Bobby Wolter, Jr. races past Arnie Fields en route to his Saturday night win in the NASRA final at East
Bay. (Neil Miller)
NASRA (National All Star Racing Association)
Kentucky's Wolter Caps Winternationals Final with NASRA
GIBSONTON, Fla. - March 6. Bobby Wolter, Jr. of Lexington, Ky., claimed the
win in the 35-lap National All Star Racing Association (NASRA) Late Model feature event Saturday at East
Bay Raceway Park. The race concluded the now month-long 34th annual East Bay
Wayne Chinn chases #27 Rodney Melvin and #525 Aaron Ridley at East Bay. (Neil Miller)
Wolter started third in the 23-car field and quickly jumped to second behind
Wayne Chinn. When Chinn slowed on Lap 16 with apparent ignition trouble, Wolter
assumed the lead and led the way to the $3,000 win over d
efending NASRA national champion Aaron Ridley, Friday winner Skylar Mylar, Arnie Fields, and former local Late
Model champion David Schmauss.
In Victory Lane, a jubilant Wolter recognized his crew and the fans.
"I have to thank my crew. It was a team effort by everybody. This bunch of guys has worked so hard to make this
happen. What a win. I hope the fans got their money's worth and enjoyed it as much as I did. It sure was
fun from where I was sitting," he said.
Wolter, Chinn and Mylar won 10-lap heat races, while
Christian Rayburn won the B-Main event.
Bobby Wolter, Jr. after his win at at East Bay. (Neil