doubleheader of the season.

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