Scott Adams Earns Biggest Career Victory at Wyoming County International Raceway

Just two weeks ago, Scott Adams of Lake Ariel, PA planned on taking his #68 WARRANT Chevy Monte Carlo SS Street Stock to put on display prior to the popular band’s show at Penn’s Peak in Jim Thorpe, PA. However, Adams changed his mind and decided to compete in the New York Super Stocks Series event at Wyoming County International Speedway in Perry, NY as part of the “Shootout at the Bull Ring” on Saturday night. His decision ended up being a wise choice, as the veteran driver started dead last and then steered his way to the front for the checkers and the $1,000 prize.   

With 39 cars on hand for the show, it was determined that 22 would qualify for the 51-lap Sandra Vogler Memorial. Volger lost her courageous battle with breast cancer in September of 2005.

Most people would assume that Adams had a stellar 2017 season that helped with his decision on being competitive for the big show. Those who assumed were wrong, as the driver had one of his most disappointing seasons to date, mainly due to mechanical failures and an ill handling car. Although he had one feature win earlier in the season at Evergreen Raceway, his luck really took a turn for the better on Saturday night.

He worked on his ride all week long prior to the show and finally figured out that the rear end of his race car was bent. After changing three rears Friday night he headed to the track. The car was good in practice, yet luck didn’t go his way in the heat race and he suffered a flat tire on the first lap. He finished second in the consolation show, which put him as the last place starter in the main event.

The driver remained calm, patient and kept his nose clean throughout the show. He climbed to fourth and then the leaders tangled. He restarted in the second spot and then worked around the outside of the leader on the final lap to secure what he admits is his biggest career victory.

“I’ve won quite a few races over the years, but this is my biggest for many reasons”, noted the 2013 Evergreen Raceway Four Cylinder champion.

“The car felt great, but I was worried with 32 cars on hand. “Earlier in the day I thought about throwing in the towel, but I had to be at the track anyway.”

“To go up against this many talented drivers and then come out on top feels great. “I can’t thank everyone enough for such a great race.”

When it comes to having supportive sponsors, Adams is in good company, with Wheels Bar & Grill, Himmer Graphics, Shultz Fabrication, NJB Trucking, MD Adams Winery, S&D Bodyline, Marchets Garage, FireHouse, WARRANT and Tyler Jett Motorsports Marketing.

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