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Daily Dirt 09/18/2020 18:28:47

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July 1
201 Speedway,
Sitka, KY
Sanction: Unsanctioned special events (Bob Miller Memorial) - $10,000
Information provided by: Track reports (last updated July 2, 10:11 am)
Boggs collects $10,000 at Bob Miller Memorial
Bob Miller Memorial
  1. Jackie Boggs
  2. Greg Johnson
  3. Eddie Carrier Jr.
  4. Tim Dohm
  5. James Williamson
  6. Chris Combs
  7. Derek Fisher
  8. Scott Bloomquist
  9. Brandon Fouts
  10. Dustin Linville
  11. Terry Hicks
  12. Stephen Breeding
  13. D.J. Wells
  14. Shannon Thornsberry
  15. T.J. Hicks
  16. Kirk Phillips
  17. Zack Dohm
  18. Brandon Kinzer
  19. Kenneth Howell
  20. R.J. Conley
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What won the race: Surviving a late skirmish with Scott Bloomquist of Mooresburg, Tenn., Jackie Boggs of Grayson, Ky., captured the Bob Miller Memorial for a $10,000 payday in 201 Speedway's event honoring the late sponsor of both drivers. Boggs, who inherited the lead after Bloomquist slowed with a flat right-rear tire that resulted from contact with Boggs as they raced together in lapped traffic on lap 43, was victorious in the special race for the second consecutive year.
Quotable: “I couldn’t outrun Scott,” said Boggs, who led the race until Bloomquist gained control near the halfway point. “He had a better tire than I had and he could race his car harder, but we got together over there in lapped traffic (on lap 43). He changed his line up and man, I thought he was gonna wreck us both. It’s just a racing thing that happened … I didn’t mean for it to happen like that, but anyway, we’ll take this win any way we can get it. Either me or Scott, Bob (Miller) would’ve loved either either one of us to have won it.”
Key notes: Bloomquist rallied to finish eighth after pitting to change his flat tire on lap 43. ... Greg Johnson finished second; he was unable to seriously challenge Boggs after the lap-43 restart, but he said afterward that he thought an earlier pass he made on Boggs for position shouldn't have been negated by a caution flag. ... Eddie Carrier Jr., driving Jake Keaton's Rocket after the recent folding of the Grover Motorsports team, was third. "I’m not done," he said. "I’m not done winning either ... I think I proved that tonight." ... The Bob Miller Memorial, originally scheduled to have been sanctioned by the Lucas Oil Series, honored the long-time dirt racing sponsor.
Winner's sponsors: Boggs drives a Swartz Race Car sponsored by Central Star Drilling, McCoy Brothers Logging and Quest Energy.
Car count: 26
Fast qualifier: Greg Johnson
Time: 14.376 seconds
Heat race winners: Greg Johnson, Jackie Boggs, Zack Dohm
Consolation race winners: Kenneth Howell
Editor's note: Results and race details are unofficial.
 
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