Despite the red-hot action on-track during Saturday’s 55-lap finale to the Lucas Oil Chili Bowl Nationals, there was one notable name in the pit area who struggled to crack a smile at the entertainment.
Hudson O’Neal wasn’t all smiles just because he made his preliminary night A-Main as a Chili Bowl rookie on Thursday.
Jason McDougal was the recipient of Wednesday night’s Jason Leffler Memorial/Spire Sports and Entertainment “Elbows Up” Award at the Chili Bowl, and after watching him storm through the alphabet soup, it was easy to see why.
Rookies don’t traditionally become potential favorites to win at the Lucas Oil Chili Bowl Nationals, but don’t tell that to 16-year-old Gio Scelzi.
Kyle Larson didn’t miss the fact that he was the only driver at Monday’s pre-Chili Bowl press conference not to have won a Golden Driller.
Friday night’s Vacuworx Night program at the 31st annual Lucas Oil Chili Bowl Nationals was memorable for a lot of reasons, but one off-track celebration topped them all.
Call Tony Stewart anything but retired: he’s got a lot of racing to do in 2017.
Sammy Swindell is out for vengeance at this year’s 31st annual Lucas Oil Chili Bowl Nationals presented by General Tire.