Kemenah sees luck change in New York. July 24, 2006 (Fulton, NY) Chad Kemenah the current Kevin Gobrecht Rookie of the Year presented by Maxim and Butler points leader was about ready to look into...
Kemenah sees luck change in New York.
July 24, 2006 (Fulton, NY) Chad Kemenah the current Kevin Gobrecht Rookie of the Year presented by Maxim and Butler points leader was about ready to look into alternate methods to find a change to his luck. Well the traditional methods of hard work and determination paid off last night with a 5th place run at Lebanon Valley Speedway. The Racinsoles.com/UUI #15k Eagle has been fast each night it has hit the track but something occurs to prevent the finishes the 4 time All Star Circuit of Champions points champion from the finishes that the team is capable of. You name it and the team has had it happen this season.
Now with a top 5 and momentum the team is looking to visit victory lane again during 2006. The driver from Findaly, Ohio is currently 7th in the points standing and has one win, 7 top 5's and 19 top tens. Kemenah knows that he has stepped up this season with the World of Outlaws and has nothing to hang his head about, but still has high expectations.
"Last night was just what we needed." Said Kemenah. "Hopefully we have shaken some of the ills we have experienced and can build on this finish. I know we are capable of winning and it was a bit frustrating with our finishes lately. The positive is we have been fast every time we have rolled out on the track and that is a good thing. Brian (Kemenah) and the team has been giving me great cars each night and we have just had some things occur out of our control that kept us from better finishes. We will go on to Fulton tomorrow night and look to get this RacinSoles.com/UUI Eagle in victory lane again."