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August 13
Senoia Raceway,
Senoia, GA
Sanction: Ultimate Southeast Series (Friends of the Dream 40) - $3,000
Information provided by: Series and track reports (last updated August 15, 3:06 pm)
Page notches first Ultimate triumph at Senoia
Friends of the Dream 40
  1. Michael Page
  2. Tom Maddox
  3. T.J. Reaid
  4. Casey Roberts
  5. Joe Armistead Jr.
  6. Jeff Smith
  7. Clint Smith
  8. Dennis Franklin
  9. Ryan Crane
  10. Brian Ligon
  11. Glenn Morris
  12. Glenn Elliott
  13. Jimmy Sharpe Jr.
  14. Shane Fulcher
  15. Mason Massey
  16. Lamar Haygood
  17. Russell Brown Jr.
  18. Thomas Newborn
  19. Austin Horton
  20. Joey Armistead
  21. Dylan Knowles
  22. Zach Leonhardi
  23. Jayce Southwell
  24. Dillon Wood
  25. Kenny Collins
  26. Ricky Williams
  27. Bobby Mills
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Michael Page won his first career Ultimate Super Late Model Series victory.
What won the race: Polesitter Michael Page of Douglasville, Ga., notched his first career Ultimate Super Late Model Series victory in Friends of the Dream 40, keeping fourth-starting Tom Maddox in check by 0.815 seconds at Senoia Raceway for a $3,000 payoff. Page picked up an extra $2,000 in money posted by sponsors and fans.
Key notes: Page is the fifth first-time winner with the Ultimate tour this season and the third in a row. ... With rain in the area track officials decided to start all 27 cars in the feature. ... Thirteen drivers completed all 40 laps. ... Zen Windows sponsored the night's racing. ... Ultimate closes August with a busy stretch of five events in 10 days from Aug. 18-27.
On the move: Points leader Dennis Franklin of Gaffney, S.C., started 14th and improved eight positions.
Winner's sponsors: Page's No. 18 is sponsored by M&M Truck and Trailer Repair, C&S Auto Electric and T&T Trucking.
Points chase: Franklin had a four-point edge over Kenny Collins of Colbert, Ga., entering Senoia.
Car count: 27
Fast qualifier: MichaelĀ Page
Time: 14.747 seconds
Polesitter: MichaelĀ Page
Next series race: August 18, Volunteer Speedway (Bulls Gap, TN) $12,000
Editor's note: Results and race details are unofficial.
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