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06/13/15 FIRST HALF POINTS SECURED STILL LOTS OF OPPORTUNITY FOR THE REST

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06/13/15

FIRST HALF POINTS SECURED

STILL LOTS OF OPPORTUNITY FOR THE REST

          The first half of the points race for the 2015 season is officially finished but there is plenty of opportunity for those who have not yet secured a spot on the bracket finals team to grab a place. With nine races completed there are four positions clinched in Super Pro and Pro and a pair guaranteed in the Street bracket. Bikes and sleds compete over the entire season for their seeding at the finals.

          Super Pro featured a tight contest for the top spot right up to this last race of the stretch. Todd Martin held a slight lead going into the race but did not make an appearance and that opened the door for Jason Wilson to step up and nail down the number one position. Wilson did it in style as he marched through the eliminations and ultimately won the bracket. His RED entry sent Wayne Rudy packing in the quarters as James Arata’s Mustang handled the Camaro of John Tesori and Greg Georges got the better of Robbie Boyd. With his QF finish Boyd landed in the third points position after all was tallied up. Wilson then won a close race with Arata in the SF, 6.44, 150 to8.33 and 123. After Georges soloed he put his Camaro up against the dragster and even took a hundredth of a second on the line. But the tale of the calculator favored Wilson who picked up his third victory in five trips to the final when he ran under his dial by a smaller margin to put on the light with a 6.42 and 158.63. Georges was further under his number as he ripped off a 7.42, 141.80.

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06/06/15 LORISH AND MORGAN FIRST IN S/P, PRO KELLY NABS FIRST STREET STEPHENS RUNS UP ANOTHER BIKE WIN

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06/06/15

LORISH AND MORGAN FIRST IN S/P, PRO

KELLY NABS FIRST STREET

STEPHENS RUNS UP ANOTHER BIKE WIN

          Scott Lorish collected his first of the season Super Pro victory this weekend with a final round take down of Dave Hebig. Hebig, appearing in his second final contest put up a valiant effort but ended up on the short end of the math. Meantime, Walt Morgan’s return to the Pro bracket earned his initial title for the year when he got the better of Craig Sonderfan, who was looking for his second appearance in the winner’s circle. Doug Kelly proved better than Bill Hakucsa in the Street decider and Barry Stephens rolled along on his way to a fifth victory in eight races so far.

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