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I learned to race dirt at Volusia because I raced seven nights a week." Reminiscing about the old days at Volusia Speedway Park, Wallace recalls many of the characteristics of the ever-changing facility. Ian Madsen and 10th-starting Dave Blaney completed the podium. "Back in 1991 it had about the same amount of grandstands. But what I remember most was that it was on national TV. The 2017 IRA Champion, Bill Balog, grabbed the early lead from fellow front row starter, Ian Madsen.
You know it's going to be there every year." In fact, original track owner Benny Corbin had two stipulations when he sold Volusia Speedway Park in 1982: that he be allowed to maintain it and that the marquee events, including DIRTcar Nationals, would continue to run; and so it has been. Gravel edged fellow front row starter Brad Sweet down the backstretch on the opening lap. But Corbin, true to his dirt roots, created a 3/8-mile dirt oval (now a go-kart track) on the adjacent property. "I'm glad I was able to put this car where it belongs. From 1989 to 1992 Volusia Speedway Park predominantly hosted NASCAR-sanctioned races - sometimes combining asphalt and dirt racing in the same weekend. It is an absolute joy to drive every night." Schatz settled for second with Sweet completing the podium. Not a lot of people can claim wins in Indy Car, NASCAR, IMSA, the Baja 1000 and Paris-Dakar, but Robby Gordon can.Largely considered one of the most naturally gifted racers in the history of the sport, Robby’s place among the greats is unquestioned, with a fiery personality off-the-track playing a perfect match to his talent on the track.
Corbin, a Korean War veteran, first found refuge in motorsports as a racer, driving Sprint Cars and Midgets in Indiana. Sweet went for the lead with a slide job into turn three and made contact with Gravel at the exit of turn four, ending the CJB No.5's evening.