Park City, KS
Sanction: National Championship Racing Association - $2,000
Information provided by: Series reports (last updated July 5, 2:00 pm)
Berck grabs NCRA win from front row at 81
- Kyle Berck
- Chris Kratzer
- Chase Junghans
- Bill Leighton Jr.
- Corey Zeitner
- Dean Moore
- Jeremy Petty
- Damian Patocka
- Wylan Petrie
- Kasey Beckham
- Ron Siebert
- Bill Leighton Sr.
- Joe Gorby
- Dustin Bolster
- Les Siebert
- Gary Gorby
What won the race: Starting outside the front row, second-winningest all-time NCRA driver Kyle Berck of Marquette, Neb., raced to victory on the Fourth of July at 81 Speedway. Berck took the checkers ahead of a pair of home-state drivers, Chris Kratzer of Haysville and polesitter Chase Junghans of Manhattan.
Key notes: Berck also won the previous night at U.S. 30 Speedway in Columbus, Neb., on the Nebraska-based Super Late Model Racing Series. ... He has 28 career NCRA victories, 31 fewer than leader Kelly Boen. ... Gary Gorby was disqualified and placed last in the rundown because his car weighed too light postrace. ... Thirteen of 16 starters were listed as running at the finish. ... First of two holiday weekend events for NCRA, which is in action Sunday at Belleville.
On the move: Bill Leighton Jr. of Omaha, Neb., came from 11th to finish fourth.
Winner's sponsors: Berck's Missile Chassis is sponsored by Aurora Agronomy, Bosselman Oil, BSB Manufacturing, Five Star Truck Center, Kaser Blasting & Coatings, Steven's Buffalo Meats & Hunts, Strobel Manufacturing and Wegner Automotive Research.
Points chase: Kyle Berck had 300 points entering the night to lead Travis Dickes by five points; Dickes didn't attend.
Car count: 16
Heat race winners: Kyle Berck, Chase Junghans
Next series race: July 4, Belleville High Banks (Belleville, KS) $1,000
Editor's note: Results and race details are unofficial.