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MONDEIK DOMINATES AT GOLDEN SANDS TO CONTINUE BLISTERING WIN STREAK

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MONDEIK DOMINATES AT GOLDEN SANDS TO CONTINUE BLISTERING WIN STREAK

By Ernest Hinner | Rollspeed Media

Photo Credit: QC Willy Photography

Justin Mondeik continued his winning streak last night at Golden Sands Speedway in Plover, Wisconsin, after starting deep in the field on ‘Salute The Troops Night’. Scoring his seventh Super Late Model win in the past six weeks, he has now won two or more Features at three different tracks this season ‐ three at State Park Speedway, along with two at both Norway Speedway and Golden Sands Speedway.

Starting the 50‐lap race in the 11th spot, Mondeik quickly moved his way through the field, avoiding a few cautions along the way. On lap 19, he passed Gabe Sommers to take control of the race, and soon distanced himself from the field. “Our Toby Car was great again tonight. We are feeling good about our
unload‐speed here, and haven’t had to change much. Always makes the night a little easier.”

Last night was Mondeik’s 25th Super Late Model event so far in 2021, competing at seven different tracks – including multiple podium finishes at the World Series of Asphalt at New Smyrna Speedway back in February.

“We are racing everywhere we can right now, sometimes three tracks per week,” said Mondeik. This workload has been important in his development over the past four years, as he looks to move up into the NASCAR ranks. “I have learned so much in the past few years. Building our own race cars, suspension
setups, brake timing, and throttle control have been the main focus with Toby (Nuttleman). I’m just trying to build good habits before making the next leap,” he explained.

After receiving news that today’s ARCA Midwest Tour race was cancelled, Justin and his family‐owned team are now headed to Marshfield Motor Speedway ‐ where he had a strong 2nd place finish last month for the TUNDRA Bev Aschenbrenner Memorial.

Justin Mondeik’s Facebook is DeMonRacing44 and Twitter is JustinMondeik44.

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Photo Credit: QC Willy Photography

By Ernest Hinner | Rollspeed Media

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