Park Jefferson Speedway,
Sanction: Repairable Vehicles.com Tri-State Series (Freedom 40) - $3,000
Information provided by: Series reports (last updated July 3, 3:26 pm)
Zeitner continues Tri-State domination at Park Jeff
- Justin Zeitner
- Josh Leonard
- Nate Beyenhof
- Blair Nothdurft
- Trevor Anderson
- Shane DeMey
- Tyler Myers
- Chris Spieker
- Denver Nickeson
- Luke Sathoff
- Andrew Kosiski
- Dylan Fitzpatrick
- Travis Paulson
- Robbie Jorgensen
- Mike Benson
- Ryan Schaufler
- Jon Haase
- Justin Boomsma
- Brad Vogt
- Jared Jelsma
- Troy Behnke
- Ben Sukup
- Gary Brown Jr.
Justin Zeitner and his supporters in vicotry lane at Park Jefferson.
What won the race: Taking the lead on a lap-four restart, sixth-starting Justin Zeitner of Malvern, Iowa, paced the final 36 circuits to win Saturday's Freedom 40 feature at Park Jefferson Speedway, earning his 16th career victory with the Repairable Vehicles.com Tri-State Series and $3,000. The triumph firmly added to Zeitner's lead as the tour's all-time winner, giving him twice as many victories as the next closest competitor.
Key notes: Zeitner notched his third series victory at Park Jefferson this season following April 23 and June 11 triumphs. ... Polesitter Josh Leonard of Gibbons, Neb., led the first three laps before giving way to Zeitner and settling for second, 1.490 seconds back. ... Nate Beyenhof of Rock Rapids, Iowa, finished third. ... Advancing his position on lap 26, Blair Nothdurft finished fourth. ... Saturday's feature, originally set at $1,500-to-win but boosted to $3,000, was slowed by three cautions and lasted 22 minutes; 12 competitors completed 40 laps. ... The series is scheduled for a fourth stop at Park Jefferson on Aug. 6.
On the move: Luke Sathoff of Jackson, Minn., started 20th and finished 10th.
Winner's sponsors: Zeitner’s No. 62 is sponsored by Zeitner and Sons Refrigerated Transport, ZSI Logistics, Liek’hus Lawns, D.J.’s Dugout and Malvern Bank.
Points chase: Before Park Jefferson: 1. Trevor Anderson (1,246): 2. Shane DeMey (1,175); 3. Nate Beyenhof (1,095); 4. Brad Vogt (1,065); 5. Jared Jelsma (1,021).
Current weather: Clear, 79°F
Car count: 27
Polesitter: Josh Leonard
Heat race winners: Brad Vogt, Blair Nothdurft, Justin Zeitner, Trevor Anderson
Consolation race winners: Dylan Fitzpatrick
Provisional starters: Ryan Schaufler
Next series race: July 19, Huset’s Speedway (Brandon, SD) $1,500
Editor's note: Results and race details are unofficial.