Aaron Fields started the 2012 racing season driving a different car, and he won two races and finished third in another.
But then, the deal with the team fell through, and he was in search of a ride. At that point, the idea of capturing his second Brownstown Speedway track championship in the Bombers division in three years didn’t even enter his mind.
Race by race, though, Fields gained enough points to finish with 915 and win the track championship.
“What was awesome about this year was I didn’t even race my own car (at the beginning of the year),” said Fields, 31, of Seymour. “I was just driving for a guy because I wanted to race a little bit, and I wanted to help him out.
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