Trimble Completes Tyler County Sweep as Ferguson Lifts Belt Again

Brent Trimble was able to hold off a hard charging Carson Ferguson in the closing laps to claim back to back FASTRAK Racing Series powered by Chevrolet Performance wins at “America’s Baddest Bullring”. Ferguson slid past Trimble in turn four coming to two laps to go of the “Brown Jug 30”. However, Trimble executed a text book crossover to hold on the the lead.


“I call that racing,” said Trimble. “He gave me room, everyone should race like that. We just wanted to have a good weekend, they are on top of their game here and we did it again twice.”


After his win at Princeton Speedway, and a second place finish in the finale, Ferguson overcame a 15th place finish on Saturday to defend his East Coast Rumble Championship. Ferguson also leads the FASTRAK Racing Series standings, chasing the $10,000 to win Championship.


“We were going for the win and let this play out,” said Ferguson.  “I apologize getting into the 99 [of Patrick Solari], I didn’t mean to get into him.  I gave the race away there.  I made a mistake and it cost us but this is a nice way to close the weekend.”


Michael Durisky, Logan Roberson, and Donnie Dotson rounded out the top five.


Official Race Results – East Coast Rumble Championship Sunday

Tyler County Speedway – Middlebourne, WV


1 32 Brent Trimble
2 00 Carson Ferguson
3 90j Michael Duritsky
4 17 Logan Roberson
5 15 Donnie Dotson
6 99 Tyler Riggs
7 184 Kyle Lukon
8 T17 Trey Watson
9 11 Brian Frazze
10 10s Joe Martin
11 57 Kyle Thomas
12 K2 Kris Southern
13 702 Wylie Ford
14 99 Patrick Solari
15 18 TJ Salango
16 21jt Craig Daft
17 45 Eddie Hambrick
18 75 Brandon Weigle
19 44 Sparky Davison
20 H20 Luke Hyre
21 136 David Pangrazio
22 0k Kaitlyn Frazier
23 2 Michael Bland
24 2* Logan Hitt


VP Racing Fuels Quicktime Group Qualifying
#17 Logan Roberson 13.560 seconds


Heat Race Winners: Brent Trimble, Carson Ferguson, Kyle Thomas, Tyler Riggs


B-Main winner: Patrick Solari


Next up for the FASTRAK Racing Series is the 2019 FASTRAK World Championship, paying $50,000 to win and $2,050 to start on September 13-14 at Virginia Motor Speedway.


-Story by: Wesley Outland, – Twitter: @wesleyoutland
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Trimble Completes Tyler County Sweep as Ferguson Lifts Belt Again