- Brian Rickman
- Rick Rickman
- Neil Baggett
- Michael Arnold
- Manny Falcon
- Chad Thrash
- Spencer Hughes
- Kevin Maher
- Joseph Joiner
- Billy Franklin
- Daniel Miller
- Chris McElhenney
- Brandon Overton
- Shay Knight
- Russell Flynn
- DG Hawkins
- Doug Sanchagrin
- Shelby Sheedy
- Todd Jones
- Ken Cartwright
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Sanction: Mississippi State Championship Challenge Series - $3,000
Information provided by: Series and track reports (last updated June 25, 10:21 am)
Brian Rickman nabs $3,000 MSCCS victory
David Kranak/Impact Zone Photos
Brian Rickman earned $3,000 in the tour's debut at Tri-County.
What won the race: Taking an early lead, polesitter Brian Rickman of Columbus, Miss., outran brother Rick Rickman for a $3,000 Mississippi State Championship Challenge Series victory at Tri-County Speedway.
Key notes: Rickman scored his seventh career MSCCS victory, his first of the 2018 season. … Rickman joins third-place finisher Neil Baggett as the only drivers to ever score victories at the brand new Tri-County Speedway. … Brandon Overton piloted a Billy Franklin-owned entry. ... The series made the first of two scheduled stops at Sri-County on the 2018 season. Tour competitors will return to the Pollard, Ala., oval on Aug. 11 for another $3,000-to-win event.
Winner's sponsors: Rickman's Rocket Chassis has a Jay Dickens Racing Engine and is sponsored by Advanced Logistics, 1250 Package Store, Rickman Brothers Trucking and McKleroy Motorports.
Points chase: Entering the weekend, Chad Thrash (870) of Meridian, Miss., led Brian Rickman (855), Neil Baggett (850), Rick Rickman (775) and Michael Arnold (660).
Car count: 21
Fast qualifier: Brian Rickman
Time: 12.545 seconds
Dash winner: Brian Rickman
Consolation race winners: Manny Falcon, Daniel Miller
Next series race: July 21, Greenville Speedway (Greenville, MS) $2,500
Editor's note: Results and race details are unofficial.