Virginiaís Own wins the Cool Shirt 100 presented by Rush Enterprises at
Ona Speedway champion Harvey Harrison came back to his home track
sporting a new car with a new look and a renewed desire to get to
was running third when the battle for the lead between # 39 Rob
Jones and # 75 Jody Harrison ended in a caution with both cars out
for the night.
stepped up and as they never looked back.
Looking back wasn't the problem, it was looking to the inside then
the outside where the # 63 of Jimmie Crabtree was all over him right
up to last lap. The radio chatter from Harrison's spotter must have sounded like a ring announcer trying to keep up
with that action. Margin of victory was also one of the closest ones
in the series to date.
Super Cup drivers hail from West Virginia
and defended their home ground with finishes of 1st / 4th
/ 5th /11th /14th /15th /
16th. One might say they had the competition
total of sixteen
drivers from five different states were on hand for the season
was also represented very well with 4
cars based from the Hoosier state and a full range of experience
from winners to rookies. All four Indiana based cars finished
within the top seven spots and
thing that's for certain, the 2012 rookie of the year will be from Indiana. Both
of the rookie contenders are from
and finished the race with more experience then they started with.
championship as well as the rookie battle will continue in just 2
short weeks as the Super Cup Series heads just up the road to
Motordrome Speedway in Pennsylvania
on June 15th.
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