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Mother Nature prevented the Full Throttle 100 from taking place on Saturday, September 12 at Citrus County Speedway. Now, there is just as much anticipation ahead of the $10,000-to-win Super Late Model race this Saturday, October 3.
The Full Throttle 100 began in 2017, giving Central Florida drivers a $10,000-to-win Super Late Model race. In recent years, the race has grown in prestige with more drivers making the trip to Inverness, Florida chasing the big money. This year, several standout drivers are expected to compete in the 4thAnnual Full Throttle 100.
Stephen Nasse attempts to continue his strong 2020 season in his home state. The defending Winchester 400 winner finished second in last year’s Full Throttle 100.
Nasse’s chief rival, Bubba Pollard, will also be invading Central Florida for his shot at $10,000. Pollard will be making his first career start at Citrus County Speedway, attempting to score his 11th career victory during his first appearance at a race track.
Two of the three previous Full Throttle 100 winners are currently entered, with defending winner Jesse Dutilly and inaugural race winner Daniel Keene, Jr. looking to add a second Full Throttle trophy to the collection. 2018 winner Wayne Anderson has yet to file an entry, but we could still see the No. 84 at the Inverness, Florida track come race day.
Nick Neri has filed an entry looking to break through for his first Full Throttle 100 win. The Palmetto, FL driver has two runner-ups and a third in the three previous races.
Michael Atwell heads into the Full Throttle 100 as one of the hottest drivers in the state, having won all throughout Florida. One of those wins included his first Citrus County Speedway triumph back in July.
Ice Crusher 150 winner Anthony Sergi will try to double up on major Central Florida Super Late Model races in 2020. His best finish in the Full Throttle 100 was a third in 2018.
Daniel Keene, Jr. won the inaugural Full Throttle 100 back in 2017 over Nick Neri and the late Joe Boyd. Former Snowball Derby champion Wayne Anderson triumphed at his home track in 2018, with Neri once again finishing second. Jesse Dutilly is the defending winner of the event, holding off Stephen Nasse in the final 20 laps one year ago.
Fans unable to attend the race can watch live on Speed51.TV.
-Story by: Zach Evans, Speed51 Content Supervisor – Twitter: @ztevans
-Photo credit: Speed51 Photo