Huntsville played host to the final race of the Alabama swing of the NW Series. The combination of banking and track surface made for better grip and closer times as the boys made practice laps. PA’s Cori Bibbus would win the pole for the third time this season. Early race cautions would slow the pace and see several front runners out early. Michigan’s “Hot Shoe” Matt Corliss would go out first with a freak pit accident. Un-substantiated rumors in the pits say that a girl from one of the opposing teams flashed Matt when he was entering the pits and distracted him into the wall. When reached for comment, Corliss said “there’s an invisible wall in the pit lane”. I guess if my wife was standing with me, I’d make up a story too LMAO. The Easter Bunny wrecked me. Also out early for the second week in a row, the points leader Jim windrow would suffer on track incidents. The second half of the race would run mostly caution free allowing Bibbus to pull away from the rest of the field leading a race high 96 laps on his way to his second win in a row. Florida’s Bruce Phalin would wear out his tires trying to chase Bibbbus to no avail. This allowed OGR Outlaw to run him down with ten to go and take over second at the checkers sending Phalin to the pay window in third. West Viginia’s Chuck McClure returned to the series, running up front all night and finishing fourth. Gregg Trogden was back this week and rounded out the top five. Next week the haulers head into Blue Grass country as Louisville will be the scene of the next battle. Be sure to join the fun.