SCARBOROUGH, Maine – Scott Mulkern of Falmouth, Maine, finished 30th in the season-opening PASS North Series SouthernMaineMotors.com 150 at Beech Ridge Motor Speedway in Scarborough, Maine, on Saturday, May 5. Mulkern absorbed a hard it into the frontstretch wall just past the halfway mark of the event to end his day early. He qualified the Mulkern Racing No. 84 SouthernMaineMotors.com/Community Pharmacies Chevrolet in the 14th position and had climbed as high as sixth at the time of his accident.
WHO: Scott Mulkern, Falmouth, Maine
TEAM: Mulkern Racing No. 84 SouthernMaineMotors.com/CommunityPharmacies Chevrolet
WHAT: PASS North Series SouthernMaineMotors.com 150
WHERE: Beech Ridge Motor Speedway, Scarborough, Maine (.375-mile oval)
CURRENT POINTS POSITION: 30th
SCOTT, WHAT HAPPENED TO TAKE YOU OUT OF THE RACE?
“I looped it, and it went into the wall.
“It just flipped around on me. I don't know. Something felt weird. I asked (Mulkern Racing crew chief Gary Crooks), 'Do I always have that much caster?' Something felt funky. I might just be getting old – I don't know.”
DID YOU HAVE ANY INDICATION SOMETHING WAS WRONG?
“No, and it wasn't too bad, actually. It was pretty good. But I got loose twice today in practice, and once I almost crashed and another time I just spun off the turn in the dirt.”
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