Abreu took the lead for good with 10 laps to go on Saturday night. A total of 344 entries began the week in Tulsa and a series of races throughout the week trimmed the field to 20 for the final.
It took Abreu 45 laps to assume the lead, but once he completed the pass on Bryan Clauson, he never looked back and led the final 10 circuits.
This was his second consecutive victory in the Chili Bowl Nationals on Saturday night at the Tulsa Expo Center in Tulsa, Oklahoma.
With the win, Abreu becomes just the second driver to go back to back in the prestigious Midget event, joining Kevin Swindell who collected four Golden Driller trophies in a row from 2010-2013.
Abreo MIdget is powered by a Speedway Engine Development TRD engine using the EFI Technology R1i Ignition.
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