By Anthony Caruso III | Publisher
Sprint Car driver Justin Grant was the latest driver to win a feature at the Chili Bowl Nationals before the main event on Saturday night at the Tulsa Expo Raceway in Tulsa, Oklahoma. Grant has received a bid into the feature in the “World Series of Sprint Cars.”
The Ione, California native was able to win the race after starting second in the A-Feature. He won the 30-lap feature.
With the win, Grant will be one of the drivers, who will be competing for the “Golden Driller” on the final day of the Chili Bowl Nationals. The premier event will be broadcasted on MAVTV.
Grant was matched up with some heavy hitters in the feature. He had to do battle with Ricky Stenhouse Jr., Tanner Thorson, Daryn Pittman, Aaron Reutzel, JJ. Yeley, and Kasey Kahne.
The 2J driver won his heat race, then finished second in his qualifier. Kyle Larson, Rico Abreu, and Christopher Bell also won during-the-week features.
Kyle Cummins finished second in the competition. Stenhouse Jr. had one of the biggest performances of the night.
He began the feature in the 18th position. Then, he finished in the 3rd spot for a 15-place difference.
The opening ceremonies of the Chili Bowl Nationals Championship Saturday will begin at 6 pm local time. Drivers will compete in an alphabet feature before getting a chance to compete in the A-Feature.
Will a driver with NASCAR ties win again? We’ll see.
Since 2009, all the drivers, who have competed in stock cars, have won the Golden Driller. This includes Larson, Bell, Abreu, Bryan Clauson, Kevin Swindell, and Sammy Swindell.
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