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posted June 24, 2001 04:59 PM UIN: 16262997
Quincy MI (June 23, 2001) - Randy Patton jumped out to the early lead in the Street Stock 20 lap feature. Patton lead the first 12 laps before Eric Wilson worked his way through the pack from his 13th starting position to take the lead on lap 13. Wilson was unchallenged the remainder of the race and went on to take his second consecutive feature over Patton, Marty French, Justin VanWyck, Don Kittle, Bob Loveland was sixth, Jeff Beaty seventh, Jeff Wadsworth eight, Steve Kidney ninth and Chuck Ewing rounded out the top 10.

Mark Budd, French, John Kulikowski and Wilson took the heat races with Rusty Schlenk and Wadsworth winning the B Mains.

Mike Rogers took the early point in the Late Model 25 lap feature and led the first laps 22 laps before Adrian Michiganís George Lindsey was finally able to make the pass after pressuring Rogers throughout the race. Lindsey took the feature win over Tim Wilber, Rogers, Darren Kane, Linc Stevens, Jeff Pember, Bentley Shaw, Terry Sroufe, Rod Patterson and Glenn Bradley rounded out the top 10.

Heat races went to Randy Archer, Sroufe and Pember with Stevens taking the B Main.

Mark Aldrich started on the outside of the front row and jumped out to the early race lead before Mark Stemen motored around high in turn four on lap 22 of the 25 lap event. Stemen took the feature win over Aldrich, Ken Mackey, Charlie Baker, Chad Blonde, Bob Thoms, Daryl Schaffer, Mike Schumaker, Mike Stemler and Keith Love rounded out the top 10.

Sprint heats went to Mark Stemen, Charlie Baker and Greg Wheeler. Roger Spieth took the B Main.

Be sure to join us next Saturday night as we host the Butler Millennium 2001 Street Stock special paying $2100 to the winner. There will also be an appearance by Speedo The Clown and free admission for children 12 and under. Also mark your calendar for Wednesday July 4th as we host a huge fireworks display with the Quincy Activities Group plus free admission for children 12 and under plus a big 3 in one show with the Sprints, Late Models and Street Stocks. For more information visit us on the web at

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