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BAUGH SCORES 3RD 2018 IMRA VICTORY AT SPOON RIVER Canton, IL........ scored his third win of the 2018 season Saturday night in the 30-lap USAC IMRA Speed2 Midget feature at Spoon River Speedway. Baugh passed Robby Mc Quinn on lap 19 and led the final two lap-s to beat Mc Quinn, Shane Morgan, Gedd Ross and Blake Buchholz. Simultaneously, Tanner's car began to run low on fuel, causing the engine of his Bowman/Elmore Racing #02 to sputter as Kody began to put a gap on the rest of the field and would finish it out with Silver Crown win number 22, which stands just one behind Jack Hewitt for the all-time series lead. "I was fortunate that a couple of the spots played out in my favor and I was able to get clear. My only move left was to try and stay there on the bottom and do some sort of pick and roll and just hope that the lapped car occupied the space because I had been had." Tanner was relentless in his approach, pulling alongside Kody on several occasions and appeared poised to make the winning pass with 10 laps remaining on the outside at the exit of turn two, but was shielded by a lapped car that shackled his momentum, allowing Kody to breakaway. Kody had been the dominant force thus far, but Tanner was the show throughout the race, bringing the fans to their feet with several daring passes on his charge to the front past 20 other competitors in the first 72 laps, something that didn't surprise Kody one bit. "I've told people Dave (Steele) might've been the greatest of all-time in a pavement open wheel car. For as little as he races, the fact that he comes out and he's the guy. "If you even think about making a mistake, Tanner's going by you," Swanson pointed out. The longer it went, the tighter I got and, all the while, I have to withstand all these charges knowing Tanner's still coming and that maybe we hadn't seen anything yet." The final sprint to the finish would now be a showdown between Kody and younger brother Tanner, the way it has so many times before. Meanwhile, Tanner was running the old groove that was popular before the repave job in the late 1990s, right up against the outside wall in the corners. NT CIRCLE TRACK PERFORMANCE / ROD END SUPPLY SECOND HEAT: (10 laps) 1. .81 KEIZER ALUMINUM WHEELS / ROD END SUPPLY THIRD HEAT: (10 laps) 1.
Tanner Swanson cashed in the fastest time in qualifying for a 00 bonus, then elected to start the main event from the tail of the 22-car field, which would net him another bonus of 00 if he could take the checkered flag. I felt like we could stay with him, and maybe the longer it went, the more things would come to us.
It's great to see them here tonight and to see what they put into this event as well. I really hope this is something that everyone enjoyed not only for the Silver Crown series, but in memory of Dave." On this night, not only was a statistical accomplishment on the line, so were bragging rights among brothers. "It wasn't as easy to run him down as I was hoping.
"Dave was an incredible competitor and his resume speaks for itself on the racetrack," Swanson praised. Lynn and the Steele family are ones I care about so much. "We caught a caution there and I felt like I tried to stay with him a little bit and felt like I could," Swanson said.
We survived that and were better after the caution. It looked like a race from the Thursday/Saturday Night Thunder era of the early 1990s with Kody using the Steve Butler line at the entry of turn one in an effort to get around the lapped car of Chris Windom, nearly clipping the grass with his left side tires.
If I hadn't have had both hands on the wheel, I think I would've been in the same boat. Not only has he been special in a Silver Crown car at this racetrack, he's been great in everything even as little as he gets to go." On lap 87, with the laps winding down, Kody took every avenue he could to keep his hard-charging younger brother at bay.
"On a night like this where strategy is so important, I could try whatever strategy I had because I knew they were coming. You hate to say it's a radio race, but it is a strategy race. And if you're close, maybe you'll come away with one here and there." "If you even think about making a mistake, Tanner's going by you. Swanson established his dominance by never wavering from 10-15 car-length lead as the two orchestrated a cat-and-mouse chase through lapped traffic.