Cochran Motor Speedway,
Sanction: Chevrolet Performance Super Late Model Series - $3,000
Information provided by: Series reports (last updated July 31, 11:20 am)
Crowder collects first Chevy Series victory
- Tyler Crowder
- Jake Knowles
- Tim Busha
- Joshua Bishop
- Ronnie Johnson
- Austin Smith
- Jadon Frame
- Trey Wood
- Barry Goodman
- Oliver Gentry
- Ryan King
- Chad Wallace
- J.R. Moseley
- Montana Dudley
- Mario Gresham
What won the race: Polesitter Tyler Crowder of Tallahassee, Fla., broke through for his first career Chevrolet Performance Super Late Model Series victory, leading all 50 laps for a $3,000 payday at Cochran Motor Speedway. The winner's margin of victory was 4.626 seconds.
Key notes: Crowder had previously notched multiple runner-up finishes with the tour, but had never won. ... Montana Dudley debuted a new car; he qualified second quickest but retired after slowing for a caution on the feature's second lap. ... Ryan King spun twice for the race's second and third cautions. ... The 50-lap feature took 44 minutes and 30 seconds to complete.
On the move: Joshua Bishop of Statesboro, Ga., improved from 10th to finish fourth.
Winner's sponsors: The winning No. 47 Longhorn Chassis is sponsored by Allen's, Crowder Excavating, Crowder Racing and McMillan & Wife Painting.
Points chase: Crowder has 654 points to lead Jake Knowles (634) and Tim Busha (622).
Car count: 15
Fast qualifier: Tyler Crowder
Time: 14.353 seconds
Polesitter: Tyler Crowder
Next series race: August 12, I-75 Raceway (Sweetwater, TN) $3,000
Editor's note: Results and race details are unofficial.