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March 11
Southern Raceway,
Milton, FL
Sanction: Southern All Star Series (Battle at the Beach) - $10,000
Information provided by: Series and track reports (last updated March 13, 2:55 pm)
Joiner repeats in Bash at the Beach at Southern
Battle at the Beach
  1. Joseph Joiner
  2. Dalton Cook
  3. Stephen Brantley
  4. Bo Slay
  5. Tyler Clem
  6. Matt Dooley
  7. Jeremy Pate
  8. Steven Jernigan
  9. Ryan Crane
  10. Parker Martin
  11. Kendall Franklin
  12. Matthew Brocato
  13. Dan Cox
  14. Willie Traywick
  15. Michael Franklin
  16. Adam Boyd
  17. Jared Watson
  18. Brenden Smith
  19. Larry Yates
  20. Ashton Winger
  21. Billy Franklin
  22. Caleb Gay
  23. Tim Anderson
  24. Shay Miller
  25. G.R. Smith
presented by
Joshua Joiner
Joseph Joiner poses with his family after winning Saturday's Bash at the Beach at Southern Raceway.
What won the race: Hometown pilot Joseph Joiner survived an action-packed 50-lap feature for a $10,000 payday in Saturday's sixth annual Bash at the Beach at Southern Raceway. Joiner grabbed the lead from pole-starting Dalton Cook on lap 15 and led the remainder of the distance en route to his seventh career Southern All Star Series triumph.
Quotable: “Friday night we had a good shot at a win but had to check up early to avoid contact from a slide job and it caused the engine to backfire through the carburetor, so we had to duck into the pits to replace the air filter,” Joiner said. “It was a challenging weekend, but for our first Super Late Model weekend of the year we couldn’t ask for much more.”
Key notes: Joiner finished 2.325 seconds ahead of Dalton Cook, who held firm in the runner-up spot after leading laps 1-14. … Four of Joiner's seven career Southern All Star victories have come at Southern. ... Contact between G.R. Smith and Ashton Winger as they battled for second early in the race led to Smith sliding through the infield in turns one and two to trigger a caution flag. Smith then hit Winger three times during the caution period and was disqualified; Winger retired after three laps with a flat tire. ... Pit-area altercations between the Smith and Winger teams resulted in Winger and his father, Gary, being arrested along with Scottie Parker, who oversees Smith's merchandise trailer (see DirtWire). ... Friday winner Billy Franklin of Calera, Ala., was collected in a multicar tangle on lap three that left him atop another competitor's car in turn two; the incident was triggered when Cook slid sideways off turn two at the front of the pack. … A dozen drivers completed 50 laps.
On the move: Matthew Brocato of Muscle Shoals, Ala., started 22nd and finished 12th.
Winner's sponsors: Joiner’s Draime-powered Longhorn Chassis is sponsored by Langenfelder Mechanical Contractors, Trading Paints, Base Racing Fuel, Dirt Track Bank, AFCO Racing Products, QA1, FK Rod Ends, Schoenfeld Headers, Wehrs Machine, Jones Racing Products, Earnhardt Technologies, MD3, Five Star Bodies, Gorsuch Performance, Bilstein Shocks, and ATC Bolts.
Current weather: Clear, 61°F
Car count: 26
Fast qualifier: Dalton Cook
Time: 14.409 seconds
Polesitter: Dalton Cook
Heat race winners: Dalton Cook, Ashton Winger, G.R. Smith, Tyler Clem
Next series race: March 18, Lexington 104 Speedway (Lexington, TN) $5,000
Editor's note: Results and race details are unofficial.

Feature lineup

Row 1: Cook, Winger
Row 2: G. Smith, Clem
Row 3: Joiner, B. Smith
Row 4: B. Franklin, Brantley
Row 5: Dooley, Slay
Row 6: Pate, Crane
Row 7: Gay, Martin
Row 8: Jernigan, Watson
Row 9: Anderson, Franklin
Row 10: Traywick, Miller
Row 11: M. Franklin, Brocato
Row 12: Boyd, Cox
Row 13: Yates
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