Dirt midget results from the final night of the 2019 Gateway Dirt Nationals
Tonight, the three-day show inside The Dome at America’s Center comes to a close. 30 laps of dirt track racing will end with a check for $10,000 being handed to the dirt midget race winner.
View full 2019 Gateway Dirt Nationals results below.
Gateway Dirt Nationals
Midget Main – Report
Michael Pickens and Justin Grant get a push onto the race track. 20 dirt midgets are set to do battle on the bullring race track.
The winner will be presented with a check for $10,000. 40 laps of dirt midget racing are up next…
Green flag, Pickens and Grant run side by side into turn one as Grant drives deep to the bottom. Pickens carries momentum around the top and leads out of turn two.
Lap 2, Grant slides Pickens for the lead.
Cannon McIntosh slides into the frame. He takes over the top spot.
Lap 4, car stopped in turn three and the caution is out.
Green, McIntosh leads. Larson runs side by side with Grant for 2nd.
Lap 8, Larson has run down the leader off turn four. He has a run into turn one. Larson to the bottom but he can’t clear him.
Beason is slow with a flat and the caution is out.
Green, McIntosh leads. Larson gets a horrible start. He’s struggled on restarts all weekend.
Lap 13, Larson has run down the leader. He slides him into turn one. McIntosh slides him back in turn three.
Larson works alongside. He gets the drive off the bottom and clear.
Green, Larson leads. He continues to roll right through the bumps int he track.
Pickens is around and the caution is out.
Green, several cars stack up at the back. They remain green.
Lap 17, McIntosh and Grant tangle in turn four. McIntosh is sent into a flip. He tumbles and comes to a rest, vertically, on the gas tank. Christopher Bell collected minor damage as he made contact with the flipping car. The red flag is out.
Green, Larson leads Grant off turn two. Anton Hernandez hooks a rut and flips behind them to bring the red flag back out.
Green, Larson leads. Chris Windom cuts to the bottom and takes over 2nd.
Grant, Meseraull and Bell tangle in turn three. Ricky Stenhouse Jr caught a piece of it as he went by and nearly went over. The caution is out.
13 cars remain.
Green, Larson leads.
10 to go, Larson opens the gap on Windom. They run four wide for fourth! They all survive and Ricky Stenhouse Jr holds 4th.
8 to go, Bell is around and the caution is out.
Green, Larson leads. Windom and Tyler Courtney slice. Slider after slider as they fight for 2nd.
1 to go, Larson is driving away. Spin behind him and the caution is out on the final lap.
Green and white flag together, Windom throws it deep into turn one. But, it’s not deep enough as Larson holds the lead off turn two.
Kyle Larson wins in the Gateway Dirt Nationals!
Gateway Dirt Nationals Results
December 21, 2019
View full 2019 Gateway Nationals results from Saint Louis, Missouri below.
B Main 1 (10 Laps – Top 4 Transfer): 1. Chris Windom; 2. Jonathan Beason; 3. Tyler Courtney; 4. Karter Sarff; 5. Austin Brown; 6. Clinton Boyles; 7. Jake Neuman; 8. Dave Darland; 9. Cole Bodine; 10. Ace McCarthy;
B Main 2 (10 Laps – Top 4 Transfer): 1. Anton Hernandez; 2. Paul Nienhiser; 3. Christopher Bell; 4. Tanner Thorson; 5. Gio Scelzi; 6. Ethan Mitchell; 7. Robert Dalby; 8. Ricky Stenhouse Jr; 9. Carson Garrett; 10. Tim Crawley;
B Main 3 (10 Laps – Top 4 Transfer): 1. Logan Seavey; 2. Andrew Felker; 3. Chase Briscoe; 4. Sammy Swindell; 5. Ryan Newman; 6. Sam Johnson; 7. Sean McClelland; 8. Daniel Robinson; 9. Dillon Welch;
Transfer Cars (Only top 6 cars): 1. Kyle Larson (11.586); 2. Justin Grant (12.043); 3. Cannon McIntosh (12.049); 4. Thomas Meseraull (12.206); 5. Michael Pickens (12.370); 6. Blake Hahn (12.508);
Gateway Nationals Results
December 21, 2019
(30 Laps – $10,000 to win)
Pos | Driver
1. Kyle Larson
2. Chris Windom
3. Tyler Courtney
4. Tanner Thorson
5. Ricky Stenhouse Jr
6. Michael Pickens
7. Logan Seavey
8. Christopher Bell
9. Justin Grant
10. Chase Briscoe
11. Blake Hahn
12. Austin Brown
13. Thomas Meseraull
14. Cannon McIntosh
15. Andrew Felker
16. Anton Hernandez
17. Paul Nienhiser
18. Karter Sarff
19. Jonathan Beason
20. Sammy Swindell