Richard Vander Weerd Vaults To Oval Nats Passing Master Lead

Richard Vander Weerd rocketed to the top of the Oval Nationals ProSource Passing Master standings following his charge from 19th to 8th during Friday’s night two feature event at California’s Perris Auto Speedway.

Vander Weerd (Visalia, Calif.) now has gained 14 total positions over the first two nights of racing in the 24th annual event. ProSource will award a $400 bonus for the Passing Master - the driver who accumulates the most total positions gained from his or her starting spot during the course of Thursday, Friday and Saturday night’s preliminary and feature events.

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Nov. 7-9 | 9am ET

Racing continues Saturday night at Perris on November 9 featuring USAC’s AMSOIL National, CRA and Sands Chevrolet Southwest Sprint Car divisions for the event finale.  Cars hit the track at 5:15pm Pacific on Saturday.

If you are unable to make it to the track, all the action can be watched live on FloRacing.  Live timing and scoring is available on both the USAC and Race-Monitor apps.


(After Night 2 of 3)

1. (14) Richard Vander Weerd

2. (13) Brody Roa

3. (12) Justin Grant

4. (12) Chris Bonneau

5. (11) Hunter Schuerenberg

6. (11) Austin Liggett

7. (10) Logan Seavey

8. (10) Bud Kaeding

9. (9) Tyler Courtney

10. (8) Damion Gardner, Austin Williams, Cody Williams, Stevie Sussex & Thomas Meseraull

15. (7) C.J. Leary, Chase Stockon & Jake Swanson

18. (6) Josh Hodges

19. (5) Brady Bacon, Chris Windom & Kevin Thomas, Jr.

22. (4) Charles Davis, Jr. & Tommy Malcolm

24. (3) Matt McCarthy

25. (2) Bill Rose, Jeremy Ellertson & Max Adams

28. (1) Chris Gansen, Frank Rodgers III, Joel Rayborne, R.J. Johnson, Sterling Cling & Will Perkins

34. (0) Chase Johnson, Dennis Gile, Donnie Gansen, Eddie Tafoya, Jr., Jace Vander Weerd, Jason McDougal, Steve Hix, Tye Mihocko & Verne Sweeney

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Casebolt Hangs on for $10,000 at West Plains

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