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Hipp Wins Knoxville


Knoxville, IA -- Hipp leads 30 laps and takes "The Weekender" series feature win. Hipp qualified on top of the board and would also win heat 1, before going flag to flag in the feature event. Where the hell will "The Weekender" be next time? We opened the room up to the public with low car counts and managed a caution free race.

Qualifying Pole -- Hipp

Heat 1 Winner -- Hipp

Heat 2 Winner -- Palmer

Heat 3 Winner -- Carter

Feature Top 3 -- Hipp, Palmer, Carter


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