The Tri Area Racing Association hosted the first 2020 sanctioned race by Montana Short Course Off Road Racing Saturday just west of Baker.
According to officials, there were seven Modified cars, 18 Superstock cars and one truck which raced into the night at the off road course north of the Fallon County Shooting Range.
Lander Novak of Colstrip won the Superstock competition, followed by Brett Johnson of Glendive, Justin Stieg of Ekalaka, Casey Schladweiler of Glendive and Doug Stieg of Ekalaka. Clint Dietz of Plevna was sixth in the the Superstock competition, ahead of Cheyenne Tarno of Glendive, Darwin Stedman (truck) of Glendive, Doug Goerndt of Baker and Tony Monson of Glendive rounding out the top ten finishers.
Tristin Sikveland of Circle finished 11th, beating out Taylor Heaton of Baker, Shad Bondell of Baker, Jeff James of Glendive, Zak Clifton of Glendive, David Adams of Ekalaka, Jason Moser of Baker, Nolan Fisher of Glendive and Ernest Lizer of Baker.
In the Modified competition, it was Beau Sikveland of Circle winning. Justin Stieg of Ekalaka was second, followed by Buddy Johnson of Glendive, Trey Adamson of Baker, Jason Smith of Baker, Darwin Stedman of Glendive and Jason Moser of Baker.
The next SCORR race is Saturday, June 27, at noon in Ekalaka.