Sanction: Southern Outlaw Late Model Series - $1,000
Information provided by: Series reports (last updated May 9, 7:51 am)
Long collects Chatham's $1,000 SOLMS payday
- Hank Long
- Rick Hearnsberger
- Rob Powell
- Casey Hobson
- Randall Griffin
- John Polasini
- Jason Cowan
- Roy Long
- Lance Carroll
- Johnny Wise
- Scotty Freeman
- Eddie Hoyer
- Wesley Wise
- Zach Oliver
- Matt Cardenas
- Doug Bramlett
- Austin Trichell
What won the race: Starting from the outside front row, Hank Long of Stillwell, Okla., led flag-to-flag for a 25-lap victory in the Southern Outlaw Late Model Series race at Chatham Speedway. Long earned $1,000 for his victory.
Key notes: The race went caution free. ... The win was Long's second series victory of the season. He won at Batesville (Ark.) Motor Speedway on March 31. ... It marked Long's fifth career SOLMS victory, which ranks second all-time on the fourth-year series. ... Doug Bramlett of Clinton, Ark., won the first heat race but had trouble in the feature and finished 16th. ... Randall Griffin of Leslie, Ark., is the only driver with a top-five finish in each of the first three series events. He has a pair of third-place finishes and a fifth. … Rick Hearnsberger of Arkadelphia, Ark., backed up his April 15 win with a runner-up finish. ... Friday’s series race at Batesville (Ark.) Motor Speedway was rained out and reset for May 12.
On the move: John Polasini of Leland, Miss., finished sixth after starting ninth, earning A+One Services Hard Charger honors.
Winner's sponsors: Long's Victory Circle carries a Parker Racing Engine and sponsorship from Long's Backhoe Service.
Car count: 17
Heat race winners: Doug Bramlett, Rick Hearnsberger, Rob Powell
Next series race: June 30, Batesville Motor Speedway (Locust Grove, AR) $750
Editor's note: Results and race details are unofficial.