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Dewayne Kiefer, Tyler Ratajczyk, Trey Harris, Lee Stuppy & Anthony Sunshine take wins at Federated Auto Parts Raceway at I-55!

CLICK HERE FOR MORE PHOTOS FROM FEDERATED AUTO PARTS RACEWAY AT I-55! April 28th, 2018 B Modifieds A Feature 1 15 laps | 00:00:00.000 Pos Start Driver Hometown Car 1 2 Trey Harris Hillsboro, MO 316 2 3 Clint Young Ava, IL 42Y 3 1 Kyle Wilde Hillsboro, MO 39 4 4 Travis Bittle Smithton, IL 89T 5 12 Darron Forrest Eureka, MO 23F 6 6 Chuck Goodman Pevely, MO 327 7 7 Troy Medley Pevely, MO 62 8 5 C.J. Springer Damiansville, IL 14 9 14 Kevin Worley Sainte Genevieve, MO 27 10 15 Treb Jacoby Wentzville, MO J82 11 9 Bryan Richards 102 12 8 Stephen Fohne St. Louis, MO 29F 13 13 Jake Seets Brighton, IL 18S 14 11 Josh Russell Festus, MO 70 15 20 Tyler Stadler Arnold, MO 75 16 19 James Lambert 8L 17 18 Joe Chick 00 18 23 Tom Rorabacher Pevely, MO …

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Pittman Goes Back-to-Back with Second Consecutive Win at Federated Auto Parts Raceway at I-55

PEVELY, MO – April 21, 2018 – Daryn Pittman got underneath Sheldon Haudenschild to lead Lap 31 en route to his second consecutive World of Outlaws Craftsman Sprint Car Series win of the weekend and second in a row at Federated Auto Parts Raceway at I-55 in Pevely, MO. Donny Schatz finished in second and long-time race leader Sheldon Haudenschild completed the podium.   Donny Schatz won the Craftsman Club Dash and earned the pole of the 40-lap Feature alongside Ian Madsen. Madsen powered around Schatz to lead the opening circuit of the Feature. Sheldon Haudenschild used every bit of the racing surface to quickly take second from Schatz and begin chasing down Madsen for the lead.   Just as Haudenschild was ready to make a move on Ian Madsen for the lead on the sixth circuit, the caution flew Ian’s older brother, Kerry, who was facing traffic on the …

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Klaasmeyer Wins at Federated Auto Parts Raceway at I-55, Sweeps POWRi Weekend

Pevely, MO – Fresh off a career-first victory at Belle-Clair Speedway the night before, Tucker Klaasmeyer stole the show from Keith Kunz/Curb-Agajanian Motorsports teammate, Logan Seavey, to go two-in-a-row with the POWRi Lucas Oil National Midget League. Starting mid-pack in the 12th position, Klaasmeyer had his work cut out for him. In the opening laps, Zach Daum paced the field from the second position over Logan Seavey as the track stayed hammer-down. As the track widened out and became abrasive, Clauson-Marshall driver Zeb Wise took over the top point on lap 14, just before the halfway mark. 19 laps in the yellow was displayed as Wise lost a left rear tire while the track began to show signs of rubber. Wise was able to get a new tire bolted on during the yellow and re-fired at the tail. Inheriting the lead, Logan Seavey held the top position while Klaasmeyer had …

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