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March 30
Timberline Speedway,
Corley, TX
Sanction: Comp Cams Super Dirt Series - $2,000
Information provided by: Series and track reports (last updated March 31, 11:50 am)
Dillard claims first Comp Cams win in Texas
  1. Cade Dillard
  2. Tyler Erb
  3. Jack Sullivan
  4. Tanner Kellick
  5. Morgan Bagley
  6. B.J. Robinson
  7. Hunter Rasdon
  8. Kyle Beard
  9. Gavin Landers
  10. Robby Moore
  11. Austin Theiss
  12. Robert Baker
  13. Terry Phillips
  14. Jon Mitchell
  15. Billy Moyer Jr.
  16. Patrik Daniel
  17. Jesse Stovall
  18. Zach McMillan
  19. Rick Duke
  20. Chandler Petty
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Woody Hampton
Cade Dillard steers toward a $2,000 payday at Timberline Speedway.
What won the race: Cade Dillard of Robeline, La., continued his emergence on the Dirt Late Model scene in 2018, scoring his first-ever Comp Cams Super Dirt Series triumph in the tour's Friday stop at Timberline Speedway. The 26-year-old took the lead from World of Outlaws Craftsman Late Model Series regular Tyler Erb on the 15th lap and raced to a $2,000 payday.
Key notes: Dillard registered his second Dirt Late Model triumph of the young season. He previously won the inaugural Louisiana Late Model Series event on March 3 at Chatham (La.) Speedway. ... Polesitter Hunter Rasdon led two laps while runner-up Tyler Erb led laps 3-14. ... Comp Cams points leader Jack Sullivan finished third. ... The race kicked off a Comp Cams Series doubleheader in Texas. ... It was the tour’s seventh visit to the Timberline bullring. Sullivan topped the tour's lone appearance at the track in 2017. … Gavin Landers entered in a Longhorn Chassis that just returned from repairs in North Carolina after suffering damage in a grinding wreck the previous weekend. He finished ninth. ... Five drivers have declared their intention to compete for the tour’s Midwest Sheet Metal Rookie of the Year honors: Robby Moore, Austin Theiss, Tanner Kellick, Travis Ashley and Jake Davis.
On the move: B.J. Robinson of Haughton, La., won Larry Shaw Race Cars Hard Charger honors for his 19th-to-sixth run.
Winner's sponsors: Dillard’s MB Customs Race Car is powered by ASI Racing Engines and sponsored by S&S Fishing and Rental, Nichols Home Decor, Joel’s Auto Sales, Awalt Hot Oil Service, Bryan Cook Trucks, Jody’s Oil Field Service, Moran Trucking, Production Jars, Scotty Carnline Electric, The Comeauxs and Turner Kutrite.
Points chase: Entering the weekend, Jack Sullivan (369 points) led Robert Baker (359) and B.J. Robinson (335).
Car count: 24
Fast qualifier: Billy Moyer Jr.
Polesitter: Hunter Rasdon
Heat race winners: Hunter Rasdon, Jesse Stovall, Tyler Erb, Jack Sullivan
Consolation race winners: Terry Phillips
Next series race: March 31, Lone Star Speedway (Kilgore, TX) $3,110
Editor's note: Results and race details are unofficial.
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