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The only thing Ian Madsen didn’t win Friday was the Midwest Open Wheel Association Sprint Car Series presented by Casey’s General Stores Dash and the $200 he could have pocketed for taking the re-draw challenge before he drew the six invert pill for the event.Outside of that sequence, Madsen was nearly untouchable en route to his third career MOWA Sprint Car Series. This one coming on a very fast 1/4 mile at Lincoln Speedway. Madsen and Jimmy Hurley each picked up a heat race win, while the invert drawn by Madsen before the dash put Jeremy Standridge on the front row of the six lap event. Standridge would hold on to pick up the first MOWA dash win of his career, as he celebrated his birthday at the track with family and friends.

MOWA Results For Lincoln Speedway – 2014-05-02
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Heat Results
Heat 1: 1 – Ian Madsen 18(2), 2 – Bret Tripplett 22T(1), 3 – Chris Urish 77u(5), 4 – John Dines 31(4), 5 – A.J. Bruns 44(9), 6 – Ben Wagoner 84(8), 7 – Andy Baugh 6b(7), 8 – Manny Rockhold 99D(10), 9 - Randy Myers 18(6), 10 – Paul Nienhiser 9(3),

Heat 2: 1 – Jimmy Hurley 35(2), 2 – Jeremy Standridge 10s(1), 3 – Jim Moughan 1M(3), 4 – Joe B Miller 51B(4), 5 – Joey Moughan 83(7), 6 - Jerrod Hull 12H(5), 7 – Cory Bruns 42(6), 8 – Levi Curry 25(8), 9 - Trey Datweiler 23D(10), 10 – Caleb Wankel 5W(9),

Dash Results
1 – Jeremy Standridge 10s, 2 – A.J. Bruns 44, 3 – Ian Madsen 18, 4 - Bret Tripplett 22T, 5 – Chris Urish 77u, 6 – Jimmy Hurley 35,

A-Main Results
1 – Ian Madsen 18 (3), 2 – Joey Moughan 83 (8), 3 – Chris Urish 77u (5), 4 – Jim Moughan 1M (7), 5 – Joe B Miller 51B (10), 6 – Jerrod Hull 12H (12), 7 – Andy Baugh 6b (14), 8 – Cory Bruns 42 (15), 9 – Manny Rockhold 99D (13), 10 – Jeremy Standridge 10s (1), 11 – John Dines 31 (9), 12 – Ben Wagoner 84 (11), 13 – Trey Datweiler 23D (17),
14 – Caleb Wankel 5W (19), 15 – A.J. Bruns 44 (2), 16 – Randy Myers 18 (18), 17 – Levi Curry 25 (16), 18 – Paul Nienhiser 9 (20), 19 – Bret Tripplett 22T (4), 20 – Jimmy Hurley 35 (6),

-Bob


Some images from the OSF Foundation 2nd annual 5K “Fight to the Finish” endurance race for the adults and the children’s fun run at Jubilee State Park in Brimfield, IL. The weather was perfect for with 300+ participants who help to raise money to benefit the Children’s Hospital of Illinois. Everyone had a great time especially the young kids who attacked the “Rumble in the Jungle” obstacle course with it’s own jumps, hills and water hazard.

-Bob


Proceeds from the Komen Race for the Cure Series fund both national research efforts and local breast health education and breast cancer out-reach programs.  A majority of the net proceeds fund community projects related to breast health education, screening and treatment and are based on the specific needs of each community as determined by local Komen for the Cure Affiliates.  (75% of Susan G. Komen Peoria Race for the Cure® dollars supports awareness, education, screening and treatment services in the Central Illinois area and 25% helps fund the national grant program.)

The Peoria Memorial Affiliate of Susan G. Komen for the Cure® holds two distinctions that no other Komen Affiliate can claim.  They host the second oldest Race in the Susan G. Komen Race for the Cure® Series – celebrating their 25th Anniversary in 2010 – and Peoria is hometown of Suzy and Nancy. Nancy G. Brinker promised her sister Susan that she would do everything in her power to end breast cancer.

-Bob

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