Andy Bryant Takes The Checkers at I-35

Tompkins Industry night at the races marked the start of the 2018 season for I-35 Speedway, two weeks later than scheduled, but it did not disappoint. 

The USRA B-Modifieds would beat and bang all race long, a testament to the close racing. From the drop of the green flag, the B-Modified drivers showed they might have had a little cabin fever as the term three wide became a common occurrence, especially for seventh place starter Andy Bryant. Bryant used the low lane of the racetrack and quickly worked his way to the front of the field. Once Bryant found the lead, he began to set his pace. Behind him Daniel Harris and Cole Campbell battled side-by-side for second for several laps. Eventually both would have their issues and drop from contention. That opened up others to make their move into the top five. Ed Noll jumped on the opportunity and found the cushion, moving inside the top five all the way to second. After a late caution, Noll had one opportunity to challenge Bryant, but Bryant proved too strong. Bryant would take the checkered with Noll second. Early leader Kameron Grindstaff finished his strong run in third. Randy Ainsworth ran top five all race finishing fourth, while Jeremy Lile came from deep in the field to finish fifth.

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