The second night of Week-6 doubleheader action in the Thursday Thunder Legends Racing Series presented by Papa John's Pizza got underway at Atlanta Motor Speedway Thursday night.

Clay Thompson and Scott Moseley highlighted a record evening on the quarter-mile Thunder Ring, as one Thursday Thunder mark fell and another was matched, while two drivers picked up their first wins of the season.

Plemons Investments Young Lions Division
Brody Pope of Harrisonville, Missouri returned to Victory Lane for the fourth time in five races Thursday night in the Plemons Investments Young Lions Division feature. Pope had won three straight entering last night's competition, but Connor Younginer of Stockbridge broke up the streak with his second win of the season on Wednesday.

Pope started on the outside of the second row and worked his way north, surpassing pole-winner Hunter Johnson of Hampton on the sixth lap. Johnson and Younginer battled back-and-forth for second place behind Pope, but neither had what it took to catch Pope.

Younginer took the runner-up finish, ahead of Harrison Halder of Cumming, who posted his best performance of the season with a third-place finish. Sammy Smith of Des Moines, Iowa and Sam Mayer of Franklin, Wisconsin rounded out the top-5.

Bandits Division
With his eighth straight win to begin the season, Clay Thompson of Bowersville joined Joey Logano (2000) and Chandler Smith (2014) atop the Thursday Thunder record books with the most consecutive wins in a single season in any division.

"I've gotta thank God for this, and I want to thank all the fans who have been here every week supporting us," said Thompson. "It's just awesome. I was determined when I came in today that I was going to win it."

Nathan Jackson of McDonough won the pole and enjoyed the lead for all of one lap, but it didn't take long for Thompson to find himself in what has become a very familiar running position this season. Thompson stole the lead away as the field crossed the finish line on the second lap, and it was The Thompson Show from there on out, as he led each of the remaining laps, taking the checkered flag and inking his name in the record books.

As to whether he thought he would win a ninth straight next week to move him into sole possession of the record, Thompson was nothing but optimistic - and rightly so.

"I hope so. It'd be awesome."

Samantha Bart of Cumming, who won Wednesday night, finished in second behind Thompson, and Bryson Ruff of Indian Trail, North Carolina rounded out the podium in third place.

Atlanta Heart Associates Semi-Pro Division
In the Atlanta Heart Associates Semi-Pro Division feature, two-time winner Nolan Pope of Harrisonville, Missouri started on the pole and led three laps before Jensen Jorgensen of Stockbridge made an outside-in move for the pass rounding Turn 2 and took the lead on the fourth lap.

From there, Jorgensen kept a safe distance ahead of the field and locked up his fourth straight victory and fifth in the last six races.

With the win, Jorgensen qualifies for the national championship Semi-Pro Legends race taking place in Connecticut later this year.

"This is a big race. This is the regional qualifier that I needed this year. I lost it out in Texas; I lost it in Alabama; I lost it in South Carolina; and I finally got it at my home track," said Jorgensen. "Man, I'm happy. I needed that."

Jorgensen has won two national championships in a Bandolero car and looks to continue his success with his first in a U.S. Legends car.

"I'm pretty good under pressure, so I'm excited. I got my regional out of the way, so I couldn't be happier."

Pope hung on to finish second, his seventh top-2 finish, while Scott Joy of Louisville, North Carolina finished in third.

Live Oak Plantation Outlaws Division
In the Live Oak Plantation Outlaws Division feature, DJ Canipe won for the second time in as many nights. Despite starting in the fourth position, Canipe drove to the front, taking the lead from Ricky Springer of McDonough on the fifth lap, and led the rest of the way.

In second, Connor Younginer posted his sixth top-2 of the season, while Springer kept the pace to place third.

Racing Radios Pro Division
Though Laurel, Mississippi's Robbie Johnston only led one lap, it was the most important one. After a raucous Racing Radios Pro Division race that featured several cautions and a number of lengthy delays for fluid on the track, Johnston made the hard-fought trip to Victory Lane in the evening's pro class main event.

Five different drivers led laps over the 25-lap feature, and after a late race caution, Johnston made the most of restarting near the front. As the field rounded Turn 1 on the final lap, Johnston, William martin and Corey Heim went three-wide, each with eyes on the checkered flag. Exiting Turn 4, it was still anyone's race, but Johnston nosed ahead at the line and picked up his first career Thursday Thunder win.

"I knew when we went into that last corner I was in a position to win it," said Johnston. "When I saw my opportunity, I made my move. I just went with what would work."

Johnston becomes the sixth different winner in eight Pro Division races this season. William Martin of Douglasville, the Week 3 winner, finished second, and Corey Heim of Marietta finished third for his fourth top-5.

Plemons Investments Masters Division
Before he picked up his sixth-straight win to break Skip Nichols' single-season record for most consecutive victories in the Plemons Investments Masters Division, McDonough's Scott Moseley trailed, as far back as fourth place through the half of the feature.

Mark Swan of Atlanta won the pole and burst out of the gate to lead the first nine laps, but at the halfway point, Moseley moved into first place and stayed there for the rest of the way to finish off the win and rewrite the record books.

