The indoor midget race in Tulsa, Oklahoma, once again attracted the likes of Tony Stewart and Kasey Kahne after they got done with preseason testing at Daytona, but it was Swindell who dominated the show from the front row, becoming the first driver to win four straight Chili Bowls.
Heck, he was the first driver to win consecutive Chili Bowls. His dad Sammy, who has five titles to his credit, finished second.
As for Stewart and Kahne, they weren't so lucky. Stewart finished a lap down in 15th after starting 12th in Saturday night's A-Main. Kahne didn't make the A-Main and neither did Justin Allgaier.
Kyle Larson, a development driver for Earnhardt-Ganassi Racing who has made four starts in the Camping World Truck Series last year and won the K&N East title, might have been Kevin Swindell's biggest challenger. However after spinning out as the two were battling for the lead early in the race on lap 18, Larson's night ended after another caution.
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