Fort Payne Motor Speedway,
Sanction: United Championship Racing Alliance - $2,500
Information provided by: Brian McLeod and Steve Hixson (last updated June 12, 5:41 pm)
May grabs $2,500 UCRA victory at Fort Payne
- Kyle May
- Rusty Ballenger
- Forrest Trent
- Kasey Hall
- Tod Hernandez
- Robert Gant
- Chip Brindle
- Tyler Wood
- Heath Hindman
- Sam Seawright
- Dustin Harris
- Kenny Kizzar
- Marty May
- Lucas Burns
- Dylan Whitlock
Kyle May picks up his $2,500 check at Fort Payne.
What won the race: Kyle May of Pisgah, Ala., earned a career-high $2,500 Saturday at Fort Payne Motor Speedway with a United Crate Racing Alliance victory. May won the 40-lapper over Rusty Ballenger and Forrest Trent.
Quotable: "I didn't wanna see that last caution because my car was better on a long green, and the tires did seal over a little bit before the restart. That had me worried quite a bit," May said. "It's my home track, but there's still some of the best drivers in the region here, and I feel like we done good to be able to run competitive with 'em."
Key notes: Nine cars finished on the lead lap. ... The car of 12-year-old Sam Seawright had an overheating problem while running in the top five and water on his tires sent him sliding off the third turn. … A late yellow with 34 laps completed tightened the field, and there were four cautions during the 40-lapper. ... Chad Green and Ronnie Cooper failed to start the race. Cooper went off turn three in time trials, damaging his entry. Green's car erupted in a plume of smoke during a heat race.
Winner's sponsors: May's No. 55 is sponsored by TA's Suspension and Racin' Warpaint.
Points chase: Entering the weekend, Ballenger led the standings (110) over Eric Hickerson (82).
Car count: 17
Next series race: July 1, Crossville Speedway (Crossville, TN) $2,500
Editor's note: Results and race details are unofficial.