SPRING VALLEY, Minn. – Dustin Sorensen nailed down the biggest win of his young career Sunday night as he led all 25 laps en route to capturing the USRA B-Mod main event at during the 16th Annual Featherlite Fall Jamboree.
The 13-year-old son of many-time Deer Creek Speedway champion Mike Sorensen started the feature race from the pole position and was never challenged in the 32-car race that featured a three-wide start.
The win was worth $1,000, and may be the first and only victory for the youngster in the Iron Man Challenge as he announced during his victory lane interview that a move to full-blown Modifieds was his plan for 2015.
Shaun Walski gave chase but could never get close enough to make a serious challenge for the lead and had to settle for the runner-up paycheck.
USRA B-Mod national points leader Chad Clancy passed a dozen drivers from his 15th starting spot and garnered third, track champion Jacob Bleess wound up fourth and Cullen DeRuyter finished where he started in fifth.
Dustin Sorenson, Shaun Walski, Chad Clancy, Jacob Bleess, Cullen DeRuyter, Alex Williamson, Cory Crapser, Kadden Kath, Trevor Fecht, Erik Kanz, Mike Striegel, Dan Christopher, Michael Wytaske, A.J. Zvorak, Brandon Hare, Blake Arndt, Dan Hovden, Jared Timmerman, Jerry Young, Brian Mahlstedt, Chad Rosendahl, Dan Wheeler, Parker Hale, Don Schaefer, Tim Waba, Derek Clement, Kylie Kath, Jared Boumeester, Cole Queensland, Matt Jones, Aaron Wiersma, Kevin Joachim.