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June 10
Whynot Motorsports Park,
Meridian, MS
Sanction: Mississippi State Championship Challenge Series - $2,500
Information provided by: Series and track reports (last updated June 13, 7:13 am)
Rickman rolls to MSCCS victory at Whynot
  1. Brian Rickman
  2. Chad Thrash
  3. Garrett Alberson
  4. David Breazeale
  5. Hunter Rasdon
  6. Rick Rickman
  7. Jamie Tollison
  8. Chris Wall
  9. Eric Cooley
  10. Nick Thrash
  11. Tommy Surrett
  12. Dean Carpenter
  13. Howard Means
  14. Keith Miller
  15. Doug Sanchagrin
  16. Shelby Sheedy
  17. Austin Arnold
  18. Billy Franklin
  19. Marty Hardy
  20. Dane Dacus
  21. Mark Dodson
  22. Chandler Petty
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Brian Rickman picked up a $2,500 MSCCS win at Whynot.
What won the race: Defending Mississippi State Championship Challenge Series champion Brian Rickman of Columbus, Miss., picked up his first series victory since 2015, pocketing $2,500 at Whynot Motorsports Park.
Key notes: Brian Rickman, who has four career MSCCS triumphs, last won with the tour on June 20, 2015. ... Stepping out of his semi-retirement, Chris Wall of Springfield, La., finished eighth. ... This was the second of four series appearances at the Rodney Wing-promoted oval. ... Fourth-place finisher David Breazeale of Four Corners, Miss., won the previous MSCCS stop at Whynot on May 6. ... Future series stops are set for Aug. 5 and Sept. 16. ... The MSCCS tour will set idle for nearly a month before returning to action on July 8 at Pike County Speedway.
On the move: Jamie Tollison of Koscuisko, Miss., improved seven positions to finish seventh.
Winner's sponsors: Rickman's Rocket Chassis is powered by a Jay Dickens engine and sponsored by Advanced Logistics, 1250 Package Store, Rickman Brothers Trucking and McKleroy Motorports.
Points chase: Runner-up Chad Thrash of Meridian, Miss., is the MSCCS points leader.
Car count: 28
Fast qualifier: David Breazeale
Time: 13.510 seconds
Polesitter: David Breazeale
Dash winner: David Breazeale
Consolation race winners: Hunter Rasdon, Chandler Petty
Next series race: July 8, Pike County Speedway (Magnolia, MS) $2,500
Editor's note: Results and race details are unofficial.
 
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