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TK Surges To 5th in Lunstra Motorsports Debut at NSL Opener

PETERSEN MEDIA- After closing out his West Coast swing on Wednesday night in Placerville, CA, Tim Kaeding headed to South Dakota to meet up with his Lunstra Motorsports team, and he would have a nice showing in his debut as he charged to a fifth place finish during the National Sprint League opener, earning KSE Hard Charger honors. 

“It was a really strong opening night for this team,” Kaeding said. “We got better each time we hit the track, and got out of the opener with a Top-5.” 

With 40 cars at the 34 Raceway in Burlingotn, IA for the series’ first ever event, Kaeding timed the Dammer Trucking/Folkens Bros. Trucking/Sioux Falls Ford No. 3 machine in 16th fastest. 

Lining up third in his heat race, the San Jose, CA pilot would do everything he could to hold his spot, and transfer into the feature event, but in the end he would slip back to finish sixth, and make a stop in the evening’s 12-lap semi. 

With the Yager Agriculture Supply/Matt’s Repair/Trac2Trail Arctic Cat backed No. 3 on the front row, Kaeding would never look back, as he powered to the lead, and won the race, putting the Lunstra Motorsports machine in the feature event, where he gridded the field in the 15th starting position. 

From the eighth row, TK did what TK does, and that is taking a liking to the high, scary side of the raceway, as the 34 Raceway curb was to his liking. Slicing his way through the field, Kaeding would pick up positions rapidly.

As the laps clicked off, Kaeding would get by Steve Kinser, Brian Brown, and Danny Lasoski to score a fifth place finish and earn KSE Hard Charger honors. 

“It was a great result considering how our night got started,” Kaeding said. “It was the first night together, so we knew there would be an adjustment period, and I am glad we made it work so quickly. I have to thank Dave Lunstra and all of his guys for their hard work, and this great opportunity.” 

The Lunstra Motorsports team would like to thank Dammer Trucking, Folkens Bros. Trucking, Sioux Falls Ford, Yager Agriculture Supply, Matt’s Repair, and Trac2Trail Arctic Cat for their support in 2015. 

ON TAP: TK and the Lunstra Motorsports team will be at the Knoxville Raceway on Saturday night for the 2015 season opening event.


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