Here at this year’s Chili Bowl in Tulsa, Okla., Toyota engines have been dominant. But there is one lonely Honda engine straight from the junkyard that has aspirations to surprise a few folks.
Bundy Built Motorsports is the company that gave this motor a shot. Tony Bokhoven has the story with Bundy Mitchell and his driver, son Ethan, who is competing in tonight’s qualifying action.
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