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There was one late model feature contested at Jamestown last season, as Don Shaw picked up the win at the 46th annual Stock Car Stampede.
Dustin Strand, driver of the No. 71 Q&Z Plumbing & Heating Millenium SRT, was the highest finishing NLRA regular at the Stampede last year, finishing second to Shaw, while also picking up the win in the Modified portion of the event.
Cole Schill, driver of the No. 44 Rivinius Ranch MasterSbilt by JMR, finished fifth as the only other active NLRA regular finishing inside the top five at last year's Stampede.
Other notable runs at last year's Stampede included Brad Seng, driver of the No. 12S Schill Construction MB Custom, who came home sixth.
Ryan Corbett finished ninth in his No. C4 Corbett Trucking MasterSbilt, and Jeff Hapala, who finished eleventh in his No. 16S City Parcel Delivery MasterSbilt by JMR, after starting in the 25th and final spot in the main event.
Shane Edginton, driver of the No. 4 Performance Auto Victory, is the most recent NLRA winner at Jamestown, picking up a win in a thriller at the Speedway in August of 2016.
Shane Edginton is the most recent NLRA winner at Jamestown.
Brad Seng leads all active drivers with three previous series win in Jamestown. Dustin Strand has two series wins, as well as victories in the 2015 and 2016 Late Model portion of the Stampede. Mike Balcaen also has two previous wins in Jamestown, and will head into the event as the most recent series winner after his second triumph of the season last Saturday night at the Greenbush Race Park.
Two-time series champion Dustin Strand will head into Saturday night with a 46 point lead over five-time series champ Mike Balcaen. Three-time series titlist Brad Seng is third, with Shane Edginton fourth, and August 2011 Jamestown winner Bill Mooney, driver of the No. 2 OMG Candy MasterSbilt, rounding out the top five.
Ryan Corbett is currently sixth, with Brody Troftgruben seventh in the No. 14 Shaw Trucking Rocket. Troy Schill, driver of the No. 11 Mid Ag Dispatch MasterSbilt by JMR is eighth, with Joey Pederson, driver of the No. 7P Big Jim's Tire Victory ninth, and Jesse Teunis, driver of the No. 70 Imrie Demolition MasterSbilt rounding out the top ten.
Racing begins at seven on Saturday night. For more information on the Jamestown Speedway, you can visit our Tracks page, or log on to jamestownspeedway.com.
Shane Edginton and Mike Balcaen.
2016 - Zach Naastad on June 11; Shane Edginton on August 13
2015 - Dustin Strand on August 1
2014 - Brad Seng on August 2
2013 - Mike Balcaen on August 10
2012 - Ricky Weiss on June 9; Dustin Strand on August 11
2011 - Mike Balcaen on June 25; Bill Mooney on August 13
2010 - Cody Skytland on August 14
2009 - Blaine Doppler on June 27
2008 - Chad Becker on June 28
2007 - Mitch Johnson on June 23
2006 - Troy Olson on July 1
2005 - Curt Gelling on May 21; Curt Gelling on July 2
2004 - John Seitz on May 8; John Seitz on July 24
2003 - Brad Seng on August 9
2002 - Brad Seng on August 10
2001 - John Seitz on July 14; Mitch Johnson on August 18
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