Winning the best medicine for Kent at Creek County

By John Rittenoure KELLYVILLE, Okla. (April 23, 2022) – Win or lose, Johnny Kent has had better days behind the wheel of a sprint car.  It was all Kent could do to climb behind the wheel of his IMCA RaceSaver Sprint Car for Saturday’s AmeriFlex/Oil Capital Racing Series feature at Creek County Speedway. Apparently his lunch did not agree with him.   “Yes, we did not feel good for sure,” said Kent after winning Saturday’s 30-lap feature. “I had some bad pizza for lunch apparently and I spent the evening being sick.” Despite not feeling 100 percent Kent went the distance to become the sixth different winner this season.  Kent started on the pole after scheduled front row starter Noah Harris was late for the lineup and started on the rear.  “We got a break with Noah (Harris) having issues and started on the pole,” Kent said.  “Car was great, just knew we had to hold them off on the restarts. You can’t give those guys that many shots at you, but it worked out and [Read More]