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Chad Strawn scores OSCAAR Hanover Holiday Modified feature victory

He wasn’t the first driver to cross the finish line, but following a disqualification in post-race technical inspection, Chad Strawn has his second career OSCAAR Hanover Holiday Modified victory in hand.

 

Max Beyore won the first heat ahead of Gary McLean, Davey Terry, Strawn, John Harper, Tommy Robb and Bill Burrows.

 

Kevin Job won the second heat ahead of Ryan Dick, Gary Elliott, Dustin Jackson, Drew Stieler and Jessica Spicer.

 

Come feature time, Dustin Jackson would start on pole behind the wheel of his No. 61 Winchester Arms English Pub (Dundas, ON), Let the Fur Fly Pet Salon (Barrie, ON), Milne Transport (SSM), Wardlaw Heating and Cooling (SSM), Project Track Champion Access Motorsports, Frankie’s Towing, Union Limousine, Steel City Motorsports and J & J Promotions Modified ahead of Strawn, Elliott, Dick, Job, Beyore, McLean, Terry, Stieler, Spicer, Harper and Burrows.

 

On the drop of the green flag, Chad Strawn would put the No. 77 Dry Tech, Caliber Environmental, Asbestos Environmental, Mold Tech, Safe Tech, Concrobium, Benefect, DryIt, Accu-Star Environmental, EiBach, Terco Construction, I&I Construction, McGowan Insulation, Abatement Technologies, Environmental Services Group, Whitby Carpet Cleaners, GTA’s Finest, VaporTek, Northern Performance, P.J. Larkin Salvage, Tires 2U, LimZak, Dome Insulation and Wickens Dry Ice Blasting Modified out front while Jackson battled with Elliott for second. Elliott would grab the spot, with Dick, Job and McLean following him through. Job would then get by Elliott for second while Beyore, Robb, Terry, Harper, and Stieler also made their way by Jackson before the first caution came out for Spicer spinning in turn two.

 

On the restart, Strawn would once again get out front, now ahead of Job, Elliott, McLean, Dick and Beyore as Jackson battle with Robb for seventh. Robb would get the spot, bringing Harper, Dick and Terry through with him. At the same time at the front, Job would get alongside Strawn for the lead, passing him before the second caution for debris.

 

Job would get a good restart to keep the No. 26 Modified out front ahead of Strawn while Elliott battled with McLean for third. Elliott would hold off McLean for the spot while Dick and Beyore battled for fifth with five laps to go.

 

Kevin Job would cross the finish line first ahead of the field, however was disqualified in post-race technical inspection, therefore stripped of the win. As a result, Chad Strawn would score the victory ahead of Gary Elliott, Gary McLean, Max Beyore, Ryan Dick, John Harper, Davey Terry, Tommy Robb, Dustin Jackson and Drew Stieler.

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