Wanamaker, IN (October 4th, 2018) – Defending series champion Jack Dossey III arrived at Lucas Oil Raceway with high hopes to lock his Munns Construction No. 20 into the Chase for the championship for the second consecutive year in a row.
After topping the practice speed chart earlier in the day Dossey set fast time in qualifying for the main event.
Running solidly inside the top-5 during the first half of the 100-lap event, the defending series champion ran into a few handling issues throughout the last half of the race. The 19-year old driver of the No. 20 Harts Auto Center/Munns Construction Toyota finished seventh.
Jack Dossey III, Mason Keller, Michael Clancy Jr. and Mandy Chick will compete for the championship in the season finale at Winchester Speedway (IN) during Winchester 400 Weekend.
“We were hoping to go into Winchester with a win from here,” Dossey told Speed51.com. “But we have some good momentum with the fast time and a top ten finish. I just got to thank my sponsors for everything. Without them or my parents, I wouldn’t be where I’m at. We just have to keep the wheels on it and be consistent and smooth. That’s what we did last year and we won the championship.”