Texarkana 67 Speedway,
Sanction: Southern Outlaw Late Model Series (Summer Frenzy) - $1,000
Information provided by: Series and track reports (last updated August 8, 5:42 pm)
Hearnsberger continues SOLMS domination at 67
- Rick Hearnsberger
- David Winslett
- Terry Henson
- Cole Farmer
- Jamie Burford
- Brayden Proctor
- Shannon Parker
- Kenny Murphy
- Wesley Wise
- Ross Farmer
- Phillip Beggs
- Tim Baker
- Eddie Hoyer
- Jeffery Garringer
What won the race: Rick Hearnsberger of Arkadelphia, Ark., overtook 15-year-old polesitter Brayden Proctor early and raced to his fifth Southern Outlaw Late Model Series victory of the season Friday at Texarkana 67 Speedway
Key notes: Hearnsberger is the all-time winningest series driver with 15 victories. ... He's won five of six 2020 events. ... The series made its debut at the track. ... It marked the first seriesevent since the death of driver Leon Cloninger of Plumerville, Ark., an SOLMS regular who died Aug. 2 after suffering a heart heart at a series race a day earlier at I-30 Speedway. A graveside funeral was Aug. 7 at Elmwood Cemetery in Morrilton, Ark.
On the move: Cole Farmer of Glenwood, Ark., started 10th and finished fourth.
Winner's sponsors: Hearnsberger's Rocket Chassis is powered by a Keith Craft Racing Engine and sponsored by Mid-State Golf Cars, Clark's NAPA, Tommy Surrett Trucking and DCR.
Points chase: With four wins and third-place finish, Rick Hearnsberger of Arkadelphia, Ark., leads the series points.
Car count: 15
Polesitter: Brayden Proctor
Heat race winners: Rick Hearnsberger, Brayden Proctor
Next series race: August 29, Old No. 1 Speedway (Harrisburg, AR) $1,000
Editor's note: Results and race details are unofficial.