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October 8
Muskingum County Speedway,
Zanesville, OH
Sanction: Unsanctioned Supers (Jim Dunn Memorial) - $10,000
Information provided by: Track reports (last updated October 9, 8:40 pm)
Moran captures third Dunn Memorial, $10,000
Jim Dunn Memorial
  1. Devin Moran
  2. Tyler Carpenter
  3. Doug Drown
  4. Matt Cosner
  5. Jacob Hawkins
  6. Shane McLoughlin
  7. Anthony Kinkade
  8. Colten Burdette
  9. Henry Hornsby III
  10. Eddie Carrier Jr.
  11. Payton Freeman
  12. Rod Conley
  13. Tristan Chamberlain
  14. Jesse Wisecarver
  15. G.R. Smith
  16. Clint Keenan
  17. Caiden Black
  18. Cory Workman
  19. Jerry Aber
  20. Ryan Abel
  21. Freddie Carpenter
  22. Andy Bond
  23. Corey Conley
  24. Kevin Smith
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Tyler Carr
Devin Moran poses with a throwback car in victory lane after his Jim Dunn Memorial victory.
What won the race: Devin Moran of Dresden, Ohio, took the lead with an outside move on lap four and paced the remaining circuits to win Saturday's 40th annual 40-lap Jim Dunn Memorial at Muskingum County Speedway. He earned $10,000 for his second consecutive and third career victory in the event.
Quotable: "Dad's gotten six (Jim Dunn Memorial victories), so I'm getting a little closer, but I ain't to him yet," said Moran, whose father, Donnie, is the event's winningest driver. "It's awesome. (Dunn) was from right around here local."
Key notes: Moran's first Jim Dunn Memorial victory came in 2018 at Midway (Ohio) Speedway. ... After winning $3,000 at Ohio's Hilltop Speedway on Friday, Tyler Carpenter of Parkersburg, W.Va., advanced five positions and finished second. ... Polesitter Doug Drown failed to lead a lap and finished third. ... Matt Cosner gained two spots and finished fourth. ... After leading the first three laps, Shane McLoughlin faded in the closing laps and finished sixth. ... Eddie Carrier Jr. advanced three positions and finished 10th as a teammate to Matt Cosner. ... The feature was slowed by six cautions. … Payton Freeman finished 11th in his debut run driving for G.R. Smith. ... The race was run in memory of the late Jim Dunn, the winner of the inaugural Dirt Track World Championship at Pennsboro (W.Va.) Speedway who died in a racing accident at Paducah (Ky.) International Raceway on May 7, 1983. ... Moran posed with Jim Dunn throwback car in victory lane.
On the move: Jacob Hawkins of Fairmont, W.Va., started 10th and finished fifth.
Winner's sponsors: Moran’s Tye Twarog Racing Longhorn Chassis is powered by a Clements Racing Engine and sponsored by C&W Trucking, Big D’s Pizza, Subs, Ribs and Chicken, Tommy Pope Construction, Accu-Force Dynos & Testers, M&M Painting & Construction, VP Racing Fuels, Lucas Oil, FK Rod Ends, Hoosier Racing Tire, The Joie of Seating, igimage.com, Eddie’s Sunoco and Muskingum County Speedway.
Current weather: Clear, 46°F
Car count: 41
Fast qualifier: Doug Drown
Polesitter: Doug Drown
Heat race winners: Doug Drown, Devin Moran, Shane McLoughlin, Corey Conley
Consolation race winners: Caiden Black, Andy Bond
Provisional starters: Ryan Abel
Editor's note: Results and race details are unofficial.

Feature lineup

Row 1: Drown, Moran
Row 2: McLoughlin, Conley
Row 3: Burdette, Cosner
Row 4: T. Carpenter, Hornsby III
Row 5: Kinkade, Jac. Hawkins
Row 6: F. Carpenter, T. Chamberlain
Row 7: Carrier Jr., Freeman
Row 8: G.R. Smith, Rod Conley
Row 9: Black, Bond
Row 10: Wisecarver, Keenan
Row 11: K. Smith, Workman
Row 12: Abel
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