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March 31, 2018 - Duty Visits Senoia Raceway for Spring Nationals Weekend
Friday night found Justin Duty in action at Senoia Raceway (Senoia, Georgia) Schaeffer Oil Spring Nationals season opener. In a field of 28 Super Late Models, Duty recorded the 11th fastest time in qualifying transferring him into the B-Main. Sending the Top-4 into the opening night feature, Justin fell one spot short with a 5th place outing.

The following night for the $10,000 top prize, Duty registered the 15th fastest lap in time trials sending him into the B-Main for one final shot at the finale. Needing to place in the Top-3, Justin posted a 4th place finish ending his night early.

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March 24, 2018 - Justin Duty Competes With Lucas Oil Series at Boyd's and EAMS
After losing Thursday’s opener to bad weather, Justin Duty was one of 44 Super Late Models on hand at Boyd’s Speedway (Ringgold, Georgia) on Friday evening for the Lucas Oil Late Model Dirt Series (LOLMDS) sanctioned The Shamrock. Dropping back to a 10th place finish in his heat race, Duty transferred into the B-Main for another shot at the $12,000-to-win A-Main. Sending the Top 3 into the show, Justin logged a 11th place outing. (Heath Lawson photo)

Saturday night brought Duty to East Alabama Motor Speedway (Phenix City, Alabama) for the Bama Bash. After mechanical issues kept him out of his heat race, Duty slipped back to a 9th place outing in his B-Main bringing an early end to his weekend.

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March 20, 2018 - Double Duty Racing Heads East
Mulino, Oregon (03/20/18) – Things are changing quickly for Oregon’s Justin Duty.

The towering 6’5” racer recently turned 21 years old, and then, just last week he relocated to a new shop that’s a little closer to the center of Dirt Late Model. As a matter of a fact, it’s a lot closer to the action then he’s used to being. (Cheryl Sluka photo)

Duty relocated 2,700 miles to Troutman, North Carolina, where he’ll be operating out of fellow Dirt Late Model pilot, Joey Coulter’s shop. <<MORE>>