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NEW WEEK, SAME DAY: Corey Day Triumphs Again with Midweek Money Series at Riverside
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4/23/2024

4/23/2024

Kubota High Limit Racing


NEW WEEK, SAME DAY: Corey Day Triumphs Again with Midweek Money Series at Riverside

The second Midweek Money Series event of 2024 went down in similar fashion to the first - with 18-year-old sensation Corey Day parking the Driven2SaveLives #14BC in victory lane once again with Kubota High Limit Racing.

After topping the first of 10 races included in the mini-series last week at Oklahoma's Red Dirt Raceway - a $23,500 victory - the Clovis, CA kid followed it up with another $20,000 score at Arkansas' Riverside International Speedway on Tuesday, April 23.

Rolling from the pole position after winning the FK Rod Ends Dash, Day actually played chase for the opening eight laps as his de facto teammate, Tyler Courtney, led from the jump in his Clauson-Marshall Racing, NOS Energy Drink #7BC.

On Lap 9, Day whipped the JMR/CMR, Sander Engineering, Driven2SaveLives #14BC around the outside of "Sunshine" and secured a lead he would never relinquish.

That's not to say he ran off into the night unchallenged, as the emergence of Tanner Thorson kept the young gun honest late in the running as the #88 pulled alongside and even almost slid in front of Day while they battled thick lap traffic.

Ultimately, Day held on for his third win in the last five events with Kubota High Limit Racing - expanding his lead in the Midweek Money Series standings and jumping by Brent Marks' #19 for third in the overall championship standings.

Minden, NV native Tanner Thorson earned a career-best runner-up finish, coming to the checkered 0.827-seconds behind Day. It's the second podium of 2024 for the Rod Gross Motorsports #88 and propelled him to fifth in the Midweek Money Series points.

"Sunshine" Tyler Courtney fell to third, still good enough to claim his seventh podium in the opening 10 races as he continues to hold the championship lead with Kubota High Limit Racing.

Brad Sweet and Cole Macedo rounded out the top-five with Spencer Bayston, Chris Windom, Brent Marks, James McFadden, and Derek Hagar closing out the top-10.

THE ALL-IN NOTEBOOK (4/23/24)
Riverside International Speedway (West Memphis, AR)

Capitol Custom Trailers QuickTime - Brad Sweet (11.266 seconds)
TJ Forged Heat One Winner - Tim Crawley
DMI Heat Two Winner - Kyle Larson
BR Motorsports Heat Three Winner - Spencer Bayston
Winters Performance Heat Four Winner - Tanner Thorson
FK Rod Ends Dash Winner - Corey Day
B-Main Winner - Brady Bacon
Jake's Golf Carts Fastest Lap Award - Corey Day (12.078)
Hard Charger - Justin Peck +11, 28th-to-17th
Lap Leaders - Tyler Courtney 1-8, Corey Day 9-35.

Kubota A Feature (35 Laps): 1. 14-Corey Day[1]; 2. 88-Tanner Thorson[4]; 3. 7BC-Tyler Courtney[2]; 4. 49-Brad Sweet[3]; 5. 16T-Cole Macedo[9]; 6. 5-Spencer Bayston[5]; 7. 55-Chris Windom[11]; 8. 19-Brent Marks[7]; 9. 83-James McFadden[16]; 10. 44-Derek Hagar[17]; 11. 21H-Brady Bacon[21]; 12. 2MD-Cap Henry[14]; 13. 9-Kasey Kahne[19]; 14. 1-Brenham Crouch[13]; 15. 37-Ayden Gatewood[23]; 16. 8-Cory Eliason[18]; 17. 13-Justin Peck[28]; 18. 9P-Parker Price Miller[26]; 19. 7S-Landon Crawley[12]; 20. 3-Howard Moore[20]; 21. 24-Rico Abreu[25]; 22. 1A-Jacob Allen[22]; 23. 57-Kyle Larson[6]; 24. 16TH-Kevin Newton[24]; 25. 47-Dale Howard[15]; 26. 23B-Brian Bell[10]; 27. 87-Tim Crawley[8]; 28. 26-Zeb Wise[27]

Updated Championship Standings (After 10/58 Races):

  1. Clauson-Marshall Racing #7BC - Tyler Courtney (679 PTS)
  2. Kasey Kahne Racing #49 - Brad Sweet (-17 PTS)
  3. Jason Meyers Racing #14 - Corey Day (-44 PTS)
  4. Murray-Marks Motorosports #19 - Brent Marks (-50 PTS)
  5. CJB Motorsports #5 - Spencer Bayston (-124 PTS)

  1. Shark Racing #1A - Jacob Allen (-142 PTS)
  2. Rico Abreu Racing #24 - Rico Abreu (-148 PTS)
  3. PPM Racing #9P - Parker Price-Miller (-173 PTS)
  4. Roth Motorsports #83 - James McFadden (-177 PTS)
  5. Rudeen Racing #26 - Zeb Wise (-191 PTS)
  6. Buch Motorsports #13 - Justin Peck (-193 PTS)
  7. Rod Gross Motorsports #88 - Tanner Thorson (-210 PTS)
  8. Ridge & Sons Racing #8 - Cory Eliason (-223 PTS)
  9. Kasey Kahne Racing #9 - Kasey Kahne (-239 PTS)
  10. Vermeer Motorsports #55 - Chris Windom (-269 PTS)
  11. Crouch Motorsports #1 - Brenham Crouch (-283 PTS)

Midweek Money Series Standings (After 2/10 Races):

  1. Jason Meyers Racing #14 - Corey Day (154 PTS)
  2. Clauson-Marshall Racing #7BC - Tyler Courtney (-14 PTS)
  3. Murray-Marks Motorosports #19 - Brent Marks (-29 PTS)
  4. Kasey Kahne Racing #49 - Brad Sweet (-32 PTS)
  5. Rod Gross Motorsports #88 - Tanner Thorson (-37 PTS)
  6. CJB Motorsports #5 - Spencer Bayston (-44 PTS)
  7. Roth Motorsports #83 - James McFadden (-46 PTS)
  8. PPM Racing #9P - Parker Price-Miller (-52 PTS)
  9. Buch Motorsports #13 - Justin Peck (-52 PTS)
  10. Kasey Kahne Racing #9 - Kasey Kahne (-52 PTS)

UP NEXT: The Midweek Money Series resumes next week with another $20,000-to-win, $1,500-to-start purse at 81 Speedway in Park City, KS on Wednesday, May 1. After that, Kubota High Limit Racing hosts the first big one of the year on Friday and Saturday, May 3-4 at Lakeside Speedway in Kansas City, KS. Shane Stewart's Heartland of America Showdown will pay $50,000-to-win on NASCAR weekend.

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