Day Three of INEX Winter Nationals Halted, To Be Completed On Day Four
A scary incident involving a track worker during a Bandolero race on Day Three of INEX Winter Nationals put a halt to competition for the evening at Orlando Speedworld.
Philip Ellis was flagging a Bandolero race at Orlando during Day Three competition when he was struck on the upper portion (big track) by a Bandolero car during the Bandits feature. Everyone wishes Mr. Ellis a speedy recovery.
Racing in three divisions were completed prior to the stoppage. In what was described by some accounts as another rough and tumble feature, Cory Hall continued his run near the top of the the Semi Pro division by taking his third top five in as many days by taking fourth place in the feature and was looking for third at the checkered flag. Jarrett Butcher was 12th and on the lead lap after finding himself in some trouble in the feature. Will Farrell was 16th, Dylan Rumbolt was 14th, Nicholas Naugle 22nd and Nick Ledson 23rd.
Canadians finished seventh, eighth and ninth in the Young Lions Legends division with Cole Ledson of Ontario, Waylon Farrell of Newfoundland and Braden Langille of Nova Scotia each scoring top ten finishes in the race.
Nathan Langille came home in second during the Beginner Bandits with Owen Mahar coming home in third.
The remainder of the features that were not run on Wednesday will be run at the beginning of the card on Thursday.