DOUBLE OUTLAW TOP TENS
by Brad Vores
Putting yourself into position is the name of the game in World of Outlaws competition.
In Friday's Williams Grove National Open, Greg was unable to make it into the dash, resulting in an 11th feature starting spot.
After falling back a few spots early, Greg made a move and was racing towards the front and was up to seventh at the lap 23 fuel stop. He would eventually bring the Mike Heffner owned #27 home in sixth spot at the checkered.
The team was officially crowned the 2016 Williams Grove Speedway track champions for a third straight season and fifth overall for Greg. Crew chief Ryan Hand was also named Mechanic of the Year.
It was off to Port Royal Speedway for Saturday's World of Outlaw program, this time, Greg timed where he needed to take advantage of a good heat race start. He transferred into the Dash, where he moved from sixth to fourth.
Lining up fourth in the A, Greg ran fourth for a while before making a late race surge to finish second.
The team returns next weekend Saturday at Port Royal.