Unmuffled Quickcast: Nick Anglace, Embracing The Bad Boy Image At Stafford Speedway

STAFFORD – On Friday May 24 the big story at Stafford Speedway was Cory DiMatteo winning for the third consecutive week in the SK Modified division, but it could be argued that the story that stirred the emotions most for people in the pits and the grandstand was the one involving Nick Anglace and Meg Fuller on the final lap of the Monaco Ford SK Light Double Down feature.

It was on that final lap Anglace made a diving move under Fuller for the lead in turn three. The end result was Fuller getting up the track and spinning while Anglace drove the checkered flag. Boo’s rained down on Anglace from the grandstands as he celebrated in victory lane. A little while after the feature, while Anglace was parked on the scales in the track tech area, he was told he was being disqualified from the victory for over aggressive driving.

We caught up with Anglace tonight to go back over what happened last Friday and talk about his embracing of being the bad guy that fans love to hate in the SK Light division at Stafford. 

“The thing that really sticks with me is when I won my two races in 2021 I got out and I could hear the amount the amount of claps that were in the stands,” Anglace said. “It was maybe five or six claps. I was like ‘These people don’t even know who I am.’ Now I get out and I don’t care that the entire grandstand was booing me last week. They remembered my name when they went home that night. They talked about me for the next week. They talked about the SK Light division as a whole for the next week. And I don’t feel like we would have had that if there wasn’t that ending.” 

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