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Update: Mike lost in the first round of eliminations this morning to the #2 qualifier, Jegs automotive owner Troy Coughlin. by a MOV of 0.053 sec (approximately 19'). Mike cut the better light and lead the first 1/2, they were dead even at 1/2 track and Coughlin's turbocharged car then pulled ahead for the win at the lights.

I will get to visit with and watch Mike race in two weeks at ZMax in Charlotte.
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Update: Mike lost in the first round of eliminations this morning to the #2 qualifier, Jegs automotive owner Troy Coughlin. by a MOV of 0.053 sec (approximately 19'). Mike cut the better light and lead the first 1/2, they were dead even at 1/2 track and Coughlin's turbocharged car then pulled ahead for the win at the lights.

I will get to visit with and watch Mike race in two weeks at ZMax in Charlotte.
Disappointing, yes. But still, he's living the life.
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