Sanction: Dirt Track Bank Cash Money Super Dirt Series (Tony Roper Memorial) - $1,000
Information provided by: Series and track reports (last updated June 12, 3:58 pm)
Body claims Tony Roper Memorial victory
Tony Roper Memorial
- Jim Body
- Mark Simon
- Cole Wells
- Chuck Comer
- Brandon McCormick
- Jason Walls
- Jace Parmley
- Darrin Crisler
- Aaron Scroggins
- Kylan Garner
- Mike Bitner
- Tracy Cottrell
- Eddie Schwope
- Nathan Wheeler
- Glen Powell
- Eddie Martin
- Mike Anderson
- Cayden Campbell
- Kanyan Methvin
- Chris Hawkins
Jim Body climbs atop his car to celebrate at Midway Speedway.
What won the race: Third-starting Jim Body, a Dirt Track Bank Cash Money Super Dirt Series rookie contender, outran seventh-starting Mark Simon and outside front row starter Cole Wells to win Friday’s Tony Roper Memorial at Midway Speedway. Body earned $1,000 for his first career series triumph.
Key notes: Fifteen drivers were running at the finish. ... Midway Speedway hosted the Dirt Track Bank Cash Money Super Dirt Series’ second event of the season. … It was the 20th annual Tony Roper Memorial, which was originally set for May 24, but rained out. … Midway hosted the tour for the fifth time in series history. … Chris Hawkins won there in 2018, while Brad Looney (twice) and Mark Simon picked up victories in 2019. … Cole Wells of Crane, Mo., won the series season opener May 23 at Legit Speedway Park in West Plains, Mo. … Midway hosts the tour again on July 17.
On the move: Jason Walls of St. James, Mo., started 17th and finished sixth.
Points chase: After Midway, Cole Wells (142 points) of Crane, Mo., leads Jim Body (131), Chuck Comer (130), Kylan Garner (122) and Jason Walls (120).
Current weather: Clear, 57°F
Car count: 25
Polesitter: Mike Anderson
Heat race winners: Mark Simon, Cole Wells, Jim Body, Kylan Garner
Consolation race winners: Darrin Crisler
Provisional starters: Cayden Campbell, Glen Powell
Next series race: June 13, Tri-State Speedway (Pocola, OK) $1,000
Editor's note: Results and race details are unofficial.