Sanction: Dirt Track Bank Cash Money Super Dirt Series - $1,000
Information provided by: Series reports (last updated July 2, 4:19 pm)
Ross scores breakthrough win in second start
- Hayden Ross
- Eddie Martin
- Cole Wells
- Dustin Mooneyham
- Steve Holzkamper
- Jon Driskill
- Brandon Hunter
- Chris Hawkins
- Don Cloyd
- Chuck Comer
- Brandon Cheek
- Roy Long
- Myles Newman III
- Clyde Ward
- Brandon Mitchell
- Darrin Crisler
- Mike Bitner
- Jeremy Manes
- Sundance Keeper
- Mark Simon
Hayden Ross gets rolling at Tri-State Speedway in Pocola, Okla.
What won the race: Winning in just his second Late Model start, 15-year-old Hayden Ross of Muskogee, Okla., topped seventh-starting Eddie Martin and polesitter Cole Wells for a $1,000 payday on the Malvern Bank Cash Money Super Dirt Series at Tri-State Speedway.
Key notes: Ross, who started second, is the tour's fifth winner. ... Cole Wells piloted Justin Wells's No. 98. ... Tri-State hosted its third and final series event. ... Previous winners were Justin Wells (March 30-31) and Brandon Hunter (April 28). ... Five series points events remain.
On the move: Consolation race winner Steve Holzkamper of Gentry, Ark., improved 11 positions to earn hard-charger honors.
Winner's sponsors: Ross pilots a Rocket Chassis sponsored by Ross Construction, Prime Pallet, James Hodge Auto Group, Laster Cattle Co., Bill Frye Motorsports and Prime Transportation.
Points chase: After Tri-State's action, Jon Driskill of Bentonville, Ark., holds an eight-point advantage over Brandon Hunter atop the standings.
Car count: 27
Polesitter: Cole Wells
Dash winner: Brandon Cheek
Heat race winners: Hayden Ross, Jon Driskill, Chuck Comer
Consolation race winners: Steve Holzkamper
Provisional starters: Brandon Mitchell, Mark Simon
Next series race: May 10, Thunderbird Speedway (Muskogee, OK) $1,000
Editor's note: Corrects winner's age and sponsor spellings.