Dycus doubles up, sweeps Hella Shrine Classic
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July 29, 2017  |  by Keith Pirtle

The Touring Outlaw Modified Series rolled into famous half-mile Devil's Bowl Speedway on Saturday with 26 USRA Modifieds checked in for the second night of the Hella Shrine Classic.

Triston Dycus proved he was up for the task again. Starting eighth in his heat race, he ran to a second-place finish. Rolling on the track for the 25-lap Day Motor Sports feature, Dycus drew the pole position.

At the drop of the green he made the bottom line groove work. With early pressure from Wendell Bolden, Dycus held strong and Bolden then had to battle a hard-charging Skip O’Neal for the number two spot.

O’Neal took his shot at Dycus but every time there was a battle for the lead Dycus seemed hit the extra gear to stay strong.

After a late caution which tightened the field up, Troy Taylor took his shot but just could not quite make it work.

After winning Friday night at the RPM Speedway, Dycus completed the weekend sweep leading all 25 laps of Saturday's main event.

The Touring Outlaw Modified Series will next race on Aug 5 at Southern Oklahoma Speedway.



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