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Corey Day in victory lane at Riverside Int'l Speedway. (High Limit photo)

Day Banks Another $20,000 In High Limit Tilt

WEST MEMPHIS, Ark. — Corey Day is starting to get a reputation for winning big races.

The 18-year-old Californian drove to his third Kubota High Limit Racing sprint car victory of the season and his second consecutive $20,000 Midweek Money Series triumph Tuesday night at Riverside Int’l Speedway.

Driving the Jason Meyers Racing No. 14, Day started on the pole and drove to victory ahead of Tanner Thorson, who logged his series-best finish aboard the Rod Gross Motorsports No. 88.

Tyler Courtney finished third, earning his seventh podium finish in the first 10 races of the season, keeping him in the point lead.

Brad Sweet and Cole Macedo completed the top five.

Thirty-eight cars were on hand at the legendary quarter-mile race track.

The finish:

Corey Day, Tanner Thorson, Tyler Courtney, Brad Sweet, Cole Macedo, Spencer Bayston, Chris Windom, Brent Marks, James McFadden, Derek Hagar, Brady Bacon, Cap Henry, Kasey Kahne, Brenham Crouch, Ayden Gatewood, Cory Eliason, Justin Peck, Parker Price-Miller, Landon Crawley, Howard Moore, Rico Abreu, Jacob Allen, Kyle Larson, Kevin Newton, Dale Howard, Brian Bell, Tim Crawley, Zeb Wise.