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Race Results from the Lucas Oil Off Road Racing Series at Speedworld

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Race recap from www.lucasoiloffroad.comFriday Qualifying:The final class on the track for qualifying was the UTV class. Chad George only needed three laps in his Funco/King Shocks Kawasaki to take the pole position, and he bettered his personal best time in each of these three laps. George eventually ended up with a best time of 1:03.213, taking his second pole of the day! Austin Kimbrell took

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