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Kenny Tremont Jr. Successfully Defends Mr. DIRT Track U.S.A. Victory

Saturday night brought some of the toughest Big Block Modified racers in the Northeast to Lebanon Valley for the annual visit for the Super DIRTcar Series. Mr. DIRT Track U.S.A. would prove to be a tough one for those who haven’t been regulars. By virtue of the redraw, Ronnie Johnson started from the pole with Brett Hearn alongside. Hearn is a tough out on a regular basis, but Ronnie was able to get the jump on Hearn and settle into the lead. The early portions of the race were run in a stop-and-start fashion. First, Mike Mahaney slowed in turns 3 and 4 with a mechanical issue. On the frontstretch, the car appeared to lock up. That created a situation where Brian Berger and Jack Lehner