Speed dating events in bakersfield ca whos dating julianne hough
Just like clockwork, three laps later, he was fourth. By midway, it had become a three-car race at the front with Kody leading Aaron Pierce and Tanner who were stacking 'em deep and selling 'em cheap in rush traffic, running nose-to-tail one-two-three. Brian's been a teammate, he's a friend of mine and I know he's been after a "Hoosier Hundred" win for a long time.
Meanwhile, Tanner was hauling the mail and, by lap 32, had moved into the top-five. I felt like we were running awful hard and I absolutely hated to see that happen to him.
One night following his fourth-straight "Hoosier Hundred" victory, Swanson was again on a mission to get the coveted trophy and winner's share totaling ,000. If I'm going to be behind, I might as well save everything I can." Kody Swanson equaled Al Unser's record of four-straight "Hoosier Hundred" wins set from 1970-73. On the 56th lap, Tyler made contact with a piece of brake rotor that came off Chris Windom's car, sending Tyler hard into the outside wall and ending dreams of a first "Hoosier Hundred" victory for the veteran driver.
NEW SANDS CHEVROLET USAC SOUTHWEST SPRINT CAR POINTS: 1.
HARD CHARGER: Michael Curtis (16th to 8th) BEAVER STRIPES PASSING MASTER: Charles Davis Jr.
We survived that and were better after the caution. It looked like a race from the Thursday/Saturday Night Thunder era of the early 1990s with Kody using the Steve Butler line at the entry of turn one in an effort to get around the lapped car of Chris Windom, nearly clipping the grass with his left side tires.
If I hadn't have had both hands on the wheel, I think I would've been in the same boat. Not only has he been special in a Silver Crown car at this racetrack, he's been great in everything even as little as he gets to go." On lap 87, with the laps winding down, Kody took every avenue he could to keep his hard-charging younger brother at bay.
"On a night like this where strategy is so important, I could try whatever strategy I had because I knew they were coming. You hate to say it's a radio race, but it is a strategy race. And if you're close, maybe you'll come away with one here and there." "If you even think about making a mistake, Tanner's going by you. Swanson established his dominance by never wavering from 10-15 car-length lead as the two orchestrated a cat-and-mouse chase through lapped traffic.