Sanction: Comp Cams Super Dirt Series - $2,000
Information provided by: Chris Stepan and series reports (last updated April 27, 6:29 am)
Moyer Jr. goes flag-to-flag for $2,000 victory
- Billy Moyer Jr.
- Jack Sullivan
- Eric Hickerson
- Kyle Beard
- Shannon Scott
- Clay Fisher
- Tommy Surrett
- Mark Fields
- Keith Craft
- Tanner English
- Brandon Smith
- Brandon Poppenheimer
- Caleb Ashby
- Rick Hearnsberger
- Kody Mea
- Mark Gant
- Jamie Dacus
- Thomas Dacus
- Lynn Beach
- Allen Murray
Billy Moyer Jr. steers to a $2,000 Comp Cams victory at Camden.
What won the race: Polesitter Billy Moyer Jr. of Batesville, Ark., took the lead at the drop of the green flag and led the caution-free 35-lap distance for his 12th career series victory.
Key notes: Jack Sullivan of Greenbrier, Ark., got by third-place finisher Eric Hickerson of Linden, Tenn, and pressured Moyer in lapped traffic, but settled for second. ... Moyer Jr. notched his second overall victory of 2014; his previous triumph came Jan. 12 in Tucson (Ariz.) International Raceway's NDRL-sanctioned Winter Extreme. ... Moyer Jr. is second in all-time series victories behind Wendell Wallace, who has 18. ... The event, drawing 20 drivers representing six states, marked the Arkansas-based tour's second trip to Tennessee.
On the move: Tommy Surrett earned Larry Shaw Race Cars Hard Charger honors for his 12th-to-seventh run.
Winner's sponsors: Moyer Jr.'s Moyer Xtreme by Longhorn race car is powered by a Pro Power Racing Engine with sponsorship from Banner Valley Hauling, BSB Mfg., Car City, Crop Production Services, Dyna-Grow, Imperial Motors, Karl Chevrolet, Mesilla Valley Transportation, New Vision Graphics, Performance Bodies, Red Line Oil, Rockhard Powder Coating and Watters Autoland.
Points chase: With his fourth-place finish, Kyle Beard of Trumann, Ark., takes sole possession of the series points lead; he entered Friday tied with Wendell Wallace, who didn't compete.
Car count: 20
Polesitter: Billy Moyer Jr.
Heat race winners: Eric Hickerson, Jack Sullivan, Billy Moyer Jr.
Next series race: April 26, Riverside Int'l Speedway (West Memphis, AR) $2,000
Editor's note: Results and race details are unofficial.