Race number three of the AC Delco/Murray's Iceman Series ran under a full moon. Glenn Gault survived seven cautions to take home his second consecutive win on the traveling circuit. At the finish, seven cars ran nose to tail with Gault taking...
Race number three of the AC Delco/Murray's Iceman Series ran under a full moon. Glenn Gault survived seven cautions to take home his second consecutive win on the traveling circuit.
At the finish, seven cars ran nose to tail with Gault taking home his fourth career feature on the series. In the previous race, Gault started his Orange Blossom Special in the same position, on the inside of row two. During the race, officials called the Hubbard, Ohio driver into the pits to check his car for an oil leak.
"The car was tight most of the race but we were able to hold off Freddie (Campbell). He really pressured me throughout the race, but I like racing him because he races clean. The rest of the group behind me are good drivers. Being able to hold off that many good drivers for the win is a good night." said the series current points leader. Tonight's win for the driver of the American Title & Trust/Gault Heating/Tabone Snow King Monte Carlo was his second of the weekend. He was victorious Saturday at Clearfield Mountain Speedway in his backup Iceman car.
Fred Campbell, who finished a close second in his Port City Monte Carlo to Gault, was honored by an induction to the Michigan Racing Hall of Fame Saturday night. So far this season Campbell has had three top-five finishes.
Dave Kuhlman started seventh and worked his way to third but the driver of the Right Tools/Zeillers Farm Market/5 Point Embroidering Monte Carlo was never able to complete his move around Campbell. The Howell, Michigan driver bounced back from a broken rocker arm in race number two.
TOP 10 POINTS
Glenn Gault-74, Fred Campbell-69, Kenny Phillips-61, Len Couvillon-59, Dave Kuhlman-53, Jerry Cook-49, Don St. Denis-48, Ron Ridenour-44, Steve Seegott & Harold Fair Jr-43