Thomas Meseraull had the largest hill to climb on his way to the big show. He won the D-Feature, started near the rear and claimed 3rd in the C-Feature. That put him at the tail of the B-Feature, where again T-Mez would not be denied and placed 5th, to transfer to the A-Feature. a spot in the Saturday night’s Feature event, where he would finish a strong 5th.
Jake Swanson of SIX8 Motorsports, went from 18th to 2nd in Thursday night’s Chili Bowl Qualifier to secure a spot in the Saturday night’s Feature event, where he would finish a strong 5th.
Clauson-Marshall Racing driver; Justin Grant was dominant Friday winning both his qualifier and the A-Feature, leading from start to finish.
Toyota Racing Development driver; Christopher Bell took the lead midway through the A-Feature of The 2017 Chili Bowl and never looked back—securing a 6th title for Kunz Motorsports and Christopher’s 1st Golden Driller award.
ARCA Champion and 2017 NASCAR Camping World Truck Series driver; Chase Briscoe, was pumped to make the Chili Bowl feature. His night was cut short however when he got caught up in a wreck.
With the Christopher Bell win, Keith Kunz of Keith Kunz Motorsports secured his 6th Chili Bowl Nationals title victory as a car owner.
Jason Johnson battled hard in capturing the Friday night Feature win at The Bad Boy Off Road World of Outlaws World Finals at The Dirt Track at Charlotte.
The 31st annual Lucas Oil Chili Bowl Nationals presented by General Tire