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Chilly Willy 2022: Takeaways from Day 2 at Tucson Speedway

Saturday brought another action-packed day and evening of racing in the 2022 Chilly Willy at Arizona’s Tucson Speedway. Only Sunday’s finale remains on the schedule.

Four classes of cars — Super Late Models, Pro Stocks, Legends and Legends / Pro & Masters — took to the 0.375-mile oval Saturday.

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All Chilly Willy action, including Sunday’s main event, the Super Late Models Chilly Willy 150, can be viewed live on FloRacing.

Below are the takeaways from Saturday’s racing.

  • Brett Yackey of Greeley, Colorado, and Blaine Rocha of Oakdale, California, emerged as the two feature winners in the Super Late Models division Saturday night. Yackey’s win came in stunning fashion, as he drove from fifth to first in 50 laps after qualifying ninth. Rocha started second in his feature after qualifying eighth.
  • Ron Norman, Dustin Ash, Edward Vecchiarelli and Buddy Sheppard rounded out the top five in the Super Late Models A Feature 1. Ross Strmiska, Rudy Vanderwal, Tyler Tanner and Bruce Yackey completed the top five in the Super Late Models A Feature 2.
  • Ron Searle Jr. and Don Geary qualified first and second, respectively, in the Pro Stocks division Saturday. But that order flipped in the feature, as Geary was able to pass Searle for the win. Barry Levitt, Brian O’Brien and Richard Dorman rounded out the top five in the Pro Stocks feature race.
  • Ethan Nascimento of Manteca, California, had himself a day in the Legends division Saturday. He qualified first and went on to win the feature race. Sean Hingorani, Cody Brown, Bryceton Meyer and Chasen Groff completed the top five in the Legends feature.
  • Like Nascimento did in the Legends division, Jake Bohlman of Huntington Beach, California, swept the day in the Legends / Pro & Masters division Saturday. He both qualified first and won the feature race. Jaron Giannini, Jordan Holloway, Brandon Giannini and Levie Jones rounded out the top five in that division’s feature.

The 2022 Chilly Willy comes to a close Sunday. Racing starts at 3 p.m. ET / 1 p.m. MT and can be viewed live on FloRacing.