SOUTH BOSTON, VA (June 6) – Kaz Grala took the lead from Jared Fryar for the final time with 32 laps to go and pulled away to score his first career Pro All Stars Series (PASS) South Super Late Model win Saturday night at South Boston Speedway. Grala joins Kyle Busch, Alex Haase, and Christopher Bell as drivers who have been able to take Kyle Busch-owned Toyotas to victory lane in PASS competition.
“Man, that was a blast, first PASS race ever and it definitely got hectic on those restarts,” said Grala afterwards in victory lane. “On the short run we were pretty snug on corner entry and free on exit, but it only took a couple of laps before it came back in. As soon as the car came back in we were able to hunt him [Fryar] back down and get under him. To sit on the pole and win my first PASS race is just awesome, I would have never imagined that.”
Grala paced qualifying with a lap of 93.288 miles per hour around the 4/10 mile speedway and would slot in second for the start following the top 10 qualifiers redraw alongside Fryar.