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August 20
Dakota State Fair Speedway,
Huron, SD
Sanction: Repairable Vehicles.com Tri-State Series - $1,500
Information provided by: Staff and series reports (last updated August 21, 2:03 pm)
Searing secures Tri-State victory at Dakota State Fair
  1. Cole Searing
  2. David McDonald
  3. Chad Olsen
  4. Dustin Arthur
  5. Nate Beyenhof
  6. Shane DeMey
  7. Tyler Myers
  8. Justin Karlen
  9. Justin Boomsma
  10. Kelly Duffy
  11. David Carlson
  12. Scott Borstad
  13. Jordan Heiman
  14. Trevor Anderson
  15. Jared Jelsma
  16. Dylan Fitzpatrick
  17. Tyler McDonald
  18. Gale Vogt
  19. Rich Thomas
  20. Dave Thomas
  21. Brad Vogt
  22. Lane Brenden
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New father Cole Searing grabbed a Tri-State victory at Huron.
What won the race: Cole Searing led all 25 laps Saturday from the pole at Dakota State Fair Speedway, topping the RepairableVehicles.com Tri-State Series field for $1,500 at his hometown track. The victory is the second of Searing's career with the Tri-State Series.
Key notes: Fellow Huron racer David McDonald took advantage of a lap-13 restart and moved into the runner-up position, finishing 2.541 seconds behind Searing. ... Chad Olsen of Hendricks, Minn., moved into third place on the last lap. ... Shane DeMey of Denison, Iowa, advanced six positions and finished sixth. ... Fifteenth-starting Justin Karlen of Howard, S.D., advanced seven positions and finished eighth. ... Tri-State Series points leader Trevor Anderson of Watertown, S.D., completed only 17 laps and finished 14th. ... Lane Brenden of Mitchell, S.D., was part of a lap-15 wreck. He was initially disqualified for climbing out of his car during the cleanup, but series officials paid him for last place. ... Saturday's feature, the 13th race of the Tri-State Series' 21-race schedule, was slowed by three cautions and lasted 23 minutes, with 11 competitors completing 25 laps.
On the move: Nate Beyenhof of Rock Rapids, Iowa, started 14th and finished fifth.
Winner's sponsors: Searing’s MB Customs Race Car has a Pro Power Racing Engine and sponsorship from Collins Brothers Towing of St. Cloud, Minnesota Truck Headquarters, Conkey Farms, Martin Construction, Jerry Kleinsasser Farms and Avail Wealth Management.
Points chase: Before Friday MCS: 1. Trevor Anderson (1813); 2. Shane DeMey (1681); 3. Nate Beyenhof (1607); 4. Brad Vogt (1485); 5. Jared Jelsma (1431).
Current weather: Clear, 72°F
Car count: 22
Polesitter: Cole Searing
Heat race winners: Cole Searing, Chad Olsen, Dustin Arthur
Next series race: August 26, Fairmont Raceway (Fairmont, MN) $1,500
Editor's note: Results and race details are unofficial.

Feature lineup

Row 1: Searing, Olsen
Row 2: Arthur, D. McDonald
Row 3: T. McDonald, Myers
Row 4: Heiman, G. Vogt
Row 5: Anderson, Carlson
Row 6: Boomsma, DeMey
Row 7: Brenden, Na. Beyenhof
Row 8: Karlen, Duffy
Row 9: Borstad, D. Thomas
Row 10: Jelsma, R. Thomas
Row 11: Fitzpatrick, B. Vogt

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