Sanction: Mississippi State Championship Challenge Series - $2,000
Information provided by: Series reports (last updated August 25, 3:43 pm)
Breazeale picks up MSCCS win at Hattiesburg
- David Breazeale
- Michael Arnold
- Dean Carpenter
- Spencer Hughes
- Rick Rickman
- Neil Baggett
- Robbie Stuart
- Chad Thrash
- Shay Knight
- Riley Brown
- Brett White
- Shelby Sheedy
- Brian Rickman
What won the race: Leading all 30 laps, polesitter David Breazeale of Four Corners, Miss., picked up his first MSCCS victory of the season Friday night at Hattiesburg. Breazeale topped Michael Arnold in winning $2,000.
Key notes: The win was the first feature victory of the season for Breazeale, a World of Outlaws Craftsman Late Model Series rookie-of-the-year contender, who took advantage of the WoO off weekend to compete closer to home. … Breazeale started fourth in the dash and won it to earn the pole position for the feature. … It was his 35th career MSCCS win. … His last series win came Aug. 26, 2017 at Magnolia Motor Speedway in Columbus, Miss. … Hattiesburg hosted the Mississippi tour for the 26th time in series history and the fourth and final time this season. … Brezaeale joined Michael Arnold, Neil Baggett and Chad Thrash as series winners at Hattiesburg this season.
Winner's sponsors: David Breazeale’s Billy Franklin-owned Rocket Chassis is powered by Jay Dickens Racing Engines and is sponsored by Franklin Enterprises, Franklin Fence & Erosion Control, Good Hope Land and Timber, Showtime Properties, Jerry Mann Logging, Queen City Appraisals, Washington Trucking, Wayne Beckwith Forestry Service and Base Race Fuels.
Points chase: After Hattiesburg, Neil Baggett (1,950) of Columbus, Miss., leads Chad Thrash (1,905), Brian Rickman (1,860), Rick Rickman (1,815) and Shay Knight (1,355).
Car count: 13
Fast qualifier: Michael Arnold
Polesitter: David Breazeale
Dash winner: David Breazeale
Next series race: August 25, Magnolia Motor Speedway (Columbus, MS) $2,500
Editor's note: Results and race details are unofficial.