Nick Hoffman Victorious in Peoria

Nick Hoffman Peoria

Nick Hoffman Victorious at Peoria Speedway in Feature Makeup

PEORIA, IL  June 21, 2017 — Nick Hoffman brought home his second win of the Summit Modified Nationals season at Peoria Speedway. Ray Bollinger took second place and Allen Weisser took third place to round out the podium.

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Harrison Scores Win at Jacksonville


Mike Harrison Scores First Summit Modified Nationals Win of the Season

JACKSONVILLE, IL — June 20, 2017 — Mike Harrison scored his first win of the Summit Racing Equipment Modified Nationals at Jacksonville Speedway, sliding past Nick Hoffman on the inside for the lead after battling Allen Weisser for second. Hoffman followed Harrison through the checkers with Michael Long behind him.

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Bollinger Takes Daugherty


Ray Bollinger Takes the Checkers at Daugherty Speedway

BOSWELL, IN — June 18, 2017 — Ray Bollinger led all the way through the checkers at Daughtery Speedway for the fourth completed race of the DIRTcar Summit Racing Equipment Modified Nationals. Allen Weisser and Mike McKinney followed after an exciting battle behind the leader resulted in a spinout from Nick Hoffman that took him back along with Kenny Wallace and Nick Allen.  

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Hoffman Scores Win at Sycamore


Nick Hoffman Scores Summit Modified Nationals Win at Sycamore

MAPLE PARK, IL — June 16, 2017 — DIRTcar Nationals Big Gator Champion Nick Hoffman of Mooresville, NC scored a Summit Modified Nationals win at Sycamore Speedway, beating Ray Bollinger and the previous night's winner Mike McKinney through the checkers.

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McKinney Claims Kankakee


Mike McKinney Battles Ken Schrader for Kankakee Win


KANKAKEE, IL — June 15, 2017 — Mike McKinney fought a tough battle with Ken Schrader at Kankakee County Speedway Thursday night for his first DIRTcar Summit Racing Equipment Modified Nationals win of the year. KcKinney and Schrader actually began their battle during Heat 1, with the same results: McKinney in first with Schrader behind him. Following Schrader through the checkers in the Feature were Tyler Nicely and Ray Bollinger. 

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