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Gustin completes weekend sweep in Salina
posted: Jul 16, 2012 8:50:53
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SALINA, Okla. -- The Ryan Gustin steamroller continued on its path Saturday night at the Salina Highbanks Speedway with a third win at three tracks in three nights for the 21-year-old, wrapping up a perfect weekend with a $13,000 paycheck in pocket heading back to Marshalltown, Iowa.

Gustin started on the pole but had to settle for the runner-up finish behind Terry Phillips when the USMTS Modifieds last visited Salina on April 21. This time, Gustin began the 35-lap Swan Energy “A” Main from the outside of the front row and never relinquished the lead en route to his series-leading sixth USMTS National Championship Series triumph of the season.

The victory was worth $4,000 to ‘The Reaper,’ and his 56th career USMTS win solidified himself at the top of the points battle.

This time, Dereck Ramirez drew pole for the start of the main event and also found himself with a second-place finish behind Gustin for his best of the 2012 campaign.

Third-place finisher Jeremy Payne also capped a good weekend for his new team with his second top-5 result in as many nights, and also earned the Mesilla Valley Transportation Hard Charger Award for passing eight competitors from his 11th starting spot.

Austin Siebert recorded his career-best USMTS finish as he held off Jon Tesch for fourth while Rodney Sanders, Kelly Shryock, Johnny Scott, Chris Dawson and Daniel Hilsabeck rounded out the top 10.

Dawson also picked up a $1,000 cash bonus offered by Henryetta Ford of Henryetta, Okla., to the highest-finishing driver in the main event’s top 10 who was not ranked among the top 20 in points coming into the race.