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Speed51.com caught up with a bunch of drivers after the PASS South Easter Bunny 150 at Hickory Motor Speedway. Some were happy, some were irritated and some were just happy to have survived such a wild show. See and hear what they had to say!
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Like Fogelman, Jeff Choquette had to transfer to the feature through a consi, but weaved his way into the top-10 and eventually to fifth at the checkers.
Jay Fogelman had to fight his #4 car all day and night to get a second-place finish. Fogelman started at the rear of the field after having to transfer out of a consolation race and steadily worked his way to the front.
Ryan Blaney, fresh off his win at Dillon in the PASS South opener, finished third after a thrilling side-by-side battle with Jay Fogelman late in the race. With just a few laps to go, however, Preston Peltier jumped to the outside of both of them to take the win.
Joey Gase, a development driver for SS Greenlight Racing, proved that the tutelage from veteran short tracker and crew chief Butch Miller did not go for naught at Hickory, as Gase scored an impressive sixth-place finish.
Defending Easter Bunny 150 winner Ben Rowe had a different team bring him to Hickory this season and a repeat victory was not in the cards for the Turner, Maine native. Rowe got bounced around quite a bit after getting into the show on a provisional, eventually finishing eighth.
Former Hickory Late Model Stock Track Champion Andy Loden is becoming a formidable force in Super Late Model racing now. The hometown hero from Monroe, NC set fast time for the Easter Bunny 150 and finished the feature 13th.
Colt James ran up front for the first half of the Easter Bunny 150, but a mid-race penalty put him near the back of the pack. Here, James explains his side of the penalty and what put him out of the race in its second half.
New Hampshire's Brad Leighton started off the 2010 season with a PASS National Series victory at New Smyrna Speedway in Florida. Saturday at Hickory, Leighton's luck was not quite the same in the Richard Moody Racing #55, however.