Iowa’s Cody Thompson started another week of racing with another win. On Monday night he rolled into Clay County Fair Speedway (Spencer, Iowa), where he rolled out with his 17th win of 2020 in his Maaske Motorsports No. 25c Razor Chassis Northern Sport Mod.
With 33 entries on hand, Cody raced to his heat race victory, which earned him the fourth-starting spot for the feature. In the main event he drove away from the field to pick up his 17th win of the 2020 campaign. Justin Klynsma, Doug Smith, John Klynsma and Brian Osantowski completed the Top-5 finishers.
On Tuesday and Wednesday evening Cody competed at Hamilton County Speedway (Webster City, Iowa) in the Great American Stock Car Shootout. The opening night found 38 entries on hand, and Cody earned a spot in Wednesday night’s finale after racing to a third-place finish in his heat race. Additionally, he earned a spot in the night’s Dash for Cash, where he finished second.
On Wednesday evening, when action resumed at the 1/2-mile oval, Cody raced from the eighth-starting spot in the feature to a third-place finish behind Ty Griffith and Doug McCullough.
On Thursday night the team rolled into Stuart Speedway (Stuart, Iowa), where the Ron Little Memorial was held. Thirty entries registered for battle, and after advancing from fifth to second in his heat race, Cody started 10th in the $1,000-to-win feature. He went on to advance to a fourth-place finish behind race winner Brayton Carter, Josh Most and Cam Reimers.
Action continued on Friday evening at I-80 Speedway, where Thompson motored to his 18th victory of 2020. A sixth-place finish in his heat race left Cody starting 11th on the grid for the finale. He overcame his poor starting spot to charge through the field en route to the victory at the 4/10-mile oval. Kevin Zeitner, Matthew Andrews, Devyn Peterson and Kayden Dirks completed the Top-5 finishers.
Cody brought his busy week of racing to a close on Sunday evening at Benton County Speedway (Vinton, Iowa). A fifth-place finish in in his heat race positioned Thompson in the 17th-starting spot for the feature. He advanced fifteen positions to cross the finish line in second behind Brayton Carter.