Guy Forbrook Owned Mopar
There was a battle between Swindell and Meyers for most of the 24 car race. Meyers was able to hold his position and got by Solwold in turns three and four with only six laps to go on the semi-baked dirt oval. Two laps later Sammy also passed Solwold and the top five finishers in the main event were set. It ended with Kaeding, Kinser, Shaffer, Meyers and Swindell.
“The track was really dusty and there was a lot of loose stuff flying around,” said Swindell. “At one point we had to dig all the clay out from under the hood, it was everywhere except the engine.”
Swindell was driving the Guy Forbrook-owned Mopar-powered Volcano Joe’s Coffee/Wirtgen Maxim. Forbrook Motors has used K&N Engineering products for years.
“The K&N filter kept all the clay out of the engine,” said Swindell. “The K&N filter did its job, that’s why we use them in every race.” Swindell is a three time World of Outlaws champion and one of the WoO’s top 10 drivers in point standings.
National Sprint Tour action continues May 2 at Davenport Speedway in Davenport, Iowa. Swindell’s next World of Outlaws race is April 29 at Knoxville Raceway in Knoxville, Iowa.
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