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Daily Dirt 09/24/2020 06:24:15

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May 29
Greenville Speedway,
Greenville, MS
Sanction: Mississippi State Championship Challenge Series - $2,500
Information provided by: Series reports (last updated May 30, 5:33 pm)
Culp continues MSCCS success at Greenville
  1. Timothy Culp
  2. Brian Rickman
  3. B.J. Robinson
  4. Kyle Beard
  5. Chad Thrash
  6. Bub McCool
  7. Rick Rickman
  8. Tommy Surrett
  9. Kody Barber
  10. Jon Mitchell
  11. Dean Carpenter
  12. Bo Gordon
  13. Brandon Hightower
  14. Doug Showah
  15. Bubba Harrison
  16. Mark Dodson
  17. Scott Abraham
  18. Manny Falcon
  19. Dwight Falcon
  20. Lynn Beach
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Tommy Best/Best Photography
Timothy Culp won May 29's MSCCS feature in Greenville, Miss.
What won the race: Winning at Greenville Speedway on the Mississippi State Championship Challenge Series for the third straight season, 10th-starting Timothy Culp of West Monroe, La., topped polesitter Brian Rickman for a $2,500 victory on Sunday evening. Rickman was 0.720 seconds behind at the checkers.
Key notes: Culp has won the last two Gumbo Nationals, the season-ending MSCCS event at Greenville. ... Culp, the Arkansas-based driver who will soon tackle the UMP DIRTcar Summernationals, notched his second victory overall of 2016; he previously won Feb. 20 at Northeast Arkansas Speedway. ... The Mississippi tour visited Greenville for the 25th time. ... The tour returns to Greenville on Aug. 13, Sept. 30 and Oct. 1.
On the move: Culp started 10th; Kody Barber started 20th and finished ninth.
Winner's sponsors: Culp's Bob Pierce Race Car is powered by a Kuntz & Co. engine and sponsored by Bennings Heat & Air, Carrier, Culp's Automotive, MSR Mafia, Velocita, Allstar Performance, BulletProof Tees, Brian Craighead Designs and Schaeffer's Racing Oil.
Points chase: Bub McCool leads MSCCS points.
Car count: 20
Next series race: June 10, Hattiesburg Speedway (Hattiesburg, MS) $2,000
Editor's note: Results and race details are unofficial.
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