Whelen All-American Series Points Leaders Keep Winning
Daytona Beach, FL — Philip Morris has been through enough championship battles to have the process down to a science. But this year has been a little more difficult to get a grasp on what it’s going to take to win the NASCAR Whelen All-American Series national championship.
“It may just take winning every race the rest of the year,” joked Morris.
At the rate the top contenders are rattling off victories, he may not be far off.
The Ruckersville, Va., driver swept the Late Model Division features last Saturday at South Boston (Va.) Speedway. It gave Morris, a three-time national champion, his fifth win in his last eight starts and 14 wins in 21 starts overall.