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CCSDS at I-30 Speedway - 9/26 Results (Read 1377 times)
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09/26/15 at 10:19pm
Comp Cams Super Dirt Series
September 26, 2015
Clay Fisher Takes I-30 Speedway Win; Jack Sullivan Claims CCSDS Title
by Ben Shelton
LITTLE ROCK, Arkansas (September 26) – The COMP Cams Super Dirt Series (CCSDS) presented by Lucas Oil put a wrap on the 2015 season on Saturday evening with the 9th Annual Midsouth Dirt Track Championship at I-30 Speedway. Dewitt, Arkansas racer,
It would be night of firsts at the ¼ mile oval. Clay Fisher emerged victorious for the first time in his career in CCSDS competition, while Jack Sullivan claimed his first-ever, CCSDS championship
Danny Zimmerman from Wylie, Texas earned the New Vision Graphics Pole Award for the $3,000-to-win finale with Clay Fisher starting alongside. The drop of the green flag found Zimmerman jumping to the lead, but his time at the front would only last a single lap as Fisher charged to the top spot on the second circuit.
By lap 5 Fisher enjoyed a comfortable lead with Zimmerman, Kyle Beard, Jack Sullivan, and Ronny Adams in pursuit. Over the next several circuits the battle for the runner-up spot was fantastic with a trio of racers contending for the position.
A lap 13 caution for Tommy Surrett, who slowed on the front stretch regrouped the field. Fisher led Zimmerman, Beard, Sullivan, and Adams back to the green flag. Sullivan slipped off the backstretch, causing him to fall to 5th as Adams shot to the 2nd spot ahead of Beard and Zimmerman.
Despite a late-race caution that bunched the field again, Fisher raced away from the field to claim his first win. Sullivan rebounded to finish 2nd with Beard, Adams, and Jon Mitchell completing the top five.
“We’ve been trying for several years to get one of these wins so it feels awesome to finally get over the hump,” said Clay Fisher. “Thanks to my crew, my sponsors, and my fans for their great support.”
Greenbrier, Arkansas racer, Sullivan only had to enter the event to clinch his first-career title with the series.
“Chris Ellis and his staff run a top-notch operation with this series, and it’s an honor to get the championship this season,” said Sullivan. “We had a few ups and downs, but my team and sponsors stood behind me. Without them there’s no way I could’ve won this title.”
Batesville, Arkansas racer, Gavin Landers, claimed the Kuntz & Co. Rookie of the Year title.
1 2 99F Clay Fisher Dewitt, AR
2 5 18S Jack Sullivan Greenbriar, AR
3 3 86 Kyle Beard Trumann, AR
4 7 11A Ronny Adams Longview, TX
5 8 5M Jon Mitchell Texarkana, TX
6 11 77L Gavin Landers Batesville, AR
7 1 86M Danny Zimmerman Wylie, TX
8 4 94 Austin Rettig Sikeston, Mo
9 13 115 Brandon Smith Floral, AR
10 10 7 David Payne Cabot, AR
11 15 41 Kanyan Methvin Yellville, AR
12 6 37L Joseph Long Bryant, AR
13 14 11D Hunter Duren Yellville, AR
14 12 F27 Lynnsee Provence Little Rock, AR
15 9 27S Tommy Surrett Little Rock, AR
16 17 F28 Eddie Provence East End, AR
17 16 86B Gary Beard Truman, AR
1 86M Danny Zimmerman
2 86 Kyle Beard
3 37L Joseph Long
4 5m Jon Mitchell
5 7 David Payne
6 77L Gavin Landers
7 115 Brandon Smith
8 41 Kanyan Methvin
1 99F Clay Fisher
2 94 Austin Rettig
3 18S Jack Sullivan
4 27S Tommy Surrett
5 11A Ronny Adams
6 F27 Lynnsee Provence
7 11D Hunter Duren
8 86B Gary Beard
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