Sanction: DiscountShopTowels.com Dirt Kings Tour (Salute to Service 30 ) - $1,250
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Anvelink tops Dirt Kings foes at Spring Lake
Salute to Service 30
- Nick Anvelink
- Ron Berna
- Brett Swedberg
- Mark Rose
- Justin Schmidt
- Troy Kuyoth
- Chris Engels
- Jim Schmidt
- Joe Reuter
- Ron Stroika
- Jared Siefert
- Derek Janke
- Brad Mueller
- Tim Buhler
- Troy Springborn
- Turk Letizia
- Jeremy Kazynski
- Joe Bongiorno
- Adam Janke
- Jesse Glenz
- Jim Letizia
Nick Anvelink races to a DiscountShopTowels.com Dirt Kings Tour victory.
What won the race: Outside front-row starter Nick Anvelink of Navarino, Wis., led all the way Friday for his series-best fifth career victory on the DiscountShopTowels.com Dirt Kings tour. Anvelink earned $2,000 at Spring Lake Speedway, where light rain began to fall as the checkers flew.
Key notes: Anvelink has won five of the tour's 11 events contested since its 2017 inception. ... Troy Springborn ran among the top five early, but his engine expired late. ... Several early cautions hampered the action, including for a pair of lap-eight yellows. ... Jim Letizia was the first retiree with electrical issues. ... The second-year DiscountShopTowels.com Dirt Kings Tour made its first-ever visit to Spring Lake. … Friday's event marked just the second series race of the season following a couple of April rainouts at Shawano (Wis.) Speedway. … The race was part of the tour’s four-race Seubert Calf Ranches Summer Series, which offers a separate $5,000 points fund.
On the move: Mark Rose of Dorchester, Wis., started 10th and finished fourth.
Winner's sponsors: Anvelink's No. 15 is sponsored by Seubert Calf Ranches, Unique Health Care Products, Dan Nolan Livestock, Fastenal, Gehm's Club Bar & Grill, CureJM.org, DTR Concrete and Frank Wallace Flooring.
Points chase: After Spring Lake, Nick Anvelink (98) Navarino, Wis., leads Justin Schmidt (88), Jim Schmidt (76), Chris Engels (72) and Joe Reuter.
Car count: 22
Polesitter: Brett Swedberg
Heat race winners: Brett Swedberg, Justin Schmidt, Nick Anvelink
Next series race: June 8, Luxemburg Speedway (Luxemburg, WI) $1,250
Editor's note: Results and race details are unofficial.