Following a triumph in his B-Main on Saturday evening, Scott rolled off starting seventeenth on the grid in the 75-lap ‘Bama Bash.’ With snow flurries in the air and one-groove track conditions, the Bright, Indiana native made the decision to retire from the A-Main after only eight circuits. Following the completion of the ‘Bama Bash,’ which was shortened to only 61 laps due to intensified snow showers, Scott was credited with a twenty-third place effort. Full results from the chilly weekend at Green Valley can be viewed online at www.greenvalleyspeedway.com.
“I have to give the promoter and the staff at Green Valley a lot of credit,” quoted James today via telephone. “They had every reason to cancel that show because of the weather, but they stuck with it and almost got the whole race in before the snow got real bad. There wasn’t a whole lot of passing all weekend and we just got buried a little bit after qualifying. But, we got into the feature, got some more laps in the car, and didn’t tear up anything. I think we are going to do some testing this upcoming weekend and get our stuff prepared for the big three-race swing with the World of Outlaws later in the month.”
The #1G team is now scheduled to take the next two weekends off from Dirt Late Model competition to ready for a busy stretch with the World of Outlaws Late Model Series. Scott will venture next to the I-30 Speedway in Little Rock, Arkansas, the Whynot Motorsports Park in Meridian, Mississippi, and the Duck River Raceway Park in Wheel, Tennessee from March 22-24 for a triple shot of WOOLMS action. All three southern battles will boast a $10,000 winner’s check. Additional information on these races can be found by clicking on www.woolms.com.
Scott James, Sanford Goddard, and Ron Powell would like to thank everyone that is associated with the Warrior House Car team including: Powell Motorsports, Goddard Performance Parts, Goddard Guttering, Warrior Race Cars, Custom Race Engines, Manpower To Horsepower, Hoffmann Trucking, Jerry’s Truck & Diesel, Willett Powder Coating, ATL Fuel Cells, Beyea Headers, CV Products, Delph Communications, Dyer’s Top Rods, Fastlane Signs & Graphics, FSR Radiators, Goodridge Hose & Fittings, GW Performance, Hawk Brake Pads, Hoosier Racing Tires, Integra Shocks & Springs, Keyser Manufacturing, Kirkey Racing Fabrication, Outerwears Racing, R2C Performance, Rod End Supply, TurboStart Batteries, TWM Racing Products, VP Racing Fuels, Wilwood Engineering, and Winters Performance.
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About Warrior Race Cars:
Warrior Race Cars, designed and built by Goddard Performance Parts, has without question evolved into the most versatile and adjustable Dirt Late Model chassis available today. The design has proven itself worthy of top drivers from across the United States. Since its inception in 1984, Warrior Race Cars has found itself in victory lane at many of the country’s most prestigious races including the World 100, Dream 100, Prelude to the Dream, Dirt Track World Championship, Topless 100, and Dixie Shootout. Learn more about Warrior Race Cars by logging onto www.GoddardWarrior.net.
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