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Daily Dirt 04/18/2021 01:37:14

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April 26
Riverside Int'l Speedway,
West Memphis, AR
Sanction: Comp Cams Super Dirt Series - $2,000
Information provided by: Chris Stepan (last updated April 27, 4:25 pm)
Weder captures first Comp Cams victory
  1. Tommy Weder Jr.
  2. Keith Craft
  3. Clay Fisher
  4. Brandon Smith
  5. Shannon Scott
  6. David Payne
  7. Jack Sullivan
  8. Rick Hearnsberger
  9. Dillon Knight
  10. Lynn Beach
  11. Tommy Surrett
  12. Lynn Irwin
  13. Larry Potter
  14. Kody Mea
  15. Joseph Long
  16. Kevin Christiansen
  17. Charlie Cole
  18. Kyle Beard
  19. Brandon Poppenheimer
  20. Derrick Richter
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Richard Cunningham/circlesville.com
Tommy Weder Jr. (02) works under Tommy Surrett (27) at Riverside.
What won the race: Ninth-starting Tommy Weder Jr. of Woodward, Okla., fought past race-long leader and polesitter Tommy Surrett of Little Rock, Ark., on a lap-29 restart and led the rest of the 40-lap feature for his first series victory. Keith Craft and Clay Fisher chased him to the checkers while Surrett faded to finish 11th.
Key notes: Weder had a two-victory weekend; he won Friday in Monett, Mo. ... A half-dozen cautions slowed the action and most cars sustained some type of damage. ... Craft survived a lap-15 tangle with Kody Mea and Brandon Smith. ... Joseph Long crashed while battling for third, also on lap 15. ... The series made its 11th visit to West Memphis. ... Ross Camponovo and Brandon Smith won last year's series races at Riverside. ... Billy Moyer Jr. won Friday's series stop in Camden, Tenn., but he spent his Saturday evening winning $10,000 at Kentucky Lake Motor Speedway.
On the move: Weder advanced eight positions to score his victory; David Payne came from 15th to finish sixth in the attrition-filled race.
Winner's sponsors: Weder drives a Bloomquist Race Car with a Clements Automotive Racing Engine and sponsorship from Edge Services, Koda Services, Tara Apartments, New Vision Graphics and Edge Wreckers.
Points chase: Kyle Beard of Trumann, Ark., entered with the series points lead, but was among the first retirees, finishing 18th.
Car count: 20
Heat race winners: Tommy Surrett, Keith Craft, Brandon Poppenheimer
Next series race: May 2, Crawford County Speedway (Van Buren, AR) $2,000
Editor's note: Results and race details are unofficial.
 
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