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April 2, 2013

Ken de la Bastide: Allmendinger returns to open wheel

(Continued)



In other racing news

The McGunegill Engine Performance Late Models will open the season at Anderson Speedway at 7 p.m. Saturday along with the first appearance of the Street Stocks.

Former Indy 500 driver Chet Fillip is slated to compete in the first two MEP races of the season. Fillip is the only driver to have won both the Pay Less Little 500 and the Anderson 400.

Last weekend Paul Phipps and Nick Warner treated fans to a classic battle in the Front Wheel Drive oval division. Phipps emerged the winner with Warner close behind. Could be more of the same on Saturday.

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