Jimmy Henderson has secured his first Pro 4 win at Crandon. In the final laps of Saturday’s Pro-4 race, Henderson went door to door with CJ Greaves. Both raced hard but clean. Henderson proved to be just a little faster than Greaves when the checkered flag flew, taking his first career Pro-4 win.
“To get our first pro-four wins, it’s been so hard fought, and everybody knows the adversity we went through,” said Henderson. “but to do it here in Crandon, Wisconsin. At the Big House, to get this first number one means the world to me and means the world to my team.”
The monkey is off of Keegan Kincaid’s back. Kincaid struggled last season. Bad luck also struck him in at the opening rounds in Antigo. Kincaid finally got a Pro-2 victory in front of his hometown crowd. Kincaid has won multiple times at Crandon.
Chad Rayford also continued his momentum in the Pro-Spec class. Just a few weeks ago, Rayford brought home his first ever career victory in the class at Round 2 in Antigo. Rayford stayed out front driving to the checkered flag with ease during Round 3 in Crandon. The win marks a goal for Rayford who has been trying to get a big house victory since he started racing.
In Pro-Lite the story was about Kyle Greaves who had no issues bringing home a victory and continuing his season momentum.