The World of Outlaws concluded their first trip of 2010 through Canada on Sunday at Ohsweken Speedway for the finale of the Six Nations Showdown after rain showers on Saturday moved the finale back one day.
After posting the 16th fastest lap during Friday’s event to make the heat race inversion of sixteen, Dollansky was snubbed on Sunday as he timed the Big Game Treestands #7 in 17th quick with a lap of 13.440 seconds among the 34 drivers in action. “We were a little slow in qualifying, we drew dead last which put us in a hole that we had to dig out of come feature time”, commented Craig. Starting from the fifth spot in the first heat race, Dollansky was able to gain a couple positions but ran out of laps in the 8-lap event and ended up finishing in the 3rd spot. Finishing third meant the The Aggressive Hydraulics Maxim would transfer into the main event but miss the dash race by one position.
With the non-dash cars lined up by qualifying times in the A-Main, ‘The Crowd Pleaser’ was scheduled to start from the 17th position. As the action got underway Dollansky was able to maneuver his way up to the eleventh spot until a caution came out on lap 8 for Ben Gregg who spun to a stop. On the restart Dollansky too fell victim to spinning out as he looped the #7 in turn 1 and had to tag the field for the restart. When racing got back underway, Dollansky used the remaining laps to work his way through the field and recover from the early incident by bringing the Karavan Trailers sponsored car across the finish line in the 10th position. “The feature wasn’t bad, we got by some cars early and had a restart and I got up on the highside and spun the car trying to get by a couple cars which forced us to go to the back and we got back in the top ten. It wasn’t a great night by any means considering our qualifying and having to go the back”, commented Dollansky who earned the KSE Hard Charger Award.
More short track action is on tap for the Big Game Treestands #7 team as they head back to New York for another weekday event on Tuesday at the 3/8-mile Fulton Speedway.