Champ Jody "Hurricane" Harrison Storms his Way Back to
in many post race stories the weather has been a factor in one way
or another and this race was no exception. A sixty percent chance of
showers and thunderstorms were in the forecast with a one in
fourteen chance of a hurricane at the track. Fourteen cars were on
for the race.
to the series for the first time since 2008 was Jimmie Crabtree from
nearby Muncie, IN. Crabtree and team came to CMS to win the
race, with a fast time in practice followed by a pole in qualifying
they were well on their way to achieving there goal. # 63 drew
the fourth starting spot the and pursued defending champion Jody
Harrison to the front where they were joined by Todd Peck for a run
to the finish. The three cars all made a bid for the top spot with
the ( Hurricane ) hanging on for his first win in defense of his
Super Cup Championship.
making there first start in 2011 were #31 Tom Williams from Xenia,
Ohio and the #80 Brent Nelson of Parkersburg, WV.
Kromer from far off
started from the point after a good run in qualifying. The #77
led for awhile before developing a tire problem that ended his bid
for his first win eventually finishing in the sixth position.
notables were Tim Richardson and Grant Andrews sharing the honors of
the Charlie Canterbury Hard Charger Award. Jason Roberts of
Renick, WV backed his car into the wall in qualifying and still
managed to secure a seventh place starting spot. In NASCAR terms,
Jason Roberts would be a satellite team to the
's who all joined in to repair the car so Jason would be able to
race. Just one more reason why we say ( Racin the way it used
to be.) now on to Motordrome.
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