Warner Holds Off Lundy for Win
By Ken de la Bastide
(July 1, 2012) – Starting on the pole position for the WMDH
Thunder Car feature Nick Warner led the entire distance to record his
feature of the year.
But over the final 22 laps Warner was challenged by fast qualifier Hannah
Lundy. Lundy got inside of second place running Rob Allman entering turn
three and for most of the race was only two car lengths off Warner’s rear
There was plenty of action in the feature event, which started on lap two
when Mike Peters spun going down the back straight and made contact with the
turn three wall.
On the restart the cars of Adam Bolyard, Jeff Hopkins, Eddie Richardson and
Ryan Buckner all got together on the back straight. Only Richardson was able
While battling for third on lap six, Allman got inside of Phil Jenkins when
contact was made in turn three. Jenkins spun and both drivers were sent to
On lap 15 Allman got inside of Jenkins coming off the fourth corner to claim
the fourth position.
Finishing behind Warner and Lundy were Earl Adams II, Allman and Jenkins.
“The car drove like a truck,” joked Warner after his victory in reference to
sponsor Travis Truck. “We got the car ready in an hour and a half with a lot
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