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McCarl Excited to Have Stewart at Huset's with Outlaws



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Huset's all-time win leader Terry McCarl of Altoona, IA is psyched for Wednesday's World of Outlaws race. He won it back in 2006 against the big boys and has won 92 other time on the Brandon dirt track. But this year's event is unique because of the appearance of 3-time NASCAR champion Tony Stewart. McCarl and track owner Steve Rubin are both excited to see what Stewart will do against the Outlaws and the local stars.
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