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June 28, 2019 - Justin Duty Scores Podium Finish in Wild West Mod Shootout Finale
Tuesday night saw Justin Duty return to action at Cottage Grove Speedway (Cottage Grove, Oregon) powering the Brian Thompson-owned No. 44T Open Wheel Modified for the Wild West Modified Shootout. After coming in 4th and 3rd in his heat races, Duty captured a 15-lap consolation victory locking his spot into the A-Main. Starting the feature in 14th, Justin improved four spots in the 35-lapper to place 10th.

The following night at Sunset Speedway (Banks, Oregon), the track hit curfew before the feature could get started postponing it to Friday.

On Friday evening at Willamette Speedway (Lebanon, Oregon), Justin improved five spots in the feature reeling in a 3rd place finish behind Colleen Winebarger and Kellen Chadwick with Grey Ferrando and Matt Genner rounding out the Top-5.

June 1, 2019 - Duty Grabs Opening Night of Strawberry Cup at Willamette
Justin Duty piloted his Don Frank Floors #15 XR1 Rocket Chassis/ Pro Power Racing Engine Super Late Model to his first win of 2019 on Friday night at Willamette Speedway.

“With all of the rain we haven’t got to race much this year, so it felt great to get back in the driver’s seat,” Duty commented. “We had a great night on Friday night, and then on Saturday night we are on our way to another win until a broken valve spring got us while leading. I limped the car home to a third-place finish. It was disappointing to miss out on the win, but it was still a good weekend for us.”

Justin Duty invaded Willamette Speedway (Lebanon, Oregon) on Friday evening, where he was kicking off the two-day Strawberry Cup. After starting the night with a heat race victory, Duty topped Rob Mayea, McLain Beaudoin, Randy Boyd, and Rob Campos in the opening night feature capturing his first win of the season. He pocketed a $1,000 payday for his performance.

The following night after qualifying third fastest, Duty secured his spot into the finale with a heat race victory. He raced to the lead early in the feature and looked to be on his way to his second-straight win before a broken valve spring slowed his momentum in the 40 lapper. He limped his entry home to third-place finish behind Steve Moore and McLain Beaudoin with Thomas Hunzicker and Rob Mayea rounding the Top-5.

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