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January 17th, 2016 - Chase Notches Top Ten Finish in Saturday's Program
aReturning for the third night of action in the Wild West Shootout at USA Raceway (Tucson, Arizona), Chase Junghans starting things out on Wednesday with a quick engine swap. Hoping for better results, Junghans logged an 8th place heat finish transferring him into the B-Main. Transferring the top three into the feature, Chase came up one spot short of a transfer position with a 4th place outing.  

On Friday night in a field of sixty Super Late Models, Chase Junghans advanced from 7th to 4th in his heat securing a spot into the $5,000-to-win A-Main. Earning an 8th row starting spot, Junghans fell two spots in the 30-lap affair retiring a 17th place finish.

Coming from the back row in his heat on Saturday night, Chase scored a 4th place finish sending him into the main event with an 11th place starting spot. Working his way into the top ten, Junghans reeled in his best finish of the week with an 8th place outing.

Competing in the final night of the Keyser Manufacturing Wild West Shootout, Chase Junghans was one of fifty-three entries signed in for the top prize of $11,000. Following a 4th place heat finish from the 7th place starting position, Junghans transferred into the main event with an 8th row starting spot. With 50-laps to work his way to the front, Chase logged a 17th place finish in Sunday night’s program. (Tom Macht Photo)

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January 10th, 2016 - Chase Junghans Wins NQ Pro Power Dash
aKicking off the 2016 season, Chase Junghans headed to USA Raceway (Tucson, Arizona) on Saturday for the 10th Annual Keyser Manufacturing Wild West Shootout. Drawing sixty Super Late Models for the opening night event, Chase failed to make the feature from his 5th row starting spot in his heat. Following a 8th place performance in his heat, Junghans would need a 3rd spot or better in his B-Main to make the $5,000-to-win feature. Coming up three spots short, Chase Junghans night was over after placing 6th in his consolation event.

The following night in a field of fifty-seven cars, Junghans logged another 6th place heat finish transferring him into the B-Main. Failing to finish 3rd or better, Chase was sent to the $1,000-to-win Pro Power Dash for the non-qualifiers. Bringing home the dash win, Junghans elected to accept the $1,000 payday rather than start on the tail of the $5,000-to-win A-Main. (Tom Macht Photo)

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