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Shryock Doubles Down at Hancock County Speedway

Shryock Doubles Down at Hancock County Speedway

Shryock Doubles Down at Hancock County Speedway
By Chad Meyer

Kelly Shryock drove his way to the front twice Friday night in Britt during the “School’s Out for Summer” event, sponsored by Trulson Auto Parts & Service. In the IMCA Modifieds, Shryock started sixth and ran down early leader Todd Steinhart. Steinhart stayed close through the midpoint of the race until Shryock was able to pull away over the late stages. Jeremy Mills got around Steinhart at the end to finish second. Garrett Wilson posted another strong finish in the fourth position.
In the IMCA Stock Cars, Shryock wheeled the topside of the speedway from the 10th starting spot to capture the win. It wasn’t easy though as early leader Heath Tulp would not go away and raced to Shryock’s inside several times late but couldn’t return to the lead. In a mad scramble to the finish, Colby Fett snuck past Tulp for second, while Troy Swearingen completed the top four.
Once again, the IMCA SportMods put on a dandy race at Britt. Alec Fett held the lead for much of the race until late when a lap car posed a challenge for the leaders. Alec reacted to the lapper and brother Colby was able to streak past to take the lead. Colby crossed the checkers first, with Alec second. Charlie Stevens had another strong run, finishing third ahead of Nate Albrandt.
Brandon Nielsen stayed perfect in Britt in the IMCA Hobby Stocks, but it wasn’t without its challenges. After being comfortably in front late in the race, Nielsen got out of the racing groove at the top of turn two, allowing Josh Sidles to assume the lead. Nielsen dug deep and rebounded, getting back by Sidles for the win. The last couple laps were wild as not only did Nielsen get the lead back, but Cody Hubbell also raced to second ahead of Sidles. Chris Krug finished fourth.
In the HCS Outlaw Hobby Stocks, Joshua Monson picked up his first win by using the high side of the speedway to his advantage. He held off last week’s winner, Kolby Goepel, for the victory. Josh Sidles and Brandon Nielsen completed the top four.
Exciting action returns to the Hancock County Speedway on Friday, May 24th for the Stars, Stripes, and Sirens special. All veterans, and active-duty military, police, fire department and first responders receive free admission to the event with correct credentials.

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