By Kraig McKay
Loves Park, IL- 2011 Rockford Speedway Champion Ryan Carlson steered his way through a four car wreck at the front of the Late Model feature and held off Jon Reynolds, Jr to collect his second win of 2012 and second win in August, during the Windsor Auto Sales 30. Nick Cina, Jr once again utilized the low line to march to the front of the American Short Tracker field, steeling the lead on the final lap from Scotty Hoeft to score his third feature triumph of the season. Brett McCoy was declared the Sportsman winner and Bobby Frisch was victorious in the RoadRunners. Much to the fans delight, John Cruz came out of the debris and chaos that was Nick’s Beatin’ ‘N Bangin’ Boat Race to win the vastly popular event. The Windsor Auto Sales Race for Hunger Team presented over $13,000 to the Rock River Valley Food Pantry that they raised in the ten weeks leading up to this event.
This article was posted to the website on August 26th, 2012
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