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Daily Dirt 12/07/2019 04:09:55

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May 24
Princeton Speedway,
Princeton, WV
Sanction: Fastrak Racing Series (Triple Crown) - $2,000
Information provided by: Series and track reports (last updated May 26, 8:22 am)
Compton grabs second weekend win at Princeton
Triple Crown
  1. Kennie Compton Jr.
  2. Eddie Hambrick
  3. Chris Meadows
  4. Ron Parker
  5. Aaron Barley
  6. Dennis Franklin
  7. Walker Arthur
  8. Corey Gordon
  9. Henry Hornsby III
  10. Ryan Montgomery
  11. David Smith
  12. Joel Prosser
  13. Michael Bland
  14. Matthew Nance
  15. Colby Cannon
  16. Ashley Brewster
  17. Cla Knight
  18. Matt Bennett
  19. Chad Justice
  20. Shane Greco
  21. T.J. Salango
  22. Rick Solari
  23. Eric Bennett
  24. Tyler Bare
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Kennie Compton Jr. picked up his second trophy of the weekend.
What won the race: In a battle of front-row starters, Kennie Compton Jr. of Bland, Va., outgunned Eddie Hambrick of Beckley, W.Va., and led all 40 laps of Sunday's Triple Crown finale at Princeton Speedway. Compton earned $2,000 for his second Fastrak Racing Series victory of the weekend.
Key notes: Compton was not challenged down the stretch en route to becoming the tour's first repeat winner of 2015. ... Ron Parker and Chris Meadows pressured Hambrick for second, but neither could overtake the runner-up. ... The race's initial start was called back. ... The next yellow flew on lap two for an incident involving Eric Bennett and Tyler Bare. Bennett also drew a caution on the ensuing restart. … Another lap-two caution waved for a multi-car tangle in turn two. … Matthew Nance spun to draw a lap-15 caution. … Shane Greco drew a caution on lap 27 with a flat tire. ... Compton previously won Friday at Beckley Motor Speedway, while Parker won Saturday at Wythe Raceway. ... In total, more than $40,000 in purse money was up for grabs during the 10th annual Triple Crown weekend.
Points chase: Parker was crowned the Triple Crown points champion. Walker Arthur of Forest, Va., leads the tour's overall standings.
Polesitter: Eddie Hambrick
Next series race: June 6, Toccoa Raceway (Toccoa, GA) $2,000
Editor's note: Results and race details are unofficial.
 
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