(SPARTA, KY) After a short break from racing, while the All American 400 was run, the Skeeber Flob’s Kettle Corn Pro Series was back in action at the 1.5 mile Kentucky Speedway. Jared Mogard had build up a comfortable lead in the championship and looked to clinch his first ASRS championship.
Mogard kicked off the 100 mile race on the right foot, leading the field in qualifying and leading the way to the green flag. Mogard would lead 54 of the 67 laps and made a late race pass on Ernest Smith, Jr. to retake the lead and score the victory.
With Mogard scoring the victory, Smith was second followed by James Poleske in third, Jordan Harnish and Tom Giannini rounded out the top five.
With his victory, Mogard extended his championship lead to 40 points and clinched his first ASRS championship. Jim Foose sits second in the championship with Ty Hester third just three points behind Foose. The Skeeber Flob’s Pro Series heads to Five Flags Speedway on November 30th for the season finale.