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May 29
Wythe Raceway,
Rural Retreat, VA
Sanction: Fastrak Racing Series (Triple Crown) - $3,000
Information provided by: Track and series reports (last updated May 30, 8:31 am)
Umberger captures $3,000 Wythe triumph
Triple Crown
  1. Brandon Umberger
  2. David Smith
  3. Matt Henderson
  4. Ross Bailes
  5. Benji Hicks
  6. Cla Knight
  7. Dennis Franklin
  8. Walker Arthur
  9. Chris Steele
  10. Trevor Cregger
  11. Ryan Montgomery
  12. Jimmy McNamara
  13. Philip Thompson
  14. Colby Cannon
  15. Jason Johnson
  16. Vic Chandler
  17. Jimmy Duncan
  18. Jensen Ford
  19. Tyler Arrington
  20. Tony Hicks
  21. Derek Harmon
  22. Anthony Sanders
  23. Corey Almond
  24. Matthew Nance
  25. Brent Hilton
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What won the race: Besting David Smith of Inman, S.C., hometown driver Brandon Umberger of Rural Retreat, Va., picked up a $3,000 Fastrak Racing Series victory in the weekend's Triple Crown finale at Wythe Raceway.
Key notes: Umberger scored his first tour victory of the season. ... Jenson Ford spun to draw a caution on lap three. ... A red flag fell on the ensuing restart for a pileup involving Vic Chandler, David Smith, Tyler Arrington and Anthony Sanders. ... Running second much of the race, Ross Bailes brushed the turn-four wall in the late running, losing a couple of positions. ... A yellow flag flew on lap 36 for debris on the racing surface. ... Bailes captured the first two Triple Crown events at Princeton Speedway and Volunteer Speedway.
Winner's sponsors: Umberger's No. 12 is sponsored by Leedy's Garage, Peach State Truck Transport, Virginia Driveline & Differential, Valley Welding, M&U Transport, Shortway Real Estate and BCU LLC.
Points chase: With his fourth-place finish, Ross Bailes of Clover, S.C., clinches the title in the 11th annual Triple Crown.
Car count: 32
Fast qualifier: Cla Knight
Time: 17.726 seconds
Polesitter: Ross Bailes
Heat race winners: Ross Bailes, Brandon Umberger, Dennis Franklin, Matt Henderson
Consolation race winners: Trevor Cregger
Next series race: June 4, Virginia Motor Speedway (Jamaica, VA) $3,000
Editor's note: Results and race details are unofficial.
 
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