Upset City: It’s Hank Davis In Tulsa

TULSA, Okla. — Tuesday’s Warren CAT Qualifying Night came down to the wire with Oklahoma’s Hank Davis proving the underdog still has a shot at the Lucas Oil Chili Bowl Nationals presented by General Tire by fending off Spencer Bayston for his first preliminary night victory. “I couldn’t have even dreamed of this day,” said Davis. Taking his first green flag in a Chili Bowl preliminary A-Feature from the third starting spot, Davis and Michael Pickens battled with Kameron Key early. Contact through a close slide job from Pickens, Davis hit the brakes to let the No. Trying to keep Pickens from being able to turn under him, the pair made contact again in the fourth turn, with Pickens, unfortunately, going over. While Davis held point, Bayston would fall to second on lap 20. Finally getting the position back with six laps to go, Bayston found himself trailing by a straightaway. Using small mistakes on the part of Davis to his advantage, Bayston was there at the white flag.

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