Sanction: Comp Cams Super Dirt Series - $2,500
Information provided by: Series reports (last updated September 5, 1:18 pm)
Rasdon edges Robinson for fifth Comp Cams win
- Hunter Rasdon
- B.J. Robinson
- Jack Sullivan
- Clay Fisher
- Ray Moore
- Tommy Surrett
- Jonathan Rowan
- Kyle Beard
- Allen Tippen
- Dean Carpenter
- Mason Oberkramer
- Scott Abraham
- Duke Palasini
- Chandler Petty
- Zach Edwards
- Chris McElhenney
- Bubba Harrison
- David Payne
B.J. Robinson (1) tries to fight off Hunter Rasdon (R5) at Greenville.
What won the race: Series points leader Hunter Rasdon of Jonesboro, Ark., overtook polesitter B.J. Robinson with three laps to go Sunday at Greenville Speedway for his series-leading fifth Comp Cams Super Dirt Series victory of the season.
Key notes: A dozen drivers completed 35 laps. ... Chandler Petty was running second when power steering woes forced him out on lap 25. ... Kyle Beard's team swapped transmissions before the feature. ... Jack Sullivan was leading the fourth heat but a broken oil pump belt forced him out, but he rallied to finish third in the consy and then third in the feature. ... Greenville concluded a three-race Labor Day weekend for Comp Cams drivers. ... Eric Cooley (Friday at Crowley's Ridge) and Allen Tippen (Saturday at Riverside) each earned their first career series victories.
On the move: Jack Sullivan of Greenbrier, Ark. was leading the fourth heat but a broken oil pump belt forced him out. He rallied to finish third in the consy and then third in the feature.
Winner's sponsors: Rasdon's Black Diamond Chassis is powered by a Jay Dickens-built engine and carries sponsorship from Brown Brothers Farms, Baker Welman Brown Insurance and Financial Services, Case Baker Implement, Agrigold, JigEsigns, Keyser Mfg. and All-Star Perfomance.
Points chase: Rasdon expanded his series points lead over Kyle Beard and Sullivan.
Car count: 26
Fast qualifier: B.J. Robinson
Time: 14.228 seconds
Polesitter: B.J. Robinson
Heat race winners: B.J. Robinson, Chandler Petty, Hunter Rasdon, Jonathan Rowan
Consolation race winners: Dean Carpenter
Next series race: October 7, Lucas Oil Speedway (Wheatland, MO) $3,000
Editor's note: Series officials reversed an initial disqualification of Duke Palasini.