Volusia Speedway Park,
Sanction: United Dirt Late Model Challenge Series (Labor Day Shootout) - $3,000
Information provided by: Series reports (last updated August 31, 7:16 am)
Bronson bags $3,000 UDLMCS win at Volusia
Labor Day Shootout
- Kyle Bronson
- Keith Nosbisch
- Stanton Mills
- Jason Fitzgerald
- Bo Allen
- Austin Kirkpatrick
- Bobby Richardson
- Richard Ferry
- Scott Lagasse Jr.
- Devin Walker
- Win Ingersoll
- Mark Whitener
- Hamp Conley
- Russell Brown Jr.
- C.J. Waldron
- David Clegg
- Aaron Cryor
- Eddie Gainey
Kyle Bronson (40) works the outside of Keith Nosbisch (02).
What won the race: Kyle Bronson of Brandon, Fla., set fast time in his group, won his heat race and overtook Keith Nosbisch to grab his third career United Dirt Late Model Challenge Series victory in the Labor Day Shootout.
Key notes: Runner-up Keith Nosbich of Valrico, Fla., won the tour's previous stop at Volusia. ... Third-finishing Stanton Mills leads Volusia's weekly Late Model division points. ... Series supporter AR Bodies rewarded the feature's 10th-place finisher Devin Walker with a new nose piece. ... Donnie Chappell scratched from the feature. ... Bronson earned his fifth overall Late Model victory at Volusia this season; the most famous victory came in the finale of the DIRTcar Nationals on Feb. 22. ... Bronson's previous UDLMCS triumph also came at Volusia on Nov. 9, 2013. ... The tour made its third of five visits to Barberville. ... UDLMCS competitors return to Volusia on Nov. 8 and Dec. 6 for a pair of $3,000-to-win events.
On the move: Bronson came from fifth to record the $3,000 victory.
Winner's sponsors: Bronson's No. 40 Rocket Chassis is sponsored by All Florida Real Estate Group, Big Frog Shock & Suspension Technology, Bilstein, Brandon Ford, Dirtwrap, Eibach Springs, Racecar Engineering and TSM Shocks.
Points chase: Prior to Saturday's event, Austin Kirkpatrick of Ocala, Fla., had 2,640 points to lead Jason Fitzgerald (2,590).
Car count: 18
Polesitter: Mark Whitener
Heat race winners: Kyle Bronson, Keith Nosbisch, Jason Fitzgerald
Next series race: September 27, North Florida Speedway (Lake City, FL) $3,000
Editor's note: Results and race details are unofficial.