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Reffner Continues His Winning Ways at MMS!

Colin Reffner has been simply sensational this year in his quest for the D & D Amusement Games Super Stock Point Championship. Reffner appears to relish making early-skilled passes on his counterparts. Tonight was no different, the young Wisconsin Rapids driver made a very veteran like move early on in the 20 lap feature event. With several cars checking up on the third lap, Reffner drove to the front of the field from his shotgun starting position on the field.

Once Reffner cleared all opponents, his vision was to be smooth and earn another feature win to pad his point lead. However, one other driver appeared to possibly have something for Reffner. Visitor Adam Dagenhardt appeared to have a very good car, also working his way from the back of the field. Dagenhardt, who earlier in the evening won the Dash 4 Cash, worked his way to the runner up spot by lap eight. Dagenhardt, a Coulee Region driver, is no stranger to Marshfield Motor Speedway. He has made several starts in the Super Late Model division in past years. Also looking to make a statement in tonight’s feature event was Ryan Hinner.

Hinner worked his way to the third position as he was setting his sights on Dagenhardt. With the laps counting down, it was readily apparent that the finishing order was going to remain status quo. With Reffner, Dagenhardt, and Hinner running first, second, and third respectively, and not gaining on each other, that is exactly how they would finish. Also finishing in the top five was Mark Langreck and Matt Raykowski.

This article was posted to the website on August 17, 2009.
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