The PASS 100 at
Thompson International Speedway on July 10th was a battle
for survival - and unfortunately the #84 didn't survive.
Scot posted an impressive second place time of 19.748 in
time trials - just a tick behind the 19.731 of Cassius Clark
but ahead of the 19.755 of Rick Martin and the 19.766 of
Larry Gelinas. The top four being within four one hundredths
of a second certainly shows how tough the competition in
PASS is in 2004.
The redraw for the dash moved the #84 to 10th and saw a dash
finish of 9th.
As the yellow-filled feature
began, Scott worked his way up thru the front runners and
into the top four. Several restarts saw the #84 on the
inside or outside of the second row.
At just about the mid point of the event, the last restart
for the #84 turned into a massive wreck on the front stretch
as the car outside Scott cut turned left him just before the
starter's stand. About a dozen cars piled up half on the
track and half on the dirt. Four cars were put out of the
race, including the #84, while several more were slowed for
the rest of the night by the damaged received.