Overton Claims $128,000 Dream

ROSSBURG, Ohio — Brandon Overton thought he was destined to finish second Wednesday night during the 28th Dirt Late Model Dream at Eldora Speedway after waiting more than two months to finish the postponed race. As lap 90 clicked off the scoreboard, he was running out of time to catch Chris Madden. Overton stated that without the yellow, Madden would’ve won the race. “Like I said the first time I won, if I don’t ever win another one, I did more than I’d thought I’d do,” Overton said. Madden also finished second in the Eldora Million, said he knew his lead was in jeopardy when the caution for Bobby Pierce and Devin Moran came out with nine laps left. “We were fine as long as we didn’t have a caution,” Madden said. “I really needed to get by (Brandon) Sheppard,” Davenport said. Sheppard, the 2019 Dirt Late Model Dream winner, rounded out the top five.

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