Sanction: Sooner Late Model Series - $750
Information provided by: John Rittenoure (last updated May 20, 6:11 am)
First-timer captures Sooner tour's Texas debut
- Steven Hawkins
- Nate Jantz
- Eddie Tidwell
- Kip Hughes
- Gary Lowe
- Mark Brill
- Sloppy Hogg
- John Somers
- Kara Langley
- Chris Clark
- Arin Lawrence
- Patrik Daniel
- Eric Brill
- Wayne Bush
What won the race: Steven Hawkins of Slaughterville, Okla., grabbed his first career Sooner Late Model Series victory Saturday at Super Bowl Speedway as the tour made its first Texas trip.
Key notes: Hawkins started seventh in the 14-car field and charged to the front. ... He moved into a tie for second in the points chase. ... Nate Jantz finished second for the second straight night. ... Points leader Eddie Tidwell finished third; he's the only driver to finish 10th or better in every series event. ... Kip Hughes of Enid, Okla., who own the previous night's Sooner event at Southern Oklahoma Speedway, was fourth. ... Jason Redman scratched from the feature.
On the move: Winner Steven Hawkins started seventh.
Winner's sponsors: Hawkins drives a No. 33 car sponsored by 77 Auto Collision Towling, KSR Dirt Technology and AutoZone.
Points chase: After four series races, Eddie Tidwell has 1,310 points to lead Steven Hawkins (1,225) and Kip Hughes (1,225).
Car count: 16
Heat race winners: Nate Jantz, Patrik Daniel
Next series race: June 15, Southern Oklahoma Speedway (Ardmore, OK) $750
Editor's note: Results and race details are unofficial.