Outlaw Motorsports Park,
Sanction: MARS DIRTcar Series West (Red River Shootout) - $3,000
Information provided by: Series reports (last updated June 15, 9:16 pm)
Jackson outduels Timms, wins Red River Shootout
Red River Shootout
- Tony Jackson Jr.
- Randy Timms
- Jason Hughes
- Jack Sullivan
- Kyle Beard
- Jesse Stovall
- Hunter Rasdon
- Zach McMillan
- Jacob Magee
- Austin Theiss
- Danny Zimmerman
- Jon Mitchell
- Payton Looney
- Jeff Roth
- Brandon Wilson
- Jake Davis
- Justin Asplin
- Dalton Ragsdale
- Mason Oberkramer
- Randy Roth
- David Payne
- Larry Campbell
- Chandler Petty
- Shannon Scott
Tony Jackson Jr. heads to victory at the track near Muskogee, Okla.
What won the race: Polesitter Tony Jackson Jr. of Lebanon, Mo., led the final 15 laps of the MARS-Comp Cams co-sanctioned event when he regained the lead from fellow front-row starter Randy Timms on lap 20. Timms had taken the lead from Jackson on lap 17.
Key notes: After regaining the lead, Jackson went on to win by 3.350 seconds. ... Jackson notched his 17th career MARS victory and his fourth career Comp Cams win. ... Fourth-place finisher Jack Sullivan won a Thursday Comp Cams event at Crowley's Ridge Raceway. ... MARS and Comp Cams will co-sanction another event tomorrow night Tri-State Speedway in Pocola, Okla.
On the move: Brandon Wilson started 16th and came home sixth.
Winner's sponsors: Jackson's Longhorn Chassis is sponsored by Lindsay Chevrolet, Odell Trucking, Smith Creek Moonshine, TJR Motorsports, Keyser Manufacturing, Razor Edge Graphics, Midwest Sheet Metal, RaceNote and Merrill Bonding.
Points chase: Jackson leads the MARS points standings, while Hunter Rasdon leads Comp Cams points.
Car count: 37
Polesitter: Tony Jackson Jr.
Heat race winners: Jesse Stovall, Tony Jackson Jr., Hunter Rasdon, Jack Sullivan, Randy Timms
Consolation race winners: Justin Asplin, Chandler Petty
Provisional starters: David Payne, Randy Roth, Mason Oberkramer, Payton Looney
Next series race: June 24, I-80 Speedway (Greenwood, NE) $3,000
Editor's note: Corrects Jesse Stovall as sixth-place finisher; adds Brandon Wilson as 15th-place finisher.