$26,000 Rudeen Foundation Race Belongs To Larson

PLYMOUTH, Wis. – Seven months through the 2020 season, Kyle Larson winning a major-league dirt track race has become about as sure an occurrence in life as death or taxes. In his first appearance at the Plymouth Dirt Track, Larson stormed past polesitter and early leader Gio Scelzi in heavy traffic on lap 12, then fended off a hard-charging Kerry Madsen during the middle stages. “I was just making a lot of mistakes, but the track was tough, so I didn’t know how close second was to me,” Larson added. Larson quickly shook Dominic Scelzi and Cory Eliason, but by the end of lap two, Gio Scelzi had opened up more than a second’s lead over the Elk Grove, Calif., native at the head of the field. But while Gio Scelzi faded, Madsen was coming in a hurry with the Big Game Motorsports No.

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