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Daily Dirt 07/15/2020 07:34:48

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July 3
Cochran Motor Speedway,
Cochran, GA
Sanction: National Late Model Super Car Series (Georgia Showdown) - $3,000
Information provided by: Various reports (last updated July 4, 7:29 am)
Last-lap pass lifts Fitzgerald at Cochran
Georgia Showdown
  1. Jason Fitzgerald
  2. Jimmy Sharpe Jr.
  3. Dalton Cook
  4. Jordy Nipper
  5. Terrance Nowell
  6. John Kellum
  7. Mark Whitener
  8. Thomas Lewis
  9. Tyler Crowder
  10. Joseph Brown
  11. Wil Herrington
  12. Ricky Culpepper
  13. Bob Robertson
  14. Jeremy Faircloth
  15. Cole Exum
  16. J.R. Moseley
  17. Josh Bishop
  18. Chad Tuten
  19. Brand Lewis
  20. Cecil Eunice
  21. Nevin Gainey
  22. Rhett Carter
  23. Garrett Lloyd
  24. Travis Pennington
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What won the race: Jason Fitzgerald of Middleburg, Fla., slipped by Jimmy Sharpe Jr. of Soperton, Ga., as they raced to the stripe on the final lap to win Monday's fourth annual Georgia Showdown with the Southern Thunder Late Model Series at Cochran Motor Speedway. Fitzgerald's last-lap pass netted him $3,000.
Quotable: “Luckily we just got racing hard and it worked out for me this time,” Fitzgerald said. “We all was right there together and I kinda seen where Dalton (Cook) was gonna try to drive in there and get a run on (Sharpe), which is the same thing I would have done. Basically if I didn’t overshoot the corner I had a chance, and that’s just what we did. We just slowed down and stayed in the bottom and got a little bit of a better run off than they did, just because he went in there and was sliding a little bit.”
Key notes: Fitzgerald, Sharpe and Cook made contact as they crossed the finish line, resulting in the three spinning down the frontstretch. ... Fitzgerald won by .233 of a second. ... Twenty of the 24 starters finished the race, with 19 still running on the lead lap at the end of the 40-lapper. ... Travis Pennington retired after completing only one lap. ... This was the first race of the Southern Thunder’s Summer Shootout Series. … The miniseries continues with East Alabama Motor Speedway’s $2,000-to-win Bama Brawl on July 15 and the $3,000-to-win Summer Sizzler at Needmore Speedway in Norman Park, Ga., on July 22.
Winner's sponsors: Fitzgerald’s James Simons-owned Longhorn Chassis is sponsored by Southway Crane, Mills Concrete and Fitz Factory.
Car count: 32
Fast qualifier: Jimmy Sharpe Jr.
Time: 14.411 seconds
Next series race: July 15, East Alabama Motor Speedway (Phenix City, AL) $2,000
Editor's note: Results and race details are unofficial.
 
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