Xtreme Outlaw Midget Series

Before the $25,000 championship check is handed out, drivers will contend at Port City Raceway, in Tulsa, OK, on Thursday, Oct. 12, and then run a doubleheader at I-44 Riverside Speedway, in Oklahoma City, OK, Friday-Saturday, Oct. 13-14.

With six races left – starting with Jacksonville Speedway on Sept. 15, Highland Speedway on Sept. 16, and Red Hill Raceway on Sept. 17 – Oklahoma’s Cannon McIntosh holds a narrow seven-point lead over Jade Avedisian. Gavin Miller and reigning Series champion Zach Daum are also still in the fight, 72 and 75 points back, respectively, from the lead.
 
It looks like Jade pulled it off and might have passed Cannon for first place. Strong run for Reimer for 2nd.

 
18th to 3rd. No quit.

Nice race for Taylor Reimer. It would be nice to see her get a W before the end of the year.
 
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I didn't know Zach Daum was racing out of Tulsa, cool. Ofixco, Carbone and Stephens are old names in the sport. Carbone was an engine builder.

 
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