Harrison Wins at Lincoln

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Mike Harrison Wins Lincoln Speedway Make-up Event

 

Equipment Modified Nationals at Lincoln Speedway’s make-up event from it’s July 1 rain out. Harrison started on the outside front row of the event and showed the way around the 1/4 mile Illinois oval towards the checkered flag.

 

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Harrison Take Tour Win 5 at Quincy

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Mike Harrison Take 2018 Tour Win 5 at Quincy Raceways

  

QUINCY,IL— Two nights after his win at Farmer City Speedway(IL), Mike Harrison picked up his 5th Summit Racing Equipment Modified Nationals win of 2018 at Quincy Raceways (IL). The win aided Harrison in stretching the point race between Harrison and Mike McKinney going into the last full week of competition for the 2018 edition of the tour. Harrison now sets 1 win behind McKinney with 8 races remaining.

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Bollinger Survives Challenges to Win Highland

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Ray Bollinger Survives Challenges to Win at Highland Speedway

 

Highland, IL — July 7, 2018 — Ray Bollinger of Kewanee, IL survived challenges from a host of contenders to take home his second win of the 2018 Summit Modified Nationals on Friday at Highland Speedway (IL). The event saw a host of battles for the lead, including a charge from four-time 2018 winner Mike Harrison from the 19th position.

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Harrison Repeats at Farmer City

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Mike Harrison Goes 2 in a Row at Farmer City

 

FARMER CITY, IL— Mike Harrison of Highland, IL took home his 2nd straight Summit Racing Equipment Modified Nationals win in a row with a victory at Farmer City Speedway during night 4 of Independence Week presented by FK Rod Ends. The win marled Harrison’s 4th tour win of 2018.

 

The 4th place starting Harrison beat Mckay Wenger to win the line followed by tour tour regular Ray Bollinger. The win pulls Harrison within striking distance of series win leader Mike McKinney of Plainfield, IL. McKinney finished the night in the 6th position.

 

Jeffrey Ledford finished in the 4th position with Mike Chasteen Jr rounding out the top 5.

 

Feature Finish: Mike Harrison, Mckay Wenger, Ray Bollinger, Jeffrey Ledford, Mike Chasteen Jr, Mike McKinney, Brian Shaw, Phil Dixon, Austin Lynn, Kenny Wallace, Steven Brooks, Tyler Weiss, Logan Moody, Brian Lynn, Donovan Lodge, Troy Dodson, Wil Prater, Jeff Leka, Chavy Miller, Kyle Hammer, Danny Schartz, Randy Shuman, Jeff Sanford

 

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The DIRTcar Summer Nationals and Summit Modified Nationals will travel to Highland Speedway(IL) on July 7th for round 5 of Independence Week presented by FK Rod Ends. Follow the Summit Racing Equipment Modified Nationals on Twitter or Facebook for updates during and between race seasons. The Summit Modified Nationals will be joined by the DIRTcar Summer Nationals as the Summit Racing Equipment Modified Nationals runs parallel to the DIRTcar Summer Nationals. Information on the Summer Nationals can be found thehelltour.com.

Harrison Returns to Victory Lane at Macon

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Mike Harrison Returns to Victory Lane at Macon Speedway

 

MACON, IL— Highland, IL driver Mike Harrison returned to Summit Racing Equipment Modified Nationals victory lane at Macon Speedway during round 3 of Independence Week presented by FK Rod Ends. Harrison scored his 3rd career victory with the 2018 tour by repeating his Macon win from 2017.

 

“ I was doubting this starting 12th but you just have to be patient and keep your knows clean here,” remarked Harrison following the 25 lap feature event.

 

Harrison’s marched to the lead was marked by an incident between race leaders Kenny Wallace of Imperial, MO and Ray Bollinger.

 

“ I don’t know what happened with Ray and Kenny up in front. I passed Kenny following that yellow and they put him back to 2nd. I saw them spinning at that start and not sure how it happened. We really needed this one. It’s been a rough couple of weeks.”

 

Harrison utilized that high side of the track as apposed to the more treacherous low side of the track being used by many.

 

You have to have patience up there. The way this place is the top can kill you. I was picking the right times to make the moves and it paid off.”

 

Following Harrison to the checkered was Kenny Wallace in the 2nd and Crosby, TX driver Phil Dixon in 3rd. David Shain picked up the 4th spot with Rusty Griffaw rounding out the top 5.

 

Feature Finish: Mike Harrison, Kenny Wallace, Phil Dixon, David Shain, Rusty Griffaw, Kyle Hammer, Danny Smith, Tommy Sheppard Jr., Nick Neville, Steven Brooks, Jared Thomas, Curt Rhodes, Zeb Moake, Nick Clubb, Donovan Lodge, Ray Bollinger, Brian Lynn, Levi Kissinger, Tim Hamburg, Jeffrey Ledford, Dustin Golden, Cole Hussong

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The DIRTcar Summer Nationals and Summit Modified Nationals will travel to Farmer City on July 6th for round 4 of Independence Week presented by FK Rod Ends. Follow the Summit Racing Equipment Modified Nationals on Twitter or Facebook for updates during and between race seasons. The Summit Modified Nationals will be joined by the DIRTcar Summer Nationals as the Summit Racing Equipment Modified Nationals runs parallel to the DIRTcar Summer Nationals. Information on the Summer Nationals can be found thehelltour.com.