“We’re going to have a ton of confidence,” Hill said.
Creed and Tyler Dippel followed Hill, leaving them out of the eight-driver field . Both had a shot to earn a spot in the playoffs with a win at MIS. Creed came close, finishing just 0.125 seconds behind Hill.
“I knew the 18 (Creed) was going to be desperate for a win,” Hill said.
Hill was out front when the race resumed with two laps left following a nine-car crash and didn’t relinquish the lead.
“This is a big relief for us as a group,” crew chief Scott Zipadelli said.
Enfinger finished seventh in the Corrigan Oil 200 and sealed the regular season title.