Wheatley, NIXA, Mo. (June 23, 2017) – A return to Lucas
Oil ASCS National Tour victory lane for Kyle Bellm and
the Resource Asset Management Solutions (RAMS) No. 14k
Sprint Car team was the highlight of an ASCS Speedweek
that included seven races over the course of nine
triumph at Amarillo’s Route 66 Motor Speedway on
Saturday, June 10, marked Bellm’s second career ASCS
National Tour triumph and first since a Devil’s Bowl
Spring Nationals triumph in 2013.
it smart on that deal,” the driver of the PPG Automotive
Finishes/Colorvision entry explained.
“I knew tires would come into play, and they came into
play even sooner than I thought.”
game plan worked to perfection.
Carney blew his with four to go, then I could see the
chords on Blake’s (Hahn) right rear under the caution,
so I knew we were in good shape,” Bellm commented.
“I got around him and as soon as he tried to get
on it, he popped his tire too.”
Bellm’s first triumph of the year after four previous
top-fives in the VP Racing Fuels/Schure Built
Suspensions entry came after a 14th-place
finish in the June 9 Speedweek opener at Lubbock’s West
started the remaining five features of Speedweek at
Devil’s Bowl Speedway, Lawton Speedway, Creek County
Speedway, Randolph County Raceway and Lucas Oil Speedway
but found that little luck carried over from the
good to get that win, it’s what this team was needing,”
Bellm commented. “We had some
struggles the rest of the week.”
found some good speed in the Friday night, June 16,
round at Moberly, Missouri’s Randolph County Raceway
only to lose an engine.
motor at Lucas Oil Speedway slowed the Christian County
Collision Repair/Bybee Lawn Care team’s efforts in the
June 17 Speedweek finale at Wheatland, Missouri’s Lucas
was just flat all night, so with it not running right
the car was too tight all night,” Bellm explains.
“That was disappointing because we always run
well at Lucas Oil and we were pretty excited about that
culprit has yet to be determined, but Bellm says that,
“We have it narrowed down to two possibilities, so we’ll
get that figured out.”
the Schaeffer Oil/Prater Designs/The Engine Heater team
get to test things out in ASCS Warrior Region
competition at Eldon, Missouri’s Lake Ozark Speedway
this Saturday night.
close to home and gives us a chance to make sure we have
everything ready to go for four nights next weekend,”
Bellm says in reference to a three-day ASCS Warrior
Region holiday weekend in Missouri on June 30, July 1
and July 2 that is followed up by a $4,000-to-win tilt
at Lake Ozark Speedway on July 3.
2017 Quick Stats: 17 races, 1
win, 5 top-fives, 5 top-tens.
Up Next: ASCS Warrior Region at Eldon,
Missouri’s Lake Speedway on Saturday, June 24.
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