TULSA, Okla. (July 29, 2004) - While Shane Stewart and Wayne Johnson kept Gary Wright out of O'Reilly Sprint Bandits victory lane, "The Texan" still kicked off the month of July by moving back atop the Sprint Bandits COMP Cams Challenge point ...
TULSA, Okla. (July 29, 2004) - While Shane Stewart and Wayne Johnson kept Gary Wright out of O'Reilly Sprint Bandits victory lane, "The Texan" still kicked off the month of July by moving back atop the Sprint Bandits COMP Cams Challenge point charts.
Wright gained a total of 17 positions in heat and qualifying race action at Oklahoma City's State Fair Speedway on July 4 and Tulsa Speedway on July 5 to regain the COMP Cams Challenge point lead from series point leader Stewart.
Each position gained in every heat race and qualifying race in O'Reilly Sprint Bandits action over the course of the season will lead one step closer to the COMP Cams Challenge Award, worth $1,000 at the season-ending awards banquet. Five points are awarded for each position gained in heats and qualifiers.
With the 17 positions gained worth 85 points, Wright extended his COMP Cams Challenge season point total to 190 points. Closing on the inaugural series championship with a feature victory in the July 5 Tulsa Speedway outing, Stewart sits second in COMP Cams Challenge points, just 25 markers back with 165.
Zach Chappell of Talala, OK, overtook Forney, TX, shoe Travis Rilat for third in the COMP Cams Challenge, racing past ten competitors in Oklahoma City and Tulsa to claim a five point advantage over Rilat. Louisiana native Jason Johnson turned in the second best passing performance of the OKC-Tulsa double, gaining 13 positions and jumping to fifth in the COMP Cams Challenge.
Completing the current top ten in the Sprint Bandits COMP Cams Challenge are Terry McCarl, Danny Jennings, Aaron Berryhill, Oklahoma City winner Wayne Johnson and Jerrod Hull.
COMP Cams Challenge Points (Current Top Fifteen): 1. Gary Wright 190, 2. Shane Stewart 165, 3. Zach Chappell 135, 4. Travis Rilat 130, 5. Jason Johnson 120, 6. Terry McCarl 115, 7. (tie) Danny Jennings and Aaron Berryhill 110, 9. Wayne Johnson 105, 10. Jerrod Hull 95, 11. Foster Landon 85, 12. Nick Smith 75, 13. Colin Northway 70, 14. (tie) Jason Martin and Darren Stewart 65.