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Daily Dirt 03/02/2021 04:51:06

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March 24
Whynot Motorsports Park,
Meridian, MS
Sanction: Mississippi State Championship Challenge Series - $2,500
Information provided by: Series reports (last updated March 26, 5:42 pm)
Erb outruns Thrash for Whynot victory
  1. Tyler Erb
  2. Chad Thrash
  3. Brian Rickman
  4. Rusty Schlenk
  5. Rick Rickman
  6. Neil Baggett
  7. Zach McMillan
  8. Spencer Hughes
  9. Shay Knight
  10. Chris McElhenney
  11. David Breazeale
  12. Tanner English
  13. Michael Arnold
  14. Tommy Surrett
  15. Chris Smith
  16. Billy Franklin
  17. Doug Sanchagrin
  18. Trey Beene
  19. Tyler Millwood
  20. Clay Fisher
  21. Dean Carpenter
  22. Allen Murray
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What won the race: Tyler Erb of New Waverly, Texas, outran fellow front-row starter Chad Thrash on Saturday at Whynot Motorsports Park for his second Mississippi State Championship Challenge Series victory of the season. Erb won by 2.051 seconds over Thrash for a $2,500 payday.
Quotable: “The past year or so the state of Mississippi has been really good to me,” said Erb. “We came up a little bit short at Columbus (Speedway) on Friday night, but at Whynot we had a great car and we were able to get another ‘W.’ I want to thank my family, my crew, my sponsors, and all of my fans for continuing to support my racing program.”
Key notes: Erb has five career MSCCS victories, including 2018's season opener at Jackson Motor Speedway. ... Thirteen drivers complete 40 laps at Whynot. ... The race had two cautions for slowing cars: Dean Carpenter on Lap 31 and Clay Fisher on lap 32. ... Ohio invader Rusty Schlenk, who won Friday at Columbus (Miss.) Speedway for his first career MSCCS victory, finished fourth. ... Erb, Schlenk, David Breazeale and Tyler Millwood were prospective World of Outlaws Craftsman Late Model Series regulars who entered the event in preparation for Whynot's WoO weekend on April 20-21.
On the move: Rick Rickman of Columbus, Miss., started ninth and finished fifth.
Winner's sponsors: Erb’s Rocket Chassis is powered by a Clements Racing Engine and sponsored by First Class Septic, New Point Lighting and Design, Day Motorsports, Champion, JD's Body Works and Keyser Mfg.
Points chase: Tyler Erb, a World of Outlaws Craftsman Late Model Series regular, leads MSCCS points after three series events.
Car count: 26
Fast qualifier: Tanner English
Time: 12.658 seconds
Polesitter: Chad Thrash
Dash winner: Chad Thrash
Consolation race winners: Rick Rickman, Spencer Hughes
Provisional starters: Tommy Surrett, Trey Beene
Next series race: March 31, Magnolia Motor Speedway (Columbus, MS) $2,500
Editor's note: Results and race details are unofficial.

Feature lineup

Row 1: Thrash, Erb
Row 2: Millwood, English
Row 3: B. Rickman, Schlenk
Row 4: Knight, Arnold
Row 5: R. Rickman, Hughes
Row 6: Baggett, Carpenter
Row 7: Breazeale, McElhenney
Row 8: McMillan, Franklin
Row 9: Murray, Smith
Row 10: Fisher, Sanchagrin
Row 11: Surrett, Beene

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