WINSTON-SALEM, NC - It only takes a moment for an entire night to change at Bowman Gray Stadium in Winston-Salem, NC, as fortunes reverse at breakneck speed. And that was the case on Saturday for both 25-lappers in the Brad's Golf Cars Modified Series.<br />
Jason Myers of Walnut Cove started out on a high note by qualifying on the pole, barely beating the time of brother Burt Myers.<br />
"I knew it was a decent lap when I ran it, but you're just not sure how good," said Jason.<br />
When the green flag fell, Burt Myers pushed hard on the outside trying to edge around Jason. The #4 car of Jason maintained his inside position but seemed to occasionally slip. For nearly two laps, the two battled side-by-side.<br />
But Jason's night changed in the blink of an eye as he made contact with Burt, sending Jason spinning into the infield.<br />
"Trying to beat Burt, I overdrove it. I was either going to spin out overdriving it or get beat. And I didn't come to get beat
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