Rocky Caudle, the Ellsworth, Iowa native, lived up to his nickname Saturday evening at the Estevan Motor Speedway. The Rockstar claimed his second Tougher Than Dirt Tour win in four nights, with a fourth corner push to edge Brady Bjella at the stripe. The trip to victory lane was highly contested, as the top four cars put on a spectacle for the fans. In the end Caudle led for the last few inches that mattered, as Bjella, Robby Rosselli, Erik Laudenschalger and Dylan Barnhart rounded out the top 5. The win keeps Caudle at the top of the tour standings with a slim 3 point lead over Rosselli.
In the hobby stock feature, Brock Beeter was not to be denied Tougher Than Dirt Tour victory, after taking the runner up position in Williston the night before. The victory for Beeter came as the Tour has now seen 3 different winners in 4 nights. Unfortunately the points standings will see a major shake up Sunday morning. Adam Goff who had led the standings from night one, was involved in an incident on a yellow flag restart which ended with the 30A car rolling during the feature. Adam was unhurt in the incident and at the time of writing it was unknown if he would be able to race the final night of the Tour. The win will now see Beeter on top of the standings, holding a 3 point lead over Duane Wahrman, the driver out of Kansas.
Tougher Than Dirt Tour champions will be crowned Sunday evening at the Nodak Speedway in Minot, North Dakota.
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