AdvoCare Duels Set Field for Inaugural Daytona 300
On Tuesday, 38 cars took to the high banks of the Daytona International Speedway in hopes of competing in the Inaugural Daytona 300 on February 16th. The fastest 2 drivers in single car qualifying would be locked into the front row for the Daytona 300, while the other 36 drivers would race in the 2 AdvoCare Duel races to set their starting positions.
Jake Wright landed his #27 Toyota with the Savage Spinners Pole Award with a lap of 46.899, the only driver to break into the .8s. James Krahula would claim the outside position with a time of 46.915.
Jake Wright would lead the field in Duel 1, where he lead a race high 21 laps and would edge out Joe Hassert by .008 at the line. Randy Yokum would lead a race high 16 laps in Duel 2, but James Krahula would beat Ricky Hardin to the line by .002.
The field is currently set for 40 drivers on Tuesday for the Daytona 300. The winner will be the first to all but lock themselves into the AdvoCare Chase for the Championship, as well as a box of AdvoCare Spark. Jake Wright is also eligible for a extra $20 if he is able to win on Tuesday, completing the trifecta after winning the Savage Spinners Pole Award and his Duel.
The Premier Racing League will also be giving away a free 1-year membership to iRacing during the broadcast on Tuesday. Watch live for your chance to win! (Only redeemable to brand new iRacing members.)