Chad Sandlin captured the $10,000 win on Friday at the Texas Triple Tens.
ENNIS – The first Texas Triple Tens big money bracket race of the season raced into action on Thursday. While Thursday was mostly reserved for parking, a Practice Tree race was added to the schedule.
The Texas Triple Tens is a four race big money bracket racing series, from promoter Cody Pollage, hosted at the Texas Motorplex in 2019.
Practice Tree Race Results
The Practice Tree race provided racers a chance relax and socialize prior to the three $10K main events.
The winner of the Practice Tree race was none other than Lucas Walker. Lucas defeated John Leibham in the final round.
After a long haul from Kentucky, Walker started the weekend off right.
Friday $10K Main Event
Friday was the start of the main event which includes three days of $10,000 to win bracket races over the weekend.
After some fun during the Practice Tree race, competitors put on their game face and moved into big money bracket racing mode.
Quarterfinal action saw Bob Henry defeat Chris Jones, Casey Swift take down Hunter Patton, and Chad Sandlin move past Jeremy Maples.
Sandlin threw down a .000 package in his quarterfinals win. Trip zip at the tree and dead zero to his 6.27 dial.
Bob Henry defeated Casey Swift in the semifinals after Swift ran under by -.044. Courtesy of his perfect reaction in the previous round, Chad Sandlin earned the bye run to the final round.
In the final round, Henry let go -.001 too early handing the $10K win to Sandlin.
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