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Daily Dirt 04/10/2021 23:26:16

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May 10
ArkLaTex Speedway,
Vivian, LA
Sanction: Comp Cams Super Dirt Series - $2,000
Information provided by: Zach Clark and Series reports (last updated May 12, 2:18 pm)
Moore outduels McCool for victory at ArkLaTex
  1. Ray Moore
  2. Bub McCool
  3. Kyle Beard
  4. Tommy Surrett
  5. Timothy Culp
  6. Brandon Smith
  7. Jeff Chanler
  8. Clay Fisher
  9. Patrik Daniel
  10. Rick Hearnsberger
  11. Anthony Burroughs
  12. Brett Frazier
  13. Shannon Scott
  14. Garrett Alberson
  15. Zach McMillan
  16. Kody Mea
  17. Lynn Beach
  18. Lee Davis
  19. Jon Mitchell
  20. Allen Tippen
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What won the race: Returning to the scene of the biggest moments of his career, outside front-row starter Ray Moore of Haughton, La., won a back-and-forth battle with Bub McCool for his fifth career series victory and first since 2011. The third-starting McCool, of Vicksburg, Miss., was second followed by series points leader Kyle Beard of Trumann, Ark., who improved three positions.
Quotable: "Bub did everything he could, he likes this place just as much as I do and I've got the utmost respect for Bub McCool," Moore said. "We did get into it just a little bit in (turn) one, but I think it was just racing. We both want to win here so bad."
Key notes: Moore previously pocketed $10,000 in ArkLaTex's Pelican 100 on Feb. 25-26, 2011, and finished second to Hall of Famer Scott Bloomquist of Mooresburg, Tenn., last month in the track's first Lucas Oil Late Model Dirt Series event after leading most of the way. ... Series stalwart Jon Mitchell of Texarkana, Tex., was among the early retirees. ... Lee Davis spun over turns three and four and retired on the 15th lap. ... The track drew 140 race cars overall ... The tour's Friday stop at Timberline Speedway was rained out, but the series has scheduled a May 16-17 doubleheader at the 2-year-old track in Corley, Texas.
On the move: Brandon Smith of Floral, Ark., salvaged his evening with a rally from 15th to finish sixth.
Winner's sponsors: Moore's MB Customs chassis is powered by a Jay Dickens Racing Engine and sponsored by J&J Motorsports, Mars Race Cars, Moore Wireline, Smith's Towing, Tools International Corporation and X-treme Graphics.
Points chase: With his podium finish, Beard stretched his points lead over Tommy Surrett of Little Rock, Ark., and Clay Fisher of Dewitt, Ark.
Car count: 24
Polesitter: Anthony Burroughs
Heat race winners: Anthony Burroughs, Ray Moore, Bub McCool
Consolation race winners: Clay Fisher
Next series race: July 20, Boothill Speedway (Greenwood, LA) $3,000
Editor's note: Results and race details are unofficial.
 
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