said. "You never know what could happen tomorrow.
You might fall out of a race and drop back in points
"We've got an awesome race team, car, engine, tires, shocks, I mean
the whole thing is just clicking right now. I'm just real fortunate just
to be able to
Skip Arp and #44 Chris Madden bring the Spring Thaw field up to
speed at Volunteer Speedway before finishing second and third at the finish of the annual
drive the car. It's fun when you are running this well, you just have
to enjoy it while youcan, cause it could change the next race."
The 38-year-old Cook's victory gives him his second straight
checkered flag followed last Sunday's Southern Regional Racing
Series-sanctioned "Bama Bash" victory at Green Valley Speedway in Glencoe, Ala.
Arp and Madden started on the front row before
Madden sprinted to an early lead early with Arp and Casebolt giving chase until they reeled in the leader
in lap 11 traffic. Six laps later Cook took the third spot from Casebolt
and began challenging Arptil taking second just before a
slowing Mike Marlar brought out a lap-20 caution. Two laps later
the second and final caution appeared for John Blankenship.
Madden stayed in command at the halfway point and after catching
Madden in the lap 30 traffic, Cook began peeking under Madden. Cook
made the pass stick on lap 36 and worked traffic that kept both Cook and Madden on their
toes. Cook fought goff Madden's
challenges the final 10 laps for the victory, his first-ever at
43 race teams entered this year's event.
WHile trying to find a way underneath #1 Will Vaught at Bulls Gap,
Michael Moats instead found the rear of Michael Walker's #64 car. (Michael