Sanction: Hoker Trucking Series - $3,000
Information provided by: Mike Ruefer, series and track reports (last updated May 29, 10:14 pm)
Hahne repels Kosiski for $3,000 at Dubuque
- Jason Hahne
- Andrew Kosiski
- Andy Eckrich
- Chad Holladay
- Luke Goedert
- Justin Kay
- Jeff Aikey
- Nick Marolf
- Charlie McKenna
- Jeff Tharp
- Joel Callahan
- Fred Remley
- Jesse Glenz
- Luke Pestka
- Jason Rauen
- Darrel DeFrance
- Curt Schroeder
- Lance Matthees
- Ron Boyse
- Matt Ryan
- Derrick Stewart
- Dave Eckrich
Jason Hahne takes the checkers for $3,000 at Dubuque Speedway.
What won the race: Pole-starting Jason Hahne of Webster City, Iowa, led all 30 laps and fended-off late challenges from Andrew Kosiski to capture Sunday's Hoker Trucking Series feature at Dubuque Speedway. Hahne pocketed $3,000 for his second career series victory and his first at the Dubuque, Iowa, oval.
Quotable: “We’re been working on this thing a lot here. It’s a new Zeus by Mike Mataragas. We got that this year and he’s been a great help to me,” Hahne said. “We’ve been really, really close from out of the gate, we just had a couple minor things to tweak on here and there. I just kept telling our guys that if we kept qualifying good and heat racing good then you set yourself up for opportunities to win, and that’s what we’ve been doing.”
Key notes: After winning Saturday's $3,000 series stop at Maquoketa Speedway, Omaha, Neb.'s Kosiski moved into second and pressured Hahne in the closing laps. ... Andy Eckrich rode in second for much of the distance but settled for a third-place finish. ... Luke Goedert advanced three positions and finished fifth. ... Justin Kay, the winner of Friday's $3,000 weekend opener at Davenport Speedway, gained six spots and finished sixth. ... Charlie McKenna started 17th and finished ninth. ... Matt Ryan, a former Deery Brothers Series winner at Dubuque in 2016, drew the race's final caution on lap 29 and finished 17th. ... Sunday's feature, the finale of a Memorial Day weekend tripleheader, was slowed by three incidents and lasted 17 minutes, with 16 drivers completing all 30 laps.
On the move: Chad Holladay of Muscatine, Iowa, started 13th and finished fourth.
Winner's sponsors: Hahne’s Zeus Race Car by Mike Mataragas is sponsored by Caquelin Express, Trojan Enterprises, Karl Chevrolet, Karl Kustoms Parts Accessories, K&M Ag Construction, Seed Ease Inc., Rick Hahne Calls, Wehrs Machine & Racing Products, Leonard Moss Roofing, Gerber Auto Care, Anderson Farms, Nehring Construction, McFarland Pain Clinic, BLP Inc., Larry Brim Family, JNE Properties, Shepherd Engine Development, RIEM Inc., Otho Motorsports, Dinsdale Family Farms, Willems Family, FastShafts, Majewski Tire and Malvern Bank.
Points chase: After Dubuque: 1. Andy Eckrich (1,302); 2. Chad Holladay (1,296); 3. Luke Goedert (1,286); 4. Jeff Aikey (1,284); 5. Jason Hahne (1,272).
Current weather: Clear, 70°F
Car count: 31
Fast qualifier: Jeff Aikey
Time: 15.045 seconds
Polesitter: Jason Hahne
Heat race winners: Luke Goedert, Jeff Tharp, Jason Rauen, Matt Ryan
Consolation race winners: Charlie McKenna, Jesse Glenz
Provisional starters: Fred Remley, Darrel DeFrance
Next series race: June 2, C.J. Speedway (Columbus Junction, IA) $3,000
Editor's note: Results and race details are unofficial.