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Daily Dirt 05/17/2024 19:46:56

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April 1
Bristol Motor Speedway,
Bristol, TN
Sanction: American All-Star Series presented by PPM (Bristol Dirt Showcase) - $5,000
Information provided by: Series, track and team reports (last updated April 4, 11:34 pm)
Weiss wires All-Star field for $5,000 at Bristol
Bristol Dirt Showcase
  1. Ricky Weiss
  2. Dillon Brown
  3. Benji Hicks
  4. Logan Walls
  5. Jacob Brown
  6. Bradley Lewelling
  7. Justin Hudspeth
  8. Garret Paugh
  9. Colby Quick
  10. Tim Maupin
  11. Duke Lowe
  12. Derek Fisher
  13. Joshua Chesney
  14. Chub Gunter
  15. Ronnie Martin Jr.
  16. Jordan Koehler
  17. Jordan Hedger
  18. Terry Poore
  19. Seth Wimpey
  20. Chase Oliver
  21. David Grass
  22. Josh Dietz
  23. Trey Bayne
  24. T.J. Salango
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Ricky Weiss in victory lane after his $5,000 Bristol victory.
What won the race: Ricky Weiss of Headingley, Manitoba, led all 30 laps from the pole at Bristol Motor Speedway, winning Saturday's $5,000 American Crate All-Star Series presented by PPM portion of the Bristol Dirt Showcase. Weiss earned his second career victory at Bristol after topping a $25,000 World of Outlaws feature there last year.
Quotable: “Since they’ve been putting dirt down on Bristol the past few years we have speed every time we come here," Weiss said. "Track position is key at this place, and we put ourselves in position to be successful every time we hit the track with fast time and a dash win to earn the pole. From there we set sail and got the job done.”
Key notes: Seventh-starting Dillon Brown of Gaffney, S.C., moved into the runner-up position on lap 24 and finished 1.922 seconds back. ... Ninth-starting Benji Hicks completed the podium in third. ... Jacob Brown advanced eight positions and finished fifth. ... Justin Hudspeth gained four spots and placed seventh. ... Trey Bayne ran as high as second before dropping out on lap nine, finishing 23rd. ... The season-opening American Crate All-Star Series feature was slowed by four cautions and lasted 44 minutes, with 10 drivers completing all 30 laps.
On the move: Garret Paugh of Elkins, W.Va., started 19th and finished eighth.
Winner's sponsors: Weiss drives a Sniper Chassis powered by an Eagle Racing Engine and sponsored by G-Style Transport, Turk Enterprises, Collins Brothers Towing, Derrick’s Sandblasting, Drydene Performance Products, Keewatin Truck Service, Borderland Hay & Straw, Wiesner Trucking, VP Racing Fuels, DirtCarLift.com, Total Works Truck & Equipment, Straight Ahead Ventures, Inc., Penske Racing Shocks and RDW Recycling.
Current weather: Scattered Clouds, 50°F
Car count: 40
Fast qualifier: Ricky Weiss
Time: 17.437 seconds
Polesitter: Ricky Weiss
Dash winner: Ricky Weiss
Heat race winners: Dillon Brown, Benji Hicks, Derek Fisher, Colby Quick
Consolation race winners: Garret Paugh, Chase Oliver
Provisional starters: Jordan Hedger, David Grass
Next series race: April 8, I-75 Raceway (Sweetwater, TN) $7,500
Editor's note: Results and race details are unofficial.

Feature lineup

Row 1: Weiss, Bayne
Row 2: Lewelling, Maupin
Row 3: Walls, Dietz
Row 4: D. Brown, Fisher
Row 5: Hicks, Quick
Row 6: Hudspeth, Wimpey
Row 7: J. Brown, Lowe
Row 8: Martin Jr., Chesney
Row 9: Koehler, Poore
Row 10: Paugh, Oliver
Row 11: Salango, Gunter
Row 12: Hedger, Grass
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