Parker Price-Miller had a strong showing at the 2017 Chili Bowl. Price-Miller picked up 6 spots in his qualifying race and place a solid 11th in Wednesday night’s A-Feature.
J.J. Yeley looked strong in his qualifier, fending off a stacked field and placing 2nd to advance to the A-Feature on Friday night of the Chili Bowl.
Tim McCreadie won the B-Feature and battled hard during Friday night’s A-Feature, where he passed 9 cars on his way to a 9th place finish.
Ryan Robinson looked solid at the Chili Bowl in his Abreu Vineyards—Keith Kunz Motorsports ride. Robinson won his heat from 7th, held his own through the qualifiers and C-Feature and walked away with a 6th place finish in the Wednesday night A-Feature.
California outlaw kart racer; Logan Seavey battled hard in his Rockwell Security / RAM Racing ride at The 2017 Chili Bowl Nationals.
Ricky Stenhouse Jr looked good, running up front all week at the Chili Bowl. In the main event he placed a respectable 16th.
With a 3rd place finish in Friday night’s A-Feature and a win over Zach Daum in the Pole Shuffler, C.J. Leary was locked into the main event on Saturday night.
No.10b Rick Shuman was lucky to escape his burning car without serious injury during the G-Feature on the Championship Night of The 2017 Chili Bowl Nationals.
Christopher Bell dominated the A-Feature on Thursday night, leading all but 2 laps. The feature win locked him into the 2017 Chili Bowl main event for the fourth time in as many years.
Rico Abreu had a challenging 2017 Chili Bowl. A series of unfortunate events on his qualifying night left him with no option but to take a provisional, after Saturday’s climb from the F-Feature proved impossible. During the Chili Bowl A-Feature, Rico had gone from 25th to 7th when he was caught up in wreck that sent him to the back. Even still, Abreu came away with a respectable 12th place finish.