Jackpot Junction series headed back to Britt, then to Princeton
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July 13, 1999

By Bill Martin

BRITT, IA (July 13, 1999) - With fingers crossed and hopes of no rain in the forecast, I.M.C.A. Sprint Cars on the Jackpot Junction Midwest Tour head back to Britt, Iowa, this Friday, July 16.

The original tour date at the Hancock County Speedway was lost to rain on July 2. Tour organizer Bob Allen and drivers are looking forward to their second visit to the track, where pit gates are slated to open at 5 p.m.

Hot laps are at 7 and racing begins at 7:30.

Series drivers get back on the original schedule Wednesday, July 21, when they travel to the Princeton (Minn.) Speedway.

Gates open at 5:30 p.m, hot laps are at 6:30 and racing starts at 7:30.

Zimmerman, Minnesota's Tony Grams was the winner of the July 9 Jackpot Junction race at the in Montevideo, Minn. Curt Lund of Morton, Minn., won the first two series events of the season.

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