Golden Isles Speedway,
Sanction: Durrence Layne Winter Shootout (Super Bowl of Racing) - $3,000
Information provided by: Roby Helm (last updated February 8, 1:41 pm)
David Smith earns $3,000 Crate victory at GIS
Super Bowl of Racing
- David Smith
- Cale Conley
- Pearson Lee Williams
- Ryan King
- Chase Edge
- Cla Knight
- Robert Diekemper
- Chesley Dixon
- Wil Herrington
- Ryan Carter
- Cole Godowns
- Rodgerick Dykes
- Trent Ivey
- Jeremy Faircloth
- Blake Spencer
- Nevin Gainey
- Cecil Eunice
David Smith leads the pack early in Sunday's 50-lap main event.
What won the race: David Smith of Inman, S.C., led all 50 laps of Sunday's RockAuto.com Winter Shootout event on the NeSmith Chevrolet Dirt Late Model Series at Golden Isles Speedway, earning $3,000 for his Super Bowl of Racing victory. Cale Conley finished second followed by Pearson Lee Williams in a race postponed to Sunday by Saturday evening rain.
Quotable: “Getting the pole last night was the key to winning this race, but I knew somebody was with me during the second half of the race,” Smith said. “Cale is a good racer and I knew he wouldn’t do anything to get us both in trouble. He really made me hit my marks and cover the bottom."
Key notes: Smith skipped hot laps to save the only four good tires he had for the main event. ... Ryan King used the high side in his 13-position charge to fourth. ... Several drivers scratched from the feature lineup: Jason Fitzgerald, Joshua Bishop, Grant Garrison, Mallory Harvey, Donnie Bazemore, Frank Wilson and Damon Flowers.
On the move: Cale Conley started seventh and finished second; Ryan King rallied from 17th to fourth.
Winner's sponsors: Smith's Barry Wright Chassis carried no major sponsors.
Points chase: Leaving Golden Isles, Chase Edge of LaFayette, Ala., leads NeSmith's RockAuto.com Winter Shootout points with 450 followed by Cale Conley (356) and Ryan King (348).
Car count: 25
Fast qualifier: David Smith
Time: 16.262 seconds
Polesitter: David Smith
Next series race: February 26, Cochran Motor Speedway (Cochran, GA) $2,000
Editor's note: Results and race details are unofficial.