Saturday was a great night for Bullring drivers Jimmy Parker Jr., Doug Hamm and Landon Gresser.
The talented trio used strong performances on Pack the Track Night to mathematically clinch season championships in their respective divisions. Parker is the 2018 Bullring NASCAR Super Late Models champion, while Hamm wrapped up the NASCAR Modifieds class and Gresser secured the USLCI Bandolero Bandits crown.
Tyler Fabozzi was more like an astronaut than a race car driver at The Bullring on Saturday night.
The Brea, Calif., resident got behind the wheel of an absolute rocket ship on Pack the Track Night, gliding to the 50-lap NASCAR Super Late Models feature victory by 7.540 seconds. Fabozzi lapped everyone except second-place Jimmy Parker Jr. and third-place Scott Gafforini and picked up his first win since April 21 at the Las Vegas Motor Speedway short track.
Keselowski Wins Three in a Row - Brad Keselowski and the No. 2 team are on fire after winning their third race in a row, and it couldn't come at a better time in the season. In addition to scoring his 27th series victory, Keselowski also handed Team Penske its 500th victory overall.
LVMS has crowned another first-time race winner, and this time it was Ross Chastain, an eighth-generation farmer turned race car driver who hoisted the winner's trophy.
He led six times for 180 laps and stayed in front of several late race crashes to arrive in victory lane in his 132nd series start.
Live updates from the track for NASCAR weekend.