(CONCORD, NC) The longest race of the Hacksaw PCs Premier Cup Series is the American Regardless 300 at Charlotte Motor Speedway.
Brian Yaczik led the field to the green with Greg Evans alongside. Yaczik les the first lap but Evans quickly took the lead on lap two. The race went green until lap eight when a multi car incident occurred on the backstretch. The race’s second caution came out on lap 88 when Clarence Bonner blew a tire and stopped on the backstretch. Danny Rodgers and Greg Evans swapped the lead during the green flag pit stop. Jason Stewart remained on track, the only driver to remain on track.
After the halfway point, a lap 119 caution for Doug Mullens on the front stretch, Stewart entered the pits and stormed through the field on the restart, taking the lead from Greg Evans. Stewart held the lead until the final set of green flag pit stops. Kelsey Rogers led temporarily before giving way to Greg Evans. At the checkered flag it was Greg Evans taking the win followed by Tyler Saville in second, Danny Rodgers held on for a third place finish while Kelsy Rogers and Jason Stewart rounded out the top five.
Mitch Brown took the points lead by three points over John Jenkins, the first points lead change since Jenkins won at Las Vegas in the second round of the 2020 season.
Next up for the Hacksaw PC’s Premier Cup Series is a trip to America’s heartland Kansas Speedway for the Glass Door Brewing 200.
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