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McFadden Wins 2nd Career All Star Event

A year ago, James McFadden blew into Fremont Speedway and earned his first University of Northwestern Ohio All Star Circuit of Champions victory. The Brisbane, Australia resident returned to Fremont Saturday and led all 30 laps to capture his second career series win on Abdoo Brothers Demolition Night.

In fact, in the past 48 hours McFadden has two podium finishes with the All Stars, having captured a third place run Friday at Plymouth Speedway.

McFadden will try to make it a sweep as the UNOH All Stars are back at Fremont Speedway Sunday for a 50-lap $10,000-to-win affair which will be the series 118th appearance at “The Track That Action Built.”

“The cautions fell right for me. The car was awesome on the bottom. The track took a little rubber there at the end and thankfully I found it. There’s just something about this track that suits my driving style,” said McFadden beside his Gaerte Engines, XYZ Machining, Red Line Oil, All Star Performance backed #3G.

“The guys gave me a great car. It’s great to be back in the States and we’re picking up right where we left off last year,” added McFadden.

Local driver Cap Henry, who spent four years chasing the UNOH All Star title, continued his hot streak of late. After winning features at Attica and Fremont last weekend, the Bellevue, Ohio driver would take home the runner-up honors.

“I knew James would be hard to beat. On that last restart he had found the rubber and I just didn’t have anything for him. This is a great run for the Genzman Racing Team and we are going to get one of these All Star wins,” said Henry beside his Level Performance, Ludwig Propane, Kear’s Speed Shop, Handy Grafix backed #53.

Two time All Star champion Greg Wilson would drive from 11th to a third place finish.

“I love racing in front of these awesome fans. We crashed some cars earlier and we came back home and regrouped and Paul Kistler gives us an awesome motor and here we are. The track was racy and you can’t ask for much better than that. We qualified better and I’m excited about tomorrow night,” said Wilson beside his Hercules Tire, DNC Hydraulics, All Star Plumbing Heating and Cooling, Ohio Logistics, Gear Alloy Wheels backed #W20.

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