Seavey Does It With Style At Port Royal

PORT ROYAL, Pa. — Port Royal Speedway proved to fit Logan Seavey’s style as the California sprint car racer won Saturday night’s USAC AMSOIL Sprint Car National Championship portion of Open Wheel Madness at the half-mile dirt oval. Seavey started fifth, but immediately dropped to seventh during the opening two circuits before steadily making up ground in the ensuing laps. Bacon became the first to issue a challenge to Leary for the lead on lap four but was unable to complete the pass. Bacon closed rapidly on Axsom shortly thereafter and was able to get right to his rear bumper on lap 12 but couldn’t make the pass. As the new second-place car of Axsom challenged Seavey for the top spot at the halfway point, lap 15,  Bacon himself closed in on Axsom for second. “I had no idea how big of a lead I had,” Seavey acknowledged.

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