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Auto racing: Copp captures Day 2 at Superior Fair Races

Brule driver leads wire-to-wire to win in Super Stocks.

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Brule’s Kyle Copp started on the pole position and then raced to his second Super Stock feature win of the season on the second night of the Fair Races Friday, Aug. 5, at Gondik Law Speedway in Superior.
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SUPERIOR — Brule’s Kyle Copp started on the pole position and then raced to his second Super Stock feature win of the season on the second night of the Fair Races Friday, Aug. 5, at Gondik Law Speedway.

Terran Spacek, of Phillips, Wisconsin, finished second while Andy Grymala of Superior was third.

In Midwest Modifieds, Cody Carlson of Superior — starting in the eighth starting spot — gradually worked his way to the front to capture his third feature win at Superior and sixth overall this season.

Duluth’s Cory Jorgensen (Pure Stocks) and Ashland’s DeJay Jarecki (Hornets) earned sweeps in their respective divisions by winning both the feature and their heats.

Gondik Law Speedway

Fair Races Night 2

Friday’s Feature Results

Super Stocks

1. Kyle Copp, 2. Terran Spacek, 3. Andy Grymala, 4. Jim Campbell, 5. Ryan Kostreba, 6. Doug Koski, 7. D.J. Keeler, 8. Jack Koranda, 9. Russell Kostreba, 10. Jase Lien, 11. Taylor Madrinich, 12. Josh Saunders, 13. John Garrity, 14. Dan Peterson. DNF: Matt Deragon, Dan Severson, Scott Lawrence, Andrew Mackey.

Midwest Modifieds

1. Cody Carlson, 2. Wyatt Boyum, 3. Andrew Inman, 4. James Berglund, 5. Tanner Gehl, 6. McLean Andrews, 7. Evan Checkalski, 8. Jimmy Latvala, 9. Scott Thompson, 10. Carey LePage, 11. Kolby Reed. DNF: Ashton Schulte, Anthony Gallian, Jared Akervik, Travis Schulte, Sean O’Brien, Taylor Madrinich. DQ: Jamie Davis.

Pure Stocks

1. Cory Jorgensen, 2. Aaron Bernick, 3. Tom Treviranus, 4. Tyler Kachinske, 5. Nate Rose, 6. Chad Carlson, 7. Kevin Bartelt, 8. Anthony Woodhull, 9. Jacob Swalboski. DNF: Jessie Limberios, Dylan Shelton.

Hornets

1. DeJay Jarecki, 2. Kristy Marken, 3. Joshua Kough, 4. Justin Schelitzche, 5. A.J. House, 6. Carson Gotelaere, 7. Brandon Anderson, 8. Patrick Passeri, 9. Noah Rose. DNF: Keegan Kough.

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