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May 25
311 Motor Speedway,
Pine Hall, NC
Sanction: Fastrak Racing Series (Bill Hicks Sr. Memorial) - $2,000
Information provided by: Series and track reports (last updated May 28, 8:42 am)
Bailes earns $2,000 in Bill Hicks Memorial
Bill Hicks Sr. Memorial
  1. Ross Bailes
  2. Logan Roberson
  3. Benji Hicks
  4. Matthew Nance
  5. Josh Henry
  6. Corey Almond
  7. Bob Robertson
  8. Dale Moore
  9. Tyler Arrington
  10. Tristan Clawson
  11. Bryan Adams
  12. Brandon Umberger
  13. Terry Cregger
  14. Teddy Tate
  15. Luke Fleming
  16. Chris Chandler
  17. Shane Greco
  18. Randy Kinder
  19. Cole Apple
  20. Justin Wofford
  21. Dustin Ferguson
  22. Brett Hamm
  23. Darrell Dow
  24. Michael Bland
  25. Mitchell Coble
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Ross Bailes gets up to speed before his victory at 311.
What won the race: With a late-race caution setting up a four-lap shootout to the finish, Ross Bailes of Clover, S.C., bested Logan Roberson of Waynesboro, Va., for a $2,000 Fastrak Racing Series victory at 311 Motor Speedway.
Key notes: Bailes scored his second Fastrak victory of the 2018 season; his first came at Virginia Motor Speedway on April 14. … A brief rain delayed interrupted qualifying. ... An eight-car pileup ensured on a lap-12 restart when Darrell Dow's machine lost power. ... Fifteen drivers completed the 40-lap distance. ... Bailes became the tour’s first repeat winner this season. … Friday’s race was the first in the 14th annual FASTRAK Triple Crown. Series competitors will travel to Princeton Speedway Saturday and Wythe Raceway in Rural Retreat, Va., for Sunday’s finale. … The race is in honor of the late Bill Hicks Sr., who passed away after suffering a heart attack at 311 Speedway 26 years ago. ... The race was on the undercard for a $4,000-to-win Ultimate Southeast Series event won by Benji Hicks of Mount Airy, N.C., the grandson of Bill Hicks; Hicks finished third in the Fastrak feature.
Winner's sponsors: Bailes's Billy Hicks-owned Longhorn Chassis carries sponsorship from H&H Auto Sales, Bailes Construction, AKW Electrical Contractors and FK Rod Ends.
Points chase: Entering Friday's event, Matthew Nance, of Ronda, N.C., topped the series standings over Kenny Peeples, Ross Bailes, Travis Pennington and Brad Casey.
Car count: 32
Fast qualifier: Dale Moore
Time: 17.703 seconds
Polesitter: Dale Moore
Heat race winners: Logan Roberson, Ross Bailes, Benji Hicks, Brett Hamm
Next series race: June 2, Toccoa Raceway (Toccoa, GA) $2,000
Editor's note: Results and race details are unofficial.
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