BENSON — If you are into bracket racing, then the K&N Spring Fling presented by Optima Batteries was the place to be last week.
Around 400 cars packed GALOT Motorsports Park for five days of racing. The final round of the week contained two heavy hitters in Dan Fletcher and Troy Williams. Williams came out on top to take home the biggest payday of the week, $100,000, after topping Fletcher in the Strange Engineering race.
Action started off on Tuesday with the Super Tuesday American Racecars/ RaceTech Racecars Dragster Shootout. Hunter Patton got the win in the final round and took home the American Race Cars dragster, and Mike "Snap" Nahill took the RaceTech dragster to the house as the runner up.
Wednesday was the $15,000 race, presented by Fuel Systems Technology (FST). Jamie Holston took home the trophy and the big check, while Tommy Cable was the runner up.
With a questionable weather forecast, the promoters made the decision to combine the Thursday JEGS.com $25,000 race with Saturday's Wiseco Powersports $25,000 race, to make it a $50,000 race. Josh Luedke took home top honors and the $50,000 prize, while Mark Siegel took runner up.
Coming up next weekend, race No. 5 and No. 6 in the Summit ET Series