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June 10
Talladega Short Track,
Eastaboga, AL
Sanction: Southern All Star Series (B.J. Parker Memorial) - $4,200
Information provided by: Series and track reports (last updated June 11, 10:38 am)
Hiett takes B.J. Parker Memorial at Talladega
B.J. Parker Memorial
  1. Jason Hiett
  2. Dallas Cooper
  3. Tim Roszell
  4. Austin Horton
  5. Tim Busha
  6. Todd Morrow
  7. Josh Adkins
  8. Riley Hickman
  9. T.J. Reaid
  10. Chris Noah
  11. Terry Smith
  12. Eric Hickerson
  13. Cruz Skinner
  14. Tristan Sealy
  15. Heath Hindman
  16. Joseph Faulkner
  17. Dusty Carver
  18. Dillon Crim
  19. Jason Lively
  20. Jeff Johns
  21. Trey Wood
  22. Matt Perry
  23. Oliver Gentry
  24. Jimmy Elkins
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What won the race: Polesitter Jason Hiett of Oxford, Ala., raced to victory in the 42-lap B.J. Parker Memorial at Talladega Short Track, earning $4,200. Hiett topped Dallas Cooper and Tim Roszell in the Southern All Star Series event.
Quotable: "I kinda knew if I stayed around that lapped car, there really wasn't no where for (runner-up Dallas Cooper) to go but to run over me and I know Dallas pretty good and he don't race like that," said Hiett. "I just kinda held my own and didn't want to push my luck there."
Key notes: Each of Hiett's two SAS triumphs have come at TST; he also won at the track during NASCAR weekend in April 2016. ... The 42-lap, $4,200-to-win race honored the founder of the Southern All Star Dirt Racing Series, with an ode to his familiar No. 42. ... Parker started the Southern All Stars Dirt Racing Series in 1983. The series, now in its 34th season, is the longest, continuously operated dirt racing series in the country. ... Two more SAS events are scheduled for TST on Aug. 12 and Oct. 14.
Winner's sponsors: Hiett’s Capital Race Car is powered by a Vinson Race Engine and sponsored by Freestyle Graphics, Phillips Properties, Austin Trucking and NSC Mechanical.
Points chase: Fourth-place Austin Horton led the SAS standings entering Saturday's race.
Car count: 24
Fast qualifier: JasonĀ Hiett
Time: 13.767 seconds
Polesitter: JasonĀ Hiett
Next series race: June 17, Smoky Mountain Speedway (Maryville, TN) $5,000
Editor's note: Results and race details are unofficial.
 
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