Devil’s Bowl would live up to it’s name and cause the entire field of drivers nightmares. Reigning Series Champion, Jeff Crivello, declared the track “too dangerous to drive” and loaded up his hauler before qual. “Black ice” was the most popular theory in the garage area and brought the series safety steward down out of the tower for a track inspection.The track was clear and the remaining drivers got busy learning to deal with the lack of traction. Two familiar faces made their season debuts as CT’s Todd “Tater Tot” Taylor rolled out a new purple truck and QQQQ Racing rolled out it’s back-up truck for Dave Soja.Brian Schilling would edge out and break the streak of IROC’s pole wins. Both drivers had come to grips with the lack grip and showed it by racing side by side for the first five laps. A rash of self spins would plague the race and overshadow some great two and three wide racing. No one was exempt from the slppery track and when the final caution flew to end the race, a first time winner would go to victory lane. The Michigan Missle, Matt Corllis who is fresh out of rehab, would set atop the podium follwed by Bruce Phalin in second and points leader Cori Bibbus in third. Hometown favorite Jim Windrow’s hopes of a good points night were dashed with a last place finish. He vowed a return to his winning ways next week when the series heads to Riverside Speedway in NH. If you’ve got a pair come and join us, if not you can sit in the stands with Jeff.