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POINTS UPDATE: Cannon McIntosh Expands Lead to 47 Following Back-to-Back Top-Fives in Missouri

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Keep up with the latest movers in the chase for the 2024 Xtreme Outlaw Midget Series presented by Toyota championship.

LATEST RACE(S): US 36 Raceway (April 5), Sweet Springs Motorsports Complex (April 6)

CURRENT POINTS LEADER: Cannon McIntosh padded his points lead with back-to-back top-five finishes and now leads second-place Ryan Timms by 47 points with 26 races remaining. He led laps in both races en route to a third-place finish Friday at US 36 and a fourth-place run at Sweet Springs on Saturday and has yet to finish outside the top five in an Xtreme Outlaw Series event thus far.

Ryan Timms (+3): Timms jumped from fifth up to second in the standings on the back of fifth and third-place finishes over the weekend. However, he did lose some ground on McIntosh as his gap expanded from 39 points to its current state at 47 points back.

Chase McDermand (+6): McDermand jumped six spots in the standings with back-to-back top-five finishes – second at US 36 and fifth at Sweet Springs. In doing so, he trimmed his points gap to McIntosh down by a single point from before the weekend, and now trails by 59 points as he heads for back-to-back races in his home state of Illinois this weekend.

Karter Sarff (+6): For the first time in his career, Sarff has ascended into the top-five of the Xtreme Outlaw Series standings, thanks to his third career Series win Friday US 36 and an eighth-place run Saturday at Sweet Springs. He jumped from 10th in the standings to where he now sits in fourth – only 82 points out of the lead.

Taylor Reimer (+7): Reimer was the third-biggest mover of the weekend, jumping seven positions in the standings where she now sits in fifth, 90 points behind leader McIntosh. The jump came courtesy of a fourth-place run at US 36 and a runner-up at Sweet Springs, which nearly became her first career win in a Midget before Keith Kunz Motorsports teammate Kale Drake stole the lead from her in the final corners.

Ashton Torgerson (+9): The second-biggest mover of the weekend was Torgerson, who placed seventh and sixth at the two Missouri tracks, launching him from 15th in the standings up to sixth.

Hayden Reinbold (+2): The lone Reinbold/Underwood Motorsports entrant notched finishes of eighth and 11th over the weekend, bringing him up to eighth-place in the standings.

Zach Daum (-6): The 2022 Series champion took the biggest dive inside the top-10 of the points standings after last weekend after mechanical failure took him out of competition completely Saturday night. His first DNS of the season cost him six spots of position in the standings and set him back 215 points as he prepares for a rebound in his home state of Illinois this weekend.

TJ Smith (+11): Smith was the biggest mover inside the top-10 as he jumped from 20th – where he landed after the season opener in Du Quoin – up to ninth. The California racer bounced back from a pair of DNFs in March and posted his first career top-10 finish with the Series at US 36.

Trevor Cline (+8): The young North Carolina racer jumped from 18th in the standings up to 10th following a 14th-place run and a Hard Charger honor at US 36 and a 17th-place run at Sweet Springs.


  1. Cannon McIntosh: 872 points (Keith Kunz Motorsports #71K)
  2. Ryan Timms: -47 points (Keith Kunz Motorsports #67)
  3. Chase McDermand: -59 points (CMR-Mounce/Stout Motorsports #40)
  4. Karter Sarff: -82 points (Karter Sarff Motorsports #21K)
  5. Taylor Reimer: -90 points (Keith Kunz Motorsports #25K)
  6. Ashton Torgerson: -163 points (Keith Kunz Motorsports #67K)
  7. Hayden Reinbold: -180 points (Reinbold/Underwood Motorsports #19AZ)
  8. Zach Daum: -215 points (Trifecta Motorsports #7U)
  9. TJ Smith: -239 points (Mounce/Stout Motorsports #14S)
  10. Trevor Cline: -257 points (Cline Racing #55)

To view the full Series points standings, click here.

NEXT RACE(S): Farmer City Raceway (April 12-13)