Dustin Linville was one of sixty-three Lucas Oil Late Model Dirt Series entries to converge at Portsmouth (Ohio) Raceway Park over the weekend. Michael Boggs Photo
The 40th Annual Dirt Track World Championship boasted a $100,000 top prize, the highest paying Dirt Late Model event of the season amid the Covid-19 pandemic.
After getting behind in qualifying on Friday, Dustin only managed a seventh-place finish in his heat race. With only the top-three transferring, he was sent to a B-Main on Saturday.
Linville charged from eighth to finish second in his B-Main. Unfortunately, with only the top-two moving on to the 100-lap main event, Dustin fell just one spot short. Earning the seventh starting position for the $3,000-to-win Jim Dunn Memorial non-qualifiers race, Linville advanced three spots to finish fourt behind Mason Zeigler, Colten Burdette, and R.J. Conley. Scott James rounded out the Top-5.
For full results from this event, please visit www.BrownstownSpeedway.com.