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Montevideo American-News - Montevideo, MN
  • Brian Haben wins second straight WISSOTA Midwest Mod feature

  • Week two was another crazy Friday night at Fiesta City Speedway.


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  • Week two was another crazy Friday night at Fiesta City Speedway.
    Shane Kruger took the lead from the pole position to start the Pure Stock feature. Kyle Jacobson took the lead from Kruger with three laps to go to get the win.
    Tyler Larson led the WISSOTA Mod 4 from flag-to-flag for his first win of the season.  
    Justin Tammen held off Ben Albertson and Mike Jans to win the WISSOTA Street Stock feature.
    Mike Peterson held off Cory Tammen to win the WISSOTA Super Stock feature.
    Ryan Schmitt took the lead to start the WISSOTA Midwest Modified feature.  Halfway through the race, Matt Suckow’s car came to a stop on the back straightaway. The driveshaft on his car broke and hit him on the ankle. Suckow was taken to the hospital as a precaution.  When the racing resumed, Todd Berg’s car was involved in a wreck in turn one and rolled over. Brian Haben took the lead with six laps to go and went on to win his second straight feature.
    Nate Beyenhof led all 18 laps of the WISSOTA Late Model feature for his first win of the season.
    Friday is Veterans Recog­nition Night, sponsored by:  Olsen Plumbing & Heating, Peters Construction, Schom­mer’s Family Restaurant and KDUZ Radio. Races start at 7 p.m.
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