Reay rules Tri-City, Eastern IMCA Allstars Modifieds

PORTLAND, Mich. (June 23) – After winning $2,000 on Friday night, Jeffrey Reay came up just three dollars short of matching that career-topping total in the second installment of the Eastern IMCA Allstars the following Wednesday. Reay led all 30 laps of the June 18 IMCA Modified feature at Tri-City Motor Speedway. He outran defending Dirt Works Eastern Region champion Mitchell Hunt and former regional king A.J. Ward to the $1,997 checkers on June 23 at Thunderbird Raceway. “We’ve got some tough guys we run against,” said Reay, one of 28 entries at Auburn, one of 37 at Muskegon and already on the Fast Shafts All-Star Invitational ballot. “We’re going to keep taking the wins as we get them and not get a big head on us.”  He’d started outside pole at Tri-City and dueled with Ward before winning ahead of Brenten DeYoung. Reay motored from fourth starting and caught Kody Johnson for the front spot en route to his fourth win of the season at Thunderbird.  “It was fun. It was a fun track,” [Read More]