LM: Joey Dennewitz Odessa summary

UNLUCKY 13 FOR DENNEWITZ IN ODESSA Odessa, MO- Joey Dennewitz and his Eagle Motorsports/ Owens Corning ASA Late Model were taken out of contention only 13 laps into the Kansas City Star 100 at the treacherous I-70 Speedway in Odessa, Missouri...

UNLUCKY 13 FOR DENNEWITZ IN ODESSA

Odessa, MO- Joey Dennewitz and his Eagle Motorsports/ Owens Corning ASA Late Model were taken out of contention only 13 laps into the Kansas City Star 100 at the treacherous I-70 Speedway in Odessa, Missouri Saturday night.

Qualifying 19th of 29 cars attempting to make the field with a lap of 17.450 seconds at a speed of 115 mph, Dennewitz quickly moved to 13th in only 13 laps.

"I was just riding around out there settling in. This place is so fast and so awesome, I was just having fun running around here checking my Owens Corning machine out and watching for the next wreck in front of me" said Dennewitz.

After avoiding two wrecks in the first 10 laps contact from another car sent Dennewitz into the turn one wall ending his night early on the high bank of turn two finishing 24th in the unofficial results.

"I was doing my best to stay out of trouble and be patient. We were doing a great job there with the pink panther just chilling out, but we got tore up just like a bunch of other good racecars. This Eagle Motorsports/ Owens Corning team is working real hard every week improving, I just wish some results would start to show" said Dennewitz.

The next race for Dennewitz and his Eagle Motorsports/ Owens Corning team will be July 1st at Kalamazoo Speedway in Kalamazoo, MI for the Kalamazoo 100 Presented by Tough Coat Powder Coatings a part of the ASA Late Model Series Mid-Michigan Double weekend Presented by the Michigan Racing Scene that also includes the Snap-On Tools 100 Presented by Lane Automotive and Q106 FM at the Calhoun County Speedway in Springport, MI on July 2nd.

For more information on Joey Dennewitz and the ASA Late Model Series please visit www.joeydennewitz.com and www.asalatemodels.com.

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