On Saturday, the Pro-2 race got off to a very good start for Team Renezeder’s Lucas Oil Nissan Titan. Renezeder reached the end of the land rush start without a scratch on the truck and crossed the finish/start line in fourth place to start the first lap. He closed the gap on the leader by lap seven of the ten-lap race. Renezeder was positioned for another win, but a broken accessory belt driveline put him in 13th place at he finish.
Sunday was a much better day for Team Renezeder. A successful start put Renezeder in second place at the start of the first lap. By lap two, he passed Travis Coyne for the lead and never looked back. Renezeder put win number four in the history books and put himself back in the second place position in points. Renezeder also sits second in the four-wheel drive division by 12 points.
“I want it all,” said Renezeder. “I want to celebrate the win, but I’m disappointed with the rest of the results. As a competitor, it’s tough to separate each race. We are grateful for the one win and glad to be in the hunt for both championships.”
Team Renezeder's next challenge is for the coveted BorgWarner Cup race, the second of two “heavy metal” races this season.
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