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Graham A. Bowlin takes checkers at Richmond Raceway

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Graham A. Bowlin celebrates victory at Richmond Raceway on November 5th, 2019. Photo by Justin Melillo / TRE via iRacing.com.

Everything went right for Graham A. Bowlin on Tuesday night in the third race of the eNASCAR iRacing Pro Series season at Richmond Raceway.

Bowlin didn’t take the lead until 30 laps to go, but he never relinquished it after that point, holding off his Deadzone Racing teammate Kollin Keister in an overtime finish.

“My crew chief, Dustin (Lengert), he told me to roll his (Cody Byus) right rear up to his door and just lift until he went, and then I slammed the gas right when he went, luckily,” Bowlin told Podium eSport post race. “I just held his outside and luckily got around him.”

Cody Byus dominated the majority of the event after starting on the pole position.

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Cody Byus (24) spins in the middle of the pack late in the race at Richmond Raceway on November 5th, 2019. Photo by Justin Melillo / TRE via iRacing.com.

Byus led all but two laps in the first 170, and looked to be heading toward a complete domination, but Bowlin had other plans.

The caution-marred event saw ten cautions for 50 laps, including a massive incident on the final lap.

Bowlin now leads the standings after three races, with John Gorlinsky falling to second.

2019 eNASCAR Peak Antifreeze iRacing Series drivers that currently sit below the cut line with four races remaining include Michael Guariglia (22nd), Brian Schoenburg (23rd), Cody Byus (24th), Casey Tucker (25th), Caine Cook (28th), Timmy Hill (30th), Benjamin W. Nelson (34th), Adam Benefiel (37th), and Ryan Lowe (40th).

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Graham A. Bowlin wins at Richmond Raceway on November 5th, 2019. Photo by Justin Melillo / TRE via iRacing.com.

SOURCES:
iRacing.com
Podium eSports

RACE RESULTS:

  1. 41 – Graham A. Bowlin
  2. 25 – Kollin Keister
  3. 54  – Michael Guest
  4. 47 – Nathan Lyon
  5. 91 – Alex McCollum
  6. 2 – Ray Alfalla
  7. 02 – Chris Overland
  8. 98 – Justin Bolton
  9. 51 – Eric J. Smith
  10. 27 – Ashton Crowder
  11. 80 – Brandon Hayse Kettelle
  12. 8 – Adam Gilliland
  13. 15 – Michael Guariglia
  14. 30 – Corey A. Carpenter
  15. 36 – Chris Shearburn
  16. 55 – Caine Cook
  17. 33 – Benjamin W. Nelson
  18. 31 – Logan Kress
  19. 34 – Brad Mahar
  20. 18 – Santiago Tirres
  21. 21 – John Gorlinsky
  22. 53 – Bob Bryant
  23. 10 – Liam Brotherton
  24. 26 – Ethan Lane
  25. 64 – Jeremy B. Davis
  26. 12 – Nickolas Shelton
  27. 32 – Bryan Blackford
  28. 6 – Steve Sheehan
  29. 24 – Cody Byus
  30. 81 – Adam Benefiel
  31. 28 – Casey Tucker
  32. 42 – David Shutt
  33. 56 – Timmy Hill
  34. 5 – Brian Schoenburg
  35. 7 – Ryan Lowe
  36. 08 – Jeremy R. Allen
  37. 01 – Braden Boulos
  38. 95 – Jesse Schwarz
  39. 13 – Matthew Wright
  40. 00 – Will Cooley
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Columnist / Reporter / Photographer / Webmaster for TheRacingExperts.com

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