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August 11
Cedar County Raceway,
Tipton, IA
Sanction: IMCA Deery Brothers Summer Series - $3,000
Information provided by: Christian Dundee and series reports (last updated August 12, 5:09 am)
Cedar County gives Kay series-leading sixth win
  1. Justin Kay
  2. Dan Shelliam
  3. Ray Guss Jr.
  4. Kevin Kile
  5. Richie Gustin
  6. Scott Fitzpatrick
  7. Joe Zrostlik
  8. Joel Callahan
  9. Andy Nezworski
  10. Tyler Droste
  11. Matt Ryan
  12. Jeff Aikey
  13. Todd Malmstrom
  14. Jon Poll
  15. Ryan Dolan
  16. Jonathan Brauns
  17. Sam Halstead
  18. Darren Ackerman
  19. Brunson Behning
  20. Andy Eckrich
  21. Stephan Kammerer
  22. Ross Pierce
  23. Kyle Hinrichs
  24. Jeff Tharp
presented by
John Vass
Justin Kay (15k) makes a three-wide pass to take command
What won the race: Third-starting Justin Kay of Wheatland, Iowa, overtook outside front-row starter Dan Shelliam of Hazel Green, Wis., on lap 15 of 50, leading the rest of the way for his series-leading sixth IMCA Deery Brothers Summer Series victory of the season. He earned $3,000 and also posted a runner-up finish in the Hawkeye Dirt Tour modified portion of the program.
Key notes: Kay has 15 career Deery Brothers Summer Series victories. ... Runner-up Dan Shellian's finished matched the best of his career on the series; he also finished second June 9 at Jackson County Speedway. ... The race was slowed by two cautions, with the first yellow waving at the halfway mark. ... Fourth-running Brunson Behning spun to draw a lap-38 yellow after colliding with Joel Callahan. ... Cedar County hosted the series for the fourth time.
On the move: Kevin Kile of West Liberty, Iowa, advanced from the 10th starting spot to finish fourth.
Winner's sponsors: Kay's MasterSbilt Race Car from Gheer'd Up Race Cars is sponsored by Doug Nigh's RPM's, Dow, Heinee Jo's, Hoker Trucking, Ideal Ready Mix, J.R.'s Place, Kay Automotive Distributing Corp., Kay Farms & Elevator, Kay & Sons Trucking, Mycogen Seeds, Peterson Insurance, Wehrs Machine and Wheatland Auto Body.
Points chase: Entering Tuesday's event, Kay had 614 points to lead Andy Nezworski (596) and Jeff Aikey (567).
Car count: 31
Polesitter: Brunson Behning
Heat race winners: Justin Kay, Joel Callahan, Ray Guss Jr.
Consolation race winners: Scott Fitzpatrick, Matt Ryan
Provisional starters: Sam Halstead, Ross Pierce, Jeff Tharp
Next series race: September 7, Boone Speedway (Boone, IA) $3,000
Editor's note: Results and race details are unofficial.
 
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