All photos courtesy of Jim Ambruoso
Bryce Bailey held on for the win, collecting the crown as the 18th annual Bahama Bracket Nationals wrapped up. Bailey, after much deliberation with his parents, decided to take the trip for two to the Bahamas, making him the fifth person to accept the trip in 18 years.
Side by side racing action and sometimes over the wheel action was common throughout the day.
Three and four wide racing action lap after lap was the norm for the day.
Wild racing action as seen by Ron Morris #40 who has his foot hard on the brake pedal to avoid a hard hit.
John Paul Odegaard logged a lot of mileage traveling to the Rockford Speedway for this weekend's 18th annual Bahama Bracket Nationals, and for the second consecutive year, the Minnesota driver made it time well spent, finding victory lane in the 50-lap 'A' Bracket main event and collecting a TIKI Torch trophy to commemorate his win.
The 'AAAA' Bracket 50-lap headliner included a side-by-side duel between Bobby Frisch and Dana Czach Jr. as the two drivers went door-to-door for most of the race before Frisch charged ahead at the end for the title.
This article was posted to the website on October 18th, 2009
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