"I looked at it last year, and I think Skip (Nichols, all-time winningest Thursday Thunder driver) had five (wins), and I said, 'It'd be cool to win five,' so I went past that," said Moseley. "And some of the guys and girls were saying, 'Ease up a little bit and give one of us the win,' and I said, 'Look, with a streak going like this, there's no easing up.' I'm gonna ride this pony as long as she lets me ride."

Despite being passed by Moseley at the race's midpoint, Swan kept pace with him through the last half of the feature and finished second.

"Mark was good. He's been good for the past number of weeks, and he was good last year," said Moseley. "But if he would have hit his marks every lap, he would have been really hard to pass. But we went down in (Turns) 1 and 2, and I saw him wiggle and I just gassed her up as hard as I could - almost too hard. But you get a little excited when you see that door opening.

"You bide your time and wait long enough, and most of the time, openings will come."

Tina Johnson of Senoia finished third, while Mike Kennedy of Alpharetta and Wes Potter of Covington rounded out the top-5.

Wallace Electric Rookie Bandolero Division
It was a tale of two halves in the Wallace Electric Rookie Bandolero Division feature race. Winning the pole, Ashton Whitener of Monticello took the green flag and led the field through the first 12 laps, until a last-half surge by Homerville native Keaton Hendrix propelled him into the lead, where he stayed for the final eight laps.

Hendrix sealed up his first win of the season, while Whitener finished second, and Shelby Ruark of Suwanee rounded out the podium in third.

Chargers Division
DJ Canipe led flag-to-flag to win his second straight Chargers Division feature to polish off the evening's action. Andrew Dollar of Atlanta and Audrie Ruark of Suwanee finished second and third in order, rounding out the top-3.

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

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

Bandits Division
1. Clay Thompson, (Bowersville, GA)
2. Samantha Bart, (Cumming, GA)
3. Bryson Ruff, (Indian Trail, NC)
4. Joshua Speas, (Concord, NC)
5. Nathan Jackson, (McDonough, GA)
6. Holt Halder, (Cumming, GA)
7. Ryan Howell, (McDonough, GA)
8. Grant Thompson, (Mobile, AL)
9. Joshua Kossek, (Winston, NC)
10. Michael Gannon, (Canton, GA)
11. Kenneth Henderson, (Alto, GA)
12. Ryan Younginer, (Stockbridge, GA)
13. Logan Nalley, (Canton, GA)
14. Wilder Etheredge, (Atlanta, GA)

Atlanta Heart Associates Semi-Pro Division
1. Jensen Jorgensen, (Stockbridge, GA)
2. Nolan Pope, (Harrisonville, MO)
3. Scott Joy, (Louisville, NC)
4. Amber Fleeman, (Dacula, GA)
5. Brandon Brock, (Hampton, GA)
6. Hudson Halder, (Cumming, GA)
7. Jessica Dana, (Olympia, WA)
8. David Lawrence, (Senoia, GA)
9. Jonathan Timms, (Calhoun, GA)
10. Miranda Meredith, (Locust Grove, GA)

Live Oak Plantation Outlaws Division
1. DJ Canipe, (Fallston, NC)
2. Connor Younginer, (Stockbridge, GA)
3. Ricky Springer, (McDonough, GA)
4. Trey Tadrzak, (Stockbridge, GA)
5. Gauntt Hudgins, (Savannah, GA)
6. Hayden Swank, (Woodstock, GA)
7. Blaise Maddox, (Locust Grove, GA)
8. Gage Roberts, (Milledgeville, GA)
9. Annabelle Mohwish, (Cumming, GA)
10. Andrew Dollar, (Atlanta, GA)

Racing Radios Pro Division
1. Robbie Johnston, (Laurel, Ms)
2. William Martin, (Douglasville, GA)
3. Corey Heim, (Marietta, GA)
4. Dylan Murry, (Cumming, GA)
5. Mike Weed, (Franklin, GA)
6. Kaden Honeycutt, (Bridge City, TX)
7. Currie Pierce, (Griffin, GA)
8. Mason Massey, (Douglasville, GA)
9. Joshua Hicks, (Senoia, GA)
10. Taylor Jorgensen, (Stockbridge, GA)
11. William Plemons III, (Acworth, GA)
12. Dawson Fletcher, (Canton, GA)
13. Jordan Black, (Orlando, FL)

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

Wallace Electric Rookie Bandolero Division
1. Keaton Hendrix, (Homerville, GA)
2. Ashton Whitener, (Monticello, GA)
3. Shelby Ruark, (Suwanee, GA)
4. Wil Griffis, (Homerville, GA)
5. Justin Campbell, (Griffin, GA)
6. Savannah Bart, (Cumming, GA)
7. Cameron Potter, (Covington, GA)

Chargers Division
1. DJ Canipe, (Fallston, NC)
2. Andrew Dollar, (Atlanta, GA)
3. Audrie Ruark, (Suwanee, GA)
4. Annabelle Mohwish, (Cumming, GA)
5. Brandon Collins, (Hampton, GA)

The Thursday Thunder Legends Racing Series presented by Papa John's Pizza continues with the penultimate races of the 2016 season with Week 7 next Thursday, July 14.

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