Clinton County Motor Speedway,
Mill Hall, PA
Sanction: Mason-Dixon Shootout Series (I-80 Brawl) - $1,000
Information provided by: Track and series reports (last updated June 9, 6:10 pm)
Toner takes I-80 Brawl at Clinton County
- J.R. Toner
- Andrew Yoder
- Donnie Farlling
- Todd Snook
- Brad McGinnis
- Devin Frey
- Taylor Farlling
- Kevin Probst
- Mike Smith
- Drew Weisser
- Gary Mellott
- Ryan Zook
- Tim Luben
- Matt Cochran
- Luke Hoffner
- Kenny Yoder
J.R. Toner picked up his second career Mason-Dixon tour victory.
What won the race: Local racer and polesitter J.R. Toner of Bellefonte, Pa., turned back Mason-Dixon Shootout Series foes Friday at Clinton County Motor Speedway for a $1,000 victory. Toner led every lap and crossed the finish line 0.542 seconds ahead of runner-up Andrew Yoder.
Key notes: Toner also won on the Mason-Dixon tour in 2017 at CCMS. ... Matt Cochran ran second 23 laps but shredded a right-rear tire at the white flag, setting up a two-lap dash to the checkers. ... Clinton County hosted its lone series event of the season for the Limited Late Model tour. ... Series action continues tomorrow at Selinsgrove Speedway in conjunction with the KRS Graphics Tri-Track Challenge.
On the move: Andrew Yoder of Middleburg, Pa., started seventh and finished second.
Winner's sponsors: Toner's Rocket Chassis is powered by a Miller Racing Engine and sponsored by Strouse Electric, Abel Signs, Eagle Recovery, Henderson's Heating & Cooling and Packers Concessions.
Points chase: Heading to Clinton County, Andrew Yoder of Middleburg, Pa., has 318 points to lead Devin Frey (280), Kenny Yoder (265) and Donnie Farlling (265).
Current weather: Mostly Clear, 66°F
Car count: 16
Polesitter: J.R. Toner
Heat race winners: J.R. Toner, Andrew Yoder
Next series race: June 29, BAPS Motor Speedway (Newberrytown, PA) $1,500
Editor's note: Results and race details are unofficial.