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Daily Dirt 02/20/2020 22:07:41

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September 24
West Liberty Raceway,
West Liberty, IA
Sanction: IMCA Deery Brothers Summer Series (Ideal Ready Mix Liberty 100) - $2,500
Information provided by: Track and series reports (last updated September 25, 10:57 pm)
Holladay earns first Deery Brothers win at West Liberty
Ideal Ready Mix Liberty 100
  1. Chad Holladay
  2. Andy Eckrich
  3. Matt Ryan
  4. Joel Callahan
  5. Chris Horn
  6. Tyler Bruening
  7. Joe Zrostlik
  8. Cayden Carter
  9. Scott Fitzpatrick
  10. Kevin Kile
  11. Kyle Hinrichs
  12. Denny Eckrich
  13. Jeff Tharp
  14. Corey Zeitner
  15. Ray Guss Jr.
  16. Ryan Dolan
  17. Darrel DeFrance
  18. Richie Gustin
  19. Jeremiah Hurst
  20. Jake Neal
  21. Jay Chenoweth
  22. Justin Kay
  23. Rob Toland
  24. Jeff Aikey
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Chad Holladay enjoys his first career Deery Brothers victory.
What won the race: Rallying from the eighth row, Chad Holladay of Muscatine, Iowa, raced to his first career IMCA Deery Brothers Summer Series victory, outrunning Andy Eckrich of Oxford, Iowa, at West Liberty Raceway in the Ideal Ready Mix Liberty 100. Holladay led the last 28 laps and collected a $2,500 winner's check, while Tyler Bruening of Decorah, Iowa, wrapped up his first series title. Joel Callahan collected $2,500 in the following non-points feature.
Quotable: “We had a good car, obviously. I was able to run the cushion where no one else was and found some bite on (turn) four. The cautions helped and we had a little bit of luck. It was a little bit of everything tonight,” Holladay said. “A Deery Series win is something we’ve always wanted and we’ve come close a couple times. We’re hoping to pick up at the same place we left off next year.”
Key notes: Bruening's sixth-place finish clinched his first series title after Jeff Aikey, who entered the event just one point behind Bruening, wasn't able to start the feature. ... Justin Kay was an early retiree. ... Along with a $2,500 victory in the non-points feature (lined by inverted lead-lap cars for the first feature), Joel Callahan won the $1,000 Ironman Challenge event. ... Friday's portion of the weekend program was postponed by weather, forcing a full Saturday of action.
Winner's sponsors: Holladay's No. 32 is sponsored by Holladay Trucking, Honts Construction, Miracle Car Wash and Franzen Family Garage, Ellsworth Trucking, Hosktra Masonry, Zaiser Painting, Country Financial and Pas Vogel & Son Feed Company, and Fluid Systems.
Points chase: Sixth-place finisher Tyler Bruening of Decorah, Iowa, won the 2016 points chase after challenger Jeff Aikey could not make the call for the feature.
Car count: 32
Heat race winners: Jeremiah Hurst, Rob Toland, Denny Eckrich, Matt Ryan, Richie Gustin, Andy Eckrich, Joel Callahan, Cayden Carter
Editor's note: Results and race details are unofficial.
 
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