Swizcorner- DaytonaMonday, March 12, 2012 | 12:50 PM
Stewy sought retribution and conquered with the win which was snatched from him last year, when that wheelie seat-bounce, to spectacular endo, flicked him silly.
This was without question one of those all bets are off races and it couldn’t have come at a better time. The series started off with an unprecedented talent pool and week-by-week the number of gladiators in this series has dwindled due to miscalculation in either preparation or race action.
What would become of the series that has quickly morphed from the best ever to blow after blow of front-runner injuries and exits from the series? Following San Diego, Reed’s last finished race, Dungey was only 10pts down. A week later in Dallas when the series saw it’s first title-contender departure, Dungey left with a 13pt deficit. We all wondered, if this 3-race RV2 winning streak was the writing on the wall for the series.
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