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Ken Pettit enters the Coca-Cola 600 with a "Whiplash Whopper" whopping 142-point lead over Alex Crapser in the standings. Neither driver has won this Crown Jewel event, but both start inside the top-third of the field in hopes of earning their first. $10,000,000 goes to the winner of the annual 400-lapper at Charlotte Motor Speedway!

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Logan Sheets' domination in the All-Star Qualifier continues with an outside front-row starting spot alongside Johnny Reed Foley. Despite monolopizing the front row, Tony Pizzaro flew by both of them on the backstretch to lead the first circuit. He would dominate the initial 60-lap stretch, with points contenders Alex Crapser, Zakk Miller and John Battista in danger of going a lap down early.

Pizzaro stretched to a four-second advantage over Sheets and Ryan Heuser before a Trae Larkin and Jonathan Skrabacz spin brought out the yellow. Sheets capitalized after the restart, passing by Pizzaro on lap 87 to take his first lead of the night. Michael Henson and Philip Parker would also take a ride through the backstretch infield, handing the top-spot to Donald Stewart.

The #55 Chevrolet stayed out on old tires, leading the field to the green. He held off the field for several laps before Dave Miller took the advantage on lap 102. John Tharp would eventually take the lead, with Matt Raboin and John Battista also taking turns at the top-spot as we loom towards the halfway point.

A morbid crash for the points leader on lap 136! A tap from his teammate Tony Pizzaro sends Ken Pettit into the inside backstretch wall hard. The #8 Bob Marley Chevrolet would finish 43rd on the night after a previous worst finish of 25th at Martinsville. He would still maintain the points lead after the event, but it would no longer be the cakewalk he had anticipated.

The only team to finish every race of the season is out, marking the earliest time in any Extravaganza Series season that everyone has a DNF. Up front, Timothy McDonnell's crew pulled off a masterful pit stop to put them atop the heap. The #22 would lead through lap 80 before a pass from Adam Crapser's "Packer Man" #4 Chevrolet.

Adam, Rick Jackson, Dakota Wilkins and Johnny Reed Foley pulled to a minuscule four-car breakaway, crossing the halfway mark with the #4 at the helm. Rick Jackson would take the lead on lap 218 and stayed there for 60 laps. Jackson is looking for his fourth-straight top-5 finish, while second-place Johnny Reed Foley looks for his fifth-straight top-16. The #3 AC-Delco Chevrolet took the helm on lap 279 through green flag pit stops.

Cristian Torres along with the Lifesaver Racing team all fell to the wayside during the mid-to-late stages. Turn-2 proved to be "devastation alley", taking out six of the contenders, including our points leader, Rob Scarberry who's trying to stay inside the top-35, and Bink lucas and Jimmie Stevens; both struggling mightily this season. Up front, Alex Crapser would lead the field to the lap-288 restart.

The Pennzoil #04 earned his five bonus points to help catch Ken Pettit in the standings, but he couldn't hold them off for long. Johnny Reed Foley re-took the advantage just a couple of laps in. Adam Crapser and John Tharp joined in the fray towards the 90-to-go mark. Adam would steal the lead back, with Tharp meandering by both drivers one lap later.

A miracle run by both Dalton Lucas and Geno Sphere put them in contention for the victory late! Foley made it past Tharp with 75-to-go with the myriad of underdogs looming behind. Against all odds, Geno Sphere took his first lead of the night at the race he first attempted to enter four years ago, driving a #43 Cheeto's car for Glenn Kaufmann. Now he is at the helm of the Coca-Cola 600, leading his first laps of the season in the Cinderella story of the millennium! Geno led the filed through green flag pit stops, but a slow tire change pulled him back to the 7th position. No ... Read more »

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