Scott Storms To Outlaw USMTS Score

Stormy Scott in victory lane at Outlaw Motor Speedway.
Stormy Scott in victory lane at Outlaw Motor Speedway.
Stormy Scott in victory lane at Outlaw Motor Speedway.

OKTAHA, Okla. — Stormy Scott saw his huge lead evaporate when the yellow flag waved with four laps to go Sunday night at the Outlaw Motorsports Park, but the 24-year-old never flinched and held on for his second win during the Hunt for the USMTS Casey’s Cup.

Scott started on the pole and drove away from the field, leaving his pursuers to fight it out for second place. The race’s only caution on lap 31 gave Rodney Sanders the opportunity he needed, but was never able to execute as he settled for runner-up behind Scott.

The win was his 13th of the 2014 campaign and 31st of his career. The winning paycheck was worth $3,000 to the 2012 USMTS Rookie of the Year.

Sanders held on for his third second-place finish of the weekend, and kept his title hopes high heading into five of the last six rounds of ‘Hunt’ races next week.

Dereck Ramirez, driving Bryan Rowland’s No. 20r machine, notched a third-place finish while Johnny Bone Jr. and Jeremy Payne finished fourth and fifth, respectively.

The finish:

Stormy Scott, Rodney Sanders, Dereck Ramirez, Johnny Bone Jr., Jeremy Payne, Zack VanderBeek, Terry Phillips, Cade Dillard, Kelly Shryock, Joe Duvall, John Allen, Brett Hansen, Tyler Davis, Chad Wheeler, Daniel Hilsabeck, Jared Russell, Thomas Tillison Jr., Dalton Clay, Trevor Hunt, Lance Town, Austin Siebert, Kip Hughes, William Gould, Grant Junghans.

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