Tupper wins the battle and the war!

A long, long 12-week season culminated tonight in the CARS Big Block Super Dirt Series, with dreams of crowning a new champion in the history books. And tonights event would be full of drama thats for sure. William Racine and Michael Achzet would trade the lead early, but Racine would settle in up front for almost the entirety of the middle of the race. Championship contendor Brett Rowles was absolutely motoring through the field up to contend for a top 3 spot, but disaster would strike for points leader Eric Tupper. A bad slider would get him sent to the tail and then moving through the field, a wreck would collect him and he would lazilly roll over onto his roof. Typically he’d have to tow and call his race over, and that would have most likely handed the title over to Rowles if he finished where he was. But luckily for Tupper, he was nicely rolled back over and was able to continue (albeit a bit worse for wear). As the laps ticked way, from 45 to 50 to 60 and onward, Tupper methodically would work his way back through the field. Still, Racine showed the way, with Roles and Daeffler and others following close. A wreck with 5 to go shook everything up, though, as Racine sadly made it known he was just there to cause issues and would be parked for the night as a result. Despite the earlier issues, Tupper was there to capitalize. Racing hard with Rowles, he’d manage to get a bit of a lead and hold on to a hard fought, well earned 1 second victory! His first of the year, and also solidifying his place in CARS History as this years Big Block Super Dirt Series Champion!

The rest of the top-5:
1- Eric Tupper (7)
2- Brett Rowles (17)
3- Aaron Daeffler (5)
4- Dean Reynolds (6)
5- Logan Gill (16)