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April 20, 2019 - Junghans Dominates MLRA Opener at Davenport
aChase Junghans picked up his first victory of 2019 in convincing fashion on Friday night in his Shop Quik Convenience Stores #18 Bozard Ford Lincoln/XR1 Rocket Chassis/ Clements Racing Engine Super Late Model. (Mike Ruefer photo)

"We have been working hard on our program. We got our butts kicked a couple weeks ago at Farmer City, so my guys have been working really hard at the shop. I just can't thank them guys enough,” Junghans noted. “It definitely feels good to get the first win of the year, hopefully we can start ticking them off. This win is dedicated to everyone who supports our race team.”

Friday night found Chase Junghans in action at Davenport Speedway (Davenport, Iowa), where he was competing in a field of 26 Lucas Oil Midwest Late Model Racing Association (MLRA) entries. Chase started his night by setting fast time in qualifications and backed it up with heat race victory to earn the pole position for the opening night feature.

Leading flag-to-flag in the 30 lapper, Chase Junghans cruised to his first win of the season topping Hudson O’Neal, Jordan Yaggy, Chad Simpson, and Chris Simpson. He earned a $5,000 payday for his first-career Lucas Oil MLRA triumph.

aThe following night at 34 Raceway (West Burlington, Iowa), the team entered the 11th annual Slocum 50. With 37 entries on hand for the memorial event, Junghans secured his spot into the $10,555-to-win finale with a sixth-place finish in his heat. Starting the finale in the 19th position, Chase passed ten cars in the 50-lapper to advance to a ninth-place finish.

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April 6, 2019 - Pair of Top 10 Finishes in Illini 100 at Farmer City
aThe World of Outlaws Morton Buildings Late Model Series picked back up on Friday night at Farmer City Raceway (Farmer City, Illinois) for the 12th annual Illini 100 presented by Douglas Dodge. With 36 Super Late Models on hand for the two-day event, Chase Junghans followed up the third fastest time in his qualifying group with a 3rd place finish in his heat. Earning the 9th-starting position for the $6,000-to-win A-Main, Junghans passed two cars in the 25-lapper to place 7th.

aReturning on Saturday evening, Chase failed to qualify for the finale via his heat race and B-Main forcing him to rely on a provisional into the main event. With $15,000 on the line, Chase Junghans improved 14 spots in the 75-lap affair reeling in a 9th place finish. (Josh James Artwork)

Chase is currently tied for third in the latest World of Outlaw point standings. For more results from these events, please visit