Daeffler breaks through at Volusia

Tonights 358 Series at Volusia looked like it was sure to be James Normoyles world, we were all just livin’ in it. Aaron Daeffler took quick time, but an issue would see him miss his call for the heat race, sending him to the B-Main. This allowed Normoyle to take heat 1, and start pole. Right off the rip he would start to take the field to Gapplebees, putting a second on the field. Slowly but surely, Josh Kotten started to creep up as he’d found something on the low side. Just as things started to get interesting, Normoyle showing the way would move down low to put some pressure on Kotten and make him change up his attack. Unfortunately for Normoyle, the inside wall is a bugger who doesn’t move for anybody. He’d hook his left front tire on the inside of 3 and 4, sending him around on lap 18, collecting Kotten with him. This allowed Aaron Daeffler, who started 15th due to winning the B-Main, to take over the lead. He’d methodically worked his way up from deep, running low high and middle, and the bad luck for Kotten and Normoyle was all he needed. The race would run out, with Daeffler dominating and leading the final 17 laps for the 2.22 second victory over Aussie Kyall Fisher.

The rest of the top-5:
1- Aaron Daeffler (15)
2- Kyall Fisher (8)
3- Trevor Williams (4)
4- Jacob Shirley (14)
5- Shawn Judson (16)

Heat winners were:
James Normoyle, Josh Kotten, Tim Rogers

B-Main Winner:
Aaron Daeffler