Emotional Tim Kaeding Rules Skagit

ALGER, Wash. —  Just one month ago, Tim Kaeding wasn’t sure he’d ever climb back in a sprint car. The victory marked Kaeding’s 72nd NARC Fujitsu General Sprint Car victory and his first prelim win at Dirt Cup since 1999. After a couple of laps, Myers Jr. began to reel Kaeding as the race approached the halfway mark. Kaeding initially jumped ahead to a comfortable advantage, gapping Netto by over a second as the race dipped inside 10 laps to to go. Netto dipped to Kaeding’s inside in turn one, but Kaeding powered ahead down the backstretch. As the two exited turn four Netto drifted high, and Kaeding slipped through the narrow gap between Netto’s machine and the wall to win. “I can run second at this place better than anybody,” Kaeding said.

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