HSR Historical Inventory Automobiles shine right through NASCAR weekend at Watkins Glen


Historical Sportscar Racing (HSR) Vintage Inventory Automobiles shined within the giant highlight on a significant NASCAR weekend at Watkins Glen World the place Scott Holley received the Inaugural HSR Historical Inventory Automobiles at The Glen Doubleheader in his ex-Penske Racing/Miller Lite 2004 No. 2 Dodge Charger.

The “twin-stage” doubleheader marked the primary time HSR has run as a give a boost to collection on a complete weekend of top-tier NASCAR inventory automotive pageant and a complete box of pristinely restored inventory vehicles, former NASCAR race winners and stout lineup of nowadays’s peak ancient inventory automotive drivers grew to become out for the instance.

The twilight race started with a gap 25-minute spherical earlier than a degree ruin cleared the path for a last 20-minute sprint to the checkered flag.

Former NASCAR megastar “Entrance Row” Joe Nemechek lived as much as his well-merited nickname and led the primary six laps of the race from the pole in his NEMCO Motorsports 2007 No. 8 Chevrolet Silverado.

Nemechek was once the primary of 3 other drivers to steer the race however dropped from the highest spot with obvious mechanical problems on Lap 7.

Holley took the lead because the race advanced right into a struggle for the victory between his “Blue Deuce” and Patrick Womack in his FedEx 2014 No. 11 Toyota Camry campaigned in its top by means of Joe Gibbs Racing.

Womack edged the No. 2 for the lead on Lap 13 earlier than Holley pulled off what proved to be the successful move on Lap 18. Holley crossed the end line for the win over Womack in 2d and Samuel LeComte who completed 3rd in a 2006 No. 29 Chevrolet Monte Carlo.

Subsequent up for HSR at the 2023 calendar of occasions is a visitor look with the VSCDA right through the Arien’s Artwork of Wheels weekend at Street The united states, September 14 – 17. Click on HERE for more info.



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