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Sterrett Steers to DIRTcar Summit Racing Equipment Modified Nationals Victory at Terre Haute

Sterrett Steers to DIRTcar Summit Racing Equipment Modified Nationals Victory at Terre Haute

TERRE HAUTE, Ind. – June 7, 2015 – Bradley Sterrett slid past Tyler Nicely seven laps into Sunday night’s DIRTcar Summit Racing Equipment Modified Nationals main event at Terre Haute Action Track and drove away to the checkered flag for his first victory of the 2015 tour.

Sterrett, of Bloomington, Ind., pocketed $1,000, needing only to keep Nicely behind him on a restart with four to go in the 20-lap feature at the half-mile dirt oval. Saturday’s winner Josh Harris was third with Ken Schrader and Dave Baldwin rounding out the top five.

There were 23 cars entered in the event.

The DIRTcar Summit Racing Equipment Modified Nationals returns to action with the Wednesday-Thursday (June 10-11) doubleheader at Kankakee (Ill.) County Speedway.

DIRTcar Summit Racing Equipment Modified Nationals Statistical Report; Terre Haute (Ind.) Action Track; June 7, 2015

A-MAIN – 1. (90) Bradley Sterrett, Bloomington, IN ($1,000); 2. (1S) Tyler Nicely, Owensboro, KY; 3. (16C) Josh Harris, Utica, KY; 4. (9) Ken Schrader, Concord, NC; 5. (6B) Dave Baldwin, Perrysville, IN; 6. (87) David Shain, Humboldt, IL; 7. (1BUD) Zach Fair, Petersburg, IN; 8. (92) Kenny Carmichael, Terre Haute, IN; 9. (59N) Chad Evans, Mattoon, IL; 10. (92C) Kenny Carmichael Jr, Terre Haute, IN; 11. (133) Gary Ricketts, Terre Haute, IN; 12. (4S) Rob Starkey, Greenfield, IN; 13. (11M) Josh McDaniel, Terre Haute, IN; 14. (42) Roger Mills, Bloomingdale, IN; 15. (33) Scott Ricketts, Cory, IN; 16. (C16) Cory Brown, St Louis, Mo; 17. (14S) Cullen Goodman, Shelburn, IN; 18. (89W) Rick Weitekamp, Springfield, IL; 19. (77H) Jake Humphrey, Bloomington, IN; 20. (2B) Brent Hudson, Terre Haute, IN; 21. (X) Roy Bruce Jr, Bloomington, IN; 22. (2M) Mike Peterson, Sullivian, IN; 23. (16) Rick Pauley, Sumner, IL.

HEAT RACE WINNERS: Tyler Nicely, Ken Schrader and Bradley Sterrett.

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