Harberts Sneaks By For First Super Series Win


Dreamer Racing Super Series – Super Late Models – Round 3 – March 7, 2019 – USA International Speedway

This past Thursday night the Super Series returned to USA for the Midwest Powersource 119 in Round 3 of the season.

Race Summary – Jason Tarasenko scored the invert and led the opening portion of the race, but within the first 30 laps of the race, Dallas Pataska was on the move and was looking for the lead. The two would battle closely door-to-door, but some contact with send both cars around in front of the field. On the other side of the spin, Jacob Harberts was able to sneak by and inherited the race lead. Harberts then defended a three car breakaway for most of the race as Devon Morgan and Cody Kelley followed in his tire tracks through the late stages, but neither were able to make a move as Harberts went on to win his first career Super Series victory.

Broadcast Replay:

Race Winner – Jacob Harberts – Started 3rd (8-car invert), 90 laps led

Top Five – 2nd Cody Kelley, 3rd Devon Morgan, 4th Samuel Roush, 5th David Krikorian

Splash N’ Go Graphics Pole Award – Dallas Pataska (18.976 seconds)

Hard Charger – Ryan Doucette (+14 positions)

One3Designs Caution Flags – 7

Points Battle – Joe Schaffer Jr. recovered from a mid-race spin to finish 6th which keeps him up by 16 points in the standings heading into South Boston.

HidesPride Head2Head Throwdown – Row 7 on the grid was selected at random for drivers to compete head-to-head, with Samuel Roush (4th) finishing ahead of Keith Medeiros (8th) to win the Throwdown.

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