From Angell Park Speedway
It was two weeks and two different winners, as Davey Ray took the checkers at Angell Park Speedway. Daniel Robinson paced the first circuits as Ray started his charge from the sixth spot. An early yellow for the stalled machine of Jerry Coons Jr. bunched the field.
Ray dove under Robinson on the restart, but another yellow negated the effort. On the next green, Robinson learned from his mistake and took the low line away from Ray. In the end, Ray was too powerful and by lap-ten Ray had the lead for good.
Ray welcomed his Fattfro team to Angell Park’s Victory Lane and complimented the track preparation during his post-race interview. To reciprocate comments from Coons the week before, from Victory Lane, Ray bemoaned the loss of Coons early in the race. He ended his thoughts with, “This is a palace to race at.”
On Victory Lane earlier in the night, responding to a heckle from the stands, Ray replied, “I thought I heard someone say I was on the wrong side of the fence. I’m exactly right where I belong and I’m pretty sure there are some of you on the wrong side of the fence.” Ray later explained, “I’m here to support Angell Park it’s our (midget racing’s) Indianapolis Motor Speedway.”
Feature results: Davey Ray, Daniel Robinson, Robbie Ray, Jason Dull, Kurt Mayhew, Kent Schmidt, Eddie Sauer, Kent Drangmeister, Kellen Conover, Courtney Erfurth, Jerry Coons Jr. Joel Wyttenbach.
Heats: Mayhew and Robinson
Fast Time: Ray