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1. Jordon Shelton, 2. Michael McLaughlin, 3. Matt Gillam, 4. Larry Leach, 5. Wild Bill Delahunte, 6. Dakota Day, 7. Jamaree Earl, 8. Melissa Otteson, 9. Troy Maher (Broke Down)

Dwarf Car Class

1. Cecilia Dillie, 2. Scott Kelley, 3. Nick Winters, 4. Robert Otteson, 5. Andrew Vanthof, 6. Christopher Winters

IMCA Modifieds

1. Tony Kincade, 2. Jay Rode, 3. Mard Allison, 4. Billy Anderson, 5. Charlie Pike (Broke Down), 6. Steve Nash (Broke Down)

IMCA WCSS (Featured Class This Week)

1. Jason Pike, 2. Clifton King, 3. Steve Nash, 4. Dustin Chastain, 5. Sterlynn Otteson, 6. Duffy Otteson (Broke Down).

PAHRUMP Speedway

July 6

Mini Stock Class

1. Mike Belcher, 2. Kevin Belcher, 3. Dylin Smotherman, 4. Sue Smotherman, 5. Austin Koch, 6. Robert Smotherman

Dwarf Car Class

1. Cecilia Dillie, 2. Scott Kelley, 3. Bobby Meek, 4. Andrew Vant’hof, 5. Brett Gamble

IMCA Modified

1. Dan Snowden, 2. Jay Rode, 3. Dan Fitzgerald, 4. Joey Franklin 5. Steve Nash, 6. Rich Horibe

Bomber Class

1. Gary Wyatt, 2. JJ Nunn, 3. Arlie Daniel Jr. 4. Dale Cain, 5. John Pietrorozio (DNS)


1. Chris Hansen, 2. Mike Belcher, 3. Dee Hansen, 4. David Belcher

Mod Mini

1. Eric Slusher, 2. Tony Martin, 3. Cory Ray, 4. Anthony Martin


1. Cory Little, 2. Joe Wabsis, 3. Steve Nash, 4. Matt Ince, 5. Dustin Chastain, 6. Jon Broughton.

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California lifts stay-at-home order, Inyo still in purple tier

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