MANUEL MAKES IT TWO: Former Champion Back On Top In Sport 4’s
The second round of the Everett’s Auto Parts Triple Crown Series ended the same way the first round did for the Everett’s Auto Parts Sport 4 division. AJ Manuel, a former division champion, returned to the track, started at the rear, and rolled to Victory Lane driving the No. 88 to the front in style.
Manuel literally started last — but wasn’t going to let that slow him down. He chased down leader Mikey LeFort during a green flag run that lasted the first 28 laps — and was looking to the inside of him when the caution went in the air. On the restart, Manuel used the outside lane to clear LeFort and roll to Victory Lane.
LeFort would finish second in his second race of the season, while Tyler Duhancik was third. Jarrod Freitas followed up his first career win with a fourth-place finish and Karlin Levesque rounded out the top-five. Taylor Bowser was sixth, followed by DJ Thibeault, Henry Lavallee, Justin Leduc and Stephanie Bruneau.
The Everett’s Auto Parts Sport 4’s will return to the track on Friday, July 15 for another 25-lap feature. For more information on Seekonk Speedway and tickets to all 2022 Speedway events, visit SeekonkSpeedway.com.
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