Edinger and Borud grab wins at 50th Annual Jamestown Stock Car Stampede
Gavin Edinger bested a stout field of racers to conclude the Jamestown Speedway for Championship Night of the 50th Annual Jamestown Stock Car Stampede. In total, there were 274 cars on Friday night and 265 cars on Saturday night for the Stampede.
Sage Borud saw the checkered flag first on the first night of the Stampede from the 12th starting position! Borud held off Tripp Nelson and Sawyer Gaudreau for the win. Noah Lewis and Weston Uranker were the top five finishers.
Borud and Landon Gaudreau were heat race winners.
On Saturday it was Gavin Edinger that ended the weekend in victory lane. Edinger came from the fourth starting spot to the front and held off Landon Gaudreau for the checkered flag. Gaudreau started in fifth right behind Edinger. Tripp Nelson took a podium spot for the second day in a row by finishing in third. Bryson Corell and Sawyer Gaudreau completed the top five finishers.
Edinger and Gaudreau were heat race winners on the second night.
*Photo from Jamestown Speedway's web site of Gavin Edinger*