“I put the kitchen sink to it but I came up short,” House said. “I ran a 6.285 and he had a 6.26 flat, and even though I got a little head start to make it more interesting, he was able to track me down. I just needed a tad more in the tune-up or for him to screw up just a little bit. Either way, it was a good race. I didn’t see him ’til the end.”
“I struggled a little bit across the weekend but I came back around today so I’m pretty happy,” House said. “This is the third time I’ve been to Pomona and I’ve been to two finals and a semifinal so I really can’t complain too much. Still, as a racer you always want to win and I especially wanted to get one for Tommy Thompson (sponsor) and Magic Dry.