Brady Short, 2B Racing/Lucas Oil Products Look for Sprint Week Redemption at Bloomington, Haubstadt FAIRMOUNT, Ind. (July 20, 2007) -- The 2B Racing/Lucas Oil Products Gaerte-Powered Maxim Chassis United States Auto Club (USAC) sprint car team,...
Brady Short, 2B Racing/Lucas Oil Products Look for Sprint Week Redemption at Bloomington, Haubstadt
FAIRMOUNT, Ind. (July 20, 2007) -- The 2B Racing/Lucas Oil Products Gaerte-Powered Maxim Chassis United States Auto Club (USAC) sprint car team, driven by Brady Short, heads into the final two events that make up Indiana Sprint Week (ISW) looking for two victories.
Short, a native of Bedford, Indiana, has the 2B Racing/Lucas Oil Products team a mere six points out of sixth place in the Indiana Sprint Week points standings, as well as sitting in fifth place in the Lucas Oil Products USAC National Sprint Car points standings, fifty points out of fourth place.
"We have had such and up and down Sprint Week," said Short. "We will do good one night and horrible the next, but with Bloomington and Haubstadt, I have a lot of laps at both tracks."
Earning the 2004 Bloomington Speedway modified track championship and winning the 2006 ISW event at the same bullring, Short is confident going into Friday night's event.
"My history at Bloomington is good, so I'm confident that with my Maxim Chassis and Gaerte power that we have a great shot at going to victory lane there."
Recently visiting Tri-State Speedway in Haubstadt, Indiana for a KISS/MSCS event, Short ran third behind the thrilling duo of Jon Stanbrough and Daron Clayton.
"I was sitting in third and those guys were passing slide jobs back and forth, rubbing tires--I was waiting for them to slip up and take each other out, but they are both so talented that they didn't," commented Short. "I had the best seat in the house for one of the best races so far in 2007," said Short.
ISW finishes up Friday and Saturday night at Bloomington and Haubstadt.