Wheatland, Missouri- Instead of slowing down with age, Mike Striegel seems to be picking up speed. Coming off his first Lucas Oil Speedway track championship in 2015, in the USRA B-Modified divsion, Striegel finished a solid third in the USRA Modified chase at his hometown track in 2016.
"I think we did pretty well," the driver known by his fans as the "Wheatland Outlaw" said in reviewing the season. "We ended up third in points, which was pretty good with what we had, running a 604 crate engine against some of those $20,000 and $30,000 spec motors.
"I think we