Brody Roa grabbed the final transfer spot in the B-Feature on the Vacuworx Qualifying Night of The 2017 Chili Bowl Nationals.
Jason Johnson battled hard in capturing the Friday night Feature win at The Bad Boy Off Road World of Outlaws World Finals at The Dirt Track at Charlotte.
No. 47 Danny Stratton was able to beat out both Daryn Pittman and Larry Wight to secure 6th in the Pole Shuffler which equalled to a 6th spot in the Saturday night A-Feature of The 2017 Chili Bowl Nationals in Tulsa, Oaklahoma.
J.J. Yeley looked strong in his qualifier, fending off a stacked field and placing 2nd to advance to the A-Feature on Friday night of the Chili Bowl.
Brady Bacon looked fast all week at The 2017 Chili Bowl, but a DNF in the Thursday night A-Feature had him behind all Saturday and he was unable to make the main event.
With a 3rd place finish in Friday night's A-Feature and a win over Zach Daum in the Pole Shuffler, C.J. Leary was locked into the main event on Saturday night.
Toyota Racing Development driver; Christopher Bell took the lead midway through the A-Feature of The 2017 Chili Bowl and never looked back—securing a 6th title for Kunz Motorsports and Christopher's 1st Golden Driller award.
Christopher Bell dominated the A-Feature on Thursday night, leading all but 2 laps. The feature win locked him into the 2017 Chili Bowl main event for the fourth time in as many years.
Sprint car legend; Donny Schatz, looked fast all week at Tulsa Expo Raceway, but was denied entrance to the A-Feature after being overtaken for the last transfer spot, on the final lap of the B main. Ironically, verteran Schatz, would recieve the 2017 Chili Bowl Rookie of the Year honors.
Justin Grant had a sensational 2017 Chili Bowl. On the Friday night he won both the A-Feature and the #BCForever Pole Shuffler to secure the top spot in Saturday's marquee race where he placed 3rd for the Clauson-Marshall Racing team.