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September 1
Greenville Speedway,
Greenville, MS
Sanction: Comp Cams Super Dirt Series - $2,500
Information provided by: Series reports (last updated September 2, 2:13 pm)
Palasini claims first Comp Cams victory
  1. Mike Palasini Jr.
  2. Jack Sullivan
  3. B.J. Robinson
  4. Rick Rickman
  5. Brian Rickman
  6. Hunter Rasdon
  7. Jon Mitchell
  8. Tanner Kellick
  9. Chad Mallett
  10. Christopher Reid
  11. Seth Reed
  12. Derrick Nichols
  13. Justin Paxton
  14. Richard Sanders
  15. Clay Fisher
  16. Brad Couch
  17. Lynn Beach
  18. Neil Baggett
  19. Bubba Harrison
  20. David Payne
  21. Jerry Inmon
  22. Charlie Cole
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Tommy Best/Best Photography
Mike Palasini Jr. won his first career Comp Cams feature.
What won the race: Polesitter Mike Palasini Jr. of Leland, Miss., took the lead from Brian Rickman on lap 10 and led the rest of the way to pick up his first career Comp Cams Super Dirt Series victory Saturday at Greenville Speedway. Palasini finished 2.041 seconds ahead of series leader Jack Sullivan to earn a $2,500 payday in the the first race of a tour doubleheader in Greenville.
Key notes: Brothers Brian and Rick Rickman battled up front early, with Brian leading the first lap and Rick grabbing the lead on lap six. Brian retook the point on lap seven and held it until Palasini took over on lap 10. ... Track lighting problems delayed the night's action. ... Hall of Famer Jerry Inmon made a guest appearance in the Super Late Model normally driven by Mark Edwards. ... Engine woes ended David Payne's night prematurely. ... Greenville's Comp Cams doubleheader continues with a Sunday finale on the holiday weekend.
On the move: Runner-up Jack Sullivan of Greenbrier, Ark., earned the Larry Shaw Race Cars Hard Charger honors.
Winner's sponsors: Mike Palasini Jr. drives the Doug Showah-owned No. D8 sponsored by L&L Flying Service, Creel Law Firm, Lakeway Sporting Goods and X-treme Graphics.
Points chase: Entering the weekend, Jack Sullivan (2,399) of Greenbrier, Ark., led Hunter Rasdon (2,253), B.J. Robinson (2,243), Gavin Landers (2,112) and Tanner Kellick (1981).
Car count: 23
Fast qualifier: Rick Rickman
Time: 14.935 seconds
Polesitter: Mike Palasini Jr.
Heat race winners: Mike Palasini Jr., Brian Rickman, Rick Rickman
Next series race: September 2, Greenville Speedway (Greenville, MS) $2,000
Editor's note: Results and race details are unofficial.
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