Cole Queensland of Grand Meadow, Minn., captured his first Featherlite Fall Jamboree championship Saturday night at the Deer Creek Speedway in the Holley Iron Man Series USRA B-Mod main event.
The 2015 track champion, Queensland thought he had a winner’s check on Thursday night but a miscalculation during post-race technical inspection awarded the trophy to the race’s runner-up.
Queensland bounced back to finish second in Friday night’s feature, and led the final 11 of 25 laps Saturday to pocket $1,000 and add the title of Fall Jamboree champion to his career accomplishments.
Kyle Anderson, who started next to Queensland in the fourth row, gave a valiant late-race effort but settled for second at the checkered flag.
Brady Joynt was scored third, early leader Trevor Fecht held on for fourth and Alex Williamson finished fifth. Sixth through tenth were Derek Clement, Dan Hovden, Thursday winner Mike Striegel, Kylie Kath and 24th-starting Jerry Young.
Sixty-nine USRA B-Mod drivers competed in Saturday’s show.
The Holley Iron Man Series will return to the Cresco Speedway in Cresco, Iowa, on Saturday, Oct. 3, with both USRA Stock Cars and USRA B-Mods in action.
The season finale will take place Thursday-Saturday, Oct. 15-17, during the 2nd Annual USRA National Championships at the Lakeside Speedway in Kansas City, Kan.
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