(MARTINSVILLE, VA) The stars of the ASRS Hacksaw PCs Premier Cup Series hit the track at Martinsville Speedway, the shortest track on the schedule, for the Glass Door Brewing 200. What Martinsville Speedway lacks in size it makes up for with intense racing action.
David Washington won the Midwest Simulations Pole Award in a tie with Greg Evans. Evans led the opening lap before Washington led through a caution filled first 50 laps. Jonathan Holstein took the lead briefly as he remained on the track under caution. Washington fought back to the lead and never looked back leading a total of 165 laps.
The 201 lap race was slowed by a season high 22 cautions for 113 laps.
David Washington picked up his first ASRS win in the Glass Door Brewing 200 over Greg Evans. Jordan Harnish brought his #32 home third, followed by Grant Brown in fourth and defending champion Mitch Brown fifth.
John Jenkins remains atop the Hacksaw PC’s Premier Cup Series Championship Standings but his lead over Mitch Brown shrunk to just 3 points heading to the American Regardless 300 at Charlotte Motor Speedway next week.
WATCH REPLAY: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=6kuFV_dOheI
The American Sim Racing Series has seen continued growth since its birth in 2002. Now in it’s nineteenth year of racing, ASRS provides side by side racing action that keeps you on the edge of your seat all race long. For more information on the ASRS visit www.americansimracing.com