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July 21
Greenville Speedway,
Greenville, MS
Sanction: Mississippi State Championship Challenge Series (Midsummer Championship) - $2,000
Information provided by: Series reports (last updated July 22, 5:02 pm)
Breazeale wins Greenville opener at MSCCS
Midsummer Championship
  1. David Breazeale
  2. Chad Thrash
  3. Brian Rickman
  4. Michael Arnold
  5. Garrett Alberson
  6. Chandler Petty
  7. Rick Rickman
  8. Billy Franklin
  9. Dean Carpenter
  10. Nick Thrash
  11. Justin Paxton
  12. Bubba Harrison
  13. Doug Sanchagrin
  14. Brent Barrett
  15. Shelby Sheedy
  16. Christopher Showah
  17. Mark Dotson
  18. Mike Palasini Jr.
presented by
Tommy Best/Best Photography
David Breazeale captured his second MSCCS victory of 2017.
What won the race: David Breazeale won Friday's MSCCS weekend opener at Greenville Speedway for his second tour victory of the season and 32nd of his career. Breazeale earned $2,000 in taking the checkers ahead ahead of series points leader Chad Thrash and Brian Rickman in the Midsummer Championship.
Key notes: Saturday concludes an MSCCS doubleheader at Greenville. ... Breazeale won his second MSCCS feature of the season, with his previous coming May 6 at Whynot Motorsports Park in Meridian, Miss. ... Prior to Friday's action, the series had been idle since June 10, when Brian Rickman won at Whynot. ... Greenville also hosts the $10,000-to-win Gumbo Nationals on Oct. 6-7, which serves as the MSCCS finale.
Winner's sponsors: Breazeale’s Barry Wright Race Car is sponsored by Franklin Enterprises, Johnson Sawmill, Mann Logging, Johnson Trcuking and Franklin Fence & Erosion Control.
Points chase: Entering the weekend, Chad Thrash had 1,030 points to lead Dean Carpenter (920), Brian Rickman (890) and Rick Rickman (840).
Car count: 18
Next series race: July 22, Greenville Speedway (Greenville, MS) $2,500
Editor's note: Results and race details are unofficial.
 
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