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October 15
Whynot Motorsports Park,
Meridian, MS
Sanction: Mississippi State Championship Challenge Series (Mississippi State Championship) - $2,000
Information provided by: Track and series reports (last updated October 19, 11:25 am)
Texan adds Whynot victory to MSCCS slate
Mississippi State Championship
  1. Tyler Erb
  2. Chad Thrash
  3. Garrett Alberson
  4. Chris Wall
  5. David Breazeale
  6. Eric Cooley
  7. Rick Rickman
  8. Brian Rickman
  9. B.J. Robinson
  10. Shay Knight
  11. Kevin Dupont
  12. Dean Carpenter
  13. Jamie Tollison
  14. Chris McElhenney
  15. Brett White
  16. Billy Franklin
  17. Austin Arnold
  18. Scott Abraham
  19. Terry Mosley
  20. Austin Rettig
  21. Allen Tippen
  22. Jason Cliburn
  23. Mark Dodson
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What won the race: Continuing his assault on Mississippi, Tyler Erb of New Waverly, Texas, won his second straight MSCCS event, earning $2,000 in Whynot Motorsports Park's Mississippi State Championship. Erb, who started the weekend in Ohio but left after prelims for the DTWC, also picked up $10,000 two weeks earlier in MSCC's Gumbo Nationals at Greenville Speedway.
Quotable: “It was a pretty wild weekend, and I never would’ve thought Saturday night would find us in Mississippi — much less in victory lane there,” Erb said. “Our car was really good, and hopefully we can come back here next week and leave with $15,000.”
Key notes: The non-points event was makeup of a Sept. 17 rainout. ... Along with MSCCS entries, the event concluded Sept. 16 preliminaries of the original Mississippi State Championship weekend. ... The race precedes Whynot's big Coors Light Fall Classic, a $15,000-to-win Super Late Model event scheduled for Oct. 20-22.
Winner's sponsors: Erb's XR1 Rocket Chassis is sponsored by First Class Septic, ShowTime Signs, Litton Motorsports, Performance Race Engineering, JD's Body Works, Day Motorsports, Hwy 105 Machine, Team 5 Enterprise and J&J Motorsports.
Points chase: The points chase has been concluded with Brian Rickman of Columbus, Miss., securing the MSCCS title.
Car count: 24
Next series race: November 5, Jackson Motor Speedway (Byram, MS) $5,000
Editor's note: Results and race details are unofficial.
 
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