Thomas Takes Plymouth Thriller

A little tap never hurt anyone. A solid tap of a golf ball on a put can be the difference between winning and losing in a round of golf. A swift tap of the mic can reinforce that everything is A-Okay with the audio. A soft tap on the shoulder can gain another person’s attention.

However, a little tap on the rear bumper of Kevin Thomas, Jr.’s ride on the final lap nearly proved disastrous. But the Cullman, Ala. driver gathered himself and kept his composure to run down Robert Ballou in the third turn with a go-for-broke slider that paid off with his second-straight USAC AMSOIL National Sprint Car win Saturday night at Plymouth Speedway.

“Once again, it was kind of beneficial to be behind the leader,” Thomas acknowledged…

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