After a busy week at Mid America Outdoors, Ultra4 racers finally got their chance to race through dense woods at the Visions event. Visions was the second national event on the Ultra4 schedule and fourth event this year for series competitors to bank season points. Visions was important for racers because it paid double points. While the course was relatively short, racers had to contend with tight turns, large trees and muddy conditions for two hours plus one lap.
Paul Wolff started on the pole position after Wednesday’s qualifying session in the premiere 4400 class. When the green flag dropped, Wolff launched through the woods and never looked back. Less than halfway through the race, Wolff had already found himself picking his way through lap traffic. Wolff continued on a mission taking the checkered flag just two hours later followed by Brian Crofts and Vaughn Gittin Jr. Bad luck struck Loren Healy again. Healy bent a driveshaft going up a rock hill on the course ending his day.
Over in the Everyman Challenge category, Jeremy Jones finished ahead of the pack in the 4800 legends class. Cody St Clair also finished in the top podium spot in the 4500 modified class. The 4600 stock vehicles ran Thursday afternoon at Visions. Sergio Pinellas claimed that victory.
The Famous Reading Rumble in Pottsville, Pennsylvania is the next event on the Ultra4 racing schedule to be held July 27th-30th.