When Will Power starts winning, he becomes really hard to beat; first at Pocono, then the IndyCar race at Portland International Raceway where he earned his second win in...
"I had an absolute blast learning how to drive the ARCA car on dirt at Springfield and I'm hoping some of the knowledge I gained there will help out for my first time at DuQuoin."
Takuma Sato was able to fend off a hard-charging Ed Carpenter at the line in a thrilling finish at World Wide Technology Raceway.
Michael Self took the lead from dirt specialist Logan Seavey on lap 56 and held on from there, even in an overtime restart with a two lap restart, Self went onto win the Allen Crowe 100. It was Self's first time on dirt in a stock car, but it sure didn't look like it.