The Chili Bowl Midget Nationals is in many cases the largest gathering of dirt track racers at any one point during the year, and as the masses have flocked to Tulsa, Oklahoma this week one Angola, Indiana driver is hoping to come out on top.
Racing for the dirt racing power house, Keith Kunz Motorsports team Zeb Wise hopes to capitalize on while racing for the team that are annual favorites in the event, as the team helped Oklahoma native, now NASCAR Cup star Christopher Bell to victory on more than one occurrence.
Wise will begin his road to the "Golden Driller" trophy tonight as he takes part in his qualifying night with hopes of earning a spot in the 24-car Main Event which takes place on Saturday.
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