Mike McKinney Unstoppable at LaSalle

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McKinney Takes 5th Win of 2018 at LaSalle

 

LASALLE, IL — June 28, 2018 — Mike McKinney lead every lap of LaSalle Speedway’s Summit Racing Equipment Modified Nationals feature event on his path to win #5 in 2018. After jumping to an early lead, McKinney held off Lake Village, IN’s Jamie Lomax and Imperial, MO’s Kenny Wallace for the $1,500 victory.  

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Bollinger Holds Off Wallace for Spoon River Win

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Ray Bollinger Holds Off Wallace for Spoon River Win

 

CANTON, IL — June 25, 2018 — Ray Bollinger of Kewanee, IL took home his 1st Summit Racing Equipment Modified Nationals event win of the 2018 season. Bollinger grabbed the early lead from the outside front row and was able to hold off charges by Imperial, MO driver Kenny Wallace. 

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Tri-State Ends in Rain

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Tri-State Speedway Ends in Rain

 

The Summit Racing Equipment Modified Nationals event at Tri-State Speedway in Haubstadt, IN has ended in rain. The rain began shortly after the DIRTcar Summer Nationals feature event.

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Unstoppable McKinney Wins Fairbury

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Unstoppable Mike McKinney Wins at Fairbury American Legion Speedway

 

FAIRBURY, IL — June 23, 2018 — Coming off a spectacular Northern Kick Off Week some people had there doubts on Mike McKinney’s dominance. Those doubts were laid to rest at Fairbury American Legion Speedway on Saturday night. McKinney fended off all challengers to bring home his 4th Summit Racing Equipment Modified Nationals win this season.

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Weisser Tops Lee in Tri-City Thriller

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Weisser Tops Lee in Tri-City Photo Finish 

GRANITE CITY, IL — Allen Weisser of Peoria, IL brought the house to its feet Friday night at Tri-City Speedway. Weisser bested Lucas Lee of Paris, TN by little more than inches. Following the race there was confusion over who had actually won the 25-lap $1,000-to-win event.

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