SAMSULA, FLORIDA - USA International Speedway in Lakeland, FL plays host to a FASCAR Goodyear Challenge Series Late 100 on Saturday night with complete racing action starting at 7:30 p.m. There's no doubt about who has had the fastest Goodyear...
SAMSULA, FLORIDA - USA International Speedway in Lakeland, FL plays host to a FASCAR Goodyear Challenge Series Late 100 on Saturday night with complete racing action starting at 7:30 p.m.
There's no doubt about who has had the fastest Goodyear Challenge Series Late Model this 2002 season and that's Jason Boyd, but finishing for him has been much more important.
Boyd of Orlando, FL has placed his GPC Staffing Chevrolet on the pole for the first four Goodyear Challenge Late Model Series races, but has destroyed his race car in two separate FASCAR Goodyear events.
Boyd third in Goodyear points has also won both USA Int'l Speedway races, pole awards and is still in the point hunt despite his propensity for destroying race cars.
Jerry Symons of New Smyrna, FL in the Gene Kelly Roofing Chevrolet now holds the points lead by 65 points over his sixth place pursuer and has been the most consistent series driver.
Mike Hovis of Ft. Myers, FL in the Budweiser Late Model is a tough driver, but also has slipped because of racing incidents and is second in points.
Larry Osteen of Clermont, FL in the Central Florida Auto Express Chevrolet is fourth in points despite some rough rides around concrete walls and also destroying his Late Model racecar.
Wayne Morris of Mulberry in the Michael Holley Chevrolet is fifth in points and has crunched his car a few times, but is still managing to hold on.
Tony Amico of Clearwater, FL is sixth just 65 points behind the point leading Symons and has been doing well in his Executive Racing School Chevrolet.
The winner here at USA Int'l Speedway will be the one driver that holds his Late Model together.