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Beyenhof rallies for Tri-State win at I-90
- Nate Beyenhof
- Chuck Swenson
- Gary Brown Jr.
- Jordan Heiman
- Ryan Engels
- Scott Ward
- Dylan Fitzpatrick
- Brad Vogt
- Jesse Kroger
- Marty Myers
- Gale Vogt
- Hope Swenson
- Scott Borkowski
- Jared Jelsma
- Chad Graves
- Nick Beyenhof
- Nick Grehl
- Scott Borstad
- Blake Swenson
- Ryan Walker
- Travis Paulson
- John Hoefert
What won the race: Charging from his 11th starting position, Nate Beyenhof of Rock Rapids, Iowa, outran second-starting Chuck Swenson on Saturday for a Tri-State Late Model Series victory at I-90 Speedway. Fifth-starting Gary Brown Jr. improved two spots to finish third in the tour's I-90 debut.
Key notes: Nate Beyenhof earned $1,000 for his third career Tri-State Late Model Series victory. … He’s tied for fourth on the fourth-year tour’s all-time win list. … His last win was June 17, 2018 at Rapid Speedway in Rock Rapids, Iowa. … Following the winner toward the front, Ryan Engels of Watertown, S.D., finished fifth after starting 14th. … Series points leader Jordan Heiman of Sioux Falls, S.D., finished fourth after starting from the pole. … The tour’s all-time win leader, Nick Beyenhof of Rock Rapids, Iowa, started third before finishing 16th. … The series returned to I-90 Speedway following a June 15 rainout. That event, which was washed out just after the feature redraw, won't be made up. ... The series returns to I-90 July 5 and Aug. 31.
On the move: Winner Nate Beyenhof of Rock Rapids, Iowa, started 11th.
Winner's sponsors: Beyenhof’s MB Customs entry carries sponsorship from Town & Country Disposal, Spykerboer Custom Baling, Beyenhof Estates, Four Seasons Companies, Fastert Trucking, McCarty Seed, Ritter and Loger Farms.
Points chase: Before I-90, Jordan Heiman (414 points) of Sioux Falls, S.D., led Tad Pospisil (398), Gary Brown Jr. (398), Nate Beyenhof (384) and Blair Nothdurft (349).
Current weather: Mostly Cloudy, 93°F
Car count: 22
Polesitter: Jordan Heiman
Heat race winners: Scott Ward, Gary Brown Jr., Jordan Heiman
Next series race: July 21, Rapid Speedway (Rock Rapids, IA) $1,000
Editor's note: Results and race details are unofficial.