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September 23, 2017 - Justin Duty Wins From the Tail at Willamette Speedway
Not even a challenge to start on the tail of the field could keep Justin Duty out of Victory Lane on Saturday night. The Oregon racer piloted his Don Frank Floors #15 Rocket Chassis/ Clements by Carbaugh Super Late Model to the win on Saturday night at Willamette Speedway.

“This win couldn’t have come at a better time because I’ve really been struggling this year,” Duty said. “When you struggle this bad you really start to question your abilities. However, this win gives us a huge confidence boost. To win from the tail makes it even more special.”

Justin Duty traveled to Willamette Speedway (Lebanon, Oregon) on Saturday night, competing in a field of 17 Super Late Models. After timing in fourth fastest in qualifying, Duty landed a second-place finish in his heat behind Darren Coffell, sending him into the 6-lap Dash. Posting a fourth-place finish, Justin earned the fourth-starting position for the main event.

However, the track offered Duty a $700 bonus if he could win from the tail of the field. As a result, he forfeited his second-row starting spot and went to the back.

Duty methodically worked his way forward in the pack, reeling in his second win of the season, Justin Duty outran Joey Tanner, Collen Winebarger, Darren Coffell, and Jeremy Shank in the 40-lapper to capture the $1,000 payday. He also received the $700 bonus for his thrilling performance.

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September 16, 2017 - Justin Duty Travels to Knoxville for Knoxville Nationals
On Thursday evening Justin Duty returned to action at Knoxville Raceway (Knoxville, Iowa) for the opening night of the Lucas Oil Late Model Dirt Series Knoxville Nationals. With 56 Super Late Models signed in, Duty recorded a 10th place finish in his heat race giving him one more shot at the $7,000-to-win A-Main with a C-Main appearance. Sending the Top 4 into the B-Main, Justin logged a 14th place outing ending his night early.

The following night for another round of preliminary action, Justin posted an 8th place finish in his heat sending him into the C-Main. Transferring the Top 4 into the B-Main, Duty came up short with a 9th place finish.

Bringing the 14th annual Knoxville Nationals weekend to a close on Saturday, Justin rolled off 23rd in his B-Main for one final shot at the $40,000-to-win finale. Needing to place in the Top 6 to make the show, Duty logged a 19th place finish ending his weekend.

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