He was one of the last few holdouts running an Open motor wherever he went in a Modified - and won several races in that effort - but made the switch to a Crate five races ago. He has three wins in that span, including Tuesday night's Hawkeye Dirt Tour race at Dubuque Speedway. He was seventh at Southern Iowa Speedway last week and drove to fifth from a B-main at Knoxville. I'd say he's taking to the Crate just fine.
DUBUQUE — When the IMCA Hawkeye Dirt Tour Modified main event was finished on Tuesday night at Dubuque Speedway, Modified legend Kelly Shryock — who finished second and is leading the HDT points — called Justin Kay “the king of Dubuque.”The Wheatland driver — who scored his first of so many IMCA Late Model wins at the 1/4-mile — came from eighth starting position to eventually win by almost a straightaway on Tuesday to go back-to-back in HDT races at Dubuque.
IOWA CITY — The Iowa Board of Regents released 2018 budgets for the three state universities on Tuesday, including those for the athletic departments. The University of Iowa once again has the highest budget at a little more than $117 million for 2018, which is an increase of $3.6 million from 2017’s budget.
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