Lisa DeLeeuw would race hard in the feature to come home in the 17th position.


DeLeeuw would start the night off by finishing eighth and sixth in her heats.


DeLeeuw would start the feature on pole and run up front for the opening laps, before being passed and dropping back through the field. She would fall a lap down before just halfway, however kept racing hard to come home in 17th.


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