The High Banked Michigan Track would be the site of this weeks race for the SS Thunder Series. With the tightest three-way points race in series history playing out, every move on the track had an effect. Bernie Mobbs would earn the pole and with his teammate BobD lead the race through green flag stops. Caution flew after the stops had cycled through and ECT DMAR would roll the dice and stay out for track position. He would have to pit early losing the lead draft and putting B&B Racing back in control. Caution would again fly when ECT BobD’s engine exploded. ECT Bernie would lead at the green with Hillbilly Racing on his tail. Scott, McClure, Morrell, Phalin, and Neises all joined up on the high line to put Mobbs back in sixth. What looked like a parade to the finish changed when ECT Fredo sneezed and put himself into a high speed spin taking ECT Q to the infield grass without a caution. ECT DaBandit would occupy third until he hit the apron with five to go and also spun to the grass with no yellow. Mike would cruise to his first win of the season followed by teammate Chuck with Bernie staying out of trouble and finishing third. Bernie Mobbs would leave Michigan in sole possession of the Series Lead, with Bruce Phalin 6 points back and Chuck McClure 15 points out. Vegas odds makers are favoring Mobbs with his consistency and advantage over McClure with Phalin’s poor luck leaving him least likely. Join us next week under the lights at Daytona for crowning of a true Champion !!!!!!!!!!!