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January 27
Bubba Raceway Park,
Ocala, FL
Sanction: Crate Racin’ USA Winter Series (Bubba Army Winter Nationals) - $2,000
Information provided by: Series and track reports (last updated January 28, 5:57 am)
Perry claims NeSmith Winter Shootout win
Bubba Army Winter Nationals
  1. Jamie Perry
  2. Victor Lee
  3. Brandon Sheppard
  4. Devin Dixon
  5. Kyle Bronson
  6. Mike Pegher Jr.
  7. Doug Horton
  8. Tyler Clem
  9. Max Blair
  10. Dennis Franklin
  11. Mark Whitener
  12. Jake Teague
  13. Tyler Bare
  14. Hudson O'Neal
  15. Jeff Mathews
  16. Justin Williams
  17. Logan Roberson
  18. Colton Horner
  19. Trent Ivey
  20. Ronnie Johnson
  21. Ivedent Lloyd Jr.
  22. Austin Burns
  23. Pierce McCarter
  24. Walker Arthur
presented by
Zach Yost
Jamie Perry picked up the trophy and checkers in Ocala, Fla.
What won the race: Starting from the second row, Jamie Perry of Ringgold, Ga., overtook front-row starters Devin Dixon and Mark Whitener and went on to win the second night of the Bubba Army Winter Nationals. Perry took the lead from Dixon on the 20th of 40 laps and earned $2,000 for the NeSmith Winter Shootout Crate Late Model victory.
Quotable: “I was trying to save a little bit for the end, thinking it would turn out like it did last night, take rubber, and I was trying to save, save, save,” said Perry. “And the next thing you know I was pretty fast, a little bit faster than everybody else.”
Key notes: Brandon Sheppard of New Berlin, Ill., won Thursday's opener behind the wheel of Marc Sallack’s Rocket, what is essentially a sister car to Sheppard’s Rocket Chassis house car. … Looking for his fifth consecutive top-two finish in NeSmith Winter Shootout action at the egg-shaped Ocala track, Kyle Bronson of Brandon, Fla., settled for fifth. … Starting deep in the field, series points leader Ronnie Johnson of Chattanooga, Tenn., wasn't able to pull off his third straight top-five finish, instead finishing 20th, one lap down. ... Colton Horner, 13, of Katy, Texas, finished 18th, the last car on the lead lap. ... Points accumulated during Thursday's and Friday's events will determine Saturday's 12-car last chance race, from which the top two finishers will start 23rd and 24th in the 100-lapper.
On the move: Justin Williams of Shipman, Va., started 23rd and finished 16th.
Winner's sponsors: Perry's Powell Motorsports Longhorn Chassis carries sponsorship from Mark Heatherly Construction, Cotton's Service Center, Secoa Technology and Outlaw Graphics.
Points chase: Ronnie Johnson was the points leader after two races in NeSmith's winter miniseries.
Car count: 44
Fast qualifier: Devin Dixon
Time: 15.206 seconds
Polesitter: Devin Dixon
Consolation race winners: Kyle Bronson, Dennis Franklin, Brandon Sheppard
Next series race: January 28, Bubba Raceway Park (Ocala, FL) $10,000
Editor's note: Results and race details are unofficial.

Feature lineup

Row 1: Dixon, Whitener
Row 2: Perry, Lee
Row 3: Horton, Ivey
Row 4: Bronson, Franklin
Row 5: Sheppard, Pegher Jr.
Row 6: Clem, Matthews
Row 7: Blair, Bare
Row 8: Roberson, Teague
Row 9: O’Neal, Lloyd
Row 10: McCarter, Horner
Row 11: Arthur, Johnson
Row 12: Williams, Burns  
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