Sanction: Dirt Track Bank Cash Money Super Dirt Series (Cecil Harlan Memorial Kegger) - $1,000
Information provided by: Series and track reports (last updated April 1, 8:56 pm)
Wells captures inaugural Cash Money tour event
Cecil Harlan Memorial Kegger
- Justin Wells
- Brandon Hunter
- Brandon Cheek
- Brandon Mitchell
- Clyde Ward
- Mark Simon
- Jon Driskill
- Eddie Martin
- Darrell Mooneyham
- Jeremy Manes
- Jared Thomson
- Shawn Eggeman
- Mike Bitner
- Omar Meza
- Kylan Garner
- Bobby Maggard
Justin Wells picked up the inaugural series event.
What won the race: Polesitter Justin Wells of Aurora, Mo., captured the inaugural Cash Money Super Dirt Series feature Saturday at Tri-State Speedway, earning $1,000. Wells outran three drivers named Brandon (Hunter, Cheek and Mitchell) for a victory on the low-budget tour founded by Dustin Mooneyham.
Key notes: Nine drivers competed in Friday's prelims, but eight others joined the action Saturday. ... Mark Simon of Buffalo, Mo., won a special dash race for Late Model rookies. ... Shawn Whitman scratched from the feature. ... Tour races are scheduled in Oklahoma, Arkansas, Missouri and Kansas. … The 39th annual Cecil Harlan Memorial Kegger marked the first of two series races set for Tri-State this year. ... The name of the annual Kegger was changed slightly to honor Harlan, the long-time former owner and promoter at Tri-State Speedway and creator of the Kegger.
Winner's sponsors: Wells drives a TNT Race Car powered by a Marty's Motor & Machine engine and sponsored by Pat's Discount Grocery and the Cash Money Super Dirt Series.
Car count: 17
Polesitter: Justin Wells
Dash winner: Mark Simon
Heat race winners: Brandon Cheek, Justin Wells
Next series race: April 15, Monett Motor Speedway (Monett, MO) $1,000
Editor's note: Results and race details are unofficial.