Phillips County Raceway,
Sanction: High Plains Late Model Series - $1,000
Information provided by: Series reports (last updated September 5, 8:49 am)
Bussell earnes second High Plains victory
- Justin Bussell
- Dakota Berry
- Scott Rhoades
- Scott Cimfl
- Tim Holm
- Virgil Randall
- Garrett Sporhase
- Chris Dunn
- Beau Nave
- Marty Cantonwine
- Steven Rosenbalm
- Albert Sack
- Mike Jensen
- Angel Munoz
- Maria Hankins
What won the race: Justin Bussell of Imperial, Neb., drove to his second High Plains Late Model Series victory of the season, winning Sunday's main event at Phillips County Raceway. Bussell outran series champion Dakota Berry for a $1,000 payday.
Key notes: Bussell's previous series win came July 4 at Phillips County. ... Phillips County was the third night of a three-race weekend for the High Plains Late Model Series. ... Dakota Berry won Saturday at I-76 Speedway in Fort Morgan, Colo., and Virgil Randall won Friday at El Paso County Raceway in Calhan, Colo. ... The High Plains tour wrapped up it's points chase Sunday at Phillips County. ... The final three races on the slate are non-points events. ... Scott Lewis, Chris Luzmoor and Tim Kiefer scratched from the feature. ...
Winner's sponsors: Bussell's No. 11B is sponsored by Bussell Farms, K&C Drywall, The Beverage Barn and Triangle Oil Company.
Points chase: The series wrapped up its 2018 points battle, with Dakota Berry (780) of Grand Junction, Colo., topping Tim Holm (724) of Greeley, Colo.,for the title. Tim Kiefer (649), Scott Rhoades (644) and Albert Sack (560) completed the top five.
Car count: 19
Next series race: October 6, I-76 Speedway (Fort Morgan, CO) $1,000
Editor's note: Results and race details are unofficial.