As thunder roars, Gallardo gets going at Southern New Mexico Speedway
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August 6, 2016  |  by Walker Akers

Jake Gallardo won the USRA Modified feature.

LAS CRUCES, N.M.—USRA Modifieds were back in action Saturday at the Southern New Mexico Speedway and a stacked field made for some fun in the desert.

Holley USRA Stock Cars saw Lloyd Turner takes another win. Jaime Torres ran him clean and hard but had to settle for second.

It was 25 laps for the USRA Modifieds and 24 cars made the call. Jake Gallardo took the win and Bumper Jones nipped Terry Tipton for second. Zane DeVilbiss was fourth.

If you missed the action tonight then you had better be ready to go again next weekend as the 305 Winged Sprint Cars join us for some high-flying, heart-pounding, slide-job-bringing action. Gates open at 5:30 with racing at 7:45. Don’t be late and make sure to bring your friends.

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