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Harry Kresser of Sandusky, Ohio, raced during one of the most competitive times in the history of Fremont Speedway. Kresser always was a contender for a win, and he claimed six checkered flags during his career. In the 1970s, hall-of-famer Jim Linder was winning most of the features at Fremont Speedway, promoting promoter Gary Kern, a hall-of-fame inductee, to put a cash bounty up for someone to beat Linder. It was Kresser, in that powder-blue #31, who would claim the bounty!

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