Last-Lap Pass Pays $15,000 For Duncan

CHILLICOTHE, Ohio — The last lap pays the most and Cole Duncan took that methodology to heart on Saturday evening at Atomic Speedway, utilizing a last-lap pass to score the George Fisher Memorial Freedom 40 title worth $15,000. Parker Price-Miller and Travis Philo were the pace setters for the first 39 circuits with Price-MIller leading the first 22 before Philo took over on lap 23. Philo seemed to have the cat in the bag, but a series of cautions due to flat tires on lap 38 kept the race at a standstill. Despite the extra lap out of the question, Duncan persevered, using a slingshot move down the backstretch to power by Philo at the exit of turn four. It was getting hard to get by lapped cars, so I just let the front two or three race. Travis didn’t do what I thought he was going to do on the last lap.

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