Little Rock, AR
Sanction: Comp Cams Super Dirt Series (Hammer Hill Havoc) - $2,000
Information provided by: Various reports (last updated May 4, 11:46 am)
Adams nabs first Comp Cams win at I-30
Hammer Hill Havoc
- Ronny Adams
- Clay Fisher
- Robert Baker
- Wendell Wallace
- Ray Moore
- Brandon Smith
- Jack Sullivan
- Kyle Beard
- Raymond Merrill
- Tommy Surrett
- Josh Hughes
- Austin Rettig
- Rick Hearnsberger
- Shannon Scott
- Kody Mea
- Thomas Dacus
- Brandon Poppenheimer
- Jason Hughes
- Jamie Dacus
- Timothy Culp
Ronny Adams enjoys victory lane at I-30 Speedway in Little Rock.
What won the race: Leading all 40 laps, Ronny Adams of Diana, Texas, won from the pole position Saturday at I-30 Speedway for his first victory on the Comp Cams Super Dirt Series.
Key notes: Adams is the sixth winner in six 2014 series events. ... Fourth-starting Timothy Culp broke a crank trigger early and picked up the Keith Craft Racing Engines Hard Luck award. ... Engine trouble forced Jason Hughes out. ... Allen Murray had problems in the third heat that forced him out of the prelim. ... Saturday marked the first of three series stops at Hammer Hill, a sprint car stronghold that hosts several Late Model specials each season. ... Drivers failing to crack the feature lineup: David Payne, Jason Botsford, Arlen Stewart, Joseph Long, Shane Harris, Anthony Burroughs, Keith Craft, Lynn Beach and Murray.
On the move: Robert Baker of Bryant, Ark., advanced five positions from his eighth starting spot to hit the podium; Kyle Beard came from 15th to eighth.
Winner's sponsors: Adams's No. 1A is sponsored by C. Wright Machine.
Points chase: Entering the race, reigning champ Kyle Beard had 552 points for a narrow lead on Tommy Surrett (548) while Clay Fisher (532), rookie Shannon Scott (524) and Brandon Smith (512) are also in title contention.
Car count: 29
Polesitter: Ronny Adams
Heat race winners: Ray Moore, Josh Hughes, Brandon Smith, Clay Fisher
Consolation race winners: Kyle Beard, Raymond Merrill
Next series race: May 9, Timberline Speedway (Corley, TX) $2,000
Editor's note: Results and race details are unofficial.