After qualifying fourth, Bailey (Michigan, USA) was rock-solid for all 156-laps, parking his Midwest Elite E-Racing Ford in victory lane for the first time this season. With the win, Bailey clinches one of the sixteen available playoff positions alongside last week’s winner, Darcy Ford.
Rounding out the top five on Tuesday night was Ford (PEI, Canada, Atlantic Motorsports), Ryan Gibson (West Virginia, USA, Kobra Kai Racing), Reggie Keim (Oklahoma, USA, Kobra Kai Racing) and Ty Higginbotham (Missouri, USA, Stars and Stripes Racing).
Stage winners were Jose Mercado (Florida, USA, Stars and Stripes Racing) and Jonathan Peaden (Florida, USA, Kobra Kai Racing). Mercado finished the race in 19th while Peaden finished seventh.
Ford, Bailey, Gibson, Mercado and Higginbotham complete the top-five in the driver standings through two races. In the team competition, Kobra Kai Racing charged to the top of the standings with three finishers in the top-seven on Tuesday night.
The series will shift focus to the 1.5-mile intermediate Kentucky Speedway next Tuesday for the Pressed 4 Time 200. The broadcast begins at 7:45pm eastern with the green flag dropping at 8pm.
Here are the full results from Tuesday’s Fix Auto 250 at the Phoenix Raceway.
Here are the driver standings through two races this season.
Here is a look at the team standings through the Fix Auto 250.
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Date: Wednesday, February 10, 2021