ELDON, Mo. – Picking up his sixth POWRi Lucas Oil National Midget League victory of the year, Tucker Klaasmeyer led a Keith Kunz/Curb-Agajanian Motorsports podium sweep at Lake Ozark Speedway on Sunday evening.
Starting outside the front row, Klaasmeyer lead the opening lap over pole sitter Kyle Craker, with Tyler Thomas in third. As the field began to search for grooves, the topside of the high-banked third mile appeared to be the quickest way around.
With four laps down, Craker caused the action to come to a stop after clipping the outside wall and flipping wildly. He was OK, but the damaged sustained to his machine was enough to sideline him for the remainder of the event. Resuming racing, Tanner Carrick hounded Klaasmeyer as Logan Seavey worked his way through the field from his eighth place starting position towards Thomas in third.
Eleven laps later the caution waved again, this time for Karter Sarff, who cut a right rear down. Stacking the field back up, Klaasmeyer again held off Carrick as Seavey searched for ground to gain on third place Thomas.
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