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May 15, 2004 Results

Pevely, MO (May 15, 2004) Two inches of rain just 24 hours earlier and cool temperatures provided a very fast surface around the high banked I-55 Raceway. A huge field of 122 racecars field the pit area to provide the fast paced action. Twenty-nine U.M.P. (United Midwestern Promoters) Late Model were on hand and Randy Korte of Highland, IL found the right combination and simply dominated the feature event. Korte led every lap and would pull away to a comfortable lead after each restart. The event was plagued with several cautions allowing only twelve of the original twenty-four starters to finish the event. Two starters failed to take the green on the original start, John Lansford broke on the pace lap and Roger Brickler lost a right rear tire on the pace, although he would return back to the event after missing the first few laps. Mark Voigt was on …

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May 8, 2004 Results

Pevely, MO (May 8, 2004) After bad weather had postponed the action for previous two weeks at I-55 Raceway, 109 racecars filled the pit area on a beautiful evening. Justin Allgaier sat on the pole for the feature event in the U.M.P. (United Midwestern Promoters) Late Model division after winning his heat and the dash. Allgaier jumped out into the lead on the opening lap, but his turn up front would be short lived as Kenny Helmick moved under Allgaier and took the lead on lap two. Allgaier fought back and regained the lead only to see Ed Dixon drive right down the middle between Allgaier and Helmick to take the lead coming out of turn four on the fourth lap. Dixon would power away to a huge lead as the race went caution free for the first nineteen laps. Matt Taylor moved up to fight with Allgaier for the …

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April 17, 2004 Results

Dollansky Leads Flag-to-Flag in I-55 Victory By Richard Day PEVELY, MO (April 17) – Craig Dollansky’s roller coaster season took an upward turn Saturday at I-55 Raceway. “The Crowd Pleaser,” who suffered ankle injuries at Manzanita Speedway in February and lost the lead when he crashed with a lapped car Friday, dominated Saturday’s World of Outlaws Sprint Series “A” Feature at I-55 Raceway. “This definitely helps,” Dollansky said after leading all 40 laps in the main event. “We had the fastest car last night before we got taken out by a lapped car. I think that with D.J. Lindsey and Rod Fauver I’ve got the best crew I’ve ever had, and they gave me a great racecar all night. Along with everyone else who makes this happen: Scott Boyd, VMAC, Hoosier tires, Charlie Garrett engines, and Maxim Chassis.” The $10,000 victory, Dollansky’s first of the season, pushed him from 10th …

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