A big night on Friday (June 23) at Jackson Motorplex in Jackson, Minnesota. First of all, a nice crowd on hand for South Dakota Night.

An event where all South Dakota fans got free admission. And a good field of cars were in competition, with the big 410 Motor Outlaw Sprints being the top class at the half mile oval.

The crowd was pleased with the outcome of the race, seeing history made. For the first time ever at the track, a female driver won the premier sprint car class.

Paige Polyak, from Tiffin, Ohio, won the outlaw sprint main event. She came in ahead of Matt Juhl of Sioux Falls, who was second.

Scott Winters placed third with Brooke Tatnell ending fourth and points leader Mark Dobmeier netting a fifth-place result.

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