Myrtle Beach 400 Winners

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MYRTLE BEACH, SC :: The Myrtle Beach 400 has been a staple of the Late Model Stock scene since 1996, when Jay Fogleman started from the pole and went on to win the 250 lap race.

The “400″ hasn’t always been a Late Model Stock event.  Back in 1993, when the event was announced it was a NASCAR All-Pro Series race.  Run under the All-Pro Series, the race was originally 400 laps and ended the season for the series.

Jody Ridley won the first Myrtle Beach 400 back in November of 1993, taking home $15,200 for the win.

In 20 years, Frank Deiny, Jr is the all time wins leader with four victories, and three in a row from 2004 to 2006.  Robert Powell picked up wins in 2001 and 2002.

Anthony Anders was the victor back in March of this year, winning the rain delayed 2012 running of the race.

Myrtle Beach 400 Winners
1993 — Jody Ridley — All Pro Series — 400 Laps
1994 — Gary St. Amant — All Pro Series — 400 Laps
1995 — Freddie Query — All Pro Series — 400 Laps
1996 — Jay Fogleman — Late Model Stock — 250 Laps
1997 — David Blakenship — Late Model Stock — 250 Laps
1998 — Stephen Grimes — Late Model Stock — 250 Laps
1999 — Scott Riggs — Late Model Stock — 250 Laps
2000 — Greg Edwards — Late Model Stock — 250 Laps
2001 — Robert Powell — Late Model Stock — 250 Laps
2002 — Robert Powell — Late Model Stock — 250 Laps
2003 — Timothy Peters — Late Model Stock — 250 Laps
2004 — Frank Deiny, Jr. — Late Model Stock — 250 Laps
2005 — Frank Deiny, Jr. — Late Model Stock — 250 Laps
2006 — Frank Deiny, Jr. — Late Model Stock — 250 Laps
2007 — Sam Yarbrough — Late Model Stock — 250 Laps
2008 — Jamey Caudill — Late Model Stock — 250 Laps
2009 — Lucas Ransone — Late Model Stock — 250 Laps
2010 — Frank Deiny, Jr. — Late Model Stock — 250 Laps
2011 — Garrett Campbell — Late Model Stock — 250 Laps
2012 — Anthony Anders — Late Model Stock — 250 Laps