Cummins Does It Again At Tri-State

— Kyle Cummins continued his mastery of Tri-State Speedway, racing from 11th on the grid to win Saturday night’s Spring Showdown that was co-sanctioned by the USAC AMSOIL National Sprint Car Series and the Midwest Sprint Car Series. Six of Cummins’ 10 career USAC AMSOIL National Sprint Car victories have come at the Haubstadt, Ind. “I didn’t know if we had a shot or not,” Cummins admitted. Rogers was wheeling a car for the very same Randy Edwards owned team that was victorious in the most recent Spring Showdown in 2020 with first-time winner Stephen Schnapf, a feat Rogers was hoping to repeat on this night. By mid-race, Rogers had opened up a 4.5-second lead as he aggressively attacked his way through lapped traffic to provide himself a healthy advantage over Stockon and the steadily emerging Cummins who had suddenly entered the top five. Rogers was pretty much flawless over the next five laps as Cummins wasn’t able to make much headway on the bottom. Cummins didn’t waste a second of his time blazing it in there on the lap-27 restart, sliding up in front of Rogers in turn one soon after the drop of the green.

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