Oswego Driver to the Mountain Top Posted on 5/10/2015 at 12:35:01 PM by D
Built for Success: Dalton Doyle Wheels Self Built Small Block Super to Oswego Victory Lane
OSWEGO, NY (May 10, 2015) – Oswego Speedway was built on the foundation of creativity and ingenuity, and Saturday night Dalton Doyle continued that model by driving a machine he built with his own two hands to victory lane at the ‘Steel Palace’ as a part of the Speedway’s 65th annual opening night presented by Mitchell’s Speedway Press and Planet Fitness.
A full-time fabricator and builder for the Hawk Chassis Supermodified shop, Doyle built his own Hawk Small Block Super prior to the 2014 season. After limited success in ’14, Doyle started 2015 off on the right foot, driving from fourth position to the lead on lap ten to claim his third career Pathfinder Bank Small Block Super victory at Oswego.
“This is my racecar,” said Doyle in Turning Stone Resort Casino Victory Lane. “I picked up the tubing for this car with my own two hands, I polished every piece of tubing, I notched every piece of tubing, I cut it, bent it, welded every square inch of it, built the body, everything. I have been waiting for this day for so long. I just won a feature at Oswego Speedway with a car I built with my two hands, I’m ecstatic.”
Defending Small Block Super track champion Andrew Schartner chased Doyle across the line in second with Dave Cliff, Russ Brown, and Mike Bruce finishing the top five positions.
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