Diamond Park Speedway,
Sanction: Comp Cams Super Dirt Series - $2,000
Information provided by: Series reports (last updated May 7, 11:28 am)
Wallace grabs Comp Cams win at Diamond Park
- Wendell Wallace
- Garrett Alberson
- Larry Campbell
- Kyle Cummings
- Jack Sullivan
- Austin Rettig
- Kyle Beard
- Jon Mitchell
- Scott Crigler
- Clay Fisher
- Austin Theiss
- Gavin Landers
- Hunter Rasdon
- Mason Oberkramer
- Chandler Petty
- Lee Davis
- David Payne
- Danny Zimmerman
- Joseph Long
- Jonathan Rowan
What won the race: Leading every lap from the pole, Wendell Wallace of Batesville, Ark., captured his series-leading 20th career Comp Cams Super Dirt Series victory at Diamond Park Speedway, pocketing the $2,000 top prize to open a doubleheader weekend for the Arkansas-based series.
Key notes: While the 35-lapper marked his first series victory of the season, Wallace has two regular-season victories in West Plains, Mo. ... Garrett Alberson advanced from the seventh starting spot to place second in the Childress Racing machine. ... Outside polesitter Jonathan Rowan retired in the early laps. ... A single caution slowed the action when Danny Zimmerman tangled with the lapped car of Joseph Long on the 14th lap. ... Brandon Smith, Neil Kemp and Brandon Wilson failed to make the feature lineup. ... Comp Cams competitors wrap up the two-race weekend at ArkLaTex Speedway in Vivian, La.
On the move: Provisional starter Kyle Beard of Trumann, Ark., started 19th and finished seventh to earn Larry Shaw Race Cars Hard Charger honors; Beard had a setback when his engine broke a rocker arm in heat race action.
Winner's sponsors: Wallace's No. 6m is sponsored by Dan Abernathy's Custom Center, Triple A Diesel Service, Wincrest Farms and Delph Communications
Points chase: Austin Rettig of Sikeston, Mo., entered the weekend with 348 points to lead Jack Sullivan (341).
Car count: 23
Heat race winners: Wendell Wallace, Jonathan Rowan, Danny Zimmerman
Provisional starters: Kyle Beard
Next series race: May 7, ArkLaTex Speedway (Vivian, LA) $2,000
Editor's note: Corrects lap count to 35; updates with details.