LAS VEGAS --
SATURDAY: Colton Chamberlain (Motorcycle), Jessica Black (Sportsman) and Brad Burton (Pro) scored final-round victories tonight during the third and next-to-last day of the Las Vegas Bracket Nationals at The Strip at Las Vegas Motor Speedway. The Super Pro final will be contested Sunday.
The $18,000 winner-take-all Ultimate Gambler ($1,000 entry fee) was won by Don Sefton.
FRIDAY: Brad Burton (Pro), Anthony Forbush (Sportsman) and Jeff Zogg (Motorcycle) scored final-round wins on the second day of the Las Vegas Bracket Nationals at The Strip at Las Vegas Motor Speedway.
Due to unseasonably-cold temperatures (almost 20 degrees below the average), the Super Pro finals were moved to Saturday. When they were held on Saturday, Jenny Dawson of Long Beach won the $5,000 first-prize check.
All three finals were decided on the starting line as the losing drivers and rider fouled (red-lit).
Burton, of Golden, Colo., defeated Jesse Adams of Yuba City, Calif. for Pro honors. Adams "went
red" by just .002.
THURSDAY: The first day of the Nov. 25-28 Las Vegas Bracket Nationals is in the chilly record books. Unseasonably-cold weather (by Las Vegas standards) caused the final four Super Pro drivers to split the purse. Scott Stauth (Vail Ariz.), Duane Knutsen (Owatowna, Minn.), Don Sefton (Bremerton, Wash.) and Carl Cannavo (N. Las Vegas) evenly divided the semi-final and final-round checks amongst themselves.
In the Pro category, Chris Melnyk of Leduc, Alberta, Canada fired off a near-perfect .001 reaction
time and defeated Brad Hawk of Tucson, Ariz.
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