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Daily Dirt 06/23/2024 13:13:27

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December 17
Waycross Motor Speedway,
Waycross, GA
Sanction: Southern Clash Late Models (Ralph Allen Showdown) - $10,000
Information provided by: Track reports (last updated December 18, 6:44 pm)
Van Sickle pockets $10,000 in Waycross win
Ralph Allen Showdown
  1. Kyle Van Sickle
  2. Jordy Nipper
  3. Clay Harris
  4. Rhett Carter
  5. Hunter Carter
  6. Robbie Cowart
  7. Chad Tuten
  8. Bo Allen
  9. Jim Rogers
  10. Jimmy Sharpe Sr.
  11. Jack Williams
  12. Andy Purvis
  13. Morrie West
  14. Scott Johnson
  15. Ryan Carter
  16. Dylan Browning
  17. Johnny Collins
  18. Gordon Peck
  19. Jody Rogers
  20. Tracy Jorgenson
  21. Chase Collins
  22. Scott Waters
  23. Brandon Stone
  24. Phil Pittman
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What won the race: Grabbing the lead on lap 94, fifth-starting Kyle Van Sickle of Jacksonville, Fla., led the final seven laps to win Saturday’s fifth annual Ralph Allen Showdown. Van Sickle finished 1.215 seconds ahead of Jordy Nipper to earn a $10,000 payday in the Southern Clash Late Models event.
Quotable: “I was just worried about getting tangled up in a wreck (after going to the rear of the field) honestly,” said Van Sickle. “I knew we had a good car. Had a hard tire on here. I knew Jordy had a little bit better right rear than we did for restarts and them restarts were killing me. … I knew I had a good long-run car.”
Key notes: Van Sickle had to rally from the back of the back after suffering a flat tire early. He re-entered the top-10 on lap 26 and was up to fourth on lap 34. He moved into second on lap 42. … It was Van Sickle’s third Southern Clash win of the season. He won previously on April 2 and June 3, each at Waycross. … Runner-up Jordy Nipper led laps 35-93, a race-high 59 laps. … Only eight finished the 100-lap feature. … After setting fast time during Friday’s time trails, Bo Allen of Bryceville, Fla., had an opportunity to starting the rear of the feature in the McQuaig Insurance Challenge, which would have paid him an additional $15,000 had he won. Allen finished eighth. … Jim Rogers of Statesboro, Ga., who was slated to start second, took the challenge and finished ninth after completing 81 of 100 laps. … Hunter Carter of Blackshear, Ga., finished fifth after starting 17th.
On the move: Clay Harris of Jupiter, Fla., started 14th and finished third.
Current weather: Clear, 51°F
Car count: 24
Fast qualifier: Bo Allen
Time: 16.953 seconds
Polesitter: Bo Allen
Editor's note: Results and race details are unofficial.
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