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Miracle-man Ken Joynt tromps the field with an immaculate lap of 32.637! His prismatic green machine looks to hold off the dominators, ready to join Dave Miller and Timothy McDonnell as winners at this facility. The nighttime skies glitter the horizon, ready to be desecrated by the smoke and fumes of Illinois' finest track!

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Outside pole-sitter Dakota Wilkins stalled on the grid, handing the outside-pole to Zakk Miller to take the green! The #30 was unable to beat Joynt to the line as the #33 leads his first laps of 2024. Ben Geer and Ryan Heuser both flew by the Bepis machine, with Joynt miraculously holding them off in a shower of Canadian glory!

A turn-3 crash between Bill Werkheiser, Donald Stewart and Jimmie Stevens brought out the first caution flag on lap-2. Dakota Wilkins slammed into the leader during the yellow, blaming the #33 for his early tribulations. Joynt chose not to repair the left-side damage, leading the field to the green before a violent tire rub sent him to the pits. By lap 10, both front-row drivers stood one lap down. Donald Stewart's #55 Clorox Chevrolet would drop out of the race after the initial accident.

Ben Geer's Twinkie machine led the field to the green, remaining there through lap 13 before a Ryan Heuser pass in turn-1. The #138 entered the event 27th in points with 12 race remaining; a morbidly difficult climb to the "Championship Ten". Despite the pains, he's now led his 6th consecutive event in hopes of capping off the night with a top-5 finish and his first victory of 2024.

A Dave Miller spin brought out the second caution flag, caused by contact from Steve inkman in turn-1. Jimmie Stevens, narrowly involved in both accidents would finally lose it all in the pits. He slammed into Dalton Lucas radiator-first as the #88 attempted to leave his stall. Both drivers were done for the night. Lucas would drop to 32nd in the standings. Stevens fell to 33rd, nearly ending his Championship bid after his third-straight finish of 40th or worse.

Johnny Reed Foley took the lead away from Heuser on lap 84, with John Battista, Matt Raboin and Rick Jackson charging from behind. An immaculate performance from the #3 AC-Delco entry, hightailing from the 39th starting spot to dominate the show! His four-wide Bonanza Series flip here in 2011 will live in infamy, re-defining the laws of physics after showcasing his aggressive style to the "Big-Mac" faithful! A Jonathan Skrabacz and Tony Pizzaro spin on lap-100 brought out the third caution, handing Heuser back the advantage with an immaculate pit stop.

A two-man show at the top developed into a battle for the Halfway Bacon Bonus. Foley took the top-position three laps prior, only for Heuser to steal it back and win the slab! The #138 pulled away from the field, forcing Foley to hold off Matt Raboin and Rick Jackson for the second position. Geno Sphere, Ziggy Moonglow, Tony Pizzaro, Steve Inkman, Michael Henson, Matthew Dominique, Bill Werkheiser and Bink Lucas all fell one lap down during the run.

John Battista and John Tharp struggled to stay inside the top-20 during the later stages. They both attempted to stretch their fuel 68-laps to win the Budweiser 300, a Herculean task to take down the King Heuser and the Quick-Silver brigade! Heuser was 15-seconds behind Battista with 20 laps remaining. Both drivers have failed to win a race in 2024, hoping for redemption at the immaculate "City of Arch's"!

Battista's tires felt like soap bars by lap 228, with Heuser already on his bumper and Tharp immediately disposed. Miraculously, Johnny Reed Foley, phenom-man Cristian Torres and Rick Jackson caught Heuser during the run, leading to a five-car battle for the victory! Heuser and Foley passed the Wendy's machine with ease.

The #138 and #3 raced side-by-side with 10 laps-to-go. Torres and Jackson loomed for a "Big-Mac land" upset from behind, with Foley clearing Heuser with lapped traffic looming ahead. Both drivers failed to steamroll through the jungle of cars with ease. Foley stayed ahead of Heuser by several ca ... Read more »

Category: NORL AI Extravaganza | Views: 27 | Added by: anthonypiazza88888 | Date: 08-June-24

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