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Mayhem Madness Goes To Kay

DAVENPORT, Iowa — With a unique racing format, Mayhem Madness gave drivers from five different classes a chance to compete against one another at the same time.

This was the first time the event was held at Davenport Speedway.

Justin Kay continued his winning ways by taking the 75-lap main. To keep the competition equal, Kay’s late model had to complete more laps than the slower classes.

The 4-cylinder cars with their five-lap advantage held the early lead. Local racer Cyle Hawkins and Rick Zifko led the first 26 laps.

Jeff Struck Jr., with his three-lap handicap moved into first on lap 27. Struck had his Street Stock on top of the scoring pylon until lap 53, when Kay took the lead.

Once in front, Kay still had to carefully pick his way through traffic in the remaining laps.

At the checkers, Kay held a 12-second lead over second place Struck. The SportMods of Justin Veloz and Chad Coyne were third and fourth, respectively. Cyle Hawkins finished fifth.