Ty Dillon Wins Another ARCA Race with Mallory Ignition
If you have been watching the ARCA action unfold this year on speedways across the country, chances are, you've seen Ty Dillon win a race.
The young driver from Richard Childress Racing Development Chevrolet won his 5th ARCA race of 2011 this weekend in the Prairie Meadows 200 from Iowa Speedway. Mallory Ignition would like to congratulate him and his team on their record breaking 193 laps lead victory. The top 5 was rounded out by Cale Gale in second, followed by Chris Buescher, Grant Enfinger and Tim George Jr., who won the Pocono ARCA 200 earlier this season. Chris Buescher, from the Reliance Tool/David Ragan Ford, has had an incredible season so far with 8 top 5 finishes.
Mallory Ignition is thrilled to be involved in the excitement this year with our ARCA mandated CT Pro Ignition Trays. Check out our ARCA insider's exclusive photo albums from the races on our performance facebook.
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