Sanction: IMCA Deery Brothers Summer Series (Highway 20 Triple Crown) - $2,000
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Kay takes Deery Brothers victory at Farley
Highway 20 Triple Crown
- Justin Kay
- Cayden Carter
- Richie Gustin
- Matt Ryan
- Luke Goedert
- Chad Holladay
- Tyler Bruening
- Jeff Tharp
- Jake Neal
- Curt Martin
- Jesse Sobbing
- Nick Marolf
- Ryan Dolan
- Darrel DeFrance
- Paul Conrad
- John Emerson
- Jeff Aikey
- Spencer Diercks
- Andy Eckrich
- Rick Wendling
- Jon Merfeld
- Travis Denning
- Denny Eckrich
- Jeremiah Hurst
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Justin Kay picked up the Deery Brothers trophy at Farley Speedway.
What won the race: Second-starting Justin Kay of Wheatland, Iowa, outran eighth-starting Cayden Carter of Oskaloosa, Iowa, capturing the opening night of the Highway 20 Triple Crown at Farley Speedway in IMCA Deery Brothers Summer Series competition. Kay earned $2,000.
Key notes: The race was originally scheduled for 50 laps but cut to 35 because of time constraints; the feature rolled on the track at 12:17 a.m. ... Jesse Sobbing pulled into the pits on the final lap running third. ... Ten of 24 starters finished the race. ... This race was originally scheduled for April 14, but was postponed by rain, setting up a Deery Brothers Summer Series tripleheader. … Cash bonuses totaling $1,500 will be added to purses paid during the three-race Deery series weekend. Drivers who compete at all three events are eligible for bonuses based on points for the weekend.
On the move: Chad Holladay of Muscatine, Iowa, started 16th and finished sixth.
Winner's sponsors: Kay's MasterSbilt Race Car from Gheer'd Up Race Cars is sponsored by Wehrs Machine, Wheatland Auto Body, Crop Production Services, Hoker Trucking and Mycogen Seeds.
Points chase: Entering the weekend, Tyler Bruening (76 points) of Decorah, Iowa, leads the series points race over Scott Fitzpatrick (68) of Cedar Falls, Iowa, and Darrel DeFrance (67) of Marshalltown, Iowa. Jeff Aikey (66) of Cedar Falls, Iowa, Jake Neal (66) of Omaha, Neb., and Jesse Sobbing, of Malvern, Iowa, are tied for fourth.
Car count: 36
Polesitter: Rick Wendling
Heat race winners: Cayden Carter, Ryan Dolan, Denny Eckrich, Curt Martin
Consolation race winners: Tyler Bruening, Jeff Aikey
Provisional starters: Jake Neal, Jeff Tharp
Next series race: April 22, Independence Motor Speedway (Independence, IA) $2,000
Editor's note: Results and race details are unofficial.