Fike born December 29, is an American professional racing driver. Fike won the United States Auto Club USAC Midget Car rookie of the year title  and his younger brother Aaron Fike won the award the following season making them the first brothers to win the award in back to back seasons. He finished tenth in the Indianapolis Speedrome midget points in Fike also posted three top Silver Crown finishes in 5 starts in
Support Injured Drivers With Raceinet. Former Chili Bowl champion Hatton pressured Leffler over the final rounds, but was unable to mount a charge and settled for a close second place finish. While Leffler lined up eighth in the car starting grid after racing from eighth to third in the second of ten heat races, it was two-time National Midget Driver of the Year Aaron Fike and Chili Bowl champion Donnie Beechler who led the feature field to the green flag. Fike, who blasted from sixth to win the fifth heat race, outgunned Beechler for the early lead, with David Camfield, Jr. Leffler raced past Camfield for second the next time around then took command from Fike in turns three and four on the ninth round. Leffler led Fike, Hatton, Beechler, Hines and Camfield on the restart, while Chili Bowl winner Stewart had moved into seventh after starting eleventh. After a brief stoppage a lap later, Leffler set the pace the rest of the way.
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Kruseman fought off National Midget Driver of the Year Aaron Fike in the early going, then survived a pair of late cautions to secure the victory in the third and final night of qualifying action at the 17th Annual Chili Bowl Nationals. Fike kept the pressure on Kruseman in the opening rounds, as the pair gradually built an advantage over Mike Hess, fifth-starter Stewart and Don Droud, Jr. Lapped traffic came into play on the 15th round, with Kruseman holding more than a half straightaway advantage over Stewart. Kruseman worked his way through traffic masterfully until action was interrupted for a lap 18 flip down the frontstretch by Donnie Lehmann.
Hines, from New Castle, IN, provided the excitement in the second 25 by charging from 25th grid position to finish sixth, 5. Hines passed three cars on the first lap and he passed seven cars by the end of lap four. However, his car spun to a halt low in the second turn on lap five after being pinched off by another car in traffic.