The 2012 season at Oswego Speedway has been one of change for Mark Castiglia. The Oswego driver came into the year with a brand new race car, new number, and a new outlook.
In doing so, he managed to pull into Chris Nelson Insurance Victory Lane on Saturday night for the second time in 2012 at Oswego Speedway in the Pathfinder Bank SBS division.
Castiglia muscled the point away from long-time leader Andrew Schartner on lap 26 of the 35-lap battle and would then have to hold off garage mate Rob Pullen in the closing stages for the big win.
Kreig Heroth, Mike Bond, and Schartner completed the Top 5 order at the conclusion of the SBS main event.
“Andrew (Schartner) and I had quite the battle,” said Castiglia. “I got into him a little bit, I apologize for that, but we were slugging it out there for a couple laps and I finally got by him.
“I knew Robby (Pullen) was behind me, I felt him a couples times, and saw him high there and I was just trying to make laps. The car was pretty loose tonight, but I held on.”