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June 26, 2020 - Gunnar Setser Claims Third Straight Win of 2020
1 Fresh off a two-win weekend, Gunnar Setser carried that momentum into Friday night's event at U.S. 24 Speedway in Logansport, Indiana. When the night endned, he had parked Midwest Tube Mills No. G5 Setser Fabricating entry in Victory Lane for the third time this season.

Mechanical issues in his heat race left Gunnar starting the feature from the tail. Despite starting deep in the field, Setser marched forward in the 25-lapper to claim his first Winged A-Class victory of the season. Gunnar crossed the finish line 1.330 second ahead of Seth Pugh, Collin Mitchell, Mason Hannagan, and David Conley Sr.

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June 20, 2020 - Gunnar Setser Doubles Down in Victory Lane at Circus City Speedway
1 Setser Racing returned to familiar territory over the weekend, with Gunnar Setser entering both the A-Class and Restricted A-Class during a doubleheader at Circus City Speedway in Peru, Indiana.

Action came to life on Friday night with Gunnar starting his outing by racing to a runner-up performance in his Restricted A-Class heat race. Earning the pole position on the starting grid for the feature, Setser raced to his first win of the season over Cole Coons, Caidyn Brinkman, Easton Zent, and Elijah Anderson.

In Friday's A-Class event, Setser recorded a third-place outing in his heat race, which positioned him ninth on the starting grid for the finale. The talented 11-year-old charged through the field to take the checkered flag in the runner-up spot behind Kole Kirkman. Ian Malicoat, Tyler Orr, and Judson Miller completed the Top-5 finishers.

Returning to Circus City Speedway on Saturday, Gunnar once again started his night with a second-place finish in his Restricted A-Class heat race. In the main event, Setser charged to his second victory in as many nights, crossing the finish line ahead of Carter Whaley, Rowan Partridge, Caidyn Brinkman, and Race Bible for the win.

The A-Class on Saturday found Gunnar registering a second place run in his heat race from third. Starting the A-Main in the sixth position, Setser advance two spots in the 20-lappper to finish third behind race winner Beau Brandon, and Kole Kirman. Blane Culp and Halen Shafer rounded out the Top-5 finishers.

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June 13, 2020 - Fourth Straight Top-5 at U.S. 24 Speedway for Gunnar Setser
1Gunnar Setser was back at U.S. 24 Speedway in Logansport, Indiana on Saturday night to compete in the A-Class Winged Micro division.

In a field of 17 entries, Gunnar qualified second overall and later finisher fourth in his heat race after starting third. Strating the A-Main in seventh, Setser advanced two spots to place fifth behind race winner Russ Disinger, Greyson Springer, Charlie Alle, and Stone Sharpe.

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June 6, 2020 - Gunnar Setser Lands Trio of Top-5's at U.S. 24 Speedway
1Gunnar Setser and Setser Racing made their first visit of the season to U.S. 24 Speedway in Logansport, Indiana over the weekend. Gunnar competed in both the Restricted A-Class and A-Class Winged Micro Sprint divisions.

On Friday night, Gunnar earned the sixth-starting spot on the grid for the A-Class Winged Micros division. He raced his way to a solid third-place finish in the 25-lap A-Main.

For the Restricted A-Class, Setser again earned the sixth-start position for the feature via preliminary events. In the A-Main, Gunnard advanced to another podium finish with a second-place outing.

Returning to U.S. 24 Speedway on Saturday, Gunnar battled mechical issues in the A-Class division throughout the night. After finishing ninth in his heat race, he went on to record a ninth-place finish in the feature.

In the Restricted A-Class division, Gunnar topped the speed charts in qualifying and went on to place second in his preliminary heat race after starting fourth. Starting the 25-lap A-Main in third, Gunnar raced to a fifth-place finish behind race winner Kayla Martin, Reed Miller, Easton Zent, and Garrett Sautter.

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