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Daily Dirt 09/25/2022 19:17:14

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May 17
Timberline Speedway,
Corley, TX
Sanction: Comp Cams Super Dirt Series - $2,000
Information provided by: Series reports (last updated May 19, 10:51 pm)
Moyer Jr. collects $2,000 Timberline victory
  1. Billy Moyer Jr.
  2. Kyle Beard
  3. Ray Moore
  4. Clay Fisher
  5. Anthony Burroughs
  6. Tommy Surrett
  7. Patrik Daniel
  8. Brandon Smith
  9. Wendall Bolden
  10. Rick Hearnsberger
  11. David Payne
  12. Kody Mea
  13. Garrett Alberson
  14. Lynn Beach
  15. Ronny Adams
  16. Timothy Culp
  17. Jon Mitchell
  18. Shannon Scott
  19. Gary Beard
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Billy Moyer Jr. gets rolling on the May 16-17 weekend in east Texas.
What won the race: Fifth-starting Billy Moyer Jr. of Batesville, Ark., took the lead from Ray Moore of Haughton, La., in traffic just after the 30-lap feature's midway point and went on to become the Comp Cams Super Dirt Series' first repeat winner in 2014. Friday's Timberline winner Kyle Beard of Trumann, Ark., and Moore rounded out the podium.
Quotable: “Hats off to Billy White and the entire Timberline Speedway staff on their efforts this weekend," series director Chris Ellis said. "This is the best this track has ever been as you could race top to bottom both nights. They started reworking the track at 7:30 a.m. this morning, and it showed with great racing.”
Key notes: Moore took the lead at the drop of the green flag from his outside front-row starting spot. ... Shannon Scott spun on the first lap after exiting turn four three-wide. ... Moyer quickly moved to second. ... Lynn Beach and Rick Hearnsberger tangled to trigger the race's second caution. ... Moyer took the point just after the leaders caught the tail of the field. ... Timothy Culp drew the final caution; Beard took second from Moore on the ensuing restart. ... Moyer ran unchallenged in the closing stages and secured the $2,000 victory. ... The 26-year-old's previous Comp Cams victory came April 25 at Camden (Tenn.) Speedway; his 13 career series victories are second to only Wendell Wallace's 18. ... Moyer's Hall of Fame father also triumphed Saturday, winning $3,000 in the Lucas Oil Midwest LateModel Racing Association's event at Outlaw Motorsports Park in Muskogee, Okla.
On the move: After starting ninth, Beard worked his way to a runner-up finish.
Winner's sponsors: Moyer Jr.'s Moyer Xtreme by Longhorn Chassis is powered by a Pro Power Racing Engine with sponsorship from Banner Valley Hauling, BSB Mfg., Car City, Crop Production Services, Dyna-Grow, Imperial Motors, Karl Chevrolet, Mesilla Valley Transportation, New Vision Graphics, Performance Bodies, Red Line Oil, Rockhard Powder Coating and Watters Autoland.
Points chase: Beard widened his points lead for the second consecutive night, Clay Fisher of Dewitt, Ark., and Tommy Surrett of Little Rock, Ark., entered the event as Beard's nearest competitors; they finished fourth and sixth respectively.
Car count: 19
Polesitter: Tommy Surrett
Heat race winners: Tommy Surrett, Wendall Bolden, Shannon  Scott
Next series race: July 20, Boothill Speedway (Greenwood, LA) $3,000
Editor's note: Results and race details are unofficial.
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