Starting from the pole for the fifth time this season, Dollansky ran second before the first caution on lap 6. After enduring a red flag on lap 9 and another caution two circuits later, the Eaton’s Aeroquip Performance Products backed sprinter continued to hold the runner-up position behind teammate Sammy Swindell. Shortly after the halfway point as Swindell entered lapped traffic the MobileStar Maxim began to narrow the gap on lap 20 and then raced nose-to-tail for the lead with 4 circuits remaining. With only a few laps to go, Dollansky continued to rim-ride around the highside nearly taking the top spot in turn 4 with 2 to go but came up just short when the checkered flag flew on a 1-2 finish for Big Game Motorsports.
“It was good to get into lapped traffic late in the race. Sammy had a good car from the start of the race and took off pretty good,” commented the World of Outlaws point leader. “It was a good race and great effort by the Big Game Treestands teams to come out one and two with this field of cars it doesn’t get any tougher. We would have liked to be one spot better but we were right there at the end. It was a great team effort again and second is a great finish.”
The busy stretch of racing for Dollansky and the crew of DJ Lindsey, Luke Dollansky, and Pete Stephens now heads to Skagit Speedway in Alger, Washington for a two day show beginning tomorrow, August 31st.