Sanction: Malvern Bank Super Late Model Series (Cornhusker Classic) - $1,100
Information provided by: Scott McBride and series reports (last updated October 12, 2:53 pm)
Berck tops Pospisil for fourth SLMRS crown
- Kyle Berck
- Tad Pospisil
- Andrew Kosiski
- Bill Leighton Jr.
- Matt Buller
- Mel Zeitner
- Cale Osborn
- Brian Kosiski
- Ben Schaller
- Al Zeitner
- Corey Zeitner
- Mike Wiarda
- Mike Collins
- Sterling Perkins
- Kyle Segebart
- John Hampel
- Brad Perdue
- Bob Milander
- Jim Johnson
- Josh Most
- Josh Krug
- Leon Zeitner
Kyle Berck wrapped up his third straight SLMRS championship.
What won the race: Fifth-starting Kyle Berck of Marquette, Neb., clinched his third straight SLMRS title and fourth overall with his series-leading 63rd career victory Saturday in I-80 Speedway's season-ending Cornhusker Classic. Tad Pospisil of Norfolk, Neb., finished second in the race and the points chase.
Key notes: Berck needed a fifth-place finish or better to clinch the crown; he won his seventh SLMRS event of the season. ... Berck has been the tour's winningest driver in each of its eight seasons of competition. ... Pospisil earned $1,000 for Friday's victory at I-80. ... Six days after the Sept. 19 series event at I-80, the series penalized winner Josh Krug for roughing up Corey Zeitner on the last lap. Krug officially kept the victory, but the series awarded point and first-place purse earnings to Zeitner.
On the move: Brian Kosiski of Papillion, Neb., started 16th and finished eighth.
Winner's sponsors: Berck's Missile Chassis has sponsorship from Aurora Agronomy, Bosselman Oil, BSB Manufacturing, Five Star Truck Center, JRi Shocks, Kaser Blasting & Coatings, Precision Suspension Red Line Oil, Steven's Buffalo Meats & Hunts, Strobel Manufacturing and Wegner Automotive Research.
Points chase: Berck wrapped up his fourth series title and third in a row, edging Pospisil.
Car count: 32
Polesitter: Jim Johnson
Heat race winners: Jim Johnson, Corey Zeitner, Matt Buller, Tad Pospisil
Consolation race winners: Josh Most, Brian Kosiski
Editor's note: Corrects Berck's career victory total to 63 sted 64.