After clearing a handful of lapped cars, the top three were nose-to-tail with 10 laps remaining. Abbreviated Results from Tri-State Speedway, May 13, 2018: Feature (40 Laps): 1.

Sweet gained on Schatz on an open track and made multiple bids for the lead, before completing the pass on the nine-time Series Champion in turn two to lead Lap 26.

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12-13 at the Terre Haute Action Track for the Wabash Clash, creating Indiana’s biggest fall weekend of sprint car racing. Schuchart, who was victorious in this event a year ago, echoed Stewart’s sentiment about the hard work of his crew, “We haven’t been racing a whole lot lately because of the weather, but these guys haven’t taken a day off. Peck tried a massive slide job on Haudenschild in turn one and two for the lead, but it ended with the duo making heavy contact, creating a logjam in front of the rest of the field.

USAC National Sprint Cars tackle the historic half-mile speedplant on Friday, Oct. We struggled a little bit on restarts tonight, but we were really strong.” Sweet and Haudenschild completed the top five with Ian Madsen, Daryn Pittman, Jason Johnson, David Gravel and Gerard Mc Intyre, Jr – in his first career start at Charlotte – completing the top ten. After the race, the two drivers had a different perspective on the incident.

12, before the World of Outlaws Craftsman Sprint Cars roll into Terre Haute on Saturday, Oct. Season-long championship battles will be heating up for both series, creating an intense atmosphere in the heart of Indiana sprint car country. Brent Marks earned his fourth KSE Hard Charger honor of the season coming from a transfer in the Last Chance Showdown to finish 12th. Sheldon, obviously disappointed, thought that the incident was pretty cut and dry, while Peck called it hard racing.

Chris Windom is trying to secure a second-consecutive USAC National championship, but Kevin Thomas Jr. Last October it was Thomas who captured the victory, ending Windom’s three-race win streak at Terre Haute. With NASCAR at the big track at Charlotte Motor Speedway this weekend, World of Outlaws car owners Kasey Kahne and Ricky Stenhouse Jr. Kahne made his sixth Outlaw start of the year and came forward to an 11th place finish while Stenhouse, in his first Outlaw start since 2009, won the LCS and came home 16th in the No.17BC. “I thought I had a run on the restart, we were both racing hard. It’s definitely a confidence booster to have this much speed, but we have to finish races,” Peck said after the race.

A lap later Larson battled hard with Schatz for the runner-up position and had it as they crossed the line.

Larson and Schatz continued to battle, but the Lawrenceburg cushion got the better of the California phenom as Larson spun in turn four, leaving fourth-place running Mc Mahan nowhere to go as the caution waved with seven circuits remaining.

We kept getting better and better as the race went on.

It’s great to get this NAPA Auto Parts team in Victory Lane where they belong, hopefully we can keep this momentum up in the upcoming summer months,” Sweet said with positivity.

The tricky Lawrenceburg cushion got the better of Sheldon Haudenschild after the young Wooster, OH native pulled a massive slider for fourth on Lap 3. “With me in the middle, I knew it would be tough to go around me and I was still able to see who was on the bottom.” “I’m happy to get another win, it’s been an up and down year so far, happy to get a win on Natalie’s [Jackson] birthday and on Mother’s Day,” Gravel added.