Sanction: Repairable Vehicles.com Tri-State Series - $1,000
Information provided by: Series and track reports (last updated August 2, 6:00 am)
Brown outruns Ward for Tri-State triumph
- Gary Brown Jr.
- Scott Ward
- Nate Beyenhof
- Justin Boomsma
- Blair Nothdurft
- Lane Brenden
- Chad Olsen
- Jordan Heiman
- Brad Vogt
- Dylan Fitzpatrick
- Denver Nickeson
- Travis Paulson
- Nick Grehl
- Morgan Ward
- John Hoefert
- Ryan Engels
- D.J. Tesch
- Gale Vogt
- Kevin Larson
- Rod Barse
- Chad Graves
- Tyler Reagle
What won the race: Second-starting Gary Brown Jr. of Brandon, S.D., outdueled Scott Ward in Saturday night’s Repairable Vehicles.com Tri-State Series event at I-90 Speedway to record his series-leading eighth career victory. Taking the checkers ahead of Ward and Nate Beyenhof, Brown pocketed $1,000.
Key notes: It was Brown’s second Repairable Vehicles.com Tri-State Series victory of the season. He won at Wagner (S.D.) Speedway on July 4 and is the first repeat winner in 13 series races in 2020. … All but one of the 22 starters finished the race with 13 completing all 25 laps. … Saturday’s race was the second night of the tour’s weekend doubleheader, which began Friday at Wagner (S.D.) Speedway, where Blair Nothdurft of Renner, S.D., raced to his first career series win. … Nothdurft finishes fifth on Saturday. … With finishes of second at I-90 and third at Wagner, Scott Ward of Watertown, S.D., was the only driver to record podium finishes in each race. … The series visited I-90 Speedway for the second of three scheduled stops at the Hartford oval this season. … The series returns to I-90 on Sept. 12.
On the move: Nate Beyenhof of Rock Rapids, Iowa, started 12th and finished second.
Winner's sponsors: Brown’s Moyer Victory Circle Chassis is sponsored by Extreme Heating & Cooling, Precision Drywall, Fensels Electric, Band-Aid CM Ranch, Gross Hay Farms and Quality Oil.
Points chase: Entering the doubleheader weekend, Gary Brown Jr. of Brandon, S.D., led Blair Nothdurft by two points.
Current weather: Few Clouds, 75°F
Car count: 22
Polesitter: Lane Brenden
Heat race winners: Scott Ward, Lane Brenden, Chad Olsen
Next series race: August 28, Rapid Speedway (Rock Rapids, IA) $1,000
Editor's note: Results and race details are unofficial.