CAMPBELL COPS SECOND ICEMAN WIN IN A ROW TOLEDO, OH (8/13) Battle Creek, MI native Fred Campbell mastered a slick Toledo Speedway Sunday night to take his second ICEMAN Super Car Series win in a row and his fourth win overall. The evening...
CAMPBELL COPS SECOND ICEMAN WIN IN A ROW
TOLEDO, OH (8/13) Battle Creek, MI native Fred Campbell mastered a slick Toledo Speedway Sunday night to take his second ICEMAN Super Car Series win in a row and his fourth win overall.
The evening was interrupted by a short but soaking thundershower which washed most of the rubber off the high banked half mile. That made the outside groove virtually impassable for the first half of the race which was led by Kenny Phillips. By about the 60 lap mark it was Campbell who began to feel his way around the outside as he attempted to pass second place competitor Glenn Gault. On lap 71 following a caution and on cooler tires, Campbell made a bold move to pass Gault on the outside and quickly worked to the outside of Phillips. Within two laps he had passed both of them for the top spot.
With just five laps remaining the final caution of the night fell setting up a dual to the finish between Campbell, Phillips and defending champion Dennis Berry who had worked his way up to third. The race to the finish never materialized though as Campbell jumped ahead on the restart and cruised to the victory. Berry was able to pass Phillips to take second. Tom Fedewa and Gault rounded out the top five.
Next week the series moves to the Berlin Raceway in Marne, MI for Race #15 in the series. Also note that the Sandusky race rained out August 5 has been rescheduled for Saturday Sept. 2.
ICEMAN Super Car Series Race #14: 1. Fred Campbell 2. Dennis Berry 3. Kenny Phillips 4. Tom Fedewa 5. Glenn Gault 6. Tim Ice 7. Scott Baker 8. Matt Hutter 9. Ed Hage 10. Joe Bush 11. Dave Kuhlman 12. Dan Morse 13. Ron Allen 14. Dennis Strickland 15. Scott Hantz 16. Dave James 17. Mike Hunter 18. Sean Scholtes 19. Jason Mignonia 20. Jerry Cook 21. Harold Fair, Jr. 22. Rich Duecker 23. Pat King 24. Jim Baker