Labor Day Weekend at Winchester Speedway

Winchester, Indiana (September 3, 2018) – Defending series Champion Jack Dossey III rolled into the high banks of Winchester Speedway looking to clench a podium finish at one of his favorite race tracks over Labor Day Weekend with both the JEGS/CRA All Stars Tour and ARCA/CRA Super Series.

After topping the chart during practice on Saturday with the ARCA/CRA Super Series, Jack went on to qualify 8th for the main event to take place on Sunday.

Jack Dossey III ended Saturdays practice with the JEGS/CRA All Stars Tour in 2nd to Chase competitor Mason Keller. Jack then went on to clench fast time in qualifying for the main event to take place that evening.

Running solidly inside the top 2 early in the race, Jack Dossey III took the lead on lap 25. As the laps went on, Jack slowly started to detach himself from the second place runner of Jack Smith. By lap 65 Jack Dossey III had managed to gain over a 5 second lead over Smith, clearly making his No. 20 Toyota the dominant of the field. That was until lap 71 – when defending series champion Jack Dossey III would make hard contact with the turn 2 wall from a blown right front tire.The 19 year-old driver of the No. 20 Harts Auto Center Toyota finished 10th.

Although Saturday nights events seemed to have felt like a huge let down for Jack and his entire crew, that didn’t stop them from getting ready for battle the next day with the ARCA/CRA Super Series.

Jack Dossey III never shied out of the top 4 the entire race, being involved in some “bring you to your feet” battles. It wasnt until 11 laps to go, Jack had just made the pass for P. 3 when a red flag came out due to fluid on the track. Jack would restart 4th with just 10 to go. On the restart, Jack was forced to lay back a bit due to Kyle Crump having mechanical issues in front of him, once Jack got collected, he went on to battle with the No. 29 of Austin Kunert for the second position. With just 4 laps to go, Jack Dossey III made the pass to bring home a 2nd place finish to veteran driver, Jeff Fultz. This was Jacks best yet in the ARCA/CRA Super Series.

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