A victory in the Fall Brawl at Hickory Motor Speedway on Saturday night completed a dream week for Coleman Pressley that included winning the NASCAR Cup Series championship last weekend at Phoenix Raceway and returning to Victory Lane as a driver for the first time in a decade just six days later.
Pressley, who spots for Joey Logano and the No. 22 Penske team on Sundays, actually had his driver in his ear for the victory at the Birthplace of the NASCAR Stars.
To his point, following a burnout on the frontstretch, the 34-year-old was joined by his family and young kids who had never experienced his career winning in Late Model Stocks across the Mid-Atlantic, a tenure that largely occurred well over a decade ago.
They were joined in the sea of humanity in Victory Lane by Robert Pressley, who had seen it all following his own extensive career winning at NASCAR‘s highest levels.
— Racing America —