BST Modified Series headed for Holyoke
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May 25, 2006  |  by Chris Martinez

HOLYOKE, Colo. -- The USRA-sanctioned BST Modified Series, Phillips County Speedway and AMSOIL independent dealer Mike Browne are proud to present the third night of the 2006 BST Modified Series tour on Sunday, May 28, at 6 p.m.

With drivers from three states battling each other and the high-banked half-mile for the top prize, the action is guaranteed to be hot!

In 2005 the series enjoyed 135 different drivers taking the green flag and 2006 promises to top that number. The first two events in 2006 saw two new winners, with Joe Bellm taking the win at the Sherman County Speedway in Goodland, Kan., and Mark Zorn taking the win at the Thomas County Speedway in Colby, Kan.

Will we see a repeat winner or will the Series see a third winner in only its third race?

Come out and see for yourself.

The Holyoke Half Mile is located in Northeastern Colorado and is an easy drive from most of Colorado, Kansas and Nebraska.

For more information visit www.bstracing.com or www.holyokehalfmile.com.

We look forward to seeing all the great fans of Holyoke as Phillips County Speedway gets its 2006 season under way.

See you at the show!


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