It’s Freddie Rahmer In BAPS Motor Speedway Finale

YORK HAVEN, Pa. – Freddie Rahmer muscled by Anthony Macri on a restart with 19 laps to go and capped his season with his eighth of the year Saturday night at BAPS Motor Speedway. Rahmer timed third out of 35 cars on Saturday with a lap of 15.064 seconds. 12, stacked the field back up and allowed Rahmer to pick off Dewease for second on lap four. Macri’s two-second lead over Rahmer on lap 11 vanished when Mackison brought out the race’s second caution and the ultimate stoppage that led to Rahmer’s race-winning slide job. Four laps later, a caution for JJ Grasso bunched the field back up and even though the bottom did the job for Rahmer on the previous restart, he chose the top. “[Macri] had me beat going into [turn] one,” Rahmer said. It was the wrong decision going to the top there on that restart. Macri, on the other hand, didn’t have things go his way.

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