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May 17
Waycross Motor Speedway,
Waycross, GA
Sanction: Southern All Star Series - $4,000
Information provided by: Connie Putnam, series and team reports (last updated May 19, 11:13 am)
Lloyd grabs 40-lap SAS victory at Waycross
  1. Ivedent Lloyd Jr.
  2. Cecil Eunice
  3. Jordy Nipper
  4. Joe Armistead Jr.
  5. Riley Hickman
  6. Josh Putnam
  7. Todd Morrow
  8. Chris Wilson
  9. Dylan Ames
  10. Hampton White
  11. Paul Jorgensen
  12. Russell Brown Jr.
  13. Bo Shirley
  14. Joey Armistead
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Connie Putnam/photobyconnie.com
Ivedent Lloyd Jr. captured his first Southern All Star victory since 2010.
What won the race: Dominating the second half of the race, third-starting Ivedent Lloyd Jr. of Ocala, Fla., notched his third career Southern All Star victory, and first since 2010, in collecting $4,000 at Waycross (Ga.) Motor Speedway. Lloyd beat polesitter and long-time south Georgia veteran Cecil Eunice of Blackshear, Ga., to the checkers, denying Eunice a late-career first series victory.
Key notes: Outside front-row starter Russell Brown Jr., spun after contact with polesitter Cecil Eunice on the first lap; on the second start, Brown led for about 15 laps until Eunice caught him in lapped traffic and they made contact; Brown eventually parked with a bent tie rod. ... Lloyd led the second half of the race. ... Nine drivers completed all 40 laps at the half-mile oval. ... Joey Armistead's night ended after three laps while his father, Joe, finished fourth. ... Bo Shirley retired after 10 laps. ... The series made just its fourth-ever visit to the southeast Georgia oval. ... Waycross runs a limited racing schedule with primarily Limited Late Models on its race programs, one reason for the modest car count.
On the move: Todd Morrow picked up three positions in starting 10th and finishing seventh.
Winner's sponsors: Lloyd's Snow Bros. Race Car has a Race Engine Design powerplant and is sponsored by IBS Manufacturing, Augusta Delivery Service, SIS Southway, AFCO, RaceCar Engineering and Hoosier Dirt Tire South.
Points chase: Points leader and fifth-place finisher Riley Hickman stretched his lead over Dylan Ames, the top series rookie.
Car count: 14
Fast qualifier: Russell Brown Jr.
Time: 16.524 seconds
Polesitter: Cecil Eunice
Next series race: May 23, Thunderhill Raceway (Summertown, TN) $4,000
Editor's note: Fixes lap leaders, details about Russell Brown Jr.
 
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