Thomas Meseraull
Thomas Meseraull

Thomas Meseraull
San Jose, CA

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7/10/2017

Sprint Source


MESERAULL RETAINS ISW LEAD BY A SINGLE DIGIT ENTERING GAS CITY MONDAY

Thomas Meseraull maintains his Indiana Sprint Week presented by Camping World point lead by the narrowest of margins entering Round 3 of 7 Monday night at Gas City I-69 Speedway in the 30th Annual edition of the series.

The San Jose, California native finished 7th Sunday night at Lawrenceburg Speedway one night after capturing the victory in the ISW opener at Kokomo Speedway.

Trailing Meseraull by a single point is Broken Arrow, Oklahoma’s Brady Bacon. The reigning ISW champion will not be competing in the second half of ISW, but has been the most consistent through two events, following up a third-place finish at Kokomo with a runner-up result at Lawrenceburg.

Greenfield, Indiana’s C.J. Leary, by virtue of his first career ISW victory at Lawrenceburg, has shot up to third, three points behind the leader.

The top-five drivers are separated by a mere 7 points with Kevin Thomas, Jr. (Cullman, Alabama) and Dave Darland (Lincoln, Indiana) locked up in the fifth spot. In fact, all of the top-11 residents in the ISW standings are past ISW feature winners: Chris Windom, Tyler Courtney, Carson Short, Robert Ballou, Kyle Cummins and Brady Short.

Pit gates and the grandstands for Monday’s Gas City race open at 3pm. The drivers meeting is set for 6pm with cars scheduled to hit the track at 6:30pm (Times are subject to change).

Following Monday’s Gas City event, the USAC AMSOIL Sprint Car National Championship and ISW takes a night off before returning Wednesday, July 12 at the Terre Haute Action Track, Thursday, July 13 at Lincoln Park Speedway in Putnamville, Friday, July 14 at Bloomington Speedway and the ISW finale Saturday, July 15 at Tri-State Speedway in Haubstadt.

2017 INDIANA SPRINT WEEK STANDINGS

After Round 2 of 7

  1. (142) Thomas Meseraull

  2. (141) Brady Bacon

  3. (139) C.J. Leary

  4. (135) Kevin Thomas, Jr.

  5. (135) Dave Darland

  6. (114) Chris Windom

  7. (112) Tyler Courtney

  8. (111) Carson Short

  9. (109) Robert Ballou

  10. (93) Kyle Cummins

  11. (91) Brady Short

  12. (89) Ryan Bernal

  13. (84) Jarett Andretti & Josh Hodges

  14. (79) Brody Roa

  15. (65) Kody Swanson

  16. (59) Justin Grant

  17. (56) Aaron Farney

  18. (53) Isaac Chapple

  19. (50) Chase Stockon

  20. (49) Chad Boespflug & Hunter Schuerenberg

  21. (48) Jon Stanbrough

  22. (40) A.J. Hopkins

  23. (38) Mario Clouser

  24. (29) Brent Beauchamp

  25. (20) Logan Jarrett, Ted Hines, Shawn Westerfeld, Kyle Robbins, Landon Simon, Tom Harris, Brandon Mattox, Matt Goodnight, Dickie Gaines & Tyler Clem

  26. (10) Shane Cottle, Garrett Aitken, Tyler Thomas, Colten Cottle, Cole Ketcham, Corey Smith, Koby Barksdale, Tyler Hewitt, Josh Spencer, Joss Moffatt, Chris Olding, Ty Tilton, Nick Bilbee, J.J. Hughes, Michael Fischesser & Garrett Abrams

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