Park Jefferson Mid Season Championship night sponsored by KSUX 105.7 �The Super Pig� crowned Rusty Montagne, Andy Hofmeyer, Sid Mosher, and Reese Coffee at Park Jefferson Speedway. Fireworks lit the southeastern South Dakota skyline as the cars and stars of Park Jefferson provided many fireworks on the track.
In the KPTH Fox 44 Charger division Montagne used patience and speed to garner his 2nd feature win in three weeks. In the OK 1 Stop B Modified division Hofmeyer used a daring move to take the lead in turn 4 and held off a furious charge from Keith Sanders to take the checkers for his 4th feature victory of the season. Keith Sanders took the checkers in second followed by Scott March, Roger Van Beek and Jeff Brunssen.
In the B & B Salvage Super Stocks. Mosher used the momentum from his heat race to best the 12 car Super Stock field and extend his point lead.
The Y 101.3 Modifieds were given feature treatment with front stretch lineups before their A Main Event. After a group of Ricky Stephan�s young fans gave the drivers the starting command, Stephan raced around Kyle Koster to take the early lead and held the advantage half way through the 20 scheduled laps until Reese Coffee was able to pass Stephan. For the next 8 laps Stephan and Coffee took turns as the leader. When the caution flew on lap 18 Coffee was at the point with Stephan in 2nd. Coffee raced to the bottom groove right away and had the win at the flagstand by less than half a car length.
Open Wheel Thunder presented by Budweiser and Bud Light wrapped up an awesome fourth of July weekend at Park Jefferson Speedway. Andy Hofmeyer and Jay Noteboom both visited victory lane again at Park Jefferson Speedway, while Brian Brown found victory lane with the ASCS Midwest Sprint Cars.
Brian Brown notched his first career American Sprint Car Series feature victory by topping Monday night�s Fourth of July ASCS Midwest Region 25-lap feature at Park Jefferson Speedway.
Brown battled past early pacesetter Don Droud, Jr., on the eighth round then built a commanding lead to become the Midwest Region�s third different winner in as many events, bolstering his slim point lead over runner-up Billy Alley in the process.