By Jordan Kuehne
LOVES PARK, Ill. (Sunday, October 24th, 2010) – It was only fitting that the final event of the 2010 season at the Rockford Speedway drew the biggest car count for a single race all year, as 152 cars, minivans, and trucks spilled onto the quarter-mile oval to tackle the 30th annual ‘Goblin 250’ enduro. After 150 laps of carnage and traffic jams all over the high banks, Dale Markham steadily worked his way to the front, grabbing the lead on lap 173 after relative TJ Markham fell out of the top spot with a flat tire. Markham never looked back from there, holding off Matt Arvia and surviving the battle of attrition to collect the hardware.
This article was posted to the website on October 25th, 2010
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