With a titanic 3 way battle for the championship looming, Dustin Smith will lead the tour into this important weekend. Jason still ran various BOSS events the following season as his health would allow. Right behind Owen is Toledo, Ohio's Chad Wilson who sits 3rd and is quietly having the best year of his BOSS career. Swanson got the break he needed with 10 laps to go when the caution flew. Standard BOSS events will continue to pay the following feature purse: 1) 1,500 2) 900 3) 700 4) 600 5) 500 6) 450 7) 400 8) 375 9) 350 10) 325 11) 300 12) 290 13) 280 14) 270 15) 260 16) 250 with 0 to start all main events.
Justin Owen and Michael Fischesser are within striking distance of the lead in one main event. Sadly, we lost Jason to complications in his battle but his memory will live on with his favorite race track and favorite sanctioning body. Rounding out the current top 10 are Aaron Middaugh from Polk, Ohio who sits sixth. When the green reappeared Smith and Swanson raced side by side and nose to tail while Perigo, Rader, Chad Wilson, Ingle, Holley and Brian Smith (up from 18With four laps to go Swanson was knocking on the door to take the lead with Perigo, Wilson, Smith, Ingle and Michael Fischesser within striking distance. BOSS will start 20 cars in all main events with car counts at 29 or less.
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So with 3 main events on the line, this weekend could play a pivotal role in the outcome of the 2017 championship. A stout field of 36 sprint cars signed in for the night's action. Cody Gardner from Monroe, Ohio is in 7th place with Paul Dues of Minster, Ohio in 8th. The caution flew with two laps to go with the running order Smith, Swanson, Rader, Perigo, Wilson and Brian Smith. When the car count in attendance is between 30 and 39 cars, the starting field will be increased to 22.
Smith and Fischesser will start from row 2 while Owen is set to roll off 8th in the 22 car main event. Four very exciting heat races were won by Scotty Weir, Shawn Westerfeld, Carmen Perigo and Drew Abel. Kirk Jeffries of Westerville, Ohio is a former winner at Pittsburgh and he sits 9th in the standings. Dustin Smith got a fantastic restart but Swanson hounded him to the white flag. If the number of cars entered is 40 or more, then 24 cars will run the main event.