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Lee, Wilke and Ussatis Each Win Second in a Row; Steele, Correll and Berg Victorious

Tye Wilke won his second INEX legend feature in as many nights (photo provided by Julie Wilke)

It’s turning into good weekends for Cody Lee, Tye Wilke and Kasey Ussatis. All three are 2-for-2 in feature wins.

Lee picked up his second win in as many nights by winning the Wissota Midwest Modified feature at Jamestown Speedway. The Alexandria driver also won on Friday night at Brown County Speedway in Aberdeen.

Lee’s Win was worth $750 thanks to sponsor RHRSwag. If he wins tomorrow in Lisbon he would win another $750 plus a $500 bonus for winning both nights.

Preston Carr of Carrington made a good run through the field and finished second after starting 15th. Justin Bjorklund of Glenwood was third, Zach Reinke of Lisbon fourth and Jim Morlock of Pettibone fifth. 28 b mods started the main event.

Wilke picked up his second win in as many nights in the INEX Legends. The Detroit Lakes driver has three wins already this season. Ryan Braseth of Ulen was second, Brody Carlsrud of Moorhead third, Alex Kukowski of Edgeley fourth and Alex Braseth of Ulen fifth. Ryan Braseth and Carlsrud are both running very well so far this season.

Dylan Steele of Jamestown (pictured above) picked up his second career win on Saturday in the Bombers. In five races this season and has finished in the top five all five times. Jayden Michaelsohn of Aberdeen was second, Jarod Klein of Jamestown third and Billy Carow of Jamestown was fifth. Steele’s win was not without drama as he got pushed into the wall at the checkered by another driver who crossed the line first but also who was disqualified as a result Jonny Carter of Lisbon picked up his fourth feature win of 2020 in the Wissota Street Stocks. Billie Christ of Jamestown was second, Todd Carter of Lisbon third, Bob Banish Jr of Milnor fourth and Jay Schlotfeldt of Jamestown was fifth. Todd Carter won at Dacotah Speedway in Mandan on Friday.

The Jamestown legend Johnny C — John Correll — won the IMCA Modified feature. The 65-year old topped Trent Grager of Carrington for the win. John Nord of Enderlin was third, Scott Gartner of Jamestown fourth and Austin Arneson of Fargo fifth.

A great field of 103 cars competed at Jamestown.

Ussatis, Jory Berg Lead Winners at Devils Lake

A night after winning at Brown County, Ussatis won the Street stock feature Saturday at Devils Lake. The Nome driver, pictured above, has finished in the top three in his last four feature events. Daniel Aberle of Finley was second, Tucker Pederson of East Grand Forks was third while Seth Klostreich of Grand Forks was fifth.

Jory Berg of Grand Forks won his first Wissota Midwest Modified feature of the year. Jaden Varnson of Lakota was third and Nate Reynolds of Hoople fourth.

Steven Richards of Finley won the Pure Stock feature. Alex Truscinski of Greenbush won the Minn-Kota Lightning Sprint feature. Kelsi Pederson of East Grand Forks was third and Jason Berg of West Fargo was fifth behind Greenbush driver Dexter Dvergsten.

Brandon Palm of Portland was third in the Western Renegade Non-Winged Sprint feature which was won by Ken Hron of Grand Rapids.

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