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Harrison Conquers La Salle Speedway for Fourth DIRTcar Summit Racing Equipment Modified Nationals Victory of the Season

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[xyz-ihs snippet="Horizontal-Google-Banner-Series"] LA SALLE, Ill. - July 2, 2015 - Mike Harrison earned his fourth DIRTcar Summit Racing Equipment Modified Nationals victory of the season on Thursday night at La Salle Speedway. Harrison, who is attempting to win his fourth series championship, started on the outside of the front row and worked the high groove with near perfection as the battle behind him was intense. While Harrison was in charge out front, the top five shook out with Steven Brooks, Jacob Poel, Ray Bollinger and Kenny Wallace. "I just got my little baby motor in here," said Harrison, who is…

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Simpson Surges to DIRTcar Summer Nationals Win at La Salle Speedway

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[xyz-ihs snippet="Horizontal-Google-Banner-Series"] LA SALLE, Ill. - July 2, 2015 - Chris Simpson charged from fourth to victory on Thursday night at La Salle Speedway to earn the second DIRTcar Summer Nationals win of his career. Simpson, of Oxford, Iowa, stalked Jason Feger for the first half of the race and eventually surged to the lead in traffic on lap 29 then powered the remaining 11 laps to the $5,000 checkered flag. "We've had a rough start to the year so it feels good," said Simpson, who is only a week removed from a fire in his car during a heat…

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Gilpin Dominates DIRTcar Summit Racing Equipment Modified Nationals Main Event at Indiana’s Daugherty Speedway

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BOSWELL, Ind. - July 1, 2015 - Devin Gilpin powered to his second DIRTcar Summit Racing Equipment Modified Nationals victory of the season, winning Wednesday night at Daugherty Speedway. Gilpin, of Columbus, Ind., is the three-time and defending DIRTcar UMP Modified national champion and showed why he’s been so successful on Wednesday night. He jumped out to the lead in the first corner, survived two restarts, and never looked back en route to winning the 25-lapper worth $1,000. "I knew I wanted to get to the top, I just wanted to make a good start and get to the top…

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