Three in a Row for Baugh at Spoon River

Andy Baugh of Mason City, Ill. continued his dominance of USAC Speed2 Engler IMRA Midget racing at Spoon River Speedway by winning his third-straight series feature at the 3/8-mile track Saturday night.

Defending champ and point leader Baugh led the final 14 laps after running down Macon IMRA winner Tyler Roth on the seventh circuit.  Baugh finished it out strong, leading the remainder of the 20-lap feature to defeat Brent Burrows, Roth, Mark McMahill and Jake Sollenberger.

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USAC SPEED2 ENGLER IMRA MIDGET RACE RESULTS: June 8, 2019 – Spoon River Speedway – Canton, Illinois

FIRST HEAT: (8 laps) 1. Tyler Roth (#18R Roth), 2. Blake Haynes (#96 Haynes), 3. Kyle Kriegbaum (#12 Kriegbaum), 4. Tori Smith (#18 Canham), 5. John Heitzman (#43 Heitzman), 6. James Picardi (#127 Picardi), 7. Jeff Sparks (#55 Sparks). NT

SECOND HEAT: (8 laps) 1. Robby McQuinn (#51R Johnson), 2. Brent Burrows (#51 Terry), 3. Andy Baugh (#37 Raymond), 4. Patrick Ryan (#23 Ryan), 5. Kevin Battefeld (#42 Battefeld), 6. Jake Sollenberger (#5 Utsinger), 7. Barry Trone (#69 Trone). 2:32.00

THIRD HEAT: (8 laps) 1. Mark McMahill (#57 McMahill), 2. Tracy Hull (#24 Hull), 3. Daltyn England (#19E England), 4. Dave Baugh (#7B Baugh), 5. Russell Johnston (#0 Johnston), 6. Wes Sparks (#27 Sparks), 7. Shane Morgan (#15 Morgan). NT

FEATURE: (20 laps) 1. Andy Baugh, 2. Brent Burrows, 3. Tyler Roth, 4. Mark McMahill, 5. Jake Sollenberger, 6. Kevin Battefeld, 7. Tracy Hull, 8. Tori Smith, 9. Kyle Kriegbaum, 10. Daltyn England, 11. Barry Trone, 12. Blake Haynes, 13. John Heitzman, 14. Jeff Sparks, 15. Dave Baugh, 16. Wes Sparks, 17. Jim Picardi, 18. Russell Johnston, 19. Shane Morgan, 20. Patrick Ryan. NT

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FEATURE LAP LEADERS: Laps 1-6 Roth, Laps 7-20 A. Baugh.

NEXT USAC SPEED2 ENGLER IMRA MIDGET RACE: June 15, 2019 – Spoon River Speedway – Canton, Illinois

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