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Auto racing: Sabraski wins third-straight Super Stock series event Friday in Superior

Driver from Rice, Minnesota, followed that with a fourth-straight sweep Saturday in Ashland.

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Shane Sabraski captured his third straight feature win in the FastLane Motorsports Northland Super Stock Series special Friday, July 29, at Gondik Law Speedway in Superior.
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SUPERIOR — Shane Sabraski captured his third straight feature win in the FastLane Motorsports Northland Super Stock Series special Friday, July 29, at Gondik Law Speedway.

Sabraski, of Rice, Minnesota, isn’t a weekly regular at any of the Northland tracks but is a threat to win every time he makes an appearance. After winning his heat, Sabraski started the 30-lap feature on the outside of the second row but quickly shot to the lead and dominated the rest of the way, overcoming four cautions in the process.

Kyle Copp of Brule finished second while Dexton Koch of Becker, Minnesota, was third as a strong field of 38 Super Stocks were in attendance for the special.

Brady Uotinen of Superior took advantage of the No. 2 starting spot, immediately seizing the lead and going on to win the 20-lap Midwest Modified feature.

Tyler Kachinske of Duluth earned a sweep in Pure Stocks, winning the feature and his heat, while Justin Schelitzche of Waconia, Minnesota, took top honors in Hornets.

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  • Not to be outdone, Sabraski continued his tear through the FastLane Motorsports Northland Super Stock Series by winning the feature Saturday, July 30, at ABC Raceway in Ashland, making for an incredible fourth straight sweep of heat and feature action as part of the tour.

Proctor rained out

Apparently the only thing stopping Sabraski, nicknamed “The Iron Man” for his proficiency in multiple classes, is the rain.

Halvor Lines Speedway in Proctor was set to host the next leg of the FastLane tour Sunday, July 31, but was rained out.

There’s only two races remaining in the seven-race FastLane Motorsports Northland Super Stock Series and both are makeups: Aug. 20 at Ogilvie (Minn.) Raceway and Aug. 21 at Halvor Lines Speedway as part of Season Championship Night.

FastLane Motorsports
Northland Super Stock Series
At Gondik Law Speedway, Superior
Friday’s Feature Results
Super Stocks

1. Shane Sabraski, 2. Kyle Copp, 3. Dexton Koch, 4. D.J. Keeler, 5. Dylan Nelson, 6. Shawn McFadden, 7. Patrick Beeksma, 8. Scott Lawrence, 9. Matt Deragon, 10. Jack Koranda, 11. Andy Grymala, 12. Jim Campbell, 13. Jase Lien, 14. Jake Froemke, 15. Austin Niemeyer, 16. Cory Casari, 17. Don Livingston, 18. Jeremy North, 19. Josh Schmidt, 20. Chris Johnson, 21. Jeffrey Frey. DNF: Taylor Madrinich, Willie Johnsen Jr., Dustin Nelson, Nick Oreskovich, Andrew Johnson.

Midwest Modifieds

1. Brady Uotinen, 2. Shane Howell, 3. Ryan Savoy, 4. Jason VandeKamp, 5. Andrew Inman, 6. Cody Carlson, 7. Wyatt Boyum, 8. James Vendela, 9. Jesse Polson, 10. Justin Bassa, 11. Tanner Gehl, 12. Taylor Madrinich, 13. Anthony Gallian. DNF: Evan Checkalski, David Simpson, Adam Shinn. DNS: Paul Ripley.

Pure Stocks

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1. Tyler Kachinske, 2. Dylan Shelton, 3. Michael Grover, 4. Anthony Woodhull, 5. Aaron Bernick. DNF: Cory Jorgensen, Nate Rose, Rob Christman, Tim Carlson, Tom Treviranus, Jessie Limberios.

Hornets

1. Justin Schelitzche, 2. Carter Matthews, 3. DeJay Jarecki, 4. Tyler Schramm, 5. Joshua Kough, 6. A.J. House, 7. Alyssa Nelson, 8. Kristy Marken, 9. Paul George, 10. Keegan Kough, 11. Patrick Passeri, 12. Brandon Anderson. DNF: Derek Dunbar, Justin Barsness, Noah Rose.

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