Sacquitne ends drought, Hovden and Spilde visit victory lane again in Decorah
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July 9, 2016  |  by Tyler Rinken

Danny Sacquitne won the Holley USRA Stock Car feature.

DECORAH, Iowa—It was five years in the making for Danny Sacquitne to score his first Holley USRA Stock Car feature win. Sacquitne finally found victory lane at the Upper Iowa Speedway on Saturday night. Pete Solum led nearly half the race and fended off multi-time USRA national champion Mitch Hovden. Sacquitne ran both Hovden and Solum down on the high side and crossed the finish line first, multiple car lengths ahead of Solum, Hovden, Dillon Anderson and the rest of the field.

Dan Hovden continued his winning ways on the weekend. After notching the Iron Man Series Out-Pace USRA B-Mod win on Friday night at the Mason City Motor Speedway, Hovden swept the weekend by picking up his second win of the weekend Saturday. Hovden drove away from the field, but a few late-race cautions brought the field in, but they still had no challenge for Hovden. Kyle Anderson finished second after scoring the feature win at the Fayette County Speedway on Friday night. Troy Hovey, who started deep in the field, finished third and Justin Kupka added a strong fourth-place finish to his résumé.


Dan Hovden won the Out-Pace USRA B-Mod feature.

Scott Spilde grilled up another feature win Saturday night in the USRA Hobby Stock class. Rattling off his third win of the season in the valley, Spilde led for a majority of the race. The feature event was halted for a few minutes as a soft roll-over took place exiting corner number four. The driver was okay, but the field was unable to take advantage on the restart as Spilde cruised to the win, fending off a hard-charing Steve Larson.


Scott Spilde won the USRA Hobby Stock feature.

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OFFICIAL RESULTS
United States Racing Association
USRA Weekly Racing Series
Upper Iowa Speedway, Decorah, Iowa
Saturday, July 9, 2016

USRA HOBBY STOCKS
1. (4) 18 Scott Spilde, Cresco
2. (7) 07 Chris Hovden, Cresco
3. (6) 22 Steve Larson, Decorah
4. (3) 19 Paul Seabrooke, Elgin
5. (11) 7 Steve Dwyer, Lacrosse, Wis.
6. (8) 70 Steve Holthaus, Cresco
7. (5) 442 Neil Franzen, Sumner
8. (10) 81 Joshua Ludeking, Decorah
9. (12) 6 Dustin Gulbrandson, Sioux Falls, S.D.
10. (14) 54 Jeremy Oakes, Spring Grove, Minn.
11. (13) 50 Zachary Ruckelaskel, West Union
12. (1) 29 Brady Link, Waukon
13. (9) 85 Jesse Holzer, Decorah
14. (2) 19M Jay Mensink, Harmony, Minn.

OUT-PACE USRA B-MODS
1. (1) 16D Dan Hovden, Decorah
2. (4) 98 Kyle Anderson, Decorah
3. (9) 476X Troy Hovey, Decorah
4. (6) 8K Justin Kupka, Decorah
5. (2) 66 Keagen Einck, Decorah
6. (5) 1K Parker Kessel, Waukon
7. (3) 32 Taylor Skauge, Caledonia, Minn.
8. (11) 88X Jimmy Brosziet, Postville
9. (7) 17B Matt Buddenberg, Decorah
10. (12) 45 Cole Lonergan, Dexter, Minn.
11. (8) 82 Rick Byrnes, Decorah
12. (10) 81 Nolan Gunderson, Viroqua, Wis.
13. (13) 47 Brayton Boyer, St. Lucas
DNS - 17H Ryan Halverson, Decorah

HOLLEY USRA STOCK CARS
1. (6) 6 Danny Sacquitne, Decorah
2. (3) 15 Mitch Hovden, Decorah
3. (1) 37 Pete Solum, Spring Groove, Minn.
4. (8) 44 Dillon Anderson,
5. (2) 14M Brian Mahlstedt,
6. (5) 55 Derek Dettmann, Monona
7. (7) 33 Kevin Donlan, Decorah
8. (12) 69 Jake Ludeking, Decorah
9. (9) 7K Andy Stinson, Cresco
10. (11) 55H Troy Hansmeier, Waukon
11. (13) 26 Steven Mcallen,
12. (10) 27 Shawn Peter, Mabel, Minn.
13. (4) 00 Danny Cole Jr., Lansing
14. (14) 23 Brayden Gjere, Mabel, Minn.



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