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unzicker10000jun22Ryan Unzicker reclaimed the lead on lap 20 and led the rest of the way as he pocketed a $10,000 payday Friday night at Tri-City Speedway. He started outside of the front row for the 40-lap race and led the first seven laps. “We could get through the ruts about 80 percent of the time, and I think that was the main key,” said Unzicker. “We just kept the car real free and rotating and it was able to run the middle-bottom there at the end and kind of protect my line, because the top was getting really, really rough. Our team definitely needed this. The car was good. It’s been good. We’ve just done some stupid adjustments here and there. I kind of went back to my basics of what I’ve been doing. It feels dang good to be back. It’s been a long time since I won 10-grand.” -- Todd Battin Photo

young3000may31Trent Young made his first visit to the 1/5th mile bullring of Macon Speedway memorable Thursday night as he led all 100 laps to capture the $3,000 win. "What a fun, racy place," Young said. "Thanks so much to everyone who makes it happen and supports us!" -- Double J Photo

young3000may27Trent Young and his Platinum were flawless in a flag-to-flag win Sunday night at Fayette County Speedway. Young surged into the lead at the start of the 35-lap American Modified Series race and never looked back as he collected the $3,000 top prize. -- Josh James Photo

unzicker2000may26Ryan Unzicker jumped out to a commanding lead at the start of the 30-lap feature Saturday night at Fairbury Speedway and held off a late-race challenge to take the $2,000 victory. “We were able to check out at the beginning," Unzicker said. "The car was good and then it got loose. The fans got to see a heck of a race those last 15 laps." -- Rocky Ragusa Photo

unzicker lucas apr28Ryan Unzicker of El Paso, Ill., piloted his Platinum to a career best Lucas Oil Series finish of second Saturday night at Macon Speedway. Unzicker took the lead briefly on the 93rd lap of the 100-lap affair but couldn't hold off Bobby Pierce of Oakwood, Ill., and had to settle for a runner-up finish. “I’m glad for my team because we’ve been busting butt in the garage and trying to make strides and do things," Unzicker said. "I feel like our program’s been pretty good and this is a good finish to show that.” -- Double J Photo

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