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Auto racing: It was good night at KRA Speedway for this trio

Cody Hatch, Kyle Dykhoff and Peter Martin all win their A Feature races

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WILLMAR — Three area drivers took home first-place finishes in their respective divisions on Thursday night at KRA Speedway.

Cody Hatch of Olivia won the A Feature race in the Pure Stock Division.

In Wissota Street Stocks, Kyle Dykhoff of Starbuck took the A Feature.

Peter Martin of Willmar captured first place in the Hornet Division A Feature.

KRA Speedway is host to Boy Scout Night and the Meet the Drivers Night at 7 p.m. Thursday. It’s the second-to-last racing night of the 2022 season, with the season wrapping up Sept. 8.

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Pure Stock
Heat 1 – (1) Cody Hatch, Olivia … (2) Ty Schuler, Montevideo … (3) Sophie Anderson, Chokio
Heat 2 – (1) Chris Isdal, Spicer … (2) Jared Kelm, Murdock … (3) Brady Schultz, Atwater
A feature – (1) Hatch, Olivia … (2) Justin Peterson, Hancock … (3) Kelm, Murdock
WISSOTA Modifieds
Heat 1 – (1) Shane Sabraski, Rice … (2) Brian Haben, Appleton … (3) Don Eischens, Richmond
A feature – (1) Sabraski, Rice … (2) Eischens, Richmond … (3) Haben, Appleton
WISSOTA Midwest Mods
Heat 1 – (1) Jake Smith, St. Joseph … (2) Justin VanEps, Kandiyohi … (3) Kyle Thell, Foley
Heat 2 – (1) Justin Bjorklund, Glenwood … (2) Corey Mehrwerth, St. Stephen … (3) Jake Frericks, Grove City
A feature – (1) Smith, St. Joseph … (2) Bjorklund, Glenwood … (3) Thell, Foley
WISSOTA Mod Four
Heat 1 – (1) Tommy Bawden, Clear Lake … (2) Keith Thell, Clear Lake … (3) Dustin Holtquist, St. Cloud
A feature – (1) Thell, Clear Lake … (2) Tyler Larson, Kandiyohi … (3) Dean Larson, Pennock
WISSOTA Super Stock
Heat 1 – (1) Dexton Koch, Becker … (2) Andrew Hedtke, Grove City … (3) Shawn Fernkes, Pennock
Heat 2 – (1) Zach Schultz, Grove City … (2) Jacob Knapper, Montevideo … (3) Gary Husmann, Litchfield
A feature – (1) Sabraski, Rice … (2) Koch, Becker … (3) Knapper, Montevideo
WISSOTA Street Stock
Heat 1 – (1) Kyle Dykhoff, Starbuck … (2) Justin Vogel, Brooten … (3) Kagan Stueve, Greenwald
Heat 2 – (1) Braden Brauer, Eyota … (2) Maria Broksieck, Goodwin, S.D. … (3) Ethan Liams, Kandiyohi
A feature – (1) Dykhoff, Starbuck … (2) Vogel … (3) Zachary Flickinger, Madison
WISSOTA Hornet
Heat 1 – (1) Peter Martin, Willmar … (2) Justin Schelitzche, Waconia … (3) Jeff Rohner, Willmar.
A feature – (1) Martin, Willmar … (2) Schelitzche, Waconia … (3) Rohner, Willmar

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