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Varin picks up 358-modified victory at Fonda Speedway

Bobby Varin, won the 358-modified main event, puts the Palmer Service Center through the paces during warm-ups for Friday's race program at Fonda Speedway. Racing continues today with the big block modifieds battling in the Super DIRTCar Series 100-lap main event. (The Leader-Herald/James A. Ellis)

Bobby Varin, won the 358-modified main event, puts the Palmer Service Center through the paces during warm-ups for Friday's race program at Fonda Speedway. Racing continues today with the big block modifieds battling in the Super DIRTCar Series 100-lap main event. (The Leader-Herald/James A. Ellis)

FONDA — Bobby Varin has been on a late-season hot streak.

After picking up a pair of victories last weekend in the Palmer Service No. 76, Varin returned to Fonda Speedway Friday night and picked up the victory in the 35-lap King of Dirt 358 modified feature on the opening night of the Prelude to the Party Weekend Friday at Fonda Speedway.

Varin beat out Mike Maresca for the win, while Jessey Mueller was third followed by Elmo Reckner and Mike Mahaney. Marc Johnson, Josh Hohenforst, Allison Ricci, Rocky Warner and Brian Gleason completed the top 10.

Warner picked up the victory in the 30-lap KOD sportsman main event over David Constantino, Chad Edwards, Connor Cleveland and Tim Hartman Jr.

Mark Mortensen, Brian Pessolano, Willy Decker, Cody Clark and Tony Farone rounded out the top-10 finishers.

In the CRSA feature, Kyle Smith won over Jeff Trombley, Josh Pieniazek, Mike Kiser and Eddie Strade.

Gus Hollner took home the win in the 20-lap pro stock feature, edging Jim Normoyle by 0.712 seconds. Chuckie Dumblewski was third followed by Kenny Gates and Justin Knight.

Racing continues today at the speedway with the Super DIRTCar series big-block modifieds taking center stage in a 100-lap main event.

Also on the card in the Kramer Williamson Memorial for 360 sprint cars from the URC, ESS and PST traveling series, plus a DIRT series pro stock feature and street stocks.

Racing is slated to start at 7 p.m.

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