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Scott Jackson managed a top-15 finish after an impressive run at Sonoma. He's still in pain, but the three-time N.O.R.L. Extravaganza Champion is ready to clinch his first victory of the season at Chicagoland.

Views: 2 | Added by: TonyPizzaro | Date: Yesterday

Between 4th through 14th, there is only a 125-point gap for the Extravaganza Chase. If you are not Matthew Dominique, Tim McDonnell or Ken Pettit, you are in severe danger of falling off the cliff.

Views: 3 | Added by: TonyPizzaro | Date: 24-June-19

The first road course of the season was a pretty close race with more passing in the top-10 than expected. In the end, one ill-handling car would find the balance late and dominate the finish.

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The pole-sitter was Rick Jackson, but by the first few corners Zach Michael swerved his way past and held the pace early on.

Coming off of turn 11, Ryan Heuser and John Battista make contact battling for fourth, leaving the #39 parked on the racetrack. He would fall back to 41st.

On lap 16, Matt Raboin and Tony Pizzaro made contact out of turn 3A battling for second, sending the #87 flying through the dirt and back onto the track into Pizzaro. Despite hitting the tire barriers, the #12 would continue on.

Tim McDonnell took the second position after the incident. For 37 laps, Zach Michael continued to set the pace with the #22 within seconds behind for the entire run.

Despite a very long green-flag run, 20 cars stayed out on the track during the next yellow flag. Zach Michael was shocked when his fully-fueled Monte was mired back in the field, eventually getting spun by Tony Pizzaro and hit by David Butterworth.

It took 11 laps for the field to pit, and Tim McDonnell led them all with ease. Ryan Heuser. Matthew Dominique, Alex Crapser and Ken Pettit were all in a fierce battle behind.

A four car spin between Tyler Scott, Aaron Cummings, Adam Crapser and Cristian Torres brought out the caution right after the leaders made pit stops. On strategy, John Battista stayed out took the lead after being spun early.

Having to take fuel eventually, Battista took to the pits after Alex Crapser and Johnny Reed Foley brought out the yellow battling for the eighth. McDonnell took the lead again with no more pit stops in sight. 

Within 10 laps, Tony Pizzaro drove from 6th to 2nd. He made a move on the outside of Tim McDonnell in turn 1 with 15 laps to go, and cleared him easily on the one-lane exit.

The car that was losing a second-a-lap to the #22 mid-race was suddenly the powerhouse of the field, pulling ahead by 10 seconds before crossing the finish line on the final lap without any respite. Congrats to Tony, crew chief Neil Justice and the Race2Win team for an excellent victory!

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Views: 4 | Added by: TonyPizzaro | Date: 23-June-19

Back in 1996, Samuel "Dusty" Dobbs retired from the N.O.R.L. to showcase his road racing skills on television, presenting new techniques on how to attack tracks like Watkins Glen, Sears Point and Lime Rock Park. Drivers like Tim McDonnell have studied his approach to near perfection, giving road racing a new significance in modern day stock car racing. It has been 13 years since his death, but many still commemorate Dusty as the standard example of smoothness and aggression at right-turn auto-racing.

Views: 4 | Added by: TonyPizzaro | Date: 21-June-19

It was an amazing day to all who saw, as the one who was considered the "abstract chase contender" proved everybody wrong with a victory at Michigan.

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After an Alex Crapser pole, the Jackson's led early on with Craig Lee in hot pursuit. It would not be indicative of things to come.

On lap 30, Scott made contact with Bill Werkheiser, sending the #38 into John Battista and spun into the outside wall. Dave Miller hit him on the drivers side, flipping Scott into Jonathan Skrabacz who flipped Scott so violently, it broke 2 of his ribs and gave him a major concussion. All three drivers dropped out, with Scott Jackson's near future in question.

Craig Lee and Zakk Miller made contact on the frontstretch ten laps later, causing a multi-car pileup that sent Aaron Cummings, Kevin Corbat and Bill Werkheiser to the garage.

It was a tough day for Ryan Heuser, who got tagged with Brandon Raines and David Butterworth on lap 45, and later flipped after contact with Michael Henson on lap 54. He would miraculously go on to finish 10th.

John Battista and Steven Spears found themselves 1-2 after the series of incidents was over. John would lead 32 laps, third most behind Tony Pizzaro and Matthew Dominique.

Tony and Matthew battled hard late, showing that the Pocono controversy of last week was still in full force. This time they raced clean, even letting Dan Johnston get into the mix.

It looked as if the bad luck was over for Ben Geer, who made a statement by passing the points leader for the lead on lap 163.

It turned into complete horror again for the #29, who got pinched between Brodrick Wittmann and the outside wall coming to the caution flag. Brandon Raines, David Butterworth and Cristian Torres all made hard contact with Ben, sending him into a series of spins that would end his night. All four drivers were out after the incident.

Zach Michael took the lead on lap 187 and was the dominant car late, easily holding off Matthew Dominique and John Battista before some surprise drivers showed up to challenge.

Donald Stewart, Dalton Lucas and William Perry all gave it their all for the win, Donald got underneath Zach with four laps to go, but draft help from William helped the #20 keep the lead with 2 laps to go.

Donald "Lugster" Stewart dove underneath Zach on the start-finish line coming to the final lap, and the other two followed. Zach dropped back to fourth, as the #55 took a surprise victory for a team that was once thought as an aberration in the points standings. The Muzzy team is proving to be for real. Congrats to Lugster, crew chief Lonnie "The Frog" Bass, and the entire Gear-5 team for an excellent victory!

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Views: 6 | Added by: TonyPizzaro | Date: 15-June-19

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