Kloos and Hoffman post victories at Highland

News-DemocratJuly 25, 2013 

It was an action-packed night Saturday at Highland Speedway, with the UMP Late Models, UMP Steve Schmitt Modifieds, UMP Miller Lite Crates, UMP B-Dry Solutions SportMods, and the UMP Hamel Coop Street Stocks, 100 cars ready to race.

The UMP Late Models had a full field of 19 cars. Michael Kloos took the checkered flag, with Chad Zobrist and Rick Salter not far behind.

The UMP Steve Schmitt Modifieds had 27 cars. Dean Hoffman took first place in the UMP Steve Schmitt Modified Feature, followed by Brian Bielong and Mike Harrison not far behind.

The UMP Miller Lite Crates returned to Highland Speedway with 12 cars. Mark Oller won the feature, with Chad Zobrist and Bobby Martintoni in second and third, respectively.

The UMP B-Dry Solutions SportMods had 23 cars. Rob Lee took first place in the feature; Billy Knebel Jr. was second and Jeremy Thoele was third.

The UMP Hamel Coop Street Stocks had 19 cars. Tony Walker won the feature, followed by Austin Isaak and Robbie Bindrim.

I-55 Raceway

A rain shower could not shut down the action Saturday at Federated Auto Parts Raceway at I-55.

In the UMP Late Model division, there were 20 cars ready to race. Randy Korte led all 25 laps to take his second feature win of the year. He was followed by Tim Manville, Rickey Frankel, Brent Kreke and Mark Voigt.

In the UMP Modified class, there were 31 cars trying to make the feature. Matt Mevert led all 20 laps to take the win. He was followed by Michael Long, Dave Shepard, Rusty Griffaw and Conrad Miner to complete the top five.

Saturday is fan appreciate night with admission just $6.

Belle-Clair Speedway

Races were rained out Friday in Belleville.

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