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John M. Steiner / The Sun The 25th annual Dakota Classic Modified Tour wrapped up at Jamestown Speedway on Friday night. The yearly IMCA six-race tour kicked off on Sunday at Minot’s Nodak Speedway on Sunday, and crowned a champion in Jamestown after racing tracks in Estevan (Saskatchewan), Williston, Dickinson and Mandan on consecutive nights. Read Monday’s edition of the Jamestown Sun for a story and results.

Mods Come in Big Numbers to Jamestown

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The 25th annual Dakota Classic Modified Tour wrapped up at Jamestown Speedway on Friday night. The yearly IMCA six-race tour kicked off on Sunday at Minot’s Nodak Speedway on Sunday, and crowned a champion in Jamestown after racing tracks in Estevan (Saskatchewan), Williston, Dickinson and Mandan on consecutive nights. The 2012 IMCA Super Nationals Champion, Jeff Taylor, of Cave City, Arkansas, was leading the tour points heading into Friday night’s finale after winning in Minot and Estevan. Carrington’s Rusty Kollman was sitting 19th in the standings. A total of 79 IMCA Modifieds from 15 states and two Canadian provinces were present Friday night. Races were ongoing at press time. Read Monday’s edition of the Jamestown Sun for a story and results.

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