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Daily Dirt 03/29/2023 13:49:41

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July 31
Gondik Law Speedway,
Superior, WI
Sanction: WISSOTA special events (non-touring) (Twin Ports Twin 25s second feature) - $2,020
Information provided by: Track reports (last updated August 1, 12:47 pm)
Mars steals second Twin Ports 25 at Gondik
Twin Ports Twin 25s second feature
  1. Jimmy Mars
  2. Rick Hanestad
  3. Mike Prochnow
  4. Deven VanHouse
  5. Jeffrey Massingill
  6. Steve Laursen
  7. Derek Vesel
  8. Pat Doar
  9. James Giossi
  10. Darrell Nelson
  11. Sam Mars
  12. Travis Budisalovich
  13. Lance Matthees
  14. Terry Lillo
  15. Keith Niemi
  16. John Kaanta
  17. Gunner Frank
  18. Kyle Peterlin
  19. Kevin Eder
  20. Jim Bruggeman
  21. Cole Provinzino
  22. Jesse Glenz
  23. Greg Nippoldt
  24. Tim McMann
  25. Jake Redetzke
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Jimmy Mars takes the checkered flag to win Friday's second feature at Gondik Law.
What won the race: Charging from 14th, Jimmy Mars of Menomonie, Wis., took the lead on lap 22 and led the final three laps to complete a rally worth $2,020 in Friday's second feature of the 17th annual Twin Ports Twin 25s at Gondik Law Speedway. Mars beat Rick Hanestad to the finish by 1.231 seconds.
Key notes: The second feature of the Twin Ports 25 featured a 15-car invert, putting Mars, who finished second in the opener, 14th and James Giossi or Roberts, Wis., who won the opener, 15th. … Fourth-starting Rick Hanestad of Boyceville, Wis., grabbed the lead early and held it until Mars passed him with three laps remaining. ... The race was slowed by one caution on lap 18 and was completed in just more than 12 minutes. ... After winning the first race, Giossi advanced six positions and finished ninth in the second feature. … No driver has ever swept both features in the 17 year history of the event. Mars won one of the Twin 25s in 2018 also. … The victory was the second of the season for Mars. He won on the opening night of the Masters weekend at Cedar Lake Speedway on June 11.
On the move: Winner Jimmy Mars started 14th (he advanced a total of 20 positions in the twin features).
Winner's sponsors: Mars drives an MB Customs machine powered by a Vic Hill Racing Engine and sponsored by Veit, Vonco, Deppe Enterprises, T.L. Sinz Plumbing, Keyes Chevytown, Armi Contractors, Mid-States Equipment, Baileigh Industrial, S&S Transport, QualityFreightRate and Joe Provo Race Wear.
Points chase: Pat Doar of New Richmond, Wis., leads WISSOTA’s Wisconsin standings.
Current weather: Clear, 79°F
Car count: 41
Heat race winners: Darrell Nelson, James Giossi, Derek Vesel, Pat Doar, Jesse Glenz
Consolation race winners: Tim McMann, Gunner Frank
Editor's note: Results and race details are unofficial.

Feature lineup

Row 1: Matthees, Kaanta
Row 2: VanHouse, Hanestad
Row 3: S. Mars, Prochnow
Row 4: Peterlin, Glenz
Row 5: Laursen, Budisalovich
Row 6: Vesel, Massingill
Row 7: Nelson, J. Mars
Row 8: Giossi, Lillo
Row 9: Frank, McMann
Row 10: Doar, Niemi
Row 11: Hanestad, Bruggeman
Row 12: S. Mars, Provinzino
Row 13: Eder
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