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June 10
Springfield Raceway,
Springfield, MO
Sanction: MARS DIRTcar Series West - $3,000
Information provided by: Series reports (last updated June 11, 6:28 pm)
Stovall takes Springfield after Vaught tangle
  1. Jesse Stovall
  2. Kyle Beard
  3. Terry Phillips
  4. Logan Martin
  5. Randy Timms
  6. Jeff Roth
  7. Raymond Merrill
  8. Jacob Magee
  9. Mason Oberkramer
  10. Kip Hughes
  11. Cole Wells
  12. Joe Gorby
  13. Scott Crigler
  14. Tony Jackson Jr.
  15. Payton Looney
  16. Joe Godsey
  17. Brad Looney
  18. Ryan Johnson
  19. Blonde Bomber Mitchell
  20. Jeremy Manes
  21. Will Vaught
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Jesse Stovall heads to a $3,000 victory at Springfield Raceway.
What won the race: Inheriting the lead from Will Vaught of Crane, Mo., after the two made contact entering turn one, third-starting Jesse Stovall of Billings, Mo., claimed his second MARS West checkered flag of the season, holding off Kyle Beard of Trumann, Ark., in the waning laps. Stovall earned $3,000 at Springfield Raceway.
Quotable: "We was racing hard there and Will just was using all the racetrack he could use there just like anybody would do that had the lead and I was just trying to shoot the gap or whatever you'd call it, and ... I got into the back of him," said Stovall. "I hate it. You know me and Will have had a past or whatever and I don't in no way have any hard feelings about anything that's happened in the past. I know he's pretty mad about it. You know, it is what it is and I can't change it. I really wish it didn't happen. I try to get along with everybody as well as I can on the race track."
Key notes: Stovall previously won in MARS action May 20 at Longdale (Okla.) Speedway. ... A dozen drivers were running at the feature's finish, while eight recorded DNFs including front-row starters Tony Jackson Jr. and Scott Crigler, who slid off the track in turn four. ... Fifth-starting Will Vaught of Crane, Mo., who led much of the race, was disqualified for verbally abusing a series official after the contact from second-running Stovall. ... Vaught and Stovall have a history dating back to the 2010 Show-Me 100, when Vaught rammed Stovall’s car in the hot pit area following an on-track incident; Vaught received a one-year suspension from the Lucas Oil Series. ... The race was the nightcap of an Autism Awareness Extravaganza. The day included a bike and car show, a concert, racing and family-friendly events. … There was a $2,000 Money Drop during intermission sponsored by the Indigo Sky Casino. Twenty fans went to the infield and collected 2,000 $1 bills dropped from above.
On the move: Runner-up Kyle Beard of Trumann, Ark., advanced from 10th.
Winner's sponsors: Stovall’s Black Diamond Chassis is powered by a Scott Bailey Racing Engine and sponsored by driveWFX.com, Malvern Bank, Midwest Sheet Metal, Swafford’s Service, MTS and Rushin Towing.
Points chase: Tony Jackson Jr. of Lebanon, Mo., led the series standings entering the weekend.
Car count: 21
Fast qualifier: Payton Looney
Time: 13.260 seconds
Polesitter: Tony Jackson Jr.
Heat race winners: Jesse Stovall, Scott Crigler, Tony Jackson Jr.
Editor's note: Results and race details are unofficial.

Feature lineup

Row 1: Jackson, Crigler
Row 2: Stovall, Martin
Row 3: Vaught, Phillips
Row 4: P. Looney, Hughes
Row 5: Timms, Beard
Row 6: Godsey, Wells
Row 7: Roth, Merrill
Row 8: Oberkramer, Gorby
Row 9: B. Looney, Magee
Row 10: Johnson, Mitchell
Row 11: Manes

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