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Daily Dirt 04/18/2021 16:15:32

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June 11
Fort Payne Motor Speedway,
Fyffe, AL
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
  1. Kyle May
  2. Rusty Ballenger
  3. Forrest Trent
  4. Kasey Hall
  5. Tod Hernandez
  6. Robert Gant
  7. Chip Brindle
  8. Tyler Wood
  9. Heath Hindman
  10. Sam Seawright
  11. Dustin Harris
  12. Kenny Kizzar
  13. Marty May
  14. Lucas Burns
  15. Dylan Whitlock
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Brian McLeod
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.
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