Sanction: Corn Belt Clash Late Model Series (Diercks' Governor's Cup Iowa State Championship) - $5,000
Information provided by: Various reports (last updated September 13, 1:42 pm)
Harris records first Corn Belt Clash victory
Diercks' Governor's Cup Iowa State Championship
- Brian Harris
- Jason Rauen
- Paul Parker
- Nick Anvelink
- Spencer Diercks
- Dave Eckrich
- Mike Fryer
- Skip Frey
- Mark Rose
- Matt Furman
- Chuck Hanna
- Jay Chenoweth
- Denny Eckrich
- Rob Moss
- Jason Utter
- Justin Kay
- Lyle Zanker
- Chad Simpson
- Wayne Brau
- Ray Guss Jr.
Brian Harris, shown in Friday's preliminary event, earned $5,000;
What won the race: Third-starting Brian Harris of Davenport, Iowa, topped fellow second-row starter Jason Rauen of Farley, Iowa, for his first Corn Belt Clash Late Model Series victory, earning $5,000 in the finale of the Diercks' Governor's Cup Iowa State Championship on Davenport's half-mile layout.
Key notes: Harris is a former track champion. ... Davenport hosted the Corn Belt Clash for a two-race weekend. ... Series points leader Chad Simpson earned $2,000 Friday, but broke a driveshaft while leading on Saturday. ... Ray Guss Jr. and Justin Kay were other frontrunners experienced trouble in Saturday's event. ... Hometown driver Matt Ryan clinched the track's IMCA Late Model title over Andy Nezworski. ... Only a Sept. 17 visit to Farmer City (Ill.) Raceway remains on the Corn Belt Clash schedule.
On the move: Nick Anvelink started 10th and finished fourth; tail-starting Mark Rose improved to a ninth-place finish.
Winner's sponsors: Harris's 21H is sponsored by Diercks Ltd. and Roehlk Construction.
Points chase: Simpson leaves Davenport with 440 points and a 59-point advantage over Jason Utter of Columbus Junction, Iowa.
Car count: 20
Polesitter: Ray Guss Jr.
Heat race winners: Brian Harris, Ray Guss Jr., Jason Rauen
Next series race: September 17, Farmer City Raceway (Farmer City, IL) $5,000
Editor's note: Results and race details are unofficial.