Evan Roberts & Zach Dufel Surge Ahead Of King Of Dirt Ltd. Sportsman Field After Memorial Weekend Wins

Story By: KING OF DIRT – FAIR HAVEN, VT – Evan Roberts picked up a big win at Devil’s Bowl Speedway Sunday and Zach Dufel rebounded for a soul soothing dub a week after bringing down the lights at Fonda Speedway, literally.

These two-driver surged ahead of the Elmo’s Speed Supply King Of Dirt Racing Limited Sportsman field on the leaderboard.

With registration for 2022 now closed, the class of 2022 is set for the Limited Sportsman division. Currently the leaderboard is showing a drivers best three finishes with weekly progressions adding to their totals. Points will continue to progress this way until a driver hits his best 12 for the season with home track starting field bonuses scheduled for September 1st.

Each week we feature the top three KOD Limited Sportsman competitors from the weekend during the points update. We absolutely must start with Evan Roberts from Devil’s Bowl Speedway. He picked up his second win of the season driving his Friend Construction – DuPont Auto & Body number 50 Bicknell, which moved him to first on the leaderboard by one point.

Zach Dufel also earned his second win of the season at Fonda Speedway. This was a huge boost of confidence to the entire team coming one week after a nasty wreck that resulted in a front clip. Shaffer Racing Team went to work, DKM clipped the car, and Dufel went to work picking up the win in his Miracle Ear – Pro Tech Scale Services number 1H Bicknell. He’s second in points.

Our third and final Limited Sportsman driver highlight this week is Scott Fitzgerald. He posted his best finish of the season so far at Devil’s Bowl Speedway Sunday evening when he crossed the line second behind the aforementioned Evan Roberts. Solid run for Fitzgerald driving his Mallery Automotive – Brandon House Of Pizza number 5VT Bicknell.

 

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Other drivers who scored solid runs Sunday at ‘the bowl’ were Bubba McPhee (3rd), Jason Quenneville (4th), and Justin Lilly (5th). With Albany-Saratoga and Can-Am off due to mother nature and Five Mile Point having no racing on the schedule, it’s worth noting drivers doing well in the standings such as Chris Crane Jr. (3rd), Keegan Nier (5th), and Michael Arnold (8th). Lady racer Danielle Smith from Five Mile has two wins and will climb the standings once they’re at the same number of races completed.

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