Well, overall it was a solid night. It was good to be back at the track. It was only the third opportunity of the season to see how all the offseason changes would pay off.
Saturday night at Hagerstown, the Austin Berry Racing 86 advanced from 4th to 2nd in the second heat and earned the 4th starting spot in the night’s main event. Despite battling a free condition in the main event, Austin was able to run in the top 7 until a late race caution. The ensuing restart didn’t play out well and it resulted in an 11th place finish.
A top 10 or top 5 would’ve been a better reward for the effort, but given the number of laps the team has been able to run in this strange 2020 season thus far, tonight was a positive and reinforced the improvements made in the offseason.
On to the next race. Stay tuned for where & when that will be in this unpredictable season!
Thanks to all our sponsors and partners, including our silent partners who do everything they can to help but ask for nothing in return.
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MS Shock Therapy
Berry’s Siding & Seamless Gutter
Nathan Berry Beef Farm
Super Late Models – 1. 2T-Kyle Lee; 2. 20-Trever Feathers; 3. 17D-Nick Dickson; 4. 17-Logan Roberson; 5. 41-Justin Weaver; 6. 46-Marvin Winters; 7. 24-Kenny Moreland; 8. 4-Gary Stuhler; 9. 05-Roy Deese Jr; 10. 14-Tyler Horst; 11. 86X-Austin Berry; 12. 11B-Brian Booze; 13. 2-Dan Zechman; 14. 21-Chad Myers; 15. 8F-Taylor Farlling; 16. D19-Dillon Stake; 17. 08-Keith Koontz; 18. 11-Kirk Baker; 19. 8-Matt Sponaugle; 20. 48-Donnie Farlling; 21. 93-Cory Lawler; 22. 25-Andy Anderson; 23. 86-Scott Palmer; 24. (DNS) 13D-Jonathan DeHaven