By PETERSEN MEDIA
Cody Darrah and the Tulare Thunderbowl Raceway have a love hate relationship, and that relationship continued on Friday night as a late race restart crash, ended the night for Darrah and his KKR team.
The track is a racy track that Darrah enjoys, but unfortunately, it has gotten the best of him in past trips to the Central California facilty.
“Tulare is a fun track to race, but I have the worst luck there, and unfortunately it continued on Friday,” said Darrah.
Being forced to come from the LCQ, Darrah lined his Scroth Racing/Team ASE/Sage Fruit machine up in the 20th spot for the 35-lap contest, Darrah found himself marred in heavy traffic on a very sticky and heavy racetrack.
As laps clicked off Darrah, wasn’t able to work through the field, as he was only able to get up into the top-15.
With the race winding down, Darrah was involved in a late race crash during a double file restart, ending his night early, after his crew valiantly tried getting his car back together.
“It was a tricky track to get going forward on, and I thought we were going to end up with a decent finish,” said Darrah. We got in that wreck late, and my guys worked their butts off trying to get us back out there, but there was a little more damage then we thought.”
ON TAP- Cody Darrah and his Kasey Kahne Racing team will now head to the Silver Dollar Speedway in Chico, CA for the Mini Gold Cup on Friday March 23rd and 24th.
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