CARS Pro Late Model Tour
No Stopping William Sawalich in CARS Pro Late Model Tour
Aug 13, 2022
Boo Boo Dalton gave the loyal fans at Ace Speedway a show in the track’s Limited Late Model feature on Friday evening.
final 20 laps saw Dalton race side-by-side with fellow regular Dillon
Harville for the lead, with neither driver giving the other an inch. A
strong run by Dalton off Turn 4 on the final lap was enough for him to
edge Harville and celebrate a victory in front of the exuberant crowd.
has always appreciated how cleanly Harville races him regardless of the
track, but he said that the conclusion to Friday’s 40-lap Limited Late
Model feature is a prime example of how a battle for the win should be
determined at short tracks.
win back at the track I cut my teeth is always special,” Dalton said.
“Dillon and I have become pretty good friends, so to battle it out with
the amount of respect we had for one another is always a good time.”
With his win at Ace on Friday, Dalton now has seven wins at seven different venues across the southeast this year.
admitted that finding Victory Lane at Ace proved to be the most
challenging of his season to date. He said that Harville has set the
standard for efficiency in Limited Late Models at Ace over the past
several years and knew his car would have to be perfect to have an
opportunity at taking home the checkered flag.
Harville had the initial edge during the long green flag run, several
late cautions turned fortunes in Dalton’s favor. Harville utilized the
top side on the final restart and attempted to pin Dalton down on the
bottom, but Dalton’s speed on the short run was enough to narrowly edge
Harville at the finish line.
Dalton, being able to fend off one of Ace’s best in Harville highlights
all the strides he has made with his operation in 2022 alone. He
expects to keep adding wins before the year concludes but said staying
up front will require him and his crew to stay vigilant with their
adjustments and setups.
“I’m so happy with where we are in our program,” Dalton said. “All my guys are doing such a great job. The help I’m getting from them, and my parents really has me satisfied about where things are going and hopefully, we can carry the momentum into [North] Wilkesboro [Speedway].”