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Sukup grabs Tri-State win at Wagner
Military and First Responders Night
- Ben Sukup
- Quentin Myers
- Gary Brown Jr.
- Brad Vogt
- Troy Nothdurft
- Blair Nothdurft
- Jesse Kroger
- Seth Fischer
- Jared Hoerle
- Scott Borkowski
- Mike Babcock
- Jared Jelsma
- Ray Sveeggen
- Marty Myers
- Kevin Larson
- John Hoefert
- Jeff Kroger
- Gale Vogt
Ben Sukup gets rolling at Wagner Speedway before his Tri-State victory.
What won the race: Polesitter Ben Sukup of Norfolk, Neb., captured Friday's Tri-State Late Model Series event at Wagner Speedway for his 22nd career victory at the track. Sukup earned $1,000 in taking the checkers over home-state driver Quentin Myers.
Key notes: A dozen cars were running at the finish. ... H&H Mobile Homes sponsored the feature. ... Jordan Heiman finished third in a heat race but scratched from the feature. ... The South Dakota Lottery provided $100 worth of scratchoff tickets as part of a bonus for Tri-State events at Wagner in 2018. ... Military and first responders received free grandstand admission. ... The first 750 people through the gates received a small U.S. flag.
On the move: Division rookie Blair Nothdurft of Sioux Falls, S.D., started 17th and finished sixth.
Winner's sponsors: Sukup's No. 101 is sponsored by Quality Siding & Roofing, Powersports Nation and Alter Metal Recycling.
Points chase: After Wagner, Gary Brown Jr. (683) of Brandon, S.D., leads Ben Sukup (667), Blair Nothdurft (624), Troy Nothdurft (607) and Jordan Helman (598).
Car count: 19
Polesitter: Ben Sukup
Heat race winners: Jesse Kroger, Brad Vogt, Jeff Kroger
Next series race: July 17, Rapid Speedway (Rock Rapids, IA) $1,000
Editor's note: Results and race details are unofficial.