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2023 brings new ownership and exciting changes!

2023 brings new ownership and exciting changes!

2023 is going to be an exciting season for Park Jefferson Speedway. Check back here often for updates to the venue and an upcoming schedule!

2023 brings new ownership and exciting changes!

2023 brings new ownership and exciting changes!

2023 is going to be an exciting season for Park Jefferson Speedway. Check back here often for updates to the venue and an upcoming schedule!

2023 brings new ownership and exciting changes!

2023 brings new ownership and exciting changes!

2023 is going to be an exciting season for Park Jefferson Speedway. Check back here often for updates to the venue and an upcoming schedule!

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BREWER, MILLER STAY RED HOT, SPOTLIGHT MEMORIAL DUELS
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5/29/2022

5/29/2022

Park Jefferson International Speedway


BREWER, MILLER STAY RED HOT, SPOTLIGHT MEMORIAL DUELS

Two cars familiar with the Park Jefferson International Speedway victory lane made themselves at home there again Saturday, May 28.

For a fourth time in only five weeks, Sioux Citian David Miller’s 34M was an A Feature victor in the Q and Feather Again IMCA Hobby Stocks class. Similar to the race storyline from the week prior, Miller and Florida native Joel Magee fought it out for first. Sioux Center Nathan Regnerus placed third.

Vermillion native Karl Brewer put his 13K SportMod first across the finish line, winning an A feature for the second time this year. He captured Heat One and kept on going. Points leader and Sioux City native Rusty Montagne took third, and Sloan’s Willy Kirk captured his fifth top 10 and first five finish in as many weeks, ending second.

Season points leader Sid Mosher thrilled the local fans on hand. He stepped up for an A feature trophy in the J&J Fitting stock car division. The Sioux City standout, claiming his first PJIS victory of the year, topped runner-up Travis Barker for first. In the $1,000-to-win JZ Diesel Modifieds finale, Chris Abelson of Sioux City also found his way into victory lane for the first time in 2022. He moved past new season points leader Shane DeMey for the triumph.

The ninth annual Memorial Duels crowd was treated to some of the top sprint driving in the Midwest, with the Northern Outlaw Sprint Association 410s battling on the southeastern South Dakota dirt. Coming back from a tricky fourth-place heat placing, Arvada, Colorado’s Shane Bubak was the feature victor, surging past the Grand Forks, North Dakota, trio of Mark Dobmeier, Brendan Mullen, and Jade Hastings. Local favorite Colin Smith of Sheldon crossed the line in fifth place.

Fans are urged to get their tickets soon for the June 4 make-up date for the 2022 Iron Cup races. All five points divisions are in action. Gates open at 5 p.m. with hot laps at 6 p.m. Tickets can be purchased through https://www.parkjeff.com.


Submitted By: Adam Adamson

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