Lee Pulliam extended his history-making winning streak to seven at Motor Mile Speedway on Sunday night.

Pulliam’s win tied him with Philip Morris for the most consecutive wins in a single season (six) and the three-time and defending Motor Mile Speedway track champion added to his points lead over second place finisher Matt Bowling.

“Any time you can tie a record with Philip Morris, that’s pretty special,” Pulliam said in victory lane after his victory.  “He’s one of the hardest racers I’ve raced against in my entire life.  I hate to admit it but he taught me a lot about how to drive and where to run.  We had some fierce battles but it all made me a better racecar drive.  Unbelievable.  Can’t thank everyone enough.”

Pulliam’s victory also helps him gain points on New England driver Keith Rocco in the chase for the 2015 NASCAR Whelen All-American Series national championship.

Bowling muscled his way past Sellers Racing driver Juan Garcia to take over the second position – the same spot he finished in the first race.

“[Pulliam] was too stout,” Bowling said.  “We were tighter than in the first race.  Everyone just fell off and helped us out.  Wasn’t bad but we’ve got to get a whole lot better.”

Josh Berry rounded out the evening’s encore by finishing where he finished in the first race as well by passing Garcia on the last lap of the race to finish third.

“Definitely had to earn it there at the end,” Berry remarked.  “We missed it a little bit in the first race.  I thought we were in the hunt, Matt got into me.  He owed me one so I’ll take that.  It was hard racing with Garcia.  He did a good job holding on.  We got together and I was on the better end.”

The race was not without incident.  Justin Johnson, who had a strong run going, was taken out of the race after an incident with Derrick Lancaster.  Mike Looney, in seemingly typical bad luck fashion, had nowhere to go when the two got together and was also taken out.

The top three finishers were the same as in the first race.  In both races, Pulliam had to start in the sixth position in accordance with track rules because of his wins in every other race so far this season.