Mullen can’t be caught at Seymour 

By Dave Panske

SEYMOUR, Wis. (April 19) – There was no catching Mike Mullen in Sunday’s Budweiser IMCA Modified feature at Seymour Speedway.

Mullen drew the outside front row start and beat polesitter Jerry Wilinski to the lead at the start. He pulled away from the field until a lap nine caution.

A final caution on lap 16 set up a four-lap dash. Mullen was still in control and led to the finish with Brad Lautenbach taking the runner-up finish. Marcus Yarie was third.

Travis Van Straten picked up his first Coors Light IMCA Stock Car Seymour feature win of the season and second for the weekend, having won at Shawano the night before.

Defending track champion Jeremy Cota held off all challenges to capture his second O’Reilly Auto Parts IMCA Northern SportMod feature win of the young season with J.J. Anderson holding off Lucas Lamberies for the runner-up spot.

Prior to the start of the night, NEW DIRT presented Rod Snellenberger with a plaque commemorat­ing his 200th career IMCA Stock Car feature victory the week before.

There will be no racing next Sunday, April 26 at Seymour Speedway because of the annual FFA Auction at the fairgrounds.  A full program will return on Sunday, May 3.