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Stat Sheet from the Chili Bowl and More

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Typically, this is where you'd find our weekend stat sheet. However, eyes all week long were on Tulsa, Oklahoma and the Chili Bowl Nationals. Get caught up on the entire week of racing from there with this week's Stat Sheet.

- Cannon McIntosh had quite the night on Monday at the Chili Bowl Nationals. After placing second in the O’Reilly Auto Parts Race of Champions, he went on to win the A Feature to lock himself into the field for the Saturday Main event. Daniel Adler came from 22nd to finish 10th in the A Main.

READ MORE: Cannon McIntosh Lucky, Good and Great on Chili Bowl Opening Night

- Making his first A Main start, Hank Davis won from the third starting spot in the prelim on Tuesday night at the Chili Bowl Nationals.

READ MORE: The Wildest Chili Bowl Prelim Imaginable Nets an Underdog Winner

- On Wednesday night, Rico Abreu captured his eighth career Chili Bowl preliminary victory after a last-lap pass. Mitchel Moles was second and advanced to Saturday feature. In other action, Carson Hocevar and the legend Sammy Swindell won C Features to make the B Main events. Both drivers got stuck in B mains and placed 10th.

READ MORE: Abreu Leads the Way in Chili Bowl Prelim and in the Face of Adversity

- Tanner Thorson led all 30 laps in his Thursday night qualifier, as he held off Emerson Axsom for the win. Ironically, those two would both go on to post top-five runs in the A Main on Saturday. Thorson was second and Axsom was fifth.

READ MORE: Tanner Thorson Makes Powerful Statement in Chili Bowl Prelim

- After waiting and watching all week, Logan Seavey finally went on the track Friday at the Chili Bowl Nationals and won his qualifying race after going flag-to-flag.

READ MORE: Decade Later, Kevin Swindell Back in Tulsa Victory Lane with Logan Seavey

- Tim McCreadie had to make a last-lap pass in his Saturday B Main to make the show and he made the most of it, going from 24th to 11th in the 55 lap race. Rico Abreu made his 11th start and Shane Golobic made his 10th in the A Main race.

- Logan Seavey won the Chili Bowl Nationals from the pole after leading 45 of the 55 last of the A Main. Seavey was in his fifth A Main event after missing the main event in 2022.

READ MORE: Conviction Justified for Logan Seavey, Kevin Swindell in Chili Bowl Triumph

- We have to admire the @Walkapedia_ twitter account for the Chili Bowl Nationals. 10 drivers made the A Main for the first time on Saturday and that pushed the A Main start total to 260. Brent Crews is now the youngest starter at 14 years and 9 months.

- Tim Buckwalter went from 23rd to ninth in the A Main at the Chili Bowl to win the Hard Charger award for the A Main race. This was only his second start in the A Main.

- For the second-straight year Michael Atwell starts the year off with a win in the WinterFest event at Showtime Speedway (FL).

READ MORE: Atwell Scores Second Straight WinterFest Win at Showtime