Sanction: Schaeffer's Spring Nationals - $6,000
Information provided by: Richard Allen and series reports (last updated May 30, 8:40 am)
Davenport dominates for $6,000 at Rome
- Jonathan Davenport
- Casey Roberts
- Jason Croft
- Dale McDowell
- Jason Hiett
- Clint Smith
- Jake Knowles
- Austin Horton
- Donald McIntosh
- Ashton Winger
- Stacy Boles
- Zach Leonhardi
- Billy Ogle Jr.
- Chris Madden
- Derek Ellis
- Dale Thurman
- T.J. Reaid
- David Payne
- Ivedent Lloyd Jr.
- Mike Marlar
- Vic Hill
- Tyler Millwood
Jonathan Davenport drove Randy Weaver's car to victory at Rome.
What won the race: Piloting Randy Weaver's No. 116 machine, polesitter Jonathan Davenport of Blairsville, Ga., led flag-to-flag to capture a $6,000 victory in the Old Man's Garage Spring Nationals season finale at Rome Speedway.
Key notes: Davenport picked up his second Spring Nationals win of the season; his last came at Senoia Raceway on March 25. ... He drove the car of Randy Weaver, the Crossville, Tenn., driver who hasn't competed since a rollover accident at East Alabama Motor Speedway in April. ... The defending Lucas Oil Series champion ran fourth in Saturday's Show-Me 100 at Lucas Oil Speedway. ... A yellow flag flew on the opening lap for a pileup involving Mike Marlar, Tyler Millwood and Vic Hill. ... Dale Thurman drew a caution on lap 13 when he stopped on the track. ... A yellow flag waved on lap 22 when Ashton Winger spun racing Chris Madden for the fifth-place spot. ... Derek Ellis drew the final caution on lap 42. ... Running among the top-three, Chris Madden retired early with a flat tire. ... Marlar was the winner of Friday and Saturday's series events at Boyd's and Dixie Speedways.
On the move: Jason Hiett of Oxford, Ala., rallied from the 17th starting spot to finish fifth.
Winner's sponsors: Davenport drove Randy Weaver's No. 116 Outlaw Racing Southeast Longhorn Chassis is powered by a Cornett Ford engine and sponsored by Stone Land Cleaning and Excavating, Mission Transport, A.F. Stone Professional Medical Services and The Bailey Company.
Points chase: With his ninth-place finish, Donald McIntosh of Dawsonville, Ga., clinched his second consecutive Spring Nationals title.
Car count: 27
Fast qualifier: Jonathan Davenport
Time: 14.366 seconds
Polesitter: Jonathan Davenport
Dash winner: Jonathan Davenport
Consolation race winners: Dale Thurman, Dale McDowell
Editor's note: Results and race details are unofficial.