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Brauner rides momentum to another Off Road win

first_imgBy Randy Pospishil [email protected] Hadcock finished second, just ahead of Hoskinson. “It’s kind of nerve wracking starting all the way back there, with a lot of tough cars to pass,” Brauner said. “You need a lot of patience when you start that far back.” The task for a driver navigating a journey through the field includes trying to pass experienced drivers and avoiding getting caught up in situations causing cautions which, for Brauner, meant catching up to John Hadcock, who led 14 straight laps until Brauner was able to make his way into the front three cars before eventually passing Jeremy Hoskinson with six laps remaining. Ben Sukup made his move, passing race leader Matt Haase on the outside during the restart follow­ing the second of three cautions in the IMCA Sunoco Late Model feature, then opened up a straightaway-length lead over the field to win for the second time this season at Off Road Speed­way. “This was two wins in a row, after winning Friday night in Albion, and it’s two wins in a row here at Nor­folk, so we’ve got some momentum built up,” Brauner said. “I hope we can continue the momen­tum and keep winning like we are as the season winds down.”  In the IMCA Sunoco Hobby Stock feature, Shannon Pospisil took the lead on a restart following a caution five laps into the 15-lap race and held it for the win.  NORFOLK, Neb. (Aug. 1) – Austin Brauner started in the seventh of nine rows and finished first in the Saturday night IMCA Sunoco Stock Car feature at Off Road Speedway.  Brauner then caught up to Hadcock and passed on the inside of turn two before establishing a solid lead during the final three laps for the win. Colby Langenberg led the way to the checkers in the Karl Kustoms Northern SportMods.last_img read more


Rafa’s boys backed for the drop

first_img Oddschecker: ‘Unusual circumstances’ fail to hinder Royal Ascot traffic July 23, 2020 Despite rumblings of a substantial financial takeover of the club, Newcastle United are proving popular with punters when it comes to relegation betting.Oddschecker has revealed that The Magpies have attracted 31% of all total bets on which team will be relegated come the end of the season, with trouble in paradise looming over St James’ Park.A string of poor performances for Rafa Benitez’ side has seen them slide into the bottom three without a great deal of optimism for the Geordies.Picking up just 15 points after 18 games, the Toon are struggling to perform consistently under the stewardship of Benitez, with only West Brom and Swansea City faltering below them in the table.The Magpies can still be backed best price at 3/1 with our bookmakers and are proving popular with punters, with the second most popular team for the drop being Southampton with 22% of bets.Newcastle can be found shortest price at 13/8 to be relegated following a dismal run of results, a far cry from the opening line of 5/1 at the start of the season.Oddschecker spokesman George Elek said: “It’s not all smiles and rainbows on Tyneside at the moment, with Newcastle struggling to gain any momentum or traction in the Premier League.“Punters through Oddschecker are backing the Magpies to go down in their droves, despite the proposed takeover by Amanda Stavely and her consortium.”This Saturday Newcastle host fellow battlers West Ham United in a tie that could shape the relegation battle heading into 2018. Submit StumbleUpon Related Articles Fun88 drives cricket engagement through CPL deal August 4, 2020 FUN88 secures Newcastle United extension July 20, 2020 Share Sharelast_img read more