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Daily Dirt 02/26/2021 06:28:35

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March 26
Whynot Motorsports Park,
Meridian, MS
Sanction: Mississippi State Championship Challenge Series (Battle of the States) - $2,500
Information provided by: Ben Shelton and track reports (last updated March 29, 7:40 am)
McCool storms to MSCCS opener win at Whynot
Battle of the States
  1. Bub McCool
  2. Jack Sullivan
  3. Rick Rickman
  4. Neil Baggett
  5. Brian Rickman
  6. Brett White
  7. Jamie Tollison
  8. Howard Means
  9. Dean Carpenter
  10. Tim Dees
  11. Terry Mosley
  12. Kody Barber
  13. Dwight Falcon Jr.
  14. Tanner Kellick
  15. Brian Ligon
  16. Wiley Williams
  17. Scott Abraham
  18. Leon Henderson
  19. Dallas Cooper
  20. Chad Thrash
  21. Mark Dodson
  22. Dwight Falcon
presented by
Chris McDill
Bub McCool (57j) battles with Rick Rickman (90) at Whynot.
What won the race: Reigning Mississippi State Championship Challenge Series champion Bub McCool of Vicksburg, Miss. took home a $2,500 payday by capturing the tour's season-opener at Whynot Motorsports Park. McCool survived a mid-race battle with Brian Rickman of Columbus, Miss., for his 23rd career series victory.
Quotable: “We’ve been chomping at the bit to get our season started but the weather has been rough everywhere that we’ve tried to race,” McCool said. “I want to thank Randy Thompson and this entire team for giving me a flawless, race car tonight.”
Key notes: McCool previously won the MSCCS's Mississippi State Championship at Whynot on Sept. 18-19, 2015; he has six career series victories in Meridian, including at least one per year in four of the past five seasons. ... Prior to a caution flag on lap 37, McCool had stretched his lead to more than a half-track margin. ... The third annual Battle of the States drew more than 200 race cars on a warm spring evening. ... Mike Palasini Jr. won the Crate feature.
On the move: Ninth-starting Jack Sullivan of Greenbrier Ark., rallied to finish second.
Winner's sponsors: McCool's Club 29 Race Car is powered by a Jay Dickens Race Engine and sponsored by McCool Logging, BBB Triple Trucking, Little Randy's Hunting Camp, Thompson's Auto Repair, Schaeffer's Oil and MSR Mafia.
Points chase: The event was the MSCCS season opener. McCool is the reigning series champ.
Car count: 24
Fast qualifier: Bub McCool
Polesitter: Rick Rickman
Dash winner: Rick Rickman
Consolation race winners: Jack Sullivan, Dwight Falcon
Next series race: April 16, Magnolia Motor Speedway (Columbus, MS) $2,500
Editor's note: Results and race details are unofficial.
 
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