Sanction: Repairable Vehicles.com Tri-State Series - $2,400
Information provided by: Jamie Borkowski and series reports (last updated June 17, 11:28 am)
Pole-starting Brown nabs $2,400 at Fairmont
- Gary Brown Jr.
- Cole Searing
- Blair Nothdurft
- Cody Martin
- Trevor Anderson
- Lane Brenden
- Brian Diede
- Chris Palsrok
- Jared Jelsma
- Keith Schenkel
- Chad Graves
- Shane DeMey
- Mike Benson
- Luke Sathoff
- Jon Haase
- Benjamin Chukuske
- John Winge
Gary Brown Jr. earned $2,400 for his 11th career tour victory.
What won the race: Leading all but the first lap, polesitter Gary Brown Jr. of Brandon, S.D., won Friday at Fairmont Raceway for his second victory of the season on the Repairable Vehicles.com Tri-State Series. Brown earned $2,400 in the 20-lapper as he took the checkers 0.452 of a second ahead of Cole Searing. First-lap leader and outside front-row starter Blair Nothdurft finished third.
Key notes: Brown notched his 11th career series victory, second on the all-time list. ... Cody Martin and Trevor Anderson each advanced three positions, finishing fourth and fifth. ... Nine of 17 starters completed 20 laps and 11 were running at the finish. ... Keith Schenkel of Sioux Falls, S.D., finished 10th in his first series feature start. ... John Winge was disqualified and placed 17th in the finishing order; he retaliated against Lane Brenden during a caution period. ... Friday's feature was slowed by four cautions and lasted 15 minutes. ... The tour is set to visit Fairmont again on Aug. 25 for another $2,400-to-win event.
On the move: Jared Jelsma of Springfield, S.D., started 14th and finished ninth.
Winner's sponsors: Brown’s Lunstra Motorsports No. 22 is sponsored by Extreme Heating & Cooling, Precision Drywall, The Ron Weber Team, Tieszen Farms, Goodin Company, R.L. Drywall and Heff Realtors.
Points chase: Before Fairmont: 1. Cole Searing (683); 2. Blair Nothdurft (672); 3. Gary Brown Jr. (619); 4. Shane DeMey (615); 5. Cade Richards (598).
Current weather: Clear, 64°F
Car count: 17
Polesitter: Gary Brown Jr.
Heat race winners: Gary Brown Jr., Cole Searing, Brian Diede
Next series race: June 30, Rapid Speedway (Rock Rapids, IA) $1,500
Editor's note: Results and race details are unofficial.