OCALA, FL (MARCH 25, 2011) Every racer has a favorite track and it appears that Darrell Lanigan has really taken a “shine” to Ocala Speedway. The 40-year-old Kentucky native emerged victorious for the second time in his second career start at the egg-shaped track, capturing Friday night’s World of Outlaws Late Model Series ‘Sunshine 50.’

“Our car runs pretty good here,” said the modest Lanigan, who won the national tour’s inaugural event at Ocala almost exactly one year ago. “We definitely like coming to this place.”

Continuing his torrid comeback in the wake of missing last month’s WoO LMS season opener at Volusia Speedway Park due to a medical issue, Lanigan scored his second A-Main triumph in a row to join Scott Bloomquist as the tour’s only victors in four 2011 events. He pocketed $10,675 just six days after earning over $20,000 for winning the ‘Cash Cow 100’ at Columbus Speedway.

Lanigan, who started fifth, steered his self-owned Rocket car into third place by the second lap. The 2008 WoO LMS champion drove underneath Josh Richards of West Virginia, for second on lap 13 and made the same move to overtake race-long pacesetter Jonathan Davenport of Georgia, for the lead on lap 18.

The remainder of the distance belonged to Lanigan, who kept Richards at arm’s length and propelled his racecar across the checkered using VP’s proven Late Model Plus blend.

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