Wilson Captures Most Feature Victories in Eight Years

BENTON RIDGE, Ohio — Greg Wilson earned four feature triumphs during the 2022 season.

The four victories were the most Wilson has recorded in a single season since 2014.

“It was great to get back to Victory Lane a few times this year,” Wilson said. “Success is often measured by wins. We’ve had years of picking up more than four wins and years where we’ve struggled to find Victory Lane. I think that helps you to appreciate when you are able to win multiple times in a season. It’s definitely tough these days and the competition is as good as it has probably ever been so it means a lot to win.”

Wilson guided the Seeling Motorsports No. 97 to victories at Fremont Speedway on April 23, June 25, Sept. 10 and Oct. 1. The four triumphs were tied for the most of any 410ci winged sprint car driver at the track this season and it pushes Wilson’s career victory total at Fremont to 17 wins.

“Fremont Speedway has always been a special track to me and it’s a place where I have a lot of laps,” Wilson said. “There’s a ton of memories racing there and I feel fortunate we were able to add to that this year.”

Wilson also captured two top fives and nine top tens during limited races with the Tezos All Star Circuit of Champions, and he garnered a top ten with the World of Outlaws NOS Energy Drink Sprint Car Series.

“We didn’t get to race as often with the All Stars and World of Outlaws as we would have liked so it was nice to get a couple of nice results,” Wilson said. “We had some hard charges that were just outside the top 10 after starting near the back of the field. I’ve said for a long time if we can get in the show that’s where we’ll be our best, but qualifying is such a critical part of setting up a successful night you can be buried without much of a chance of making the show if you don’t do well at the beginning of a race night. I feel like we showed some improvement in qualifying with room to grow.”

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