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Deja Vu for Jody Harrison in Freeway Motorcars 100 presented by Heintz Performance


It was the second time in a number ways for Renick, West Virginia’s Jody Harrison in the Super Cup Stock Car Series on Saturday night.  It was his second win of the season, the second taking place in Ohio, second dodging precipitation and his second straight win at Midvale Speedway.


Despite having to make repairs after damage sidelined him early last time out at Ona Speedway, Jody Harrison once again set the pace in practice and claimed his fourth straight pole award. Qualifying was a unique group session, in which drivers went out four at a time and their best lap would be their qualifying time.  The random invert was a three, which by some strange string of luck put Todd Peck on the pole for the fourth straight race.


Todd Peck and Jim Crabtree Jr. started from the front row of the twelve car field, and Peck jumped out to the early lead.  Harrison looked under Crabtree for second and Kevin Kromer looked under J.J. Pack for fourth, but all settled into single file until the first caution flew.


During this yellow, the track crew stopped Peck and checked underneath his car for an oil leak.  Turned out there was not an issue and Peck was given the lead back.


After the field returned to green, it didn’t take long for Crabtree to dive under Peck for the lead with Harrison following for second.  The top three remained in those positions as they worked lap traffic.

Thirty laps into the race, Jody Harrison took his turn up front, a lap before the next caution flew for Codie Rohrbaugh’s spun #05.  Rohrbaugh would retire from contention for the evening, ending his championship hopes for the season and perhaps put his season-long role as the rookie of the year favorite in jeopardy.


Another caution flew for rain drops, which plagued the remaining laps of the race despite a minimal chance of precipitation for the evening.  Harrison maintained his lead with Peck pressuring Crabtree for second.


The next caution flew when Kyle Kromer spun his #52.  This set up another restart past halfway that did not last many laps under green when Jim Crabtree Jr. spun out of second place.  There was no contact and Crabtree claimed that he lost traction due to the dampness of the race track.  Luckily, with the exception of a few stray drops the outcome would not be majorly affected by mother nature for the remainder of the 100 lap event.


Harrison maintained and at times extended his lead running laps consistently only two-tenths off his fast qualifying time.  The charge on the track was from Jim Crabtree Jr., who started sixth on the restart.  Crabtree dove under his son J.P. on the first green flag lap, and then moved up to fourth the next lap.  By the twenty lap to go mark he drove past Pack for third. 


At this point, the race would fall under a somewhat lengthy yellow when Kyle Kromer would grenade his engine.  Speedy dry appeared to be an issue on the restart as Harrison drifted high in turn two where it had been put down.  Nevertheless, Harrison continued to clock off some quick laps.  Crabtree moved into second with about ten to go, but would run out of time to catch Harrison.  It was Harrison’s series leading tenth career win.


Harrison described the racing conditions in the closing laps after climbing out of the car.

“When (Kyle Kromer’s car) flooded that motor there it moved the groove up about two feet.  It was slick.”

An elated Jody went on to thank his mom and dad as well as his aunt and uncle for coming from Michigan to see him race.  He also wished his sister a happy birthday.


J.J. Pack passed Todd Peck for third in the closing laps and Kevin Kromer finished fifth.

With Peck falling to fourth in the final finishing order, the points race tightened even more going into the final event.  Peck continues to hold off Jody Harrison and Jim Crabtree Jr., but only by 29 and 38 respectively.  Kevin Kromer and J.P. Crabtree III still have an outside shot and are still less than 100 points behind the leader.


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