The Xfinity 40 Week Series OneMain Financial 200 at Dover Int’l Speedway started with Dan Berghoff on the pole and Joel Kilburn setting the fastest lap of the race. Eddie Jones gained 10 spots for the most positions gained bonus. The race produced many close battles for position through the field with many position changes. Paul House led the most laps with 43, with Kent “Big Time” Connolly going on to take the win. Kent “Big Time” Connolly has informed the league that he would prefer to be called “Greatest of all Time“, but Old Bastards League Officials think that all this winning has gone to head and this will be his “Last Win in a Row”. This week the drivers showed good race-craft, which resulted in 3 cautions with 8 lead changes and there were 2 disqualifications and 4 disconnects in a 18 car field The race ended with Kent Connolly capturing his 4th win in a row and 4th of the season, with Steven Thomson Driver of the #67 Ride TV Camry taking 2nd, Joel Kilburn in 3rd and Mike Schrader nabbing 4th.

This week the Xfinity Series will be off next week with the current points leader Kent “Big Time” Connolly looking to maintain the lead in the series. 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 Xfinity 40 Week Series points championship Mike Schrader in 2nd, Jimmy Todd 3rd Joel Kilburn in 4th and Brian Glass in 5th.

The Non POINTS @ Mid Ohio race will be intense, and expect to see close battles all over the track.

May 7, 2018
Written By Mike Schrader