Fort Morgan, CO
Sanction: High Plains Late Model Series - $1,000
Information provided by: Series reports (last updated September 2, 9:03 am)
Dakota Berry tops dad in High Plains win
- Dakota Berry
- Jeep Berry
- Craig Baukema
- Angel Munoz
- Beau Nave
- Tim Holm
- Scott Rhoades
- Chris Dunn
- Tim Kiefer
- Marty Cantonwine
- Jeff Meeker
- Brandon Lewis
- Kevin Lueck
- Fred Schneider
- Maria Hankins
- Albert Sack
- Virgil Randall
- Mike Opatik
- Chris Luzmoor
- Scott Lewis
Dakota Berry gets rolling at I-76 Speedway before his High Plains victory.
What won the race: Leading from the outset, second-starting Dakota Berry of Grand Junction, Colo., outran his father Jeep Berry to win Saturday’s High Plains Late Model Series feature at I-76 Speedway. The younger Berry was slowed only by a pair of cautions en route to his fourth series victory and a $1,000 payday. Angel Munoz started and finished third.
Key notes: Dakota Berry has has won half of eight series races. … The tour made its fourth visit to I-76 Speedway. … It was the second night of the tour’s weekend tripleheader. … Virgil Randall of Rapid City, S.D., won Friday’s weekend opener at El Paso County Raceway in Calhan, Colo. … Three of Dakota Berry's High Plains wins have come at I-76. He also won there on June 2 and July 3. … Only three series races remain after this weekend. … The series returns Oct. 6.
On the move: Jeep Berry of Grand Junction, Colo., started sixth and finished second.
Winner's sponsors: Berry drives a GRT Race Car powered by a Ron Berry-built engine and sponsored by Berry’s Garage, Berry’s Car Wash, Pike County Truck & Trailer Sales, Dave Leech Construction and Bud’s Signs.
Points chase: Dakota Berry of Grand Junction, Colo., remains atop series standings.
Car count: 21
Polesitter: Craig Baukema
Heat race winners: Tim Holm, Dakota Berry, Jeep Berry
Next series race: September 2, Phillips County Raceway (Holyoke, CO) $1,000
Editor's note: Results and race details are unofficial.