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Daily Dirt 09/27/2022 12:47:21

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July 17
Red Cedar Speedway,
Menomonie, WI
Sanction: World of Outlaws Case Late Model Series - $10,000
Information provided by: Series reports (last updated July 18, 1:15 pm)
Marlar repels foes for WoO victory at Red Cedar
  1. Mike Marlar
  2. Ricky Weiss
  3. Dennis Erb Jr.
  4. Shane Clanton
  5. Jimmy Mars
  6. Max Blair
  7. Tanner English
  8. Chad Mahder
  9. Billy Moyer
  10. Brent Larson
  11. Gordy Gundaker
  12. Josh Richards
  13. Boom Briggs
  14. Sam Mars
  15. Jake Timm
  16. Mike Prochnow
  17. John Kaanta
  18. Jeff Massingill
  19. Lance Matthees
  20. Ryan Gustin
  21. James Giossi
  22. Spencer Diercks
  23. Jesse Glenz
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Mike Marlar races to victory at Red Cedar Speedway.
What won the race: Fending off challenges from Ricky Weiss and Ryan Gustin, Mike Marlar of Winfield, Tenn., powered to a $10,000 World of Outlaws Case Late Model Series victory Sunday at Red Cedar Speedway. Marlar assumed command from Weiss on lap six and paced the remainder of the 40-lap feature, pulling away during the late stages to take the checkered flag a commanding 4.922 seconds ahead of Weiss.
Key notes: Marlar, the 2018 series champion, notched his 10th career tour victory. It was his second this season on the WoO circuit; his previous win was also in Wisconsin, a $50,000 score on May 7 at Fountain City's Mississippi Thunder Speedway. ... Weiss took the lead coming out of the first corner on the opening lap after starting fifth, but his run in front lasted only five circuits. He fell back to third on lap eight but regained second place for good when the 11th-starting Gustin retired with driveline trouble on lap 28 while chasing Marlar. ... Points leader Dennis Erb Jr. finished third, grabbing the spot from Shane Clanton on the final lap. ... Second-starting Tanner English wasn't a factor as he lost two spots on the opening lap and went on to finish seventh. ... Red Cedar hosted the tour the for the third time.
On the move: Jimmy Mars of Menomonie, Wis., started 16th and finished fifth at his hometown track.
Winner's sponsors: Marlar’s Longhorn Chassis is sponsored by Delk Equipment Sales, Rockets Convenience Plus, Tri-Rivers Enterprise (Mark and Kim Dotson), Auto Parts 4 Less, Mesilla Valley Transportation, Capital Capsigns, VP Racing Fuels, Stanley Best Heating & Aiar, Midwest Sheet Metal and Bilstein.
Points chase: After Red Cedar: 1. Dennis Erb Jr. (3,446); 2. Max Blair (3,276); 3. Tanner English (3,262); 4. Ryan Gustin (3,096); 5. Brent Larson (3,050); 6. Josh Richards (3,042); 7. Gordy Gundaker (2,996); 8. Boom Briggs (2,914); 9. Kyle Hammer (2,382); 10. Shane Clanton (2,066).
Current weather: Clear, 84°F
Car count: 26
Fast qualifier: Tanner English
Time: 16.093 seconds
Polesitter: Mike Marlar
Heat race winners: Tanner English, Mike Marlar, Dennis Erb Jr.
Consolation race winners: Jake Timm
Next series race: July 25, Boone Speedway (Boone, IA) $20,000
Editor's note: Results and race details are unofficial.

Feature lineup

Row 1: Marlar, English
Row 2: Glenz, D. Erb
Row 3: Weiss, Giossi
Row 4: S. Mars, Mahder
Row 5: Prochnow, Blair
Row 6: Gustin, Massingill
Row 7: Clanton, Moyer
Row 8: Larson, J. Mars
Row 9: Gundaker, Kaanta
Row 10: Timm, Briggs
Row 11: Diercks, Matthees
Row 12: Richards

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