Kennedy was pleased to see that although track conditions rubbered down, there was more than one lane to pass, “it was rubbered down, top to bottom, which made it a lot easier to pass cars on the outside.” Kennedy considered the top 8 starters to be his biggest challengers in the race. He also noted that with the size of the track, lap traffic was an issue to contend with. Kennedy notes that part of his success is due to achieving a good balance in his cars setup this year, “we haven't really been changing a whole lot from race to race.” For Sunday’s race, Kennedy altered the stagger he ran for his heat race prior to the feature. The team also chose to use a medium RR for qualifying and the A main and then an H15RR for the heat race.
Kennedy stated that Sunday nights’ win has been “my biggest accomplishment thus far.” However, Kennedy can also boast a win against World of Outlaws’ Donny Schatz in a June NOSA race at Nodak Speedway in Minot, ND.
“It proves that you don't have to be a full-time, traveling race team with the All Stars, WoO or ASCS to win a feature with these groups.”
The NOSA Outlaw Sprints will be featured this Friday at River Cities Speedway in Grand Forks, ND. NOSA will be racing two A main features in order to make up a rain date from mid June.