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Auto racing: VanHouse takes checkered flag in Superior

Veteran Silver Bay driver earns first Late Model feature win of the season.

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Silver Bay’s Deven VanHouse moved up from the fifth starting spot to take the checkered flag in Late Models Friday, July 15, at Gondik Law Speedway in Superior.
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SUPERIOR — Silver Bay’s Deven VanHouse moved up from the fifth starting spot to take the checkered flag for his first Late Model feature win of the season as part of Hall of Fame Night Friday, July 15, at Gondik Law Speedway.

Danny Vang of Deerwood, Minnesota, took second in the 25-lap Late Model finale while Travis Budisalovich of Minneapolis was third.

Superior’s Al Uotinen (Modifieds), Superior’s Andy Grymala (Super Stocks), Superior’s Cody Carlson (Midwest Modifieds), Duluth’s Aaron Bernick (Pure Stocks) and Ashland’s DeJay Jarecki (Hornets) were Friday’s other feature winners, with Bernick and Jarecki earning sweeps by also winning their heats.

Next week Gondik Law Speedway hosts the Twin Ports Twin 25s, which includes the XR Northern Storm Series and Wissota Late Model Challenge Series. Look for coverage of the Friday, July 22, event at duluthnewstribune.com.

Hall of Fame Night
At Gondik Law Speedway, Superior
Friday’s Feature Results
Late Models
1. Deven VanHouse, 2. Danny Vang, 3. Travis Budisalovich, 4. Dave Flynn, 5. Jody Bellefeuille, 6. Skeeter Estey, 7. Harry Hanson, 8. Aaron Lillo, 9. Tim McMann, 10. Ronnie Malecki, 11. Chris Lillo, 12. Eric Lillo. DNF: Kevin Burdick, Mike Bellefeuille, Tim Lillo, Terry Lillo, 17. Joe Kienzle Jr., Kevin Carlson, Trevor Wilson.

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Modifieds
1. Al Uotinen, 2. Jody Bellefeuille, 3. Kelly Estey, 4. Rick Rivord, 5. Colin Chaschuk, 6. Dan Kingsley, 7. Cody Wolkowski, 8. Jeffrey Lien Jr., 9. Todd Gehl, 10. Jack Rivord, 11. Kelly Checkalski, 12. Donnie Lofdahl, 13. Tyler Luger, 14. Mike Klippenstein. DNF: Brandon Copp, Trevor Wilson.

Super Stocks
1. Andy Grymala, 2. Dylan Nelson, 3. Matt Deragon, 4. Kyle Copp, 5. D.J. Keeler, 6. Scott Lawrence, 7. Jim Campbell, 8. Chris Johnson, 9. Mike Sirois, 10. William Fisher, 11. Jase Lien, 12. Taylor Madrinich, 13. Larry Both, 14. Dan Peterson. DNS: Brandon Duellman.

Midwest Modifieds
1. Cody Carlson, 2. Brady Uotinen, 3. Cole Chernosky, 4. David Simpson, 5. James Vendela, 6. McLean Andrews, 7. Dalton Mains, 8. Dylan Miller, 9. Kevin Monteith, 10. Austin Blom, 11. Jesse Polson, 12. Tanner Gehl, 13. Kolby Reed, 14. Kalan Wagner. DNF: Anthony Gallian, Evan Checkalski, Andrew Inman, Ryan Savoy, Taylor Madrinich, Matt Tollers.

Pure Stocks
1. Aaron Bernick, 2. Cory Jorgensen, 3. Tyler Kachinske, 4. Dylan Shelton , 5. Nate Rose, 6. Jessie Limberios, 7. Guy Gaskill, 8. Zene Anderson, 9. Anthony Woodhull. DNS: Tom Treviranus.

Hornets
1. DeJay Jarecki, 2. Tyler Schramm, 3. Kristy Marken, 4. Derek Dunbar, 5. Noah Rose, 6. Joshua Kough, 7. Patrick Passeri. DNF: Lucas Lillo, Ken Hapy.

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