The first seven cars were all that finished on the lead lap. Continuing to battle for second, Bernal would soon have issues with his left front and would come to a stop on the 21st lap, and a hard charging Bud Kaeding would find himself back in the mix as he was back in third.
As Shullick began to pull away, Shampine and Otto Sitterly were busy at work behind him as Shampine drove into third around the outside of both Bellinger and Connors with Sitterly following him through for fourth all the way from his twelfth starting spot. Once going back green Sanders pulled away, but just prior to getting the checkered, a stalled car in turn four brought out one final yellow. The Mitchell, IN, driver finished ahead of Cory Bruns and Carson Short. Also tallying entertaining wins and standing atop the podium at the 11th Red Hawk Casino point race were Ryan Mc Daniel with the Ltd. Critter Malone was fourth and Justin Peck was next to round out the top five. Bradley Strunk of Mason, OH, won their feature event. Late Models, Dan Jinkerson with the Pure Stocks and Ben Wiesz, who earned his first career triumph with the Nor-Cal Dwarf Car Association. set the overall fastest lap in group qualifying, won the first heat, and collected a ,500 check after winning the feature. As Kaeding came up on the scene he would attempt to get off the racing surface to avoid it but would stall his engine and hand the lead over the Cole Macedo. The Keizer Aluminum Wheels Hard Charger of the race was Kody Swanson, driver of the Rock Steady Racing entry. Heat winners on this night were Bonnema, Macedo, and Zane Blanchard as Furr was Dash winner. LEARY, BRISCOE, AND STRUNK - FIRST IN TRI-STATE STAMPEDE Haubstadt, IN - July 14, 2018 - C. Leary visited victory lane after the Sprint Stampede, which was held at the Tri-State Speedway Saturday night. Then there was one of those late race restarts with just two laps to go. Series regulars Donny Brackett and Chet Williams completed the top ten. With his win, Furr now moves into the Ocean Sprints pres. The Greenfield, IN, competitor led throughout the event in the Green-Tech Lubricants sprinter. Garrett Aitken received the Wilwood Tuff Brakes Award for the third time this year. Aitken also has three top five feature finishes to his credit. by Taco Bravo point lead with a 19 point advantage over Koen Shaw. Shullick, Shampine and Sitterly showed right away that they were the class of the field in this particular event as the front three had pulled away from everyone by lap 10 with Shampine and Sitterly slowly but surely closing in on the No. With less than 20 laps in the books, Shullick was well on his way, already lapping up to 14th running Dave Gruel in the No. 71 Bill Sharkey, DNS - 83 Lou Le Vea Jr, 4 Roger Clark. The former Ocean Speedway track champion becomes the first repeat winner of the season in weekly competition at the Placerville Speedway. CELLCOM B MODS Date of Race: July 14, 2018 HEAT 1 1, SHANE LONG. 50 and later catching 13th running Dave Danzer in the No. It also marked his third overall victory of the year on the red clay. MMSA will return to race at Tri-State Speedway in October. Mather’s Kalib Henry grabbed the initial lead in the Thompson’s Auto Group Winged 360 Sprint Car main event. The next event at Tri-State Speedway will be the USAC Indiana Sprint Week finale on July 28th. Justin Sanders had positioned himself in the runner up spot and on lap four blasted to the outside of Henry off the second corner to grab the lead.