Lone Star Speedway,
Sanction: Southern United Professional Racing (Labor Day 40) - $2,000
Information provided by: Bryan Wimberley (last updated August 31, 2:57 pm)
Erb gets first SUPR victory at Lone Star
Labor Day 40
- Tyler Erb
- Rob Litton
- Ronny Adams
- Jon Mitchell
- Patrik Daniel
- Robbie Stuart
- Zach McMillan
- Rick Duke
- Garrett Alberson
- Chris Taylor
Tyler Erb, 17, earned his first career SUPR victory.
What won the race: Second-starting Tyler Erb of Magnolia, Texas, claimed his first career P&W Sales Southern United Professionl Racing victory, earning $2,000 in the Labor Day 40. Rob Litton of Alexandria, La., and Ronny Adams of Diana, Texas, followed the 17-year-old Erb to the checkered flag.
Key notes: The tour drew a season-low 10 cars for the race. ... Eight drivers were running at the finish. ... Lone Star welcomed SUPR drivers for the first of two Labor Day weekend events. ... Fourth-place finisher Jon Mitchell of Texarkana, Texas, won the previous two series visits to Lone Star on May 25 and July 5. ... The tour returns to Kilgore on Nov. 29 to wrap its season.
Winner's sponsors: Erb's No. 91 Rocket Chassis is sponsored by Day Motorsports, First Class Septic, Hwy 105 Machine, J.D.'s Body Works, J&J Motorsports, Litton Motorsports, Performance Race Engineering, Parts & Service, Showtime Signs and Team 5 Enterprises.
Points chase: Mitchell has a dominating lead over Litton with just three events remaining.
Car count: 10
Polesitter: Garrett Alberson
Heat race winners: Tyler Erb, Garrett Alberson
Editor's note: Results and race details are unofficial.