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KTM’s Tim Farr Continues Winning Streak at Dixieland Speedway

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opening.jpgFarr extended his lead significantly each lap leading to a convincing winElizabeth City, NC – Eleven-time and reigning Pro ATV Champion, Tim Farr, continued his win streak with his third consecutive win in a row at the Dixieland Speedway in Elizabeth City, NC. The Dixieland Speedway has been a long time fixture on the ATVA EDT circuit and marked round six of the 2007 ATVA Extreme Dirt Track Series.

Farr started off the day well as he and his KTM rocketed off the start to grab the holeshot in his heat race. Darin Ogden followed Farr through turn one, but

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