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Qualifying 28 starting spot in the 30-lap main event.Methodically moving through the pack on a tricky track, he was already up to fourth at the time of KTJ’s red flag.
The next minute, you’re a zero.” I can instantly remember when I first heard those words, spoken by the extremely hardcore and humble Doug Wolfgang on TNN’s Hidden Heroes television program from late 1987/early 1988 that featured Fred Grenoble, then a mechanic for car owner Bob Weikert.In case you are wondering, Chris’s lone blemish came on May 6 when he finished fourth to Kevin Thomas, Jr., who collected the King of Kokomo crown.On this Fourth of July eve, Windom qualified for the front row of his heat, finished second to C. Leary, and redrew the fourth starting spot for the 25-lap main event, looking like he could easily make it five for six. Wolfgang so aptly reminded, hero to zero can happen in a heartbeat.However, Kevin’s luck would soon run out after clipping the curb at the exit of turn two.Flipping and landing his Mean Green DRC on all four wheels, despite his ability to restart he was saddled with an unsavory 16th, losing his point lead to eventual winner Tyler Courtney who tallied his fifth USAC sprint car feature win of 2018. Once in second, he could occasionally cut into Kevin’s lead, but we’ll never know if he would have gotten close enough to take a swipe.
Ever since the airing of that program, Doug’s statement has stuck with me, popping into my head on more than one occasion during this recent action-packed holiday week of Indiana sprint car combat.