May 23, 2016 01:17 AM EDT
One Step Closer To Sunoco Bonus- Siri Wins Outlaw Spring Nationals
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For Immediate Release – May 22nd, 2016 –
(Dundee, NY) – It was a long night in Dundee on Friday night. A big swing at cutting dust down, from what was seen the previous Thursday, saw an abundance of water laid down on the racing surface at Outlaw Speedway.
The level of moisture in the surface delayed the show for one hour and fifty minutes, setting the entire night back which was set to see the Lucas Oil Empire Super Sprints join a regular card of racing. The fans managed their best during the delay, which didn’t go unnoticed by first-year Outlaw Speedway owner/promoter Tyler Siri.
“I take 100% responsibility for this delay and the late night,” said Siri in Victory Lane at the conclusion of the thirty-lap Outlaw Spring Nationals. “I really appreciate the fans sticking it out and I assure that this will never happen again.”
Siri had mixed emotions, as he was able to cash in on the $3,000 pay day in the Friendly Dodge and Ford Big Block/Small Block Modified feature during the rescheduled Outlaw Spring Nationals.
Siri went away from the pole position after the pitside redraw and would jump out to the early lead in the event. But he would once again have to hold off the advances of Westfield, PA pilot Billy Van Pelt.
Van Pelt was on a rail using the top lane to perfection- even taking over the lead mid-race from Siri. But a restart in which both drivers seemed to fire simultaneously, allowed Siri to reclaim the lead for good as he went on to score the victory.
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