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Sep 26, 2016 12:47 AM EDT
‘The Hurricane’ Shreds Outlaw Fall Nationals & Siri’s Shot At Sunoco $25,000
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For Immediate Release – September 26th, 2016 – Don Romeo photo -
(Dundee, NY) – It has been a great year for Steve Paine at Outlaw Speedway, as well as a lucrative one recently.
Paine picked up several wins this season as well as locking up his ninth track championship. He picked up $5,000 for winning the 2016 track championship and matched that $5,000 with a victory in Saturday’s Outlaw Fall Nationals over track owner and promoter Tyler Siri.
The victory was Paine’s ninety-sixth of his career at Outlaw Speedway’s four-tenths-mile oval and dashed Siri’s opportunity to cash in on the Sunoco Outlaw Challenge. That challenge was worth a potential $25,000 bonus- but will now leave Siri and Paine as the only two drivers that can win the partial bonus of $12,500 at the Dutch Hoag Memorial in late October.
Siri took the lead on the opening lap in his efforts to try and sweep the Outlaw Summer Nationals, Fall Nationals and Dutch Hoag Memorial. The caution flag was displayed on lap seven for a spinning Eldon Payne Jr., which bunched up the field for a restart. . . .