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Kuhn Saves Tires to Win at WWT Raceway for the Rowdy Energy Super Select Series

Ryan Kuhn goes back to back for the Rowdy Energy Super Select Series winning again this week at World Wide Technology Raceway. Kuhn won last week at Oxford Plains Speedway.

Carson Kvapil started on the pole but did not have the lead long as John Peters took the lead down the backstretch for the first time. Peters was not in control long either as on lap 8 Treyten Lapcevich got pushed into the leader by Ryan Doucette. The top three all spun and when the caution came out Parker Retzlaff was out in front.

On the lap 8 restart, Kaden Honeycutt was sent to the rear for changing lanes too early but recovered strongly, fighting all the way up to fourth at the lap 50 competition caution. The fight into the top 5 did not matter at all in the end because hr took tires during the competition caution when taking tires anytime during the race was illegal.

Twenty laps after taking the lead Retzlaff surrendered the lead to Devon Morgan in the middle of turns three and four. Morgan would lead the rest of the first half of the race.

Riley Stenjum took the lead on the restart of the competition caution but lost it quickly to Devon Morgan. Max Cookson then got under Morgan ten laps later and Morgan pushed Cookson hard, running side by side for the next five laps.

With just 28 to go lap car, Daniel Dye wrecked fourth-place car Riley Stenjem bringing out the caution. Stenjem could no longer continue and Dye was disqualified for his actions.

Ryan Kuhn ran in the back of the pack for the first half of the race saving his tires. He started 16th on the restart after the competition caution and made a pass for the lead with 18 to go. Kuhn with fresher tires never saw any challenges and led the rest of the way.

Feature Results (100 Laps):

1. (72) Ryan Kuhn

2. (42) Parker Retzlaff

3. (77) Ryan Doucette

4. (112) Devon Morgan

5. (1) Colin Allman

6. (39) Max Cookson

7. (14) Corey Deuser

8. (109) John Peters

9. (32) Treyten Lapcevich

10. (76) Cayen Lapcevich

11. (26) Travis Braden

12. (3) Carson Kvapil

13. (52) Brittney Zamora

14. (20) Anthony Sergi

15. (09) Chris Dilbeck

16. (077) Riley Stenjem

17. (43) Daniel Dye

18. (10) Kaden Honeycutt

-Lucas Halbert

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