Davis wins USRA Modified main at Mississippi Thunder Speedway
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September 6, 2012  |  by Dan Bailey

FOUNTAIN CITY, Wis. -- Brandon Davis continued his winning ways by taking the USRA Modified feature win by reclaiming the top position he’d given up to Josh Angst Thursday night at the Mississippi Thunder Speedway.

Davis led the opening 14 laps before Winona’s Angst tracked him down via the high line.

Davis jumped up top to follow Angst for a few laps before returning to the bottom groove and reclaiming the top spot on lap 22 of 25 and held on for the win.

“I followed Josh up high,” commented Davis after the win, “but my car was definitely not set up to run up there.”

Davis returned to the bottom and returned to the lead to claim the win.

Angst held on for second followed by Keith Foss, 2012 track champion Lucas Schott and Todd Sharkey.

Mississippi Thunder Speedway’s 2012 season continues Friday night with evening number two of the three-night $10,000-to-win Baehman Law B-Mod Nationals. Joining the B-Mod action will be USRA Modifieds again racing for $1,000 to win.

For more details, visit the official Mississippi Thunder Speedway web site www.mississippithunder.com.

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Mississippi Thunder Speedway, Fountain City, Wis.
Thursday, Sept. 6, 2012


Heat #1: 1. Keith Foss, 2. Todd Scharkey, 3. Brad Waits, 4. Dan Bohr, 5. Lucas Schott, 6. Harvey Vandeweerd, 7. Steve Bangart, 8. Hank Rollinger Jr.

Heat #2: 1. Josh Angst, 2. Travis Saurer, 3. Chris Gilbertson, 4. Kevin Viebrock, 5. Thomas Brink, 6. Steve Lavasseur, 7. Zach Less, 8. Brian Albrecht.

Heat #3: 1. John Doelle, 2. Brandon Davis, 3. Jake Timm, 4. Les Duellman, 5. Jay Ihrke, 6. Lance Hofer, 7. Ryan York.

Feature: 1. Brandon Davis, 2. Josh Angst, 3. Keith Foss, 4. Lucas Schott, 5. Todd Scharkey, 6. John Doelle, 7. Jake Timm, 8. Travis Saurer, 9. Hank Rollinger Jr., 10. Les Duellman, 11. Lance Hofer, 12. Ryan York, 13. Harvey Vandeweerd, 14. Steve Bangart, 15. Chris Gilbertson, 16. Zach Less, 17. Brian Albrecht, 18. Dan Bohr, 19. Kevin Viebrock, 20. Thomas Brink, 21. Jay Ihrke, 22. Steve Lavasseur, 23. Brad Waits.

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