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He entered the final lap chasing down Ben Schmidt, a multi-time champion in 360-sprint action.
Perhaps hardened by the challenges endured, Nimee started tonights Raymond Neeve Memorial A-main event in the 8th spot, and then methodically picked off car after car to work his way into contention in the closing laps of the race.
Mattson would take the early lead and though Tim Cox challenged him, he never gave up the position. Kris Spitz and Scotty Thiel completed the top ten finishers.
As the dust settled it was Jordan Mattson standing victorious over Tim Cox. Jake Kouba charged from his 9th place starting position to finish in 5th. In earlier action, Phillip Mock, the winner of two local 410 sprints shows here at Wilmot raceway, handedly won the B-main. Schultz was second in the B-main followed by Russel Borland, and Kyle Marten in the transfer spots.
Heat race one would be dominated by a pair of veterans as Tim Cox would win over Doug Schenck. Nimee was able to work under Daun in turn two as the pair nearly bumped wheels.
Former Mini Sprint standout Nick Petska would finish in 3rd with Matt Vandervere and Natalie Klemko in 4th and 5th respectively. Nimee then was able to squirt ahead with the second position, and now had four laps to catch Schmidt.
Underway again Schmidt was still in control at the halfway point with Daun still frantically looking for a way to the lead.
The first of these for a gathering between Scott Biertzer, and Brian Kristan, while the later caution involved Alden who came to a rest on the front stretch while running in the top five.
Officially Nimees first career Bumper to Bumper IRA Outlaw Sprint series victory goes into the record books with a margin of .068 seconds. For Schmidt, it was his third second place performance of the 2015 season in addition to his first career IRA victory at Beaver Dam.
Though his win streak is at an end he still had made the podium at every show so far.
The series now heads to Schmidts hometrack, the Sheboygan County Fairpark, and he brings with him, plenty of momentum. Balog piloting his Hans Lein owned #2 machine had won all four of his IRA appearances this year heading into tonights action.
The B feature saw Derek Crane charge from 5th to the lead and grab the win. Jeremy Schultz made an impressive drive fro 18th to fifth, advancing the most positions during the contest.
Jimmy Sivia brought his 91 home in 2nd followed by Greg Olson and Vince Bartolotta. Bill Rose, the point leader heading into the program, made a surprise appearance in a Chris Hartnell owned ride this evening.