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April 23
Whynot Motorsports Park,
Meridian, MS
Sanction: Chevrolet Performance Super Late Model Series - $3,000
Information provided by: Series reports (last updated April 25, 4:57 pm)
Page rules Whynot for first Chevy tour win
  1. Michael Page
  2. William Thomas
  3. Ronnie Johnson
  4. Tyler Crowder
  5. Scott Dedwylder
  6. Chase Washington
  7. Joseph Joiner
  8. Ross Martin
  9. Jake Knowles
  10. Tim Busha
  11. Chad Wallace
  12. Mike Boland
  13. Oliver Gentry
  14. J.R. Moseley
  15. Austin Smith
  16. Jadon Frame
  17. Matt Larson
  18. Mario Gresham
  19. Adam Martin
  20. Jimmy Thomas
  21. Colby Kilgore
  22. Ryan King
  23. Frank Wilson
  24. Evan Ellis
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Bruce Carroll
Michael Page enjoys his first Chevy Series victory.
What won the race: Michael Page of Douglasville, Ga., won from the pole position at Whynot Motorsports Park for his first victory at the track and on the Chevrolet Performance Series. Page earned $3,000 in the 50-lapper. (Two days after the event, the series elevated William Thomas to first place after disqualifying Michael Page for using unapproved valve springs. )
Key notes: Page finished second the previous night at Magnolia Motor Speedway in Columbus, Miss. ... Nine starters completed 50 laps. ... The 4-year-old tour made its third trip to Whynot.
On the move: William Thomas of Phenix City, Ala., started seventh and finished second.
Winner's sponsors: Page's No. 18x is sponsored by R.T. Moore Trucking, West Ga. Fence and T&T Trucking.
Car count: 27
Fast qualifier: Michael Page
Time: 12.943 seconds
Polesitter: Michael Page
Consolation race winners: J.R. Moseley, Chase Washington
Provisional starters: Jadon Frame, Ross Martin
Next series race: May 13, Penton Raceway (Penton, AL) $2,000
Editor's note: Two days after the event, the series elevated William Thomas to first place after disqualifying Michael Page for using unapproved valve springs.
 
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