Tyson Out Early in Evergreen Main Event
(May 18, 2014)- After winning the heat race earlier in the day, Kyle Harvell started from the pole and led the Late Model field to the drop of the green in the 30-lap feature. As the field entered turn one, something appeared to break on Mark Tysonís car and he drifted up the track and into Steve Shultz. With nowhere to go, Geno Steigerwalt was also collected and towed by to the pit area, along with Tyson. Shultz headed to the pits for repairs and rejoined the event.
   Green flag racing resumed and Harvell stayed out front. With seven laps completed Shultz, Paul Koehler, Jr, Jake Nemeth and Josh Oswald pursued him. However, the action slowed on lap 13 when Koehler spun in turn two.
  Following the restart, Shultz began to apply pressure on Harvell. After getting the leader sideways on a few occasions, Shultz took the top spot on lap 18. Two laps later Harvell applied a little pressure of his own to Shultz and took him around as the raced through turns three and four on lap 20. The change of events gave the lead to Koehler.
  As the laps wound down Shultz moved back into second, followed by Harvell. Prior to entering turn three on the final circuit, Shultz and Koehler tangled. Shultz came out of turn four and took the checkers first but was penalized two positions for rough riding, along with Koehler.
  Harvell, who crossed the stripe in second, was awarded the win, which was his second of the season. Nemeth finished second in his first Evergreen start, followed by Shultz, Koehler and Oswald.
  Following an action packed Late Model event a two position penalty to the driver that took the checkers first. The end result was a win for Kyle Harvell of New York, NY.
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