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USMTS stops at Peoria Speedway August 1st

PEORIA, Ill. (July 22, 2002) - The United States Modified Touring Series will stop at the Peoria Speedway for a one-day show that will pay the winner $2000.

USMTS has visited the speedway once and that was in 2000 when Mark Noble picked up the win.

A good field of cars raced then and another good field of cars is expected for this race with a $5000 to win race on Wednesday at the Knox County Fair. Also running will be the street stocks and hornets.

Gates will open at 4pm with hot laps scheduled for 7pm and racing to follow. Fans that have not followed the USMTS this season has seen twenty different drivers pick up a feature win. This race should be no exception as drivers from more than ten states is expected to compete at the ¼ mile speedway.

Some of the expected drivers will be: National Point leader Kelly Shryock, Tommy Myer, Mike Chasteen, Kevin Peters, Tim Donlinger, Joey Kates, Jaosn Hughes, Skeet Amason, Eddie Martin, Tim Weaver, Johnny Bone, Justin Boney, Ron Schreiner, Bruce Hanford, Jimmy Owens, Mike Marlar, Andy Tennison, Mike Spaulding, Rick Hixson, Luke Cochran, Rick Gustin, Jeff Leka, Kyle Logue, Corey Dripps plus many more.

For more information on the USMTS call the USMTS office at 515-832-7944.

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