Jackson, Petty keep points chase interesting in Lebanon
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July 12, 2018  |  by Ronnie Williams

The Out-Pace USRA B-Mod points title at the Lebanon Midway Speedway has been a see-saw battle this season. Lebanon's Kris Jackson has captured ten feature wins this season along with two runner-up finishes and a third-place finish while Niangua's Sam Petty has stayed solid and steady with a couple of rough nights.

Going into this Friday's Tracker Marine Night, the duo will continue the back-and-forth race as Jackson goes in with a narrow four-point margin. By winning last Friday, Jackson will have to work his way from the back of the pack as track rules during the Spring/Summer Series calls for the previous winner to start in row 6.

With only four track points races scheduled, this could come down to the very last night between the two, but don't count out Tyler Knudtson as the second-year driver with a new car this season and only 61 points behind Jackson is still looking for his first win of the season but has been very consistent and getting faster by racing with the current national points leader Jackson and former Dallas County Speedway track champion Petty. Brian Myers and rookie Rich Reynolds complete the top 5.

Action will also feature Pure Stocks, Midwest Modifieds, Legends, Street Stocks, Hornets and Bombers.

Gates open at 5 p.m. with hot laps at 7 and opening ceremonies at 8 p.m. Admission is only $10 for adults with kids (8-12) $5 and children 7 and under free. Pit passes are $30.

For more information, visit the Lebanon Midway Speedway Facebook page or www.MidwaySpeedway.net.

Out-Pace USRA B-Mod Points Standings:
1. 65 Kris Jackson ... 1186
2. 9 Sam Petty ... 1182
3. 8K Tyler Knudston ... 1125
4. 16m Brian Myers ... 1019
5. 7R Rich Reynolds ... 950
6. 68w Ricky Watkins ... 745
7. 8 Dillon McCowan ... 744
8. 42J Donnie Jackson ... 620
9. 32 Kelly Hicks ... 577
10. T10 Tyler Brown ... 413
11. 101 Matt Rose ... 345
12. 18 J.C. Morton ... 281
13. 10P Dayton Pursley ... 261
14. 7x Ryan Lewis ... 208
14. 1 Tony Fincher ... 208
16. 83D Dayton Newell ... 174
17. 85 Mike Hailmann ... 173
18. 25 Rex Merritt ... 168
19 F1 Mitchell Franklin ... 155
20. 32F Mike Foster ... 148
20. 55 Billy Pearce ... 148
22. 51w Brian Webster ... 142
23. 89D Daniel Deason ... 140
24. 42M Tony Moore ... 130
25. 51 Bill Schaar ... 117
26. 317 Eric Turner ... 95
27. C3 Chad Staus ... 84
27. 46 Brantlee Gotschall ... 84
29. 39 Steve Muilenburg ... 81
29. 51 Michael Stake ... 81
31. 17 Mike Streigel ... 78
31. 1/4 Aaron Scroggins ... 78
31. 91 Eddie Schwope ... 78
34. 57J John Fellers ... 76
35. 15 Brad Mckinnion ... 76
36. 83N J.C. Newell ... 74
36. 34 Wes Long ... 74
36. 2G Jake Asbell ... 74
39. 17T Ted Ballinger ... 68
39. 17B Kyle Strum ... 68
41. 69er Tyler Cadwalder ... 66
42. 3A Aaron Speck ... 62
43. 15 Ryan Edde ... 60
43. 68 Donny Betts ... 60
45. 50B Andy Beauchamp ... 45
45. 42c Casey Thomas ... 45
45. 414 Ryan Thomas ... 45
45. 28 Brandon Lyons ... 45



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