3-time Series Champion Billy Moyer was searching for $10,000 Saturday night at Plymouth Speedway. Unfortunately for the Batesville, AR driver, his night was short-lived after losing a motor on the pace laps of the Morton Buildings Feature.
A celebration was in order Saturday night at Plymouth Speedway. It was Trevor Gundaker's High School graduation night, but instead of walking across the stage, he chose to spend it racing with the World of Outlaws.
Consistency has been the name of the game for three-time and defending champion Brandon Sheppard. He finished 4th on Saturday night at Plymouth Speedway, extending his point lead to 46 points over Chris Madden.
Tyler Bruening was happy with his weekend in Indiana, finishing 3rd at Plymouth Speedway. He was also happy to have his son with him at the track.
SLICK RICK IS QUICK: ECKERT SCRUBS THE FIELD FOR PLYMOUTH SPEEDWAY VICTORY
Sometimes the best defense, is a good offense. That’s the approach Rick Eckert used to win Saturday’s Morton Buildings Feature at Plymouth Speedway.
Eckert led all 40-laps of the race, but he didn’t dominate. The York, PA driver had to think quickly in lap traffic while holding off challenges from Frank Heckenast, Jr.
“I was just trying to chase traction and chase where there was a hole. I never raced behind me; I was on offense the whole time trying to get through the traffic.”
Saturday’s win is Eckert’s 38th career World of Outlaws Victory. “Scrub” also swept the night setting Slick Woody’s Quick Time and winning his Drydene Heat Race.