By Anthony Caruso III | Publisher
Swanstrom picked up his first win of Season 6 on Saturday at the Texas Motorplex in Ennis, Texas. He defeated newcomer Clay Cole in the final round.
“Thank you, everyone, for reaching out!,” Swanstrom said in a Facebook post. “It was a good long night of racing! First, I want to say I wouldn’t do this without y’all! The ones that support through the good and the bad. It’s been a struggling year!. But we pulled one off at the end here in Texas! Told my day this weekend to let it eat and whatever happens happens. He gave me a great fast car, the guys turned it around every round and it was awesome to see the look and smiles on (their) faces.
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“All my sponsors for sticking with me through this whole season. This win secured me with 3 of them for (the) 2024 season!. I could go on and on but I just wanted to say thank you. We have a lot of work to do! Lots of content coming! Keep supporting and here’s one big Hell Yeah!”
Swanstrom revealed that he damaged his crank on the final round pass.
“When I said I was gonna sling crank out of her to get that win!,” he added. “I stand on what I meant! We are running Prenup harder than she’s ever been ran before! Great wins come with great consequences.”
This win also was the first Invitational win for a Justin Swanstrom Team driver this season. He worked with Kallee Mills, Tony McKinney, John Odom, and Jim Howe.
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Cole made it to two final rounds this season. He also was defeated by Kye Kelley in his first appearance in the final round at Bandimere Speedway in Morrison, Colorado.
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