Jackson Motor Speedway,
Sanction: Comp Cams Super Dirt Series (Cooper’s Country Meat Packers All American 60) - $6,000
Information provided by: Series and track reports (last updated November 5, 10:14 am)
Dacus tops Rasdon, ends Comp Cams drought
Cooper’s Country Meat Packers All American 60
- Dane Dacus
- Hunter Rasdon
- Jack Sullivan
- B.J. Robinson
- Gavin Landers
- Ashley Newman
- J.T. Seawright
- Tommy Surrett
- Clay Fisher
- Sam Seawright
- Patrik Daniel
- Nathan Brown
- Tanner Kellick
- Doug Showah
- David Payne
- Wesley Greene
- Brett White
- Doug Sanchagrin
- Mike Myers
- Scott Crigler
- Jamie Elam
- Scott Adams
Dane Dacus enjoys victory lane at Jackson with his son Chase.
What won the race: Winning his first Comp Cams Series race since July 25, 2015, Dane Dacus of Lakeland, Tenn., picked up a $6,000 victory in Saturday’s Cooper’s Country Meat Packers All American 60 at Jackson Motor Speedway. Dacus reclaimed the lead on lap 24 and paced the remaining 36 circuits, winning ahead of Hunter Rasdon and Jack Sullivan.
Quotable: “The racetrack was good. The track guys did an awesome job,” said race winner Dane Dacus. “Hat’s off to Jack (Sullivan) he raced us really nice, really clean. I just got in a rhythm and just slowed the pace down too much. I didn’t have anybody signaling me, so we just … I played it too safe on that. Jack passed me, told me to pick it up, so we ended up … everything worked out good.”
Key notes: Dacus surrendered the lead on lap 15, but was able to rebound nine laps later to regain the top spot. ... It was his second All American 60 victory. ... Dacus’s previous Comp Cams wins came at Camden (Tenn.) Speedway (’15); Malden (Mo.) Speedway (’10); and Poinsett County Raceway in Harrisburg, Ark. (’07-’08). … Dacus was able to pull away late and won by 0.946 seconds over Rasdon. ... Polesitter J.T. Seawright led the first five laps while Dacus led laps 6-14. ... Jack Sullivan led laps 15-23 before Dacus regained command. ... Twelve of the 22 starters completed all 60 circuits. … The tour wraps up its season Nov. 24 at Lonestar Speedway in Kilgore, Texas.
On the move: Runner-up Hunter Rasdon of Jonesboro, Ark., started 11th and earned Larry Shaw Race Cars Hard Charger honors.
Winner's sponsors: Dacus drives a Rocket Chassis powered by a Pro-Tec engine and sponsored by Fair Oaks Ranch, O.H. Hendricks Race Metal and Big Daddy's Garage.
Points chase: Jack Sullivan of Greenbrier, Ark., has wrapped up his fourth-straight series title.
Car count: 25
Fast qualifier: Clay Fisher
Time: 17.271 seconds
Polesitter: J.T. Seawright
Heat race winners: J.T. Seawright, Tommy Surrett, Jack Sullivan, Dane Dacus
Consolation race winners: Mike Palasini Jr.
Next series race: November 24, Lone Star Speedway (Kilgore, TX) $5,000
Editor's note: Results and race details are unofficial.