The OBRL Kim Bowl Cup Series Chase Can-Am 500 race at ISM Raceway started with Doug Hess capturing the pole and Ed Adams recording the fastest lap of the race. Charles Idell gained 11 spots for the most positions gained bonus. The race produced many close battles for position through the field with many position changes. Doug Hess led the most laps with 128, going on to take the win. This week the drivers showed good race-craft, which resulted in 3 cautions with 5 lead changes and there was 1 disqualification with 3 disconnects in a 25 car field ending with Doug Hess capturing his 1st win of the season with Ed Adams finishing 2nd, Mike Franklin 3rd and Steven Thomson capturing 4th.

This week the OBRL Kim Bowl Cup Series Chase Playoff Finals move to the Ford EcoBoost 400 race at Homestead-Miami Speedway with the current playoff leader Mike Franklin looking to find ways to maintain the lead in the Chase.

The question is … can he hold off the charging Old Bastards?

We shall see when the green flag drops at 11:40 am Eastern time.

In the OBRL Kim Bowl Cup Series Chase playoff championship, Mike Schrader in 2nd, Dode Hoskins3rd and Steven Thomson in 4th.

The Homestead-Miami race will be intense, and expect to see close battles all over the track.

Kim Bowl Chase For The Cup Championship Drivers

Mike Franklin
Mike Schrader
Steven Thomson
Dode Hoskins

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November 12, 2018

Written By Mike Schrader