Sanction: Repairable Vehicles.com Tri-State Series - $1,500
Information provided by: Series and track reports (last updated July 11, 9:18 am)
Sward collects first Tri-State win at Jackson
- Bryce Sward
- Nate Beyenhof
- Justin Zeitner
- Chad Olsen
- Blair Nothdurft
- Jordan Tollakson
- Mike Benson
- Travis Paulson
- Gale Vogt
- Tyler Reagle
- Jared Jelsma
- Brad Vogt
What won the race: Outside front-row starter Bryce Sward of Nelson, Minn., turned back challenges from Nate Beyenhof to capture his first career Repairable Vehicles.com Tri-State Series victory on Saturday night at Jackson Motorplex. The 17-year-old racer earned $1,500.
Key notes: Series points leader Justin Zeitner of Malvern, Iowa, earned a $1,000 victory in Friday’s weekend opener and finished third on Saturday. … Tri-State events were on the undercard of World of Outlaws Morton Buildings Late Model Series action at Jackson.
On the move: Justin Zeitner of Malvern, Iowa, started sixth and finished third.
Winner's sponsors: Sward’s No. 12 is sponsored by Alex Rubbish & Recycling, Alexandria Appliance Service, Alex Tech & Comm College, Auto Value, Chad Beheng Trucking, Coating Specialists, Dahl Enterprise , Derichs Trucking, Endreson Custom Services, Galleon of Osakis, Klinders Processing, Merrill. Mike Rasmusen Trucking, Prairie Country Farms, Troy Gillespie Tractors and White Knight.
Points chase: Justin Zeitner of Malvern, Iowa, entered the weekend with 762 points to lead Blair Nothdurft (708) and Chad Olsen (676).
Current weather: Overcast, 64°F
Car count: 12
Polesitter: Jordan Tollakson
Heat race winners: Blair Nothdurft, Justin Zeitner
Next series race: July 20, Rapid Speedway (Rock Rapids, IA) $1,500
Editor's note: Results and race details are unofficial.