Boiros Holds On For Title, Brannon Makes Late Charge



Dirt Pro Late Models at Lanier Raceplex
July 6, 2020

Dirt Pro Late Model Race Summary – 100 Laps

Heat Race Winners: Beau Brannon, Russell Brown Jr.

Race Winner: Beau Brannon – Started 5th, 15 laps led, 9th career SARA win
Margin of Victory: -0.316 seconds
Top Five: Tyler Jackson (2nd), Jarrid Boiros (3rd), Derek Robinson (4th), Clay Snider (5th)

Hard Charger: Clay Snider, Russell Berry – 3 positions gained each
Russell Brown Race Cars Driver of the Race: Beau Brannon (1st)
(Highest finishing driver with RBRC logos on rear spoiler of paint scheme)

Dirt Pro Late Model Championship Recap

Heading into the final few races of the season, it looked to be a tight points battle between Jarrid Boiros and Russell Brown Jr. at the top of the standings. However Beau Brannon added his name to the fight as well as he knocked off a couple of late-season wins and closed the points gap. Entering championship night, all three drivers had a shot at the title.

In the season finale at Lanier, Beau Brannon did everything he could to steal the title away, as he would pick up his 3rd consecutive victory to close out the season. But he would come up just 3 points short, as Jarrid Boiros would also finish on the podium which would be just enough to hold onto the top spot in the standings to secure the title.

Boiros’ championship season consisted of 12 starts, 9 top fives, 11 top tens, and a single lap led. Congrats to Jarrid Boiros, the 2020 Spring/Summer Dirt Night Pro Late Model champion!