It was a week later, but the win felt just as sweet as Bubba Winslow became the first driver in the history of the Outlaw Series to win twice in the Snowball Derby event. Winslow won the first Outlaw race back in 2017 at Five Flags Speedway (FL) on Derby weekend. His second win came six days after the Snowball Derby as fog canceled the Outlaw race on Saturday night.
- Jay Jay Day is a former winner in the Outlaw Series, and he came up one spot short of his second wins in the Outlaw Makeup at Five Flags Speedway (FL). He was also second in the truck race, giving him two podium runs on the weekend.
- A long night at Carteret County Speedway (NC) got even longer when post race review led to the disqualification of race winner Doug Barnes. The 150-lap Late Model Stock race paying $10,000 to the winner was dominated by Jared Fryar, but a late bump and run landed Barnes in victory lane before the review of pit stops.
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- George Phillips won the $2,500 legends race at Carteret County Speedway (FL) and the Limited Late Model win went to Eric Winslow who had trouble in the Late Model event. The win for Winslow was also worth $2,500.
- Cody McDuffie won both 50-lap C.A.R.S. (Care About Restoring Smiles) Truck events on Saturday at Auburndale Speedway (FL). In both races Kristen Clements was second as Becca Monopoli was third in the second race and Carter Brown was third in the first one.
- Auburndale Speedway ran a pair of 50-lappers on the same night as the trucks. Chase Lovelady won race number one in just under 36 minutes. Race two saw Cody Stickler beat Lovelady for the win. Stickler was fresh off his second Modified win at the Snowball Derby.
- There was lots of big news out of PRI where the STARS National Super Late Model schedule was released revealing 10 races at 10 different tracks. The schedule will include the Winchester 400, the All American 400, the Redbud 400, Slinger Nationals, the Joe Shear Classic as well as the Gandrud Auto Group 250 at Wisconsin Int’l Speedway (WI) and the Glass City 200 at Toledo.
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- The point fund for the ASA STARS National Tour will be $100,000 with $25,000 going to the champion after the first 10 races.