Crawford County Speedway,
Sanction: Malvern Bank Super Late Model Series - $2,000
Information provided by: Series and track reports (last updated May 4, 3:50 am)
Deal claims Crawford County's $2,000 prize
- Nick Deal
- Tyler Bruening
- Bill Leighton Jr.
- Ben Schaller
- Kyle Berck
- Josh Leonard
- Brad Perdue
- Jason Rauen
- Jason O'Brien
- Blair Nothdurft
- Josh Krug
- Ben Sukup
- Corey Zeitner
- Zach Zeitner
- Allan Hopp
- Brian Kosiski
- Robbie Andersen
- Jason Wallace
- Paul Conrad
- Brett Hopp
- Andrew Kosiski
- Kale Kosiski
Nick Deal earned $2,000 Friday at Crawford County.
What won the race: Outrunning fifth-starting Tyler Bruening, Nick Deal of Harlan, Iowa, streaked to his second Malvern Bank Super Late Model Series win of the season in Friday’s opener at Crawford County Speedway. He claimed $2,000.
Key notes: Deal also won the Malvern Bank Super Late Model Series season-opener at I-80 Speedway on April 6. … Passing 10 cars in the main event, Blair Nothdurft of Renner, S.D., rebounded after suffering a blown motor last weekend at Caney Valley Speedway. … Series point leader Bill Leighton Jr. of Omaha, Neb., finished third. … Friday's event was the fifth visit to the Denison, Iowa, oval in series history and the tour’s lone stop at Crawford County Speedway this season. … Kyle Berck, a two-time series winner at Crawford County finished fifth.
On the move: Blair Nothdurft of Renner, S.D., started 20th and finished 10th.
Winner's sponsors: Deal's Black Diamond Chassis has a Shepherd Engine Development powerplant and is sponsored by Prairie Rose Sign & Canopy, Nebraska-Iowa Supply Co., Allstar Tire, Chadwick Towing, Kendall Oil, Sardeson Racing and Monster Graphix.
Points chase: Heading in Friday's event, Bill Leighton Jr. (186 points) Omaha, Neb., led Josh Leonard (182), Andrew Kosiski (172), Kyle Berck (172) and Brian Kosiski (170).
Current weather: Clear, 54°F
Car count: 31
Polesitter: Jason O'Brien
Heat race winners: Ben Schaller, Jason O'Brien, Nick Deal, Tyler Bruening
Consolation race winners: Allan Hopp
Next series race: May 4, Adams County Speedway (Corning, IA) $2,000
Editor's note: Results and race details are unofficial.