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Pagel’s Lookin’ Fine in #409!

Super Stock racers lately have taken to driving cars that look a lot like Late Models. Not David Pagels. He drives a 1962 Chevrolet Impala throwback that tonight drove away with the Feature win. David is not new to victory lane, but this was the car’s first visit, and Pagels celebrated like a first time winner. The Rudolph racer took the lead early from Ryan Hinner, and while Hinner drove the race of his young life to maintain 2nd, Pagels enjoyed the fruits of other drivers’ labors.

┬áHinner’s efforts to keep his spot in the field resulted in a traffic jam that no one could get through, and by the time 25 laps had ticked off the field finished virtually as it had started, with a few minor changes. Fast qualifier Colin Reffner only picked up a couple of spots to wind up 7th, and Michael Gwidt was uncharacteristically quiet in 8th. Brian Weinfurter appeared like magic in position 4 at the end, and Dean Burby drove as hard as anyone to keep himself in the top 3. Bert Soyka found himself again in the top 5 after a racy performance alongside Hinner most of the night got him 5th place.

This article was posted to the website on July 24, 2009.
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