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July 17
Penton Raceway,
Penton, AL
Sanction: Chevrolet Performance Super Late Model Series - $2,000
Information provided by: Series reports (last updated July 18, 7:18 am)
Nipper rules Penton in Chevy Series debut
  1. Jordy Nipper
  2. Tyler Crowder
  3. Chad Wallace
  4. Chase Edge
  5. Adam Martin
  6. Rick Culpepper
  7. Ronnie Johnson
  8. Jake Knowles
  9. Mario Gresham
  10. Matt Dooley
  11. Brandon Williams
  12. Matthew Turner
  13. Ross Martin
  14. Forrest Trent
  15. Lavon Sparks
  16. Jadon Frame
  17. Matt Larson
  18. Tim Busha
  19. Trevor Thompson
  20. Frank Wilson
  21. Ryan King
  22. Tony Kemp
  23. Taylor Mitcham
  24. Brian Sims
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Jordy Nipper made his first start on the Chevrolet Performance Super Late Model Series and came away with a $2,000 victory.
What won the race: Making his first start on the Chevrolet Performance Super Late Model Series with a CT525 motor purchased last winter, Jordy Nipper of Gray, Ga., outdueled pole starter Tyler Crowder on the opening lap and led the rest of the distance for a $2,000 victory in front of a good crowd at Penton Raceway.
Quotable: “I knew the start was going to be critical and whoever got the early lead would be difficult to pass, so I made up my mind I was gonna run down hard into the corner, and either come out leading, or running third," Nipper said. "I wanted to win really bad.”
Key notes: Tyler Crowder’s second-place finish marked his third-consecutive top-five performance on the series. … Nine cautions slowed the pace, including five before six laps were completed. … Chad Wallace’s third-place finish was his second start in a race car this season, and his first on the touring series. He recently competed in a weekly show at Senoia (Ga.) Raceway. … Seventeen drivers finished on the lead lap. …The race was a makeup of a June 12 rainout.
On the move: Rookie of the Year candidate Matt Dooley of Brooks, Ga., advanced from 17th on the grid to a 10th-place finish in the 40-lapper.
Winner's sponsors: Nipper's No. 1N is sponsored by M&S Concrete, Cushman Paint & Body, West Coast Livestock, Scotty’s Muffler, Brake and CV Joints, Pit Bull Racing Engines.
Points chase: Tim Busha of Boaz, Ala., lost his six-point lead after going up in a smoke at Penton.
Car count: 27
Fast qualifier: Tyler Crowder
Time: 14.294 seconds
Consolation race winners: Tony Kemp, Frank Wilson
Next series race: July 18, Senoia Raceway (Senoia, GA) $3,000
Editor's note: Results and race details are unofficial.
 
